I think the Turkish Airlies movie is your the best movie so far! Not only have have you choosen a very nice airline, but you have also filmed some exciting things, as the passenger cabin, and also a major overview of the overhead panel. An other good thing is that there were alot of details about everything. And also the music was very good too :-) I hope you will keep on the good work. And i look forwad too some more excellent videos. A very happy customer
Jonas Jorgensen, SWEDEN
This is another fantastic production by Just Planes. The in-depth coverage of the inflight service and especially the tricky approach into NRT make this program very unique. The co-pilot does a very good job explaining the non-normal checklists on the 777. After buying almost every 777 program that JustPlanes has to offer, I’m still amazed at the amount of new and interesting facts contained in this program about the mighty triple seven. Once again, great job Just Planes and Turkish Airlines.
Kristof Barocz, CANADA
I first want to start off and welcome Turkish back to the series. It's been along time and I am glad they are back with this impressive production. It's hard to believe that it has been 16 years since Turkish first joined the series with their brand new A340's and featuring a great route to JFK. It's funny, I still have the original VHS video. It's fitting that they are back but this time featuring their brand new 777's.
I can't say enough great things about the Blu-ray quality. It still continues to blow me away! The Turkish crew do a masterful job showcasing this world class airline. From the cockpit crew that kept us informed every step of the way to the award winning in flight service. The various presentations with the chefs on board was really great to see. I love to see taxi footage included in the DVD's and Udo did not disappoint. Loved the footage of IST airport prior to the departure and the crystal clear ATC transmissions. The landing into NRT was covered beautifully and it sure was exciting to watch. Once again, thank you Michel and Udo (The A-team of aviation videos) for bringing us fans this wonderful production that was absolutely amazing. I work for United in IAH and Turkish will start flying here in April 2013 with their 777-300ER, so hopefully I will see some of this particular crew transit through here.
George Alves, USA
George Alves is right on the money regarding the Turkish 777-300ER. In my opinion, all of the DVDs featuring the 777s have been outstanding. I remember when Just Planes released the Air Europe and United DVD, I didn't even have a DVD player - I had to go to my parents apartment to watch them. By the time Just Planes released Air Austral and Kuwait, I had my own DVD player. The Varig 777 and Austrian 777 were my favorite among the Varig and Austrian series. As for the Air Canada series, in my opinion, the 777s are my favorites - Air Canada (Polar - Hong Kong) gets the gold, Air Canada (777-200LR - Sydney) gets the silver, and Air Canada (777-300ER) gets the bronze. Regarding the recently released Air Austral DVD/BLURAY, the 777s (both 777-300ER & 777-200LR) are my favorite - I spent more time watching the 777 portion. And finally the Turkish 777-300ER is a blockbuster. I have watched this DVD twice since I received my copy - 3 days ago. My complements to the pilots and cabin crew for making the Turkish DVD entertaining.
John C. McCreery, USA
It was very nice to see Turkish Airlines back in the series and hopefully there are more programs to come. The route to Tokyo was very interesting, great picture quality of the scenery as usual, and great crews. The missed approach due to the weather in Tokyo was an added bonus and the crew handled it very professionally. The 777 is my favourite airplane, especially the 777-300ER so I always enjoy a new program featuring this airplane. Maybe we will eventually get to see a Turkish 777 program to Los Angeles.
Mark Wilson, CANADA
Good presentation which started with a departure out of IST in bad weather. It was interesting to see the course deviation procedures. Inflight cabin service portion was very informative and entertaining at the same time. The pretty and smart head purser (called number 1), takes her time explaining their work and it was a rare opportunity to have a conversation with one of the passengers. On approach to NRT, the crew performs a missed approach due to windshear. On the second attempt, Capt. Hakan Turgut was able to land safely.
During the program intermission, viewers witness the various planes that comprise the THY fleet. The unique livery to be flown for the next leg was also shown.
On the return leg to IST, the DETAILED and extensive cockpit presentation continues with special emphasis on non-normal checklists and procedures (unique in this program) - outstanding job F/O Resat Kerem Koray. The closing segment was a nice touch, loved that music background!
Conclusion: I highly recommend this program, especially for those who love the 777. Crystal clear video and audio quality in the blu-ray. With the highly competent and professional flight crew in this production, I wish Just Planes would feature the THY 737NG series fleet in the near future. Another AWESOME job rated at 5/5 stars!
Roy Joven Benzonan, PHILIPPINES
Really enjoyed this Blue-ray. On most videos, I am not really not interested in the cabin service portion, but I really liked this one. Hats off to? a great Turkish cabin crew and their service!
U rock my friend. I bought the Turkish Airlines 777-300ER from? Istanbul to Narita and its return for Blu-Ray! it's awesome!
Seems like amazing!? Turkish airlines,773ER,brillant crew both of cabin and cockpit, one of the great destinations Narita....so what else?....thanks very much "Justplanes".
hakan737 / You Tube
The quality? of this video is second to none. Great job Justplanes!
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Francisco Cruz / You Tube
woww that was simply? amazingg !!
dEaThJeT95 / You Tube
I think this is by far? the best among all your works. Very well done!
drgksl/ You Tube
Great video. Congratulations to? Just Planes and Turkish Airlines
asantanaex/ You Tube
Thank you for this? amazing work, JustPlanes!
AmourShyness / You Tube
Superb ground and cabin services ...... soon to be 5 stars airline .... thank you JustPlanes for? yet another excellent video..
mraquinas / You Tube
welldone justplanes? always amaizing
34567k / You Tube
thats just awesome, thanks for the wonderfull? work on this one, i think all uf us want to see more from the Turkish fleet!!
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turkbackpackers/ You Tube
Great Flight video .? Turkish airlines is truly amazing .
shadowfax1903 / You Tube
great video!? cheers
tonus888/ You Tube
I really enjoy watching this.' Good job! Excellent! ?
Flyspotter19 / You Tube
Great!? Loved it
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Once again the 777 DVD's keep coming out and they keep on getting better and better. This one was on an airline I am not very familiar with, Turkish Airlines, although I do see their 777-300ER's here in Bangkok and Narita. At one time the 747-400 was the queen for ultra long haul flights. I would see a whole line up of them at Tom Bradley International Terminal in LAX and at Tokyo Narita. Now something even better has replaced most of the 747-400's; the 777-300ER. Cathay Pacific, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, EVA Airways Singapore Airlines, Air France and Air Canada's ultra long haul fleets, previously dominated by 747-400's are now dominated by 777-300ER's with other airlines. Twin engine ETOPS are now commonplace.
This DVD took us into an airport I am very familiar with, Tokyo Narita. I recognized many of the landmarks around the airport, most noticeably Marroad International Hotel, which is probably the best hotel for aircraft spotting.
While I am already very familiar with the 777, thanks to the other 777 DVD's, First Officer Koray's explanation of the cockpit showed how automated the 777-300ER is and how far we have come. The cabin crew gave an excellent explanation of the inflight service, and it looks like Turkish Airlines is going to be one of the favorite airlines. Captain Turgut's explanation of the various aspects of the flight was very helpful and he is very fortunate to be flying such a beautiful airplane
I also appreciated the views around IST and showing us the different TK aircraft as the took off.
I mentioned this on the Just Planes page on Facebook, but something that would have made this an even better DVD. I still have yet to see an external walk around on a 777-300ER. True you have to walk a longer distance, but it would still be worth it.
I will look forward to more DVD's coming out; they can only get better and better. It looks like, along with SR and AC you have a great working relationship with TK, so I'm sure we will see more. A good sequel to this DVD would be TK 777-300ER IST-LAX-IST (dream on Michael). Thank you again for another wonderful DVD.
Michael Karpf, THAILAND
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