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Some people like to hop in a car to take a road trip across America, visiting as many landmarks as possible along the way. Since such a trek can take a while to complete, taking a flight across America might be a better option for some people. "Aerial America" takes viewers on such a flight, offering rare looks at some of the nation's best-loved landmarks from high in the sky. Cameras capture the history and pageantry of America as they zoom over busy cityscapes and quiet, rural lands. Many episodes focus on a specific state, showcasing highlights of the state's beauty, while others revolve around themes such as the best small towns and natural wonders found in the country.

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A flight over North and South Dakota reveals the shared history and the vast differences of these sibling states.
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An amazing aerial tour over Utah reveals a state full of otherworldly landscapes and landmarks, including a history steeped in Mormonism, pioneering tragedy, and Olympic glory.
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An aerial tour of the world's first national park showcases Yellowstone's visual wonders, diverse wildlife and rich history.
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An aerial tour of New York City, spanning the city's five boroughs, capturing man-made and natural wonders and revealing the surprising ways its citizens live, work and play.
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A journey over America's western landscape featuring "wild" history and stories of colorful characters.
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The South's famous landmarks, historical milestones and unique culture.
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An aerial tour over the places made famous by America's most influential men and women.
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An aerial tour over America's Great Plains tracks the prairies, farms, oilfields and wildlife.
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An aerial tour over New England captures its beauty while celebrating its rich history.
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America's most remarkable natural wonders are explored including the Grand Canyon, the Great Lakes and more.
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A coast-to-coast tour over America's man-made structures, old and new.
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A cross-country aerial journey over America's most majestic and unique roadside attractions.
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Taking flight for a bird's eye tour of America's rivers, lakes, and canals.
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Architectural achievements; stunning landscapes; the Grand Canyon.
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An aerial tour over Kentucky reveals a state of racetracks, country music highways, bourbon distilleries, and a history of feuds and traditions.
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A view of Idaho from the air reveals a state filled with agricultural fields, lands untouched by human hands, and riches in the form of gold, ski resorts, and spuds.
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The Lone Star's rugged canyons, historic ranches and modern cities.
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Iconic locations made famous by movies.
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The Show Me State's towering monuments, mighty rivers and spectacular Ozarks.
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Many waters, ancient trails, and the birth of the Delta Blues.
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Glacial landscapes and stories of the pioneers.

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