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Antilles. GV. Illuminated buildings of the Government Palace in Willemstad on the isle of Curacao, Antilles, at night. Various shots of Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard of Holland at night attending a garden party in the grounds of Government Palace in Willemstad, large crowd gathered. Several shots of modern refinery. Various shots of the Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard looking at some of the workings of the modern refinery - daytime shots. Several shots of the tankers in harbour. MS. The royal couple looking out of window of aircraft flying over the refinery. Several air shots of the refinery. Various shots of thousands of children greeting the royal couple in Oranjestad, the capital of Aruba. Tyhey walk amongst the mass crowd of children waving flags. They wave to children from b...
(A MUST SEE) Dutch KLM 747 landing SXM St. Maarten. Normal Speed and SLOW MOTION. This 747 actually landed about 10 over my head. I have never seen anything like it before. The sound and jet engine thrust was nothing like I have experienced before. The trust actually blew people watching he landing to the ground. When in St. Maarten or Sunset Beach - check this place out!
A summary of a day at famous St. Maartens "Princess Juliana International Airport" back in 2008, taken with a small camcorder on a cruise stop at St. Maarten. The airport is located directly at the beach on the island of the Netherlands Antilles. Really impressive to watch large passenger jets like the 747 are landing or taking off at the airport, only a few meters away from your camera. Funny: The arrival times of the airliner are written with chalk on a surfboard at the "Sunset Bar", located directly at the beach. When you stand at the beach during a take off phase, you literally feel sandblasted and who is careless or reckless, will soon find himself a few meters back or even blasted into the sea (this really happens). Some guys try to "surf" the exhaust gas stream while hanging at t...
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KLM 747 landing at St Maarten, Netherlands Antilles Awesome approach .... I also stood behing this beast when it took off ... even more undescribable! It almost knocked me off my feet ... one guy broke his collar bone after being blown off the beach Created with MAGIX Video deluxe 17 Plus
Bonaire is a Caribbean island which, together with Aruba and Curaçao, forms the group known as the ABC islands, located off the north coast of South America near the western part of Venezuela. Bonaire's capital is Kralendijk. The island has a permanent population of 17,408 and an area of 294 km² (together with nearby uninhabited Klein Bonaire). The name Bonaire is thought to have originally come from the Caquetio word 'Bonay', a name that meant low country. The early Spanish and Dutch modified its spelling to Bojnaj and also Bonaire. The French influence while present at various times never was strong enough to make the assumption that the name means 'good air'. Bonaire was part of the Netherlands Antilles until the country's dissolution on 10 October 2010, when the island became a speci...
In this video, a paraglider is paragliding over Netherlands Antilles and he's enjoying his day by seeing nice places!
Dutch Antilles Express (DAE) is a company based on the island of Curacao. Operating a total of 5 aircrafts (ATR and Fokker 100) they fly to Curacao, Bonaire, Aruba, St. Maarten, Sto. Domingo, Caracas, Valencia and Bogota. Several charter flights are also part of the operation. It's just, classic when flying with DAE. Enjoy the video.
Dutch Antilles Express is a small Company located/based on the island of Curacao.. , with it's flights to Bonaire, Aruba, Las Americas, St.Maarten, Caracas, Valencia, Curacao, Cartagena, Panama. Watch in HQ if can ...Enjoy :)... Dutch Antilles Express: Your Antillean Airline.. [DAE celebrating their 5 Years as a Local aviation company of Curacao 2005-2010]