FILMED : 2015

TIME : 135 mins

PRICE : $30

For our 3rd AeroMexico Cockpit Film we had an opportunity to fly the Boeing 767-200 and 767-300 just before the 767 was retired from the airline's fleet. The awesome route picked for this program was Rio de Janeiro!


The 767 Chief Pilot, who has nearly 35 years of service with AeroMexico, and his crew take us through the flight preparations and present the aircraft in details. There is some great scenery on the return flight which is operated entirely in daylight and a views of Rio are included as well. The program concludes with a bad weather approach into Mexico City!


+ Cockpit filming using up to multi cameras

    for great views on takeoff & landing!

+ Flight Preparations

+ Briefings & Checklists

+ External Walkaround

+ Depature & Arrival Airport Charts

+ Cockpit Presentation

+ Great scenery

+ Cabin views

+ Bad weather approach/landing into Mex.City

737 & 777 787-8 787-9


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Flight Information
A/C Reg Flight Route Flt Time Destinations



AM 024



MEX Mexico City, MEXICO

GIG Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL



AM 025



GIG Rio de Janeiro, BRAZIL

MEX Mexico City, MEXICO

Take off from Mexico City

Just airborne

Climbing out of Mexico

St Elmo's Fire

Sunrise over Brazil

Briefing our approach

Descending into Rio

Approaching GIG Airport

On Short final

Copilot landing the 767 on his birthday!

Going for a sightseeing tour of Rio... into the clouds

Must see

Rio is such a beautiful/spectacular city!

Santos Dumont Airport

Walkaround inspection for our return flight

Planning our departure

Just airborne from Rio

Tour of the cabin during the service

Cockpit Presentation

A look at our route

Following the Amazon

Over Colombia

Great scenery on the way

and other airplanes...

Leaving the sun for the bad weather below

Approaching Mexico City Airport

Making our turn for the airport

Approaching the bad weather aroun the airport

On short final in heavy rain

Captain at the controls of the 767 for landing