Douglas DC-8 Airliner DVD
This DVD is a collection of six films on the Douglas DC-8 airliner. First flown in 1958, the Douglas DC-8 was a four-engine jet aircraft with six-abreast seating that was built from 1958 to 1972.
Launched after the competing Boeing 707, the DC-8 kept a strong position in the airliner market, and remained in production until 1972 when it began to be superseded by larger wide-body designs, such as the Boeing 747.
Film #1 -
Building the DC-8 - This film was a production of the Douglas Aircraft Co. that covered the building the DC-8 jetliner. Runtime is about 10 minutes.
Film #2 -
Assignment DC-8 - A great film by Delta Airlines on the new DC-8 and all of its amazing luxury features. Runtime is about 17 minutes.
Film #3 -
DC-8 Airline Pilot -A film story about a day in the life of an airline pilot on a DC-8. Runtime is about 17 minutes.
Film #4 -
Plane Talk - A film on modern airliners such as the 707, 727, 737, Dash 880 and of course, the DC-8 and the associated airport activities in America. Runtime is about 22 minutes.
Film #5 -
Jet Wings for Tomorrow - This is a short story by Douglas Aircraft Co. about the advancement of the airline industry from the DC-3 to the DC-8. Runtime is about 13 minutes.
Film #6 -
DC-8 Newsreels - 3 short films. 1st, DC-8 introduced in Paris. 2nd, The cargo DC-8. 3rd, Sound control. Runtime is about 6 minutes.
Total runtime for the Douglas DC-8 Airliner DVD is about 95 minutes. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.