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Old 9th Oct 2009, 02:01
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WOW! looks newer than anything i have seen in the GA fleet at bankstown!
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Old 9th Oct 2009, 02:18
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Not Microsoft Flight Sim. Like the white mark that gives alignment for the stick.
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Old 9th Oct 2009, 03:54
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Wandering Dave is on the money with both aircraft and location...








PS...Thanks Jaba for the pointer...was well worth the visit!!
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 02:18
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Name the Cockpits...

a) easy one



b) another easy one



c) bit harder



d)



e) Seems strange not to see these anymore...



f) It will be a more boring world when these are gone...

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Old 10th Oct 2009, 02:35
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a - Concorde
b - Something Russian
c - Caribou (?)
d - ???
e - 707
f - Caribou
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 03:29
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B. Yak 50

D. Agusta AW139

Cheers Bazza
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 03:47
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C is a Grumman Tracker
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 03:51
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a - Concorde
e - 707
f - Caribou


Bazza Boeing
B. Yak 50
Close enough, Yak 52

PF
C is a Grumman Tracker


What about d?
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 03:59
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D) Royal Air Force Puma?
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 04:23
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D) Royal Air Force Puma?
Close enough! Bristow Super Puma
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 08:01
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Passengers are happy.........



F/O did a good job to TOC....and no automagic stuff


And this all looks good.....even the Dr would love these numbers!


All makes for a great couple of days and a happy Jaba!
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 09:31
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Interior finished in the 185. Bloke from Casino did the job (works out of Aero Enterprise in Lismore). I've seen several other jobs he has done on aircraft and I reckon you would have to go a long way to find better.

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Old 10th Oct 2009, 10:06
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So who can tell us what the white line painted down the centre of the Mig instrument panel is for?
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 10:29
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Its where you put the stick when it spins!!
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 12:41
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Good one Tank'.

I actually read that in Chuck Yeager's Autobiography. A defecting Korean fighter pilot was demonstating the finer points of the Mig15 when Chuck asked the same question. If memory serves, he answered something like.. "If airplane spin, put stick hard against line. If it spins more than one and a half times (Ithink that's how many it was), you go!" With the Korean pilot making a hand gesture indicating one should eject.

Beautifully simplistic the Ruskies!
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 20:25
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I like that.....
Its where you put the stick WHEN it spins!!
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Old 10th Oct 2009, 21:52
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Told you that back in post 5950 Krusty
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Old 11th Oct 2009, 04:15
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Sorry FB. Eye's must've glased over when I read MS sim!
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Old 11th Oct 2009, 05:43
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Angel

Most times .. it was better to look forward, or out through the picture windows ..













Or watch the instruments..




..than look behind..





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Old 12th Oct 2009, 05:53
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