The story of historic aviation

The Royal Netherlands Air Force Historical Flight is a flying museum, completely run by volunteers. The foundations fleet of 12 different types, including WW2 icons like the Spitfire and B-25 makes every aviation enthusiast heart beat faster.

Over a five year period I created a few  documentaries for this foundation.  Together with Arjen Jongeling we tried to tell the story behind all the beauty.

Check them out at:

A childhoods dream: flying in a Spitfire becomes reality. But it takes dedication and lots of training hours. I was fortunate to be able to follow Ralph during his conversion to Spitfire Demo Pilot.

Not just any flyby: this is the story of Gerards first flight as a B-25 captain. The first time in the left seat, with the King of the Netherlands as spectator.

The story of an icon! The KLuHV Spitfire is a real WW2 veteran and was almost ready to be scrapped. A small group of devoted guys decided to bring her back to life! Unfortunately this docu was never finished.

Bridge 11 is ours! To commemorate the successful capture of the bridge at Grave a flypast was made by the B-25 and Spitfire.

A flyby over the Twentekanaal as part of the remembrance of "The Final Push". Almost two hours in the backseat of a Piper Cub, what a great way to spend a Sunday!