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Tunis Carthage Airport is the international airport serving Tunis in Tunisia. The airport is named for the historic city of Carthage, located just east of the airport. It is the base of operations for four airlines: Tunisair, Nouvelair Tunisia, Tunisair Express and Tunisavia. In 2012, the airport registered more than 5 millions passengers and the authorities started considering building a big new terminal or a new airport . All ground handling is provided by Tunisair Handling, a 100% subsidiary of Tunisair, and security services are provided by the Police and the Customs. The airport is served by bus, taxi, but not by railway. The history of the airport dates back to 1920 when si build the first hydo-port in Tunisia on Lake of Tunis. In 1938 was opened Tunis Airfield and served around 5,80...
Hot air balloon festival in Tunisia 25 Feb - 5 Mar, 2017 Official festival page: https://www.facebook.com/TunisianBalloonsFestival/ CAMERA Aurimas Vengrys, Tomas Katinas (ballooning.lt) Matthias Schlegel, Benedict Munz (alifeofballooning.com) Mohamed Alaa Eddine Baalouch Random kids of Tunisia EDITING Tomas Katinas EVENT LOGO alifeofballooning.com LOCATIONS Douz, Kebili, Tozeur, Nafta, Ong Jemal, Hammamet, Sousse, Tunis THANKS TO All ballooning people from all around the world -----///----- Music: Fig Leaf Times Two by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200096 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Cold Funk - Funkorama by Kevin Mac...
This incredible WWII color film was shot in Tunisia by U.S. Army cameramen, and made with the input of Hollywood legends Darryl Zanuck and John Ford. It follows fresh American troops led by Lt. Gen Mark Clark and Lt. Gen Kenneth Anderson as they join the fight against the Afrika Korps. After arriving at the city of Bone, troops travel overland to the Tunisian Front. Advances are made into the Atlas mountains and enemy forces engaged. Nazi aircraft raid Bone and a hospital train near Souk-el-Khemis. Finally the convoy crosses into Algeria, all the while following protocols to lessen the chances of German air attacks. During the Second Battle of Tebourba, December 22-25, 1942, the Germans are forced to retreat and prisoners taken, but the battle for North Africa is far from over. This fi...
* Страна: Tunisia / Тунис * Название отеля: Magic Hammamet Beach (ex. Club Marmara Hammamet Beach) / Мэджик Хаммамет Бич * Описание видео: Дневной танец у бассейна под "Magic in the Air" * - - - - - - - - - - * Дата: 19.05.2017 Name of the video in English: Tunisia. Magic Hammamet Beach. May 2017. Animation. Dance by the pool #2 Name of the video in Russian: Тунис. Мэджик Хаммамет Бич. Май 2017. Анимация. Танцы у бассейна №2 *================================
Full title reads: "AIR ATTACK ON BOU ARADA - TUNISIA". Bou Arada, Tunisia (Tunis). Ground to air shots of German aircraft attacking lines of British troops near Bou Arada, Tunisia. The landscape during attack. A German dive bomber comes down low on the horizon. Various shots of bomb bursts and more low level attacks by Germans. A Junkers 88 plane diving down to crash on the ground. Several shots of the wrecked plane burning. (Mute & Track Negs.) FILM ID:1075.09 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREAT DOCUMENTARIES, FASCINATING INTERVIEWS, AND CLASSIC MOVIES. http://www.britishpathe.tv/ FOR LICENSING ENQUIRIES VISIT http://www.britishpathe.com/
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From the United States Air Force Band: America's Veterans- "A Musical Tribute". This hour long extravaganza was aired nationally on November 10, 2011 at 8:30 p.m. In this clip, Arturo Sandoval gives an electric performance of "A Night in Tunisia", also featuring one the Air Force Band's own SMSgt Tim Leahy on trumpet.
Tunisair suspended all of its flights for several hours on Thursday because of a row between pilots and maintenance workers. The airline later announced a gradual resumption after talks with unions. It apologised to passengers, saying the halt was aimed at preserving the safety of the fleet following an altercation at Tunis-Carthage International Airport. Tunisian media reported that a fight had broken out between aircrew and maintenance workers, following tensions in recent weeks over uniforms. Mechanics also reportedly held a recent sit-in in front of a union headquarters to denounce their treatment by pilots. The carrier has 29 aircraft that usually operate an average of 47 flights a day to destinations mostly in Europe, Africa and the Middle East
Floods in Tunisia. Air shots Silhouette of helicopter flying over mountains in Tunisia. Air to Air shots of Helicopter. Air to ground shots, showing flooded area. CU Swirling water. GV People walking about in water. GV Young boy walking amongst mud and water. CU Young girl walking about. GV Men clearing up aftermath of floods. CU Men shovelling mud away. GV Street covered with mud. GV Men unloading cargo from relief helicopter. Aerial shot looking down at line of people. Aerial shots Flooded village. Aerial shots swirling waters raging around broken railway bridge. LV Section of bridge on one side of river. Pan across to show in CU twisted tracks and other side of broken bridge. FILM ID:2233.05 A VIDEO FROM BRITISH PATHÉ. EXPLORE OUR ONLINE CHANNEL, BRITISH PATHÉ TV. IT'S FULL OF GREA...
It's the fifth largest producer of phosphate in the world, but people in Gabes say the price they pay for the national economy is too high. TVC News' North Africa correspondent Ayya Harraz in the South of Tunisia reports.