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Here's some low altitude flybys and manouvers - not sure how fast they are going though.
One thing to note about these big planes is how smoothly they seem to handle.
You know, it's sad that all this stuff has been discussed in great depth many times over the years. Most of what we are doing is mining old threads and other conspiracy and debunking sites. If only things were better organized.
Mick, I don't think you are getting the point . . . these vids are well within the flight capabilities of the aircraft you are showing . . . this proves only that large aircraft can fly impressively near ground level (by experienced pilots). . . we knew that . . . questions remain and experienced pilots of heavy commercial aircraft are asking them as well as can be seen in the videos supplied above . . .
1) Can a 767 fly at 2,000 feet and below at 510 mph without either breaking up or being uncontrollable to a novice pilot?? . . . this leads to the next question . . .
2) Were the 767 craft being flown by remote control . . . or were the craft not 767s . . .??