Airlines Face Pilot Famine 1966

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    Full title reads: "Airlines Face Pilot Famine".

    GV Jet airliner taking off at London Airport. SV On the flight deck showing officers at control.

    CU Trainee in classroom at Hamble, Hampshire. CU Another trainee. GV Classroom. SV Another trainee gets into a Link Trainer. CU Ditto, CU Control of Link Trainer. SV The Link Trainer pan to instructor. CU Instructor. SV The Link Trainer turning round.

    CU Another trainee flying Chipmunk plane. Air view from the Chipmunk. SV Chipmunk comes in and makes bumpy landing. GV Two more trainees get into an Apache aircraft. SV Ditto. GV The Apache aircraft.

    SV On the flight deck of a Trident simulator at Heston. CU The training Captain. CU Trainee at controls. CU Trainee. CU Trainees hand on throttle controls. SV Trainees and Training Captain seated at the sim. SV The simulated air traffic controller watching charts.

    SV A Trident aircraft at Shannon airport, Eire. CU Trainee second officer taking seat on flight deck. CU The trainee putting on headphones. CU Senior training Captain Angus. CU The trainee pushing forward throttle control. LV The Trident taxiing along runway. Travel shot from Trident as it gathers speed. Travel shot as the Trident takes off. SV The trainee at controls. CU Trainees hand on control. Air view from the Trident in flight. CU Captain Angus pan to the trainee. SV Looking over trainees shoulder as Trident approaches runway. LV Pan Trident lands.

    GV Trident at London airport. SV Passengers going aboard. CU Engine. GV Pan Trident takes off.

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