Air Safety: Learning from Tragedy

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Technology Documentary narrated by Jay Marks and published by Discovery Channel in 2001 - Chinese, English Multilanguage narration

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Everyday, two million people take off and land somewhere in America. Six hundred million passengers boarded a flight worldwide last year, and the number is expected to surpass a billion this decade. While the sky has no limits, the ground certainly does. As airports struggle to keep up with the pace, the anxiety of flying increases. Although flying remains the safest mode of transportation, thousands of times safer than car travel, there are no small air accidents. Most do - and may almost always - cost lives.

Produced and directed by Marian Marzynski
Narrated by Jay Marks
Photography by Jason Longo
52 minutes, English and Mandarin Chinese dual audio, 2001

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  • Video Codec: DivX
  • Video Bitrate: 1477 Kbps
  • Video Resolution: 640x360
  • Video Aspect Ratio: 1.78 / 16:9
  • Video Framerate: 29.97
  • Quality Factor: 0.21 b/px
  • Audio1: English (subs included separately)
  • Audio1 Codec: Dolby AC3
  • Audio1 Bitrate: 256 kb/s @ 48KHz
  • Audio1 Channels: 2
  • Audio2: Mandarin Chinese
  • Audio2 Codec: Dolby AC3
  • Audio2 Bitrate: 256 kb/s @ 48KHz
  • Audio2 Channels: 2
  • Runtime per Part: 52 minutes
  • Number of Parts: 1
  • Part Size: 746 MB (1/6 DVDR)
  • Ripped by: PolarBear

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