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.
We went out on a late evening flight in the Cessna 172 to see if there is any difference between a FPS setting of 24 VS 60 on GoPro Hero 4 and GoPro Session 5 cameras. What do you think? Please reply below!
I love to fly, but talking on the radio at a busy, tower controlled airport has always been a phobia for me. Today, I am out to conquer that fear. Join me as I fumble on the radio and begin the learning process.
The Commemorative Air Force CAF had its first CAF Wings Over Dallas WWII Airshow for 2016 at Dallas Executive Airport in Dallas, Texas. The event commemorated the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor and featured TORA! TORA! TORA!, an award winning re-creation of the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Dozens of other WWII-era aircraft were exhibited on the ramp and in the air throughout the event.