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Remarks: On the approach to Rwy 13.
Remarks: Getting airborne off Runway 13.
Remarks: Under restoration at Aeroventure.
Remarks: On the approach to Rwy 31 during a training visit.
Remarks: Taxying to the Flight Centre after landing.
Remarks: The preserved cockpit of the Trident forward section preserved in the museum, now joined by nose of Trident 1, G-ARPP.
Remarks: On the approach to Rwy 23.
Remarks: Taxying for departure to Everett, WA.
Remarks: Parked up on Apron "C" waiting to depart in a couple of hours time.
Remarks: Holding at "J" waiting for a Rwy 13 take-off
Remarks: Being towed across the runway to its parking slot prior to departure to a new owner (LAN Chile).
Remarks: Taxying to its stand after landing on Rwy 05.
Remarks: On the Rwy 13 approach.
Remarks: Taking off on Rwy 31.
Remarks: A training machine at No 1 School of Technical Training used for engine ground running by apprentices (me included). It is ex XM961 of the Short Range Conversion Unit, RAF Odiham and still exists today as G-BBVF at the Museum of Flight, East Fortune in Scotland. It first flew more or less 50 years ago on the 5th January 1959.
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