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adysmith
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Post by adysmith »

By a bit of research I have noted that this aircraft, a Heron, was one of the last to be flown by Dave Booker (30-07-14) and has not been flown since.

I have taken the liberty of transferring this aircraft to Storage at Kemble for long term preservation.

Can it (should it?) be marked as non flying for preservation?
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Vc Ten
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Post by Vc Ten »

Would be a nice tribute Ade :thumbsup: I'm sure the aircraft could be made unusable and a explanatory comment attached
At the time I had issues with the Flight Replica's Herons Landing lights being read incorrectly by FSA. Dave put his Captains hat back on, and flew for the VA to prove to Flight R the problem existed. His efforts persuaded Flight Replicas to reverse their Landing light logic :fly: :fly: :fly:
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Post by blanston12 »

Brilliant idea.

I have changed the AC name to "Dave Booker's Last Flight" and placed it "On Hold".
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Post by JohnD »

Great idea. Can it be stored at Brooklands where Dave worked on his Vanguard?
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Post by adysmith »

If Brooklands still had an airfield and a code then yes, but it would be difficult without that
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