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  • 2007
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Helicopters
14. Helicopters
April 14, 2007
As Rooster struggles to adapt his flight experience to helicopters, Mark aims to finally out perform the veteran pilot. Although Miller is the only one with experience in a helicopter, the two have headed out south to challenge each other on an experimental chopper that simulates plane flight via an onboard computer, possibly giving Rooster back his advantage.
Helicopters
14. Helicopters
April 14, 2007
As Rooster struggles to adapt his flight experience to helicopters, Mark aims to finally out perform the veteran pilot. Although Miller is the only one with experience in a helicopter, the two have headed out south to challenge each other on an experimental chopper that simulates plane flight via an onboard computer, possibly giving Rooster back his advantage.
Helicopters
14. Helicopters
April 14, 2007
As Rooster struggles to adapt his flight experience to helicopters, Mark aims to finally out perform the veteran pilot. Although Miller is the only one with experience in a helicopter, the two have headed out south to challenge each other on an experimental chopper that simulates plane flight via an onboard computer, possibly giving Rooster back his advantage.
Helicopters
14. Helicopters
April 14, 2007
As Rooster struggles to adapt his flight experience to helicopters, Mark aims to finally out perform the veteran pilot. Although Miller is the only one with experience in a helicopter, the two have headed out south to challenge each other on an experimental chopper that simulates plane flight via an onboard computer, possibly giving Rooster back his advantage.
Harmon Rockets
13. Harmon Rockets
April 7, 2007
Rooster and Mark are hopping in to some home built stunt planes. Teaming up with air show pilots Ken Fowler and Eric Hansen, the crew has some difficult stunts lined up for them. Precise geometry and perfect timing will be needed to pull these moves off in time for the next air show.
Harmon Rockets
13. Harmon Rockets
April 7, 2007
Rooster and Mark are hopping in to some home built stunt planes. Teaming up with air show pilots Ken Fowler and Eric Hansen, the crew has some difficult stunts lined up for them. Precise geometry and perfect timing will be needed to pull these moves off in time for the next air show.
Harmon Rockets
13. Harmon Rockets
April 7, 2007
Rooster and Mark are hopping in to some home built stunt planes. Teaming up with air show pilots Ken Fowler and Eric Hansen, the crew has some difficult stunts lined up for them. Precise geometry and perfect timing will be needed to pull these moves off in time for the next air show.
Harmon Rockets
13. Harmon Rockets
April 7, 2007
Rooster and Mark are hopping in to some home built stunt planes. Teaming up with air show pilots Ken Fowler and Eric Hansen, the crew has some difficult stunts lined up for them. Precise geometry and perfect timing will be needed to pull these moves off in time for the next air show.
Biplane
12. Biplane
March 31, 2007
Watch as the Air Dogs relive the history of the worlds first powered aircraft design, the Biplane. Rooster attempts to follow in his father's footsteps by testing himself on one of the toughest WWII training aircraft, the Tiger Moth; while Miller goes joyriding in a vintage stunt Biplane.
Biplane
12. Biplane
March 31, 2007
Watch as the Air Dogs relive the history of the worlds first powered aircraft design, the Biplane. Rooster attempts to follow in his father's footsteps by testing himself on one of the toughest WWII training aircraft, the Tiger Moth; while Miller goes joyriding in a vintage stunt Biplane.
Biplane
12. Biplane
March 31, 2007
Watch as the Air Dogs relive the history of the worlds first powered aircraft design, the Biplane. Rooster attempts to follow in his father's footsteps by testing himself on one of the toughest WWII training aircraft, the Tiger Moth; while Miller goes joyriding in a vintage stunt Biplane.
Biplane
12. Biplane
March 31, 2007
Watch as the Air Dogs relive the history of the worlds first powered aircraft design, the Biplane. Rooster attempts to follow in his father's footsteps by testing himself on one of the toughest WWII training aircraft, the Tiger Moth; while Miller goes joyriding in a vintage stunt Biplane.
Canards
11. Canards
March 24, 2007
Canards are a head turning type of aircraft design that boasts better efficiency, comfort and resistance against stalls. So why haven't these inverted planes come to dominate the market? Mark and Rooster are test flying the only fleet of Canard airliners in the world to investigate the superiorities and downfalls of a visionary aircraft that may have been built before its time.
Canards
11. Canards
March 24, 2007
Canards are a head turning type of aircraft design that boasts better efficiency, comfort and resistance against stalls. So why haven't these inverted planes come to dominate the market? Mark and Rooster are test flying the only fleet of Canard airliners in the world to investigate the superiorities and downfalls of a visionary aircraft that may have been built before its time.
Canards
11. Canards
March 24, 2007
Canards are a head turning type of aircraft design that boasts better efficiency, comfort and resistance against stalls. So why haven't these inverted planes come to dominate the market? Mark and Rooster are test flying the only fleet of Canard airliners in the world to investigate the superiorities and downfalls of a visionary aircraft that may have been built before its time.
Canards
11. Canards
March 24, 2007
Canards are a head turning type of aircraft design that boasts better efficiency, comfort and resistance against stalls. So why haven't these inverted planes come to dominate the market? Mark and Rooster are test flying the only fleet of Canard airliners in the world to investigate the superiorities and downfalls of a visionary aircraft that may have been built before its time.
Cowley Wave
10. Cowley Wave
March 17, 2007
The Air Dogs are on a pilgrimage to the Mecca of gliding, a unique area at the foot of the Rocky Mountains that produces massive thermals. The two want to find out who can surf the "wave" up to the greatest elevation in one of the engineless gliders. Equipped with oxygen tanks and specially designed clothing, Miller and Rooster soar into the inhospitable heights of the atmosphere.
Cowley Wave
10. Cowley Wave
March 17, 2007
The Air Dogs are on a pilgrimage to the Mecca of gliding, a unique area at the foot of the Rocky Mountains that produces massive thermals. The two want to find out who can surf the "wave" up to the greatest elevation in one of the engineless gliders. Equipped with oxygen tanks and specially designed clothing, Miller and Rooster soar into the inhospitable heights of the atmosphere.
Cowley Wave
10. Cowley Wave
March 17, 2007
The Air Dogs are on a pilgrimage to the Mecca of gliding, a unique area at the foot of the Rocky Mountains that produces massive thermals. The two want to find out who can surf the "wave" up to the greatest elevation in one of the engineless gliders. Equipped with oxygen tanks and specially designed clothing, Miller and Rooster soar into the inhospitable heights of the atmosphere.
Cowley Wave
10. Cowley Wave
March 17, 2007
The Air Dogs are on a pilgrimage to the Mecca of gliding, a unique area at the foot of the Rocky Mountains that produces massive thermals. The two want to find out who can surf the "wave" up to the greatest elevation in one of the engineless gliders. Equipped with oxygen tanks and specially designed clothing, Miller and Rooster soar into the inhospitable heights of the atmosphere.
Mustang
9. Mustang
March 10, 2007
The Air Dogs are back with the Pietch brothers. After passing a flight test during their last visit, they've been cleared to take on one of the most legendary fighters ever made: the P-51 Mustang. Rooster seeks to redeem himself with the brothers after his poor landings last time, while Mark is still in awe that he's actually going to get to fly one of these vintage planes.
Mustang
9. Mustang
March 10, 2007
The Air Dogs are back with the Pietch brothers. After passing a flight test during their last visit, they've been cleared to take on one of the most legendary fighters ever made: the P-51 Mustang. Rooster seeks to redeem himself with the brothers after his poor landings last time, while Mark is still in awe that he's actually going to get to fly one of these vintage planes.
Mustang
9. Mustang
March 10, 2007
The Air Dogs are back with the Pietch brothers. After passing a flight test during their last visit, they've been cleared to take on one of the most legendary fighters ever made: the P-51 Mustang. Rooster seeks to redeem himself with the brothers after his poor landings last time, while Mark is still in awe that he's actually going to get to fly one of these vintage planes.
Mustang
9. Mustang
March 10, 2007
The Air Dogs are back with the Pietch brothers. After passing a flight test during their last visit, they've been cleared to take on one of the most legendary fighters ever made: the P-51 Mustang. Rooster seeks to redeem himself with the brothers after his poor landings last time, while Mark is still in awe that he's actually going to get to fly one of these vintage planes.
Harvards
8. Harvards
March 3, 2007
The Air Dogs have their sights set on getting some airtime on two of the most legendary fighters in history, the Spitfire and the Hurricane. But first they each must pass a flight test on an advanced WWII trainer, the Harvard. While Rooster seems to have everything under control, Marks flight leaves him wondering whether he'll have to pass up this once in a life time chance.
Harvards
8. Harvards
March 3, 2007
The Air Dogs have their sights set on getting some airtime on two of the most legendary fighters in history, the Spitfire and the Hurricane. But first they each must pass a flight test on an advanced WWII trainer, the Harvard. While Rooster seems to have everything under control, Marks flight leaves him wondering whether he'll have to pass up this once in a life time chance.
Harvards
8. Harvards
March 3, 2007
The Air Dogs have their sights set on getting some airtime on two of the most legendary fighters in history, the Spitfire and the Hurricane. But first they each must pass a flight test on an advanced WWII trainer, the Harvard. While Rooster seems to have everything under control, Marks flight leaves him wondering whether he'll have to pass up this once in a life time chance.
Harvards
8. Harvards
March 3, 2007
The Air Dogs have their sights set on getting some airtime on two of the most legendary fighters in history, the Spitfire and the Hurricane. But first they each must pass a flight test on an advanced WWII trainer, the Harvard. While Rooster seems to have everything under control, Marks flight leaves him wondering whether he'll have to pass up this once in a life time chance.
Lancaster
7. Lancaster
February 24, 2007
There are only two working Lancaster Bombers left in the world and the Air Dogs are going to get a crack at one of them. After finally convincing the aircraft's caretaker to let Rooster fly the vintage bomber, a string of malfunctions nearly leaves this piece of history scattered across the runway.
Lancaster
7. Lancaster
February 24, 2007
There are only two working Lancaster Bombers left in the world and the Air Dogs are going to get a crack at one of them. After finally convincing the aircraft's caretaker to let Rooster fly the vintage bomber, a string of malfunctions nearly leaves this piece of history scattered across the runway.
Lancaster
7. Lancaster
February 24, 2007
There are only two working Lancaster Bombers left in the world and the Air Dogs are going to get a crack at one of them. After finally convincing the aircraft's caretaker to let Rooster fly the vintage bomber, a string of malfunctions nearly leaves this piece of history scattered across the runway.
Lancaster
7. Lancaster
February 24, 2007
There are only two working Lancaster Bombers left in the world and the Air Dogs are going to get a crack at one of them. After finally convincing the aircraft's caretaker to let Rooster fly the vintage bomber, a string of malfunctions nearly leaves this piece of history scattered across the runway.
Flying Formation
6. Flying Formation
February 24, 2007
The Snowbirds are the largest jet formation team in the world, and Rooster used to fly with them! Join the Air Dogs in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, as they borrow a couple of jets for some flights of fancy in the sky. As Rooster catches up with his old Snowbird pals, the group decides to teach Miller how to fly through a loop in formation.
Flying Formation
6. Flying Formation
February 24, 2007
The Snowbirds are the largest jet formation team in the world, and Rooster used to fly with them! Join the Air Dogs in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, as they borrow a couple of jets for some flights of fancy in the sky. As Rooster catches up with his old Snowbird pals, the group decides to teach Miller how to fly through a loop in formation.
Flying Formation
6. Flying Formation
February 24, 2007
The Snowbirds are the largest jet formation team in the world, and Rooster used to fly with them! Join the Air Dogs in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, as they borrow a couple of jets for some flights of fancy in the sky. As Rooster catches up with his old Snowbird pals, the group decides to teach Miller how to fly through a loop in formation.
Flying Formation
6. Flying Formation
February 24, 2007
The Snowbirds are the largest jet formation team in the world, and Rooster used to fly with them! Join the Air Dogs in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, as they borrow a couple of jets for some flights of fancy in the sky. As Rooster catches up with his old Snowbird pals, the group decides to teach Miller how to fly through a loop in formation.
Workhorses of WWII
5. Workhorses of WWII
February 17, 2007
What self-respecting pilot wouldn't have a B-25 Mitchell on their fantasy flight list? During the Second World War, B-25s flew in every theatre of war on missions ranging from bombing, to low-level tank busting to anti-shipping attacks. In this episode, the Air Dogs head to Hamilton, Ontario, where Rooster hopes to take a Mitchell for a ride.
Workhorses of WWII
5. Workhorses of WWII
February 17, 2007
What self-respecting pilot wouldn't have a B-25 Mitchell on their fantasy flight list? During the Second World War, B-25s flew in every theatre of war on missions ranging from bombing, to low-level tank busting to anti-shipping attacks. In this episode, the Air Dogs head to Hamilton, Ontario, where Rooster hopes to take a Mitchell for a ride.
Workhorses of WWII
5. Workhorses of WWII
February 17, 2007
What self-respecting pilot wouldn't have a B-25 Mitchell on their fantasy flight list? During the Second World War, B-25s flew in every theatre of war on missions ranging from bombing, to low-level tank busting to anti-shipping attacks. In this episode, the Air Dogs head to Hamilton, Ontario, where Rooster hopes to take a Mitchell for a ride.
Workhorses of WWII
5. Workhorses of WWII
February 17, 2007
What self-respecting pilot wouldn't have a B-25 Mitchell on their fantasy flight list? During the Second World War, B-25s flew in every theatre of war on missions ranging from bombing, to low-level tank busting to anti-shipping attacks. In this episode, the Air Dogs head to Hamilton, Ontario, where Rooster hopes to take a Mitchell for a ride.
The Ultimate
4. The Ultimate
February 10, 2007
The Lancair P IV is a top of the line, composite aircraft with a glass cockpit - the ultimate private craft. Capable of flight at an altitude of 13 kilometres, the P IV is the ultimate airplane. Miller has researched this plane and is hoping for a chance to fly it, as is Rooster. Watch as the Air Dogs head to the Lancair headquarters in Redmond, Oregon, to sweet-talk their way into the cockpit.
The Ultimate
4. The Ultimate
February 10, 2007
The Lancair P IV is a top of the line, composite aircraft with a glass cockpit - the ultimate private craft. Capable of flight at an altitude of 13 kilometres, the P IV is the ultimate airplane. Miller has researched this plane and is hoping for a chance to fly it, as is Rooster. Watch as the Air Dogs head to the Lancair headquarters in Redmond, Oregon, to sweet-talk their way into the cockpit.
The Ultimate
4. The Ultimate
February 10, 2007
The Lancair P IV is a top of the line, composite aircraft with a glass cockpit - the ultimate private craft. Capable of flight at an altitude of 13 kilometres, the P IV is the ultimate airplane. Miller has researched this plane and is hoping for a chance to fly it, as is Rooster. Watch as the Air Dogs head to the Lancair headquarters in Redmond, Oregon, to sweet-talk their way into the cockpit.
The Ultimate
4. The Ultimate
February 10, 2007
The Lancair P IV is a top of the line, composite aircraft with a glass cockpit - the ultimate private craft. Capable of flight at an altitude of 13 kilometres, the P IV is the ultimate airplane. Miller has researched this plane and is hoping for a chance to fly it, as is Rooster. Watch as the Air Dogs head to the Lancair headquarters in Redmond, Oregon, to sweet-talk their way into the cockpit.
The Yaks and the Supercub
3. The Yaks and the Supercub
February 3, 2007
Bud Granley is the first father of air show flights. Follow the Air Dogs as they catch up with Granley and the ultimate air show stunt plane - the Yak, a tough-as-nails Russian trainer. There is nothing you can't do in a Yak. While Rooster and Granley push the Yak to the edge, Granley's son Ross teaches Miller the basics in aerobatics in a different kind of Yak.
The Yaks and the Supercub
3. The Yaks and the Supercub
February 3, 2007
Bud Granley is the first father of air show flights. Follow the Air Dogs as they catch up with Granley and the ultimate air show stunt plane - the Yak, a tough-as-nails Russian trainer. There is nothing you can't do in a Yak. While Rooster and Granley push the Yak to the edge, Granley's son Ross teaches Miller the basics in aerobatics in a different kind of Yak.
The Yaks and the Supercub
3. The Yaks and the Supercub
February 3, 2007
Bud Granley is the first father of air show flights. Follow the Air Dogs as they catch up with Granley and the ultimate air show stunt plane - the Yak, a tough-as-nails Russian trainer. There is nothing you can't do in a Yak. While Rooster and Granley push the Yak to the edge, Granley's son Ross teaches Miller the basics in aerobatics in a different kind of Yak.
The Yaks and the Supercub
3. The Yaks and the Supercub
February 3, 2007
Bud Granley is the first father of air show flights. Follow the Air Dogs as they catch up with Granley and the ultimate air show stunt plane - the Yak, a tough-as-nails Russian trainer. There is nothing you can't do in a Yak. While Rooster and Granley push the Yak to the edge, Granley's son Ross teaches Miller the basics in aerobatics in a different kind of Yak.
Landing Lessons
2. Landing Lessons
January 27, 2007
In this adrenaline-filled episode, the Air Dogs push their skills to the limit. The mission: land a vintage air trainer on the smallest airstrip in the world - the roof of a RV speeding down a short runway at over 90 kilometres an hour. World famous air show pilot Kent Pietch spends time teaching Rooster and Miller the technique, but will all the training help them master such a hairy landing?
Landing Lessons
2. Landing Lessons
January 27, 2007
In this adrenaline-filled episode, the Air Dogs push their skills to the limit. The mission: land a vintage air trainer on the smallest airstrip in the world - the roof of a RV speeding down a short runway at over 90 kilometres an hour. World famous air show pilot Kent Pietch spends time teaching Rooster and Miller the technique, but will all the training help them master such a hairy landing?
Landing Lessons
2. Landing Lessons
January 27, 2007
In this adrenaline-filled episode, the Air Dogs push their skills to the limit. The mission: land a vintage air trainer on the smallest airstrip in the world - the roof of a RV speeding down a short runway at over 90 kilometres an hour. World famous air show pilot Kent Pietch spends time teaching Rooster and Miller the technique, but will all the training help them master such a hairy landing?
Landing Lessons
2. Landing Lessons
January 27, 2007
In this adrenaline-filled episode, the Air Dogs push their skills to the limit. The mission: land a vintage air trainer on the smallest airstrip in the world - the roof of a RV speeding down a short runway at over 90 kilometres an hour. World famous air show pilot Kent Pietch spends time teaching Rooster and Miller the technique, but will all the training help them master such a hairy landing?
Red Bull Racer
1. Red Bull Racer
January 20, 2007
Rooster and Miller head down to the Arizona desert where they meet up with world champion air racer and flying legend Kirby Chambliss. Chambliss takes the Air Dogs through Red Bull boot camp to see if they have what it takes to become air racers. While Miller is anxious to fly the powerful Edge 540 - the Ferrari of the skies - he soon discovers that he might be biting off more than he can chew.
Red Bull Racer
1. Red Bull Racer
January 20, 2007
Rooster and Miller head down to the Arizona desert where they meet up with world champion air racer and flying legend Kirby Chambliss. Chambliss takes the Air Dogs through Red Bull boot camp to see if they have what it takes to become air racers. While Miller is anxious to fly the powerful Edge 540 - the Ferrari of the skies - he soon discovers that he might be biting off more than he can chew.
Red Bull Racer
1. Red Bull Racer
January 20, 2007
Rooster and Miller head down to the Arizona desert where they meet up with world champion air racer and flying legend Kirby Chambliss. Chambliss takes the Air Dogs through Red Bull boot camp to see if they have what it takes to become air racers. While Miller is anxious to fly the powerful Edge 540 - the Ferrari of the skies - he soon discovers that he might be biting off more than he can chew.
Red Bull Racer
1. Red Bull Racer
January 20, 2007
Rooster and Miller head down to the Arizona desert where they meet up with world champion air racer and flying legend Kirby Chambliss. Chambliss takes the Air Dogs through Red Bull boot camp to see if they have what it takes to become air racers. While Miller is anxious to fly the powerful Edge 540 - the Ferrari of the skies - he soon discovers that he might be biting off more than he can chew.
Description

Air Dogs is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (56 episodes). The series first aired on January 20, 2007.

Where to Watch Air Dogs

Air Dogs is available for streaming on the Kew Media Group website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Air Dogs on demand at Amazon Prime.

  • Premiere Date
    January 20, 2007