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Scottish Ambulance Service G-SASB

1 Alistair Bridges
(14 February 2007 - 00:31 CET)
Excellent Tony.

Private G-MOUR

1 Larry
(24 January 2007 - 21:44 CET)
how fast wil it go?
When was it first produced?

2 Alistair Bridges
(25 January 2007 - 00:30 CET)
It was a 50's design and was the main, fast jet trainer for the RAF, until the advent of the Hawk . However, not all pilots could fit into it and the Hunter trainers were used for such pilots . It's most remarkable feature was its rate of roll, at 400 degrees per second !

3 Wallace Shackleton
(12 February 2007 - 11:41 CET)
I met a Chieffie at Halton that cursed Gnats mainly because you had to take the whole rear fuselage off to do an engine change. The display team was called the Yellowjacks.

Flybe -

1 Alistair Bridges
(23 January 2007 - 23:51 CET)
Tony - 10x better than I could probably do - my tripod would probably have fallen over!

2 Wallace Shackleton
(12 February 2007 - 10:28 CET)
Tony, it's just as good as Martin's shot. It shows a fair deal of movement and the painting with light makes for a more interesting picture.

British Airways G-CIVH

1 Richard Barsby
(12 February 2007 - 06:20 CET)
Nice One! Love the angle, note the missing paint near the tail section.

China Eastern Airlines B-2381

1 Tony Marlow
(10 February 2007 - 17:32 CET)
Nice "two for the price of one" shot.

Tayside Aviation G-BCIE

1 Tony Marlow
(8 February 2007 - 19:48 CET)
"Bereft of life it rests in peace...this is an ex Piper!" :-)

2 Colin White
(9 February 2007 - 21:08 CET)
I did my PPL solo qualifying cross country in this in 1975 with Channel Aviation: Guernsey-Vannes-Dinard-Guernsey. How sad.

First Choice Airways G-CPEU

1 Tony Marlow
(4 February 2007 - 20:21 CET)
Aye right! When I go to LHR I don't even see the sun, never mind a sunset. Stunning shot.

Private ZK-WWM

1 Alistair Bridges
(28 January 2007 - 15:31 CET)
Lovely.

2 Greg
(4 February 2007 - 07:58 CET)
Beautifull,Love to own one

Evergreen International N479EV

1 Theo
(2 February 2007 - 13:57 CET)
Very beautiful birds, the early 747 models.

Air New Zealand Link - Air Nelson ZK-NEK

1 Alistair Bridges
(1 February 2007 - 02:44 CET)
Prefer the "Dash 8" - Well the short ones anyway, make a nice change from the stretched ones - or "Stick Insects" (in constant supply, from FlyBE )as they are known locally, in Scotland.

North American Airlines N768NA

1 Alistair Bridges
(23 January 2007 - 01:01 CET)
This is an airline I really want to photograph - it would help if I could get out to an airport as I've just finished 60 hours on-call.

Aeroflot RA-75478

1 Alistair Bridges
(21 January 2007 - 00:16 CET)
Lovely - great that they are still flying.

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