Old 24th Jan 2019, 21:52
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Strumble Head
 
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Originally Posted by Super VC-10 View Post
Whilst the aircraft involved was displaying N6645Y, at the time of the accident it was being flown unregistered and stateless.
Thank you for calling out that key point. I'd just used the title text from the AAIB report. On checking I see the registration has since been reallocated. Goes to show that as mentioned in many posts above - if the aircraft looks the part, and the pilot talks the talk, why would the average person see anything as being 'risky' and start asking pointed questions?

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