1duro (19 October 2008 - 21:48 CET)
hmmmm, very nice ...
1maldek (19 October 2008 - 20:58 CET)
nice one !
1Mircea (19 October 2008 - 15:09 CET)
This is an Carpatair plane. www.carpatair.ro
2SilverWingPix (19 October 2008 - 20:37 CET)
There is no reference to this aircraft on Carpatair web page. In fact the owner as search
on the web came up with should be Sequoia Millennium Falcon Inc. So nthing to do with
Carpatair although colours are similar.
1Darryl Morrell (19 October 2008 - 20:32 CET)
Thats a real nice shot
1Scott Hadden (7 October 2007 - 20:11 CET)
Passed my Skills Test in that aircraft. Was part of the Tayside fleet operating out of
Fife(Glenrothes) airport. Cracking little aircraft. Good to see its still around in
2David Banks (25 June 2008 - 22:48 CET)
Had my first ever flying lesson in this beauty at Aberdeen Dyce airport (abz), circa 1998,
hope she\'s still going strong.
3Ashley Flynn (19 October 2008 - 01:56 CET)
That one did indeed belong to Tayside aviation. After that it was used for training at
truro in Cornwall from late 2003 in to 2004, which is when I flew her as G-TFSA (did my
first 3 solos in her) After that she was sold to someone in Derby I believe and had her
reg changed back to G-BITH and had abit of a respray.