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Serious Incident: two Boeing 737 8AS aircraft, EI-EFF and EI-DHA, Dublin Airport, on

Old 27th Dec 2015, 17:49
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Indeed.
A Dog wags its tail. The tail don't wag the dog!

I remember once at CDG a few years ago hearing a large US transatlantic flight being cleared for take off, it was 09R, not that it matters.

Then ATC told them to stop.

'Negative, we're rolling' came the swift reply.

I said nothing, but "respect" formed briefly in my mind.
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Old 27th Dec 2015, 18:27
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Count: CAP413 being an internal UK-specific document, does it count?
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