Old Biplane

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You don't see them very often round here, but ones just gone over, sorry about the poor picture my camera is not the best.
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Lazarus

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Ah, yes: I recall reading something about RyanAir expanding their Fleet.
 

sonnetpete

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Seperate 80 cm dish on 28E with a Humax Freesat for SWMBO.
Free Sat V8 meter. Sony Bravia 46" LCD, Sony BluRay and Home Cinema.
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Normandy, France
Can you reserve a standing 'seat' on the wing for an extra payment?.....(Deposit for goggles and flying suit required and subject to a credit card charge.)
 

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You mean they're actually putting planes in the air now? :-rofl2
 

Llew

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A couple of trainers regularly fly from Marshall's Airport across the road from me. Great watching them, only downside is the racket they make climbing and circling when I'm using the tone check on my satellite meter outside :-doh

Used to watch Moths pulling gliders in the 50's and 60's, got expert at guessing when they de-hooked.

http://www.cambridgeflyinggroup.co.uk/
 
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