MAN 30/7/05

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Weather was pretty poor again, but it didn't rain untill on the way back home :dev2: :D

1. Zoom Airlines B767-300
2. BritishJet MD-90
3. Continental B757-200
4. Air Atlanta Europe B747-300
5. KLM Cityhopper F100
6. KTHY A321
7. Luzair L10 (Sorry about the fence)
8. Nice little Prop!
9. Monarch A321

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Great shots Matt!

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I still think you are getting better each time. These shots are evident of that. Great shots

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Great shots as ever

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Great pics Matt, love the king Air, any idea who owns it?

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Thanks, it belongs to London Executive Aviation

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Great shots!

Thats the same MD-90 I saw the other day with the piolet trying to do low level aerial aerobatics to put it on the tarmac in torrential rain, honestly thought it was going to skid off the runway!

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These are good shots, Matt.

You must have been at the opposite end of the Viewing Park from me. :)

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Thanks all, Grey, I was at the mound next to concorde.

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Ahhhh..... I was at the fence down by MSF. :)

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I think these are the best set of shots you have posted, (Seem to say that every week!), the Tristar shot is my fave, along with the BritishJet :).

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I think you are quite right Matt, the big charter companies seem to often use Portuguese Tristars (Yes, Luzair and Euroatlantic), when they are either short on capacity or when an a/c goes tech. They seem to be mainly seen at MAN, I saw the EuroAtlantic one last time I went, and the Yes L1011 over Stockport yesterday.

Maybe we'll be lucky a week on Wednesday, or for me on Saturday :).