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11th Mar 2019, 21:47
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Posted By 207592

Comment supporting BV deleted.

Comment supporting BV deleted.
20th Dec 2018, 12:55
Replies: 734
Views: 438,878
Posted By 207592

Does all this correspondence mean that an EASA...

Does all this correspondence mean that an EASA licence becomes invalid on 31 March? How so? And what of aircraft certified by EASA?
6th Dec 2018, 11:22
Replies: 73
Views: 16,090
Posted By 207592

Been looking at the CAS' deputies. By...

Been looking at the CAS' deputies. By designation, one is a leader, and the other a planner. If re-organisation is on the cards, one is perhaps the better placed to wield the axe.
24th Jul 2018, 19:02
Replies: 142
Views: 30,621
Posted By 207592

The last time Scampton was earmaked for closure...

The last time Scampton was earmaked for closure the Red Arrows decamped for Cranwell (soon to be the RAF's only base) where their need for airspace saw them return to Scampton. I suppose that has...
21st Mar 2018, 12:50
Replies: 372
Views: 286,171
Posted By 207592

The Red Arrows are thought routinely to take...

The Red Arrows are thought routinely to take ground crew in rear seats to airshows when they plan to be based away from Scampton. Back seat rides are also a much sought after perk.

It is...
29th Jun 2017, 19:57
Replies: 4,905
Views: 1,324,057
Posted By 207592

Thank goodness for that ExAscteer. My Grandson's...

Thank goodness for that ExAscteer. My Grandson's Squadron seems to offer plenty of Outward Bound type opportunities, and flying from Boscombe Down, but not Annual camp at an RAF Station.

I cannot...
29th Jun 2017, 15:28
Replies: 4,905
Views: 1,324,057
Posted By 207592

Differentiation between the three Cadet Corps

It is a long time since I was a VR(T) officer, and still longer since I was an Air Cadet, so acronyms like MAA and VSO allude me! In my time, the Corps was organized in Wings, with the OC Air...
21st Dec 2016, 10:31
Replies: 2
Views: 1,535
Posted By 207592

Thanks you sycamore, but George was at this time...

Thanks you sycamore, but George was at this time a senior manager in the Post Office at Chesterfield.
19th Dec 2016, 18:51
Replies: 2
Views: 1,535
Posted By 207592

George Diack

An old colleague of mine - one time boss actually - now 93 years young, was a Lancaster pilot in WWII and is understood to have been posted to Boscombe Down towards the end of the war. Maybe he is...
9th Jul 2016, 18:06
Replies: 7
Views: 5,893
Posted By 207592

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/g-yakb...

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/g-yakb#a452f32
9th Jul 2016, 08:01
Replies: 7
Views: 5,893
Posted By 207592

On another forum there is a FR24 trace which...

On another forum there is a FR24 trace which suggests the a/a was operating from Boscombe Down and possibly heading back there. Vertical descend at end of flight pretty high. Was it under test by...
23rd Mar 2016, 17:13
Replies: 4,905
Views: 1,324,057
Posted By 207592

I read this thread with incredulity. Gliding...

I read this thread with incredulity. Gliding and AE Flying are the hallmarks ofthe ATC, what marks it out from the other Cadet Corps. How could HQ AC allow the cessation ofgliding? There is no...
24th Nov 2015, 15:12
Replies: 220
Views: 110,855
Posted By 207592

REDRAWN BOUNDARIES?

It may be that the solution to the Middle East is a re-drawing of boundaries to reflect the indigenous population, not the views of past colonial diplomats.
7th Nov 2015, 07:20
Replies: 2,082
Views: 2,290,284
Posted By 207592

CLOSE THE THREAD?

Now that it has been admitted that the aircraft was downed by a bomb, and another "dodged" a rocket a month ago, should this rumour machine now be decommissioned, with thanks to all those potential...
6th Nov 2015, 21:15
Replies: 4,905
Views: 1,324,057
Posted By 207592

BACK TO BASICS

As Victor Meldrew would have said "I don't believe it!" Well, actually I do, but I am prompted to ask if anyone has asked an Air Cadet what he/she would like to achieve on a gliding course? I' d say...
Forum: ATC Issues
29th Dec 2014, 22:05
Replies: 30
Views: 8,603
Posted By 207592

Routine evaluation of local application of nats service standards

I was intrigued by this correspondence. I could nominate Controlled Airspace (CA) for helpfulness and officiousness, but on balance I am inclined to the view that far too much airspace is...
21st Jul 2014, 07:06
Replies: 1,644
Views: 2,021,941
Posted By 207592

ANALYSIS OF PHOTOGRAPHS

Has any contributor examined photographs of the debris with a view of spotting damage attributable to a missile strike? I believe I saw fuselage skin exhibiting an outward bend to a panel edge, and...
17th Jun 2014, 21:40
Replies: 211
Views: 37,543
Posted By 207592

Caa statistics for aircraft movements 2013

I'm late to the debate, but the CAA website has a link to official statistics on movements, see UK Airport Statistics: 2013 - annual | Aviation Intelligence | About the CAA...
15th Jan 2014, 07:34
Replies: 110
Views: 57,793
Posted By 207592

OFFICIAL GUIDANCE?

Read this yesterday consequent to a renewed CAA instruction:


At the initiation of any go around manoeuvre, especially one near to or even in contact with the runway, workload...
14th Jul 2013, 07:29
Replies: 1,150
Views: 633,092
Posted By 207592

AAIB PRESS RELEASE & FIRE COVER

PRESS RELEASE

Date: 13 July 2013
Serious Incident to Boeing 787-8, ET-AOP,

at London Heathrow Airport on 12 July 2013
13th Jul 2013, 07:52
Replies: 1,150
Views: 633,092
Posted By 207592

REAL KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED

Sometimes, just sometimes, someone with an insight can indicate the likely cause of an occurrence, but it is instructive to read the rumour!

Is there an engineer among the forum with knowledge of...
6th Jun 2012, 12:12
Replies: 52
Views: 11,231
Posted By 207592

SUPERNUMERARY AIRCREW

Does anyone know who was crammed into the Lancaster's cockpit? From the commentary it sounded like at least one senior officer or civilian. The Flt Lt behind the pilot looked as though he had a job...
26th Feb 2011, 10:43
Replies: 398
Views: 105,546
Posted By 207592

Compensation

Davegb's idea is capital! Ensure that redundant students with requisite hours and experience leave with at least a PPL and advance loans for the more advanced to qualify as commercial pilots. That...
25th Feb 2011, 15:02
Replies: 398
Views: 105,546
Posted By 207592

GrahamO, Quite, and that is why I infer...

GrahamO,

Quite, and that is why I infer that senior heads will enentually roll. Senior Commanders need skills quite different from those necessary in their early career. In wartime they may need...
25th Feb 2011, 11:36
Replies: 398
Views: 105,546
Posted By 207592

More to come or deja-vu?

News of a career path denied by a change in circumstances is shattering, but it was the inevitable consequence of the “Autumn Review”. Red Line Entry’s contribution reflected the facts: the cost of...
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