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RCAF VIP CC-150 damaged in October hangar accident

Old 3rd Dec 2019, 01:32
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RCAF VIP CC-150 damaged in October hangar accident

An RCAF CC-150 (A310-300) was seriously damaged during a towing accident at Trenton in October.

Reportedly jumped the chocks while waiting for a tug.





https://globalnews.ca/news/6245155/c...plane-grounded

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Oh dear! Where will they get the spares these days?? An A310 - I thought I was in "What Aeroplane" in the History & Nostalgia Thread
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Originally Posted by Asturias56 View Post
Oh dear! Where will they get the spares these days?? An A310 - I thought I was in "What Aeroplane" in the History & Nostalgia Thread
RCAF paying the holiday bonuses at Air Transat this year? https://www.airtransat.com/en-CA/tra...irbus-a310-300
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Waiting for a tug? Was it going to be beamed in?
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Waiting for a tug? Was it going to be beamed in?
Thatíll buff out.

It had to be said.
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Perhaps a Cunning Plan to get something a bit newer?
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The shiny bits do look rather nice ..................
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Originally Posted by India Four Two View Post
An RCAF CC-150 (A310-300) was seriously damaged during a towing accident at Trenton in October.

Reportedly jumped the chocks while waiting for a tug.
Did someone lose patience and decide to move her under her own steam? The mind boggles...
Or someone else has jumped to a conclusion!
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Seen many an aircraft jump chocks, the worry on that will be the front pressure bulkhead.
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Originally Posted by Asturias56 View Post
Oh dear! Where will they get the spares these days?? An A310 - I thought I was in "What Aeroplane" in the History & Nostalgia Thread
Well I thought it was something even older. I thought a CC150 must mean a VIP version of one of these:

https://www.google.com/search?q=c150...OCXkoaPeU1NsM:
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