Brazilian Foxbat – a trio of videos

Brazil Video 01

Brazil Video 02Brazil Video 03

Here is a very nice set of three videos from Eduardo Fernandes Gontijo, A22LS owner in Brazil. Although fairly long – 6-11 minutes each, they show great views of the interior of this vast South American country. The music is good, even relaxing, and the various view points he’s used for the cameras also adds interest. It’s also good to see the aircraft being used to visit friends!

I can’t be certain but it looks like Eduardo has an MGL iEFIS installed in his A22LS with maybe a Garmin 695/795 for navigation. So far in Australia we have installed mainly Dynon equipment – anyone any experience of these large MGL screens?

Anyway – thanks for the video links Eduardo, it looks like you are enjoying your flying!

As usual, click on the photos to go to the YouTube page for viewing.

2 thoughts on “Brazilian Foxbat – a trio of videos

  1. Very nice – thank you Eduardo (and Peter) for sharing.

    I have two curiosity driven questions (not really related to the flying !) 1. The gentleman at 6:27 min in video 3 is wearing an “Australia” logo cap – has someone visited us here down under ? 2. How does one manage to post videos like these to YouTube with sound tracks, e.g. from Coldplay without them being rejected due to copyright issues etc ? I am quite happy to pay for the privilege of using good music in videos but it doesn’t seem possible. Maybe it’s different outside Australia ?

    Every time I click on links to Foxbat videos I end up following the trail of others in the “suggestions”
    box on the side – can’t get enough, especially when I haven’t been able to fly myself for a while. Often the same ones reappear but this time one that came up was of the aftermath of a fatal A22LS crash in the Russian Far East in 2014. That is one I won’t be going back to !


    • Hi Andrew – certainly looks like someone’s got an Australian connection. Regarding the music – I just select what I think might fit the clip. I always try to give a music credit and it usually (always so far) goes through. I am aware on my channel information that some videos ‘are blocked in some countries’ – I assume due to copyright reasons. I think many artists are not worried about YouTube clips as they may give more publicity and potential track or album purchases?

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