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We flew to Christchurch is a short film from the 1950s that shows KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ participation in the handicap section of the 1953 Canterbury Air Race from London. KLM flies the new DC 6A Liftmaster, “Dr. Ir. M. H. Damme,” a freighter converted into a passenger plane. The film opens at the airport in London where the KLM Liftmaster prepares for the race; the Duke of Bluster and Dr. Albert Plesman, president of KLM, watch the plane take off. The Liftmaster takes off (01:05), and there is a shot of the cockpit with the captain and the flight engineer at work. The passengers (migrating to New Zealand) relax in the cabin (01:36). KLM stewards prepare food in the plane’s kitchen (02:09). Women passengers knit to pass the time while on the plane (02:30). There are shots from out of the plane’s windows, showing mountains and seas of clouds. The Liftmaster touches down in Karachi, Pakistan (02:58), where it refuels as local people wave to its passengers. The plane next lands at Kamaran (03:48), near Jakarta, for refueling. Footage shows the passengers in the cabin sleeping and talking with each other. A shot from the plane shows the mountains of New Zealand (04:33). The Liftmaster touches down in Christchurch (04:48). A delegation of Maori greets the new arrivals with a tribal dance (05:03). The General Governor of New Zealand awards the KLM crew for winning the handicap portion of the race (05:29). On the return trip to Europe, the Indonesian Air Force band greets the Liftmaster (06:05) during a stop. The Indonesian Minister of Communications greets the crew. The KLM plane arrives at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport (06:35). Dr. Plesman is there to thank the crew. Spectators cheer the crew as they disembark from the ship (07:02). The Dutch Minister of Transport and Public Works greets the crew (07:23); he then bestows the Order of Knighthood upon Captain Kooper, Co-Pilot Griffith, First Telegraph Operator Kieper, and First Flight Engineer Van den Ham. Dr. Plesman addresses the crowd (08:25), talking about how the plane landed right when it was scheduled to. The film ends with shots of the crew, as well as the Liftmaster flying through the air. The 1953 London to Christchurch air race, the "Last Great Air Race", was 12,300 miles (19,800 km) long, from London Heathrow to Christchurch International Airport in New Zealand and took place in October 1953 after Christchurch took the decision to declare their airport as International in 1950. The race was divided into an outright speed section and a section for commercial transport aircraft types. KLM's Douglas DC-6A was competitor No. 21 in the race to Christchurch and carried a group of emigrants. It was displayed at London Heathrow before departure for New Zealand. The speed section was won by a Royal Air Force English Electric Canberra PR.3 flown by Flight Lieutenant Roland (Monty) Burton and navigated by Flight Lieutenant Don Gannon. The plane touched down at Christchurch Airport 41 minutes ahead of its closest rival — after 23hr 51min in the air including 83 minutes on the ground; to this day the record has never been broken. There have been many films made about the commercial section of this race: a Vickers Viscount which finished first, followed by a Douglas DC-6A of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines which was declared the winner on handicap. A Royal New Zealand Air Force Handley Page Hastings also took part. The victory of the Canberra has been less publicised, flying at an average speed of 495 miles per hour (797 km/h). The distance, by the route followed, was 12,270 miles (19,750 km) so that the actual speed was 515 miles per hour (829 km/h) (or 546 miles per hour (879 km/h) including immediate stops). Second in the speed section was Squadron Leader Peter Raw of No. 1 Long Range Flight RAAF in an Australian-built Canberra. We encourage viewers to add comments and, especially, to provide additional information about our videos by adding a comment! See something interesting? Tell people what it is and what they can see by writing something for example: "01:00:12:00 -- President Roosevelt is seen meeting with Winston Churchill at the Quebec Conference." This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD, 2k and 4k. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com
As seen live on http://www.MahoBeachCam.com KLM's final visit to St. Maarten with a 747 aircraft, to be replaced by an Airbus A330 for direct non-stop service between Amsterdam and St. Maarten. Boeing 747 continues on route from AMS to CUR. Sad day for all aviation fans as KLM were the last operators of a heavy 747 to this small island. The low pass landings and sand blasting of Maho Beach goers have become world famous and will continue with smaller, more fuel-efficient jets. Maho Beach Cam is a 24/7 live streaming Internet video broadcast produced by PTZtv on Maho Beach St. Maarten. http://www.PTZtv.com Video copyright (c) 2016 PTZtv LLC. All rights reserved.
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In this video we highlight ten essential steps for starting a business. We primarily focus on the legal steps which are necessary to register and start a business in South Carolina, but also note a few startup tasks which are highly recommended for all new businesses. While the video focuses specifically on the steps for starting a business in South Carolina, they are generally the same or very similar in other states. We don't usually like to toot our own horn, but we've built a comprehensive resource page for starting a business in South Carolina and we think it's pretty darn useful! The page is intuitively divided in to sections based on different stages of starting a business, and includes a multitude of equally intuitive and helpful resources. So no matter what stage you're currently in, and regardless of whether you're seeking basic or advanced information, links to helpful websites and blogs, or useful downloadable tools for starting a business in South Carolina - you'll be able to find it quickly. You can browse the page at any time via https://responsivemedia.org/start-a-business-sc. 10 Steps to Starting a Business in SC: 1) Have a Business Plan. 2) Find a Partner 3) Find an Appropriate Location 4) Finance Your Business 5) Determine the Optimal Legal Structure 6) Reserve or Register a Name for Your Business 7) Register for an Employer Identification Number (EIN) 8) Apply for Permits and Licenses 9) Know Your Responsibilities as an Employer 10) Impact Your Community! Thank you for watching! Visit us at https://responsivemedia.org to learn more who we are and what we do.
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This is our annual Electri-City at Hub City Days. Main Street Marshfield and KLM Entertainment, LLC teamed up to bring this teen dance which was family oriented. We nearly tripled our attendees numbers this year. This year we had 165+ come to this wonderful event! Thank you all who participated in this event, we hope to make this event even larger for next year!! Thank you again to all the sponsors: Gross Motors of Marshfield; Holiday Inn & Conference Center - Marshfield WI; Festival Foods; Marshfield Technology, LLC; Boost Mobile of Marshfield, WI; Hub City Ice Cream Company; Marshfield Monument; Marshfield Utilities; Chips of Marshfield; Information Technology Solutions of Marshfield; Marshfield Drones; Circle The Date; Forward Financial Bank; El Mezcal in Marshfield; Art's Body Shop; House Of Heating Inc.; Marshfield Police Department; Marawood Construction Services; ProVision Partners Cooperative; Mid-State Truck Service; CENTURY 21 Gold Key Realty, Inc.; Quik Print LLC; Style Inn; Hiller's True Value and KLM Entertainment! We are beginning the process of planning our next years event! Please share this video with your friends for we can make this event even bigger for next year!!
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