'City In The Sky,' which was premiered worldwide in 2016, will be broadcast for audiences in Sony BBC Earth on May 1
What keeps an aircraft afloat? How do pilots take off? And who make up the silent army that keep flights safe? These are some of the questions that Sony BBC Earth’s mini-series “City In The Sky” aims to answer.
“There are millions of things that happen in the background, and every flyer has the curiosity to learn how things happen in the sky,” Mumbai-based adventurer and aviation enthusiast Mitt Bhatt told Scroll.in. “It is a fabulous show that gives insights on the airline industry and how things work in order for us to fly someone from one place to the other safely.”
Bhatt, who is associated with the show’s promotional activity in India, holds the national record of being the first Indian civilian to “Fly Highest and Fastest To The Edge Of Space In A MiG-29 Fighter Jet” in the Limca Book Of Records. “City In The Sky,” which was premiered worldwide in 2016, will be broadcast for audiences in Sony BBC Earth on May 1.
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