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Welcome to the cockpit

ONE Cockpit | TWO Pilots | SIX Cameras

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Captured in Full HD from takeoff to touchdown, PilotsEYE.tv presents the most breathtaking, interesting and exciting moments of air travel in feature film length episodes. Take your chance to jump into the pilot’s seat.

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  • Would absolutely love to see the SWISS CS100 roundtrip to London City (LCY)! Brian from United States on 20. April
  • I would like to sugesst LH flight from FRA to ICN (or MUC to ICN) on B747-8 (or A340-600 for MUC-Icn Flight). Good videos and I look forward to see the next episode. You guys are doing great job. Harry Han from South Korea on 18. April
  • Nice series, I bought them all so far. I do like to see more variation tough. Same destinations and same aircraft type are something to look at. Why not a 757-767 to Funchal, New York etc. Or about a smaller plane, like a CRJ-AVRO-Dash to Innsbruck, Scandinavia or similar. Ronald from Niederlande on 16. April
  • The most dramatic part is the slow playback of the take off and landing! Really nice video! Thank you Ziyi Zhuang from China on 5. April
  • Absolutely great to watch. One of the best channel in the world. Very good quality and quality pictures to watch. Have a happy flights in 2017 thanks again from a very happy viewer Mr Terence Foster from New Zealand on 26. March
  • First, let me concur with the other comments regarding the superior nature of your series. In particular, the Most recent Miami A330 flight is the most watchable of the series. Watching Jennifer Knecht and Thomas Frick work together as a team is very motivating. I hope the opportunity to feature both pilots occurs again in the future, They make a great team. (And yes, Captain Frick, you are TV-compatible :) ) To the earlier commenter regarding different tail numbers, I don't think you will find this unique to this disk. I have noted several times that external shots around takeoff and landing may not reflect this flight in question.. Look to the JR takeoff Germany in #12, and the La Palma footage in #10. I imagine, but do not know for a face, that these external shots being of different landings and takeoffs are primarily financial or logistical in nature. I do agree that for those of us that notice this discrepancies, it does remove a little of the magic. To PilotsEYE, I would say that I would always favor shots of the actual landings, even if they appeared less "cinematic" or have other technical flaws. I also understand we are guests of the pilots and at the end of the day we must accept that the deciding factors here are the producers and pilots and what they choose to share. Thanks again for a wonderful series, I already am looking forward to the promised Lufthansa A350 disk. Gardner from United States on 20. March
  • Hallo, Ihre Videos sind absolut Spitze! Da stimmt ja alles zwischen Informationsgehalt, schönen Bildern und den Gesprächen innerhalb des Cockpits alles super zusammen geschnitten.RESPEKT!!! Paraneuros from DDR on 27. February
  • One of the best aviation channel in the world, Thanks Luk from Canada on 23. February
  • Ich finde eure Videos einfahren super. Sehr gute Qualität und hochwertige DVD's. Am besten finde ich den Film mit Jürgen Raps, da er mein Lieblingskapitän ist, auch wenn er schon in Rente ist. Aber um es zusammenzufassen, ihr seit die beste Firma für solche Cockpitvideos im Vergleich zu anderen Produzenten wie Takeoff TV und ich bin schon sehr auf den nächsten Film von euch gespannt. :) Justin from Deutschland on 20. February
  • Dear Pilotseye. Thanks with all my heart for the hard work and for bring us the wonderful world of aviation. I had always wondered what was happening inside the cockpit of an airplane. Thank you for this delightful answer and thank you for letting me be a part of it. The only thing that did not like me in Miami 330 video was the way you put on a veil on what happened in Jennifer´s landing. The registration number of the plane that took of from Miami it´s different than the plane that landed in Zurich. The landing does not correspond to the same plane. The pilots are human beings with errors and mistakes and It is understandable to expect from they not only centerlines, perfec flares and soft landings. We would have known what really happened in this landing not to destroy this brilliant girl but in honor of the truth. Anyway thanks again. Charles Gutierrez from Panama on 18. February
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Current flight path - Miami A330

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Flight data

  • Flight no.: LX64
  • Aircraft: Airbus A330
  • Run time: 145min


  • Chief Pilots & Captain |
    Thomas Frick
  • Sen first Officer |
    Jennifer Knecht