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26th Mar 2017, 13:07
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Posted By terry holloway

Quite! One could also blame the organisers and...

Quite!
One could also blame the organisers and the ADD! It always requires a chain of events!
26th Mar 2017, 11:58
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Posted By terry holloway

That is hardly fair to the CAA, notwithstanding...

That is hardly fair to the CAA, notwithstanding that they have tighneded their rules.
The cause is his failure to safely complete the planned manoeuvre. Other causes include the owner putting him...
22nd Mar 2017, 19:45
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Views: 469,239
Posted By terry holloway

It's rather difficult to separate the two, and...

It's rather difficult to separate the two, and PPrune must be delighted that the thread is generating so much interest. It's a pity that so much of it is uninformed rubbish which will neither change...
20th Mar 2017, 19:26
Replies: 100
Views: 43,125
Posted By terry holloway

The RAF, an organisation independent of PPrune,...

The RAF, an organisation independent of PPrune, appear to have selected Lossie already according to an interview in the Specialist Aviation Press!
13th Mar 2017, 17:52
Replies: 48
Views: 8,101
Posted By terry holloway

Well said! I may have said something similar on...

Well said! I may have said something similar on an earlier post in which I pointed out the POH permits spinning but you have painted a fuller picture.
However, that said, there is a growing demand...
13th Mar 2017, 15:48
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Views: 469,239
Posted By terry holloway

This has to be a joke post! At the great height...

This has to be a joke post!
At the great height of North Weald at 321amsl, and assuming 25C, the TAS is very marginally higher than the IAS: specifically TAS was 115Kts, and the ground speed is...
11th Mar 2017, 16:08
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Views: 469,239
Posted By terry holloway

The question about briefing is an interesting...

The question about briefing is an interesting one, and my "confidence" in former RAF Pilots leads me to suggest that most solo display pilots in this type of aircraft would undertake a comprehensive...
11th Mar 2017, 10:18
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Views: 469,239
Posted By terry holloway

At the end of the day, the various musings on...

At the end of the day, the various musings on this thread, which have seemingly already sadly caused disagreements between old friends/colleagues are largely irrelevant, and will probably not...
11th Mar 2017, 09:36
Replies: 41
Views: 7,393
Posted By terry holloway

I agree, and when I flew past on Monday (from a...

I agree, and when I flew past on Monday (from a go round at Langham, looking for the proprietor!), there was a very empty field! Cromer International was equally deserted, for reasons well understood!
11th Mar 2017, 09:30
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Views: 469,239
Posted By terry holloway

It's a statement that ex military jets can be...

It's a statement that ex military jets can be flown in displays in ways which please the crowd whilst at the same time minimising risk.
Two asides about aerobatics:
1.Whilst exercising my DA I have...
11th Mar 2017, 08:44
Replies: 41
Views: 7,393
Posted By terry holloway

Many of us flying in this area have real concerns...

Many of us flying in this area have real concerns about the risk of collisions with gliders as well as other traffic. There is invariably no radar cover outside of controlled airspace and apart from...
11th Mar 2017, 08:25
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Views: 469,239
Posted By terry holloway

Which he presumably also suffered at the...

Which he presumably also suffered at the Southport display?

At least this series of (sometimes extraordinary) posts is providing a remarkable "beauty parade" of experts to spring to his defence...
8th Mar 2017, 17:01
Replies: 48
Views: 8,101
Posted By terry holloway

That's not true. Check the POH. In the Utility...

That's not true. Check the POH.
In the Utility Class (low weight) they can be spun. There are however warnings about how to: low deaccceleration and minimal "forces ". But then why would you want...
27th Feb 2017, 16:33
Replies: 12
Views: 2,390
Posted By terry holloway

The economics of purchasing any new aircraft,...

The economics of purchasing any new aircraft, particularly where the exchange rates sit at present, is difficult, and we are having to accept higher maint costs on an aging fleet of C172s which we...
27th Feb 2017, 16:20
Replies: 0
Views: 1,517
Posted By terry holloway

Silver Tornado F3

I've just been in the London Silver Vaults, and have seen a very handsome solid silver model of an F3 which might be of interest?
Send me a PM if you want details. It's a snip at less than 1,500!
27th Feb 2017, 09:39
Replies: 28
Views: 7,500
Posted By terry holloway

Hoho! And they don't speak very clearly either!

Hoho! And they don't speak very clearly either!
27th Feb 2017, 09:36
Replies: 47
Views: 10,104
Posted By terry holloway

I regularly need to change tanks on long...

I regularly need to change tanks on long overwater trips and my heart always races when I do so!
However, some long distance flyers routinely and deliberately empty tanks in order to use all the...
27th Feb 2017, 09:31
Replies: 28
Views: 7,500
Posted By terry holloway

I would be interested to know more about U2...

I would be interested to know more about U2 operations at Alconbury. I didn't realise they were HAS based. I had a lot to do with the U2 at Mildenhall in the 70s and 80s and they were in purpose...
26th Feb 2017, 21:34
Replies: 28
Views: 7,500
Posted By terry holloway

Quite! I wonder where that one was!

Quite! I wonder where that one was!
26th Feb 2017, 21:02
Replies: 47
Views: 10,104
Posted By terry holloway

There is a very good and professionally written...

There is a very good and professionally written Sea Survivlal document issued by GASCo.
I don't think the even better RAF documents are available outside of the military.
26th Feb 2017, 20:55
Replies: 28
Views: 7,500
Posted By terry holloway

Hardened Aircraft Shelterss

How interesting to see a1980s HAS in use in the TV programme SS-GB which is based in 1941!
26th Feb 2017, 20:34
Replies: 47
Views: 10,104
Posted By terry holloway

What none of us have said clearly enough to the...

What none of us have said clearly enough to the thread starter, is that it's not that difficult and it's great fun to fly into and around Europe!!
26th Feb 2017, 18:39
Replies: 47
Views: 10,104
Posted By terry holloway

A long time ago! There used to be a low level VFR...

A long time ago! There used to be a low level VFR corridor from Dover to Cap Gis Nez at 1,500 ft ( I think!). In the 60s there was a lightship on the route! However these days one flies in the open...
26th Feb 2017, 18:00
Replies: 47
Views: 10,104
Posted By terry holloway

Quite right, the engine doesn't know it's over...

Quite right, the engine doesn't know it's over water but sometimes they do stop! Therefore you need to read up on water "landing" technique and be dressed to survive. That includes a lifelacket and a...
26th Feb 2017, 17:27
Replies: 35
Views: 7,113
Posted By terry holloway

Roly Falk certainly flew the Vulcan wearing a...

Roly Falk certainly flew the Vulcan wearing a business suit and sunglasses, but none of the photos I have seen show him in a "country tweed suit"! He took his wife on o e (or maybe more) flights in a...
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