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Robbo, Snapper et al.....

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 12:29
Author: Andy in Beds

Hi all Well this probably should be on the general discussion forum but as we all know each other I’ll post it here. Steve Patterson and his wife Allison left for home this morning after a week in the

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Sunny in Palma

Forum: Commercial Aviation
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 15:54
Author: Skymonster

Sorry, but despite the comments about the weather being crap in NCL, there are some places where its been sunny.

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BMi Baby Announce Winter Routes

Forum: Commercial Aviation
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 17:02
Author: LBARULES

...From NEMA. MAN,MME,CWL and LGW routes go on sale tomorrow. bmibaby winter flights from Nottingham East Midlands are on sale NOW!

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PAF purchases 7 Erieyes

Forum: Modern Military Aviation
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 17:07
Author: PAF Fan

Hi starting a new thread as this was being debated in the Gripen thread, now that the news is being confirmed by western sources it would be really interesting to have a good chinwag about the Erieye,

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shuttleworth

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 18:13
Author: Raider

For anyone who loves the skyraider like me, the ex-tfc spad will be at the shuttleworth collections military pagent on the 1st of august.

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Slow forums?

Forum: General Discussion
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 19:45
Author: Flood

Is anyone else experiencing the forums going slow, failing to load pages, time-outing, etc? Or is it just me? Flood.™

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RAAF Museum Point Cook

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 22:04
Author: Spiteful21

Thought I'd share a few photos from the Royal Australian Air Force Museum at RAAF Williams, Point Cook (which incidently is recorded as being the oldest continuously operating military airfield in the

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Miles Martinet Restoration

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 14th July 2004 - 23:13
Author: aero51

Our Miles Martinet is on its undercarriage for the first time since July 1951 :) The restoration guys have done a great job .....

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Russian ground worker dies in 737 engine

Forum: Commercial Aviation
Post date: 15th July 2004 - 08:28
Author: Jeanske_SN

(Belga) A ground staff worker of the airport Moscow-Sheremetyevo tuesday died when he was sucked in a CFM56 engine of a Boeing 737. The plane was starting the engines at that time.

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July 15th 1940

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 15th July 2004 - 09:34
Author: whalebone

There were no recorded Fighter Command fatalities on July 15th. For more information on the days activities click the link below http://www.raf.mod.uk/bob1940/july15.html

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Silverstone

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 15th July 2004 - 10:29
Author: Dave Homewood

Whilst watching the British Grand Prix the other night I heard the ITV commentators James Allan and Martin Brundell mention that the famous Silverstone racetrack was in fact an Air Force base during t

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Minor Heathrow Collision Yesterday

Forum: Commercial Aviation
Post date: 15th July 2004 - 12:27
Author: T5

I've just been browsing the Airliners.net website and someone mentioned that at about 2.00pm yesterday (Wednesday), a United Airlines 777-200 clipped the wing of an Air Jamaica A340-300. Apparently,

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Aviation Art - Which are your favourites?

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 15th July 2004 - 14:26
Author: Dave Homewood

There are some stunning paintings about of historical aircraft. I simply love looking at really good aviation art, it's so evocative and inspirational in many cases.

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Bernie Salter's Lancaster cockpit(2004)

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 15th July 2004 - 16:11
Author: HP57

Hi all, Does anyone of you on the forum know what happened to the full size Lancaster cockpit section that Bernie Salter built in the eighties? It was featured in FlyPast around 1984 or so. Cheers

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Electra Junior - An Overdue Return ?

Forum: Historic Aviation
Post date: 12th July 2004 - 22:01
Author: David Burke

Seeing the various photos of the French Electra is a great reminder that the U.K really needs an example!