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Airliner near miss or acceptable clearance?

Old 18th Jun 2022, 19:21
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Airliner near miss or acceptable clearance?

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Old 18th Jun 2022, 19:43
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Looks fake to me.
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Old 18th Jun 2022, 21:45
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Fake is a too good a word for it.....
Shame they didn't use a Triple 7, then we could have called this one a Nipple 7

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Old 18th Jun 2022, 22:12
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you really can't tell the difference between a simulator game and real flying?
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