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Old 16th Mar 2022, 19:01
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Eiffel Tower extension

Nicely performed, not the easiest spot to sling , would have been cool to see video with the pilots view.
around min 20 I bet he was thinking, "I should have taken the short line"
well done.
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Old 17th Mar 2022, 02:57
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AS355...? ... urban area airlift, they have to use a twin by regulation I guess.
not the best weather with these grey clouds blending out references.
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Old 17th Mar 2022, 07:11
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No need to have a twin, at least in Switzerland there is no rule that says so.
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Old 17th Mar 2022, 18:11
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Originally Posted by Bitmonx View Post
No need to have a twin, at least in Switzerland there is no rule that says so.
Youíre lucky, over here, if itís over a congested area then you require a twin AND OEI HOGE performance with the load on
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Originally Posted by Bitmonx View Post
No need to have a twin, at least in Switzerland there is no rule that says so.
I'm pretty sure that the Eiffel Tower is not in Switzerland?
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Old 18th Mar 2022, 11:14
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Originally Posted by OvertHawk View Post
I'm pretty sure that the Eiffel Tower is not in Switzerland?
Careful with the geography references. There are many Americans on this forum and they'll be easily confused.
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