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Captain Mike Webster

Old 13th Dec 2009, 08:24
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Captain Mike Webster

Anyone have any news of Mike Webster ex BA Training Captain. PM if you dont want to post a reply.

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Old 18th Dec 2015, 09:52
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Capt. Mike Webster.

Lovely man. Posted unexpectedly in Sept 2015 following a short illness. Great friend of Leeds Bradford Airport where he opened the 1984 runway extension with several flights of a BA 747 and frequently visited whenever in the vicinity with a B747 of several subsequent employers !
Great fun. Much missed.
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Old 20th Dec 2015, 09:17
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Have spoken to you many times Gordon. (1st solo from R01 in 1963).
Managed to get a harrier into LBA but then it didn't quite need the LDA of a Jumbo. Bob Nash ,Geoffrey Percy S and Andrew Rackham come to mind.
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Old 30th Dec 2015, 22:17
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Great fellow who taught me a lot.

I will miss him.


Best regards to his family.


Kind regards
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Old 1st Feb 2016, 10:29
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Lots of happy LBA memories.

Have spoken to you many times Gordon. (1st solo from R01 in 1963).
Managed to get a harrier into LBA but then it didn't quite need the LDA of a Jumbo. Bob Nash ,Geoffrey Percy S and Andrew Rackham come to mind.[/QUOTE]
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Old 1st Feb 2016, 10:39
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Lots of happy LBA memories.

I recall ATC requesting approval for a low pass by the Red Arrows led by the son of Arthur who was by then in a wheelchair. I then found myself looking down from my first floor office at the whole formation scraping across the airfield. Arthur would have been very proud. I also remember the same son smacking a sleazy lawyer one evening and knocking him completely through the flying club plate glass doors for unacceptable behaviour to a young lady. I could write a book !
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