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Remarks: Crashed on 6 January 2012 on takeoff, fortunately both the pilot and passenger left the aircraft uninjured. This aircraft now stored indefinately at Andrewsfield. Canon 600D Canon 24-105L IS.
Remarks: An overview of Andrewsfield airfield as we approach Runway 27R.
Remarks: Landing runway 27L
Remarks: Enjoying the sunshine.
Remarks: Looking great in her RAF colours, taxiing out at Andrewsfield.
Remarks: Enjoying the sunshine briefly before this machine takes us back to base.
Remarks: Resting in the sunshine at Andrewsfield.
Remarks: Basking in the lovely spring sunshine.
Remarks: First in the database of this Tampico, looking nice and bright in the spring sunshine at Andrewsfield.
Remarks: Nice looking Tobago sitting in the spring sunshine at Andrewsfield.
Remarks: The wingspan of this 172 stretches almost out of shot at 10mm. Named 'the Missus' (see engine cowling) which fits in nicely with the registration too.
Remarks: This Cherokee is one of the earliest examples (1963) and shows the original thick wing profile of the first PA-28 models.
Remarks: The timeless design of the PA-28.
Remarks: First in the database of this one. The Auster is a classic British aircraft design, this 1953 version is seen here basking in the sunshine at the delightful grass airfield that is Andrewsfield.
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