A Classic Aircraft in a Classic Airline Livery.

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Nigel H-J
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A Classic Aircraft in a Classic Airline Livery.

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At Southampton awaiting passengers for a flight to London City Airport.
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Lined up on R/W 20 awaiting final clearance
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Manually flying and just slightly left of the 073 Radial to Mayfield VOR/DME, engine settings: prop and throttles set nicely to give indicated 146kts cruising speed at 8,000ft
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Preparing for the approach and landing to London City Airport
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Nearing Threshold
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Now for a cup of coffee!!
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Must be dense fog Nigel. Can’t see anything *-) EricT
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Nigel,
"Now at the age where I know I like girls but can't remember why!"
Maybe Eric remembered, and steamed his glasses up :dunno:

Your screen shots brought back memories; I used to watch them in & out of Northolt.
Dad used to work for BEA there, in the 50s, then went to Heathrow(?)
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Re: A Classic Aircraft in a Classic Airline Livery.

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Ah I see it now. Well worth the wait Nigel still one of my favourite aircraft of all time and it still doesn’t look dated IMHO.
Still on fs9 for now but I use the MAAM sim DC3/C47s. :thumbsup: EricT
Edit yes Mike, specs now cleaned. It’s the effect of old girls like the Dak. :agree:
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Very pleased you have been able to view the screenshots Eric, for a moment you had me a tad worried, maybe a small demister might work to keep the glasses clear!

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Nice shots Nigel! :thumbsup:
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Very pleased you have been able to view the screenshots Eric, for a moment you had me a tad worried, maybe a small demister might work to keep the glasses clear!
Maybe I should breathe harder Nigel.MrsT always says I’m full of hot air( and other stuff) :agree: EricT
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:lol: :lol: :lol:
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