The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI issued an intelligence bulletin warning on Friday that “violent extremists with knowledge of general aviation and access to small planes pose a significant potential threat to the homeland.” In a separate memo sent to general aviation pilots a day later, the TSA said,
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If you liked One Six Right, the documentary about Van Nuys Airport with awesome flying sequences set to inspiring music, you’ll enjoy the new companion DVD, One Six Left. A 45-minute compilation of special features, One Six Left includes footage that there wasn’t room for in the original film and plenty of additional material for the aviation geek in all of us.
In his producing and directing debut, Brian Terwilliger wanted to make an epic movie about the romance of flying, of all things. So he decided to film a 90-minute flick called One Six Right, a documentary about the passion for flying at the world’s busiest general aviation airport, Van Nuys Airport (VNY), California.
Dundee, Scotland-born David Paris, 55, joined the Royal Navy in January 1967, for an eight-year hitch as a pilot. He trained on de Havilland Canada Chipmunks, Hillers, Westland Whirlwind 7s (based on the Sikorsky S-55), Wessex 1s (based on the Sikorsky S-58/Choctaw) and the anti-submarine Wessex 3, on which–in early 1969–he was posted to the aircraft carrier HMS Eagle with 826 Naval Air Squadron.
One Six Right, a documentary of Van Nuys Airport in California, is now available on DVD for $28.95 (plus shipping and handling). The DVD can be ordered online at www.onesixright.com (where a preview is available) or purchased at the airport from Hollywood Aviators, the exclusive reseller of the 90-minute presentation.