Classic Cockpits - Flying the Avro Lancaster. Powered by four Rolls-Royce Merlin engines and designed to carry more than 20,000 pounds of bombs into the German heartland, the Avro Lancaster bomber wreaked havoc on Hitler's heavy industries during World War II, including the famous "Dam Busters Raid" in May, 1943, that used the revolutionary "bouncing bomb" designed by Dr. Barnes Wallis. Now, you can step into the cockpit of a Lancaster for a thrilling pilot's-eye view of a complete flight, from engine start to shutdown.
Filmed with multiple, high definition, on-board cameras, you'll take to the air just like a Lancaster crewman in World War II, enjoy spectacular air-to-air footage of your flight, listen in to the chatter on the intercom, and even accompany the pilot during the pre-flight inspection!
Run time is about 65 minutes. Widescreen in color. Format is NTSC DVD.