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Old 10th May 2024, 23:21
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Pork Farms had a helicopter based in the West Midlands. Known as a "Pork Chopper".
Eastern BRS (British Road Services) operated a Cessna 336 or 337 in an "Eastern Airlift" version of Eastern BRS's brown livery from Nottingham Tollerton in around 1974.
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Old 25th May 2024, 16:58
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Originally Posted by asw28-866
Flap40, no BN2 at Quantel perhaps you are thinking of the Rockwell 500s Shrike Commander (G-BDAL) that Micro Consultants/Quantel operated mostly from Biggin Hill for several decades?
Only just seen this reply. It's probably a memory fail on my part. In 92-94 I regularly flew into Southampton and frequently heard a Quantel callsign on frequency. I also often saw the Lec Islander there if they were unable to get into Bogna. I've probably mixed up the two.
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