We love to Shoot Video! Be a part of our new "What's in that Hangar?" video series!
If you have a Hangar in the Dallas/Fort Worth or surrounding areas, and have a cool Airplane or Airplanes you would like show off,
please contact us with your location, facility and airplane(s) information.
You may be selected for us come out and do a full video of your hangar! (it's free...)
to contact us!
We also shoot custom Aviation related video as well!
Videos are the "Gift that keeps on Giving",
showing a complete history of your efforts through online media, such as YouTube or your own website.
We invite individuals, groups and/or businesses to allow us to come out and create a custom video for you.
FunPlacesToFly.com is owned and operated by OpenAirNet Inc.,
an organization dedicated to general aviation in the Dallas, Fort Worth area.
Our Goal is to build our YouTube Channel, where we hope to provide the best in Aviation related videos.
We welcome opportunities to shoot video of Aviation related content without cost to individuals, groups and/or businesses.
All videos recorded by FunPlacesToFly.com are shown our our YouTube channel, but you are free to embed any video we shoot on your website
or any other media you choose.
Where? We are currently doing our video production in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, but can venture out to other parts of
Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana if necessary.
Warbirds! Including a North American B-25 and a Vought F4U Corsair. Also a Massive Car Show and much more! The DFW Wing, a unit of the Commemorative Air Force, operates from Lancaster Airport in Lancaster, Texas.
We did a review of the new Strut Clamp Camera Mount from NFlightCam. This camera mount allows the placement of a GoPro, Garmin, or any action camera with a 3-finger (GoPro-style) mount, or 1/4"x20 threaded socket, to almost any aircraft strut, from a J3 Cub, all the way up to a Cessna Caravan.
The Corsicana Air Show is considered 'Best Little Airshow in Texas,' when the Coyote Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force (CAF) hosts a fun-filled day featuring vintage air planes from the World War II era. The Coyote Squadron, a unit of the Commemorative Air Force, operates from C. David Campbell Field, Corsicana's Municipal airport, which itself began as a pilot training center during World War II. Visit their website: http://www.coyotesquadron.org/
Here's a taste of what you will see. Antiques, Classics, Warbirds, Replicas and Homebuilt airplanes that will be on display throughout the event. All aircraft are welcome. Gainesville, Texas, considered the northern "Gateway to Texas" is located on I-35, six miles south of the Oklahoma border.
One of most annoying things that we encounter when shooting video with our Airplanes, are those ugly dark lines of the propeller, spoiling the view and ruining the video. NFlightcam's propellor filter removes these propeller lines in 90% of typical VFR flight.
Today, we're visiting Tina's Pilot Shop, otherwise known as the North Texas Pilot Supply, which is located at Northwest Regional Airport, identifier 52F, on the DFW Sectional. According their website, tinaspilotshop.com, this pilot shop has been in business for almost 20 years.