Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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saltysplash
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

Post by saltysplash »

Hi, could someone take a Viscount to Dyce EGPD for me to commence the training flights? The cupboard is bare :)

Many thanks

Geoff
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Vc Ten
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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Hi Geoff I've transfered G-AOJB for your training. It's based in Glasgow, but not sure if it's more use to leave it in Dyce for anyone else needing it for Tr's
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blanston12
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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Vc Ten wrote: 24 Sep 2020, 17:58 Hi Geoff I've transfered G-AOJB for your training. It's based in Glasgow, but not sure if it's more use to leave it in Dyce for anyone else needing it for Tr's
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This is probably my fault. I have been slowly moving moving aircraft to the mothball fleet and last week I tackled the viscount and vanguard fleets, moving many of them to Kemble, I should have remembered that Dyce was the trailing airport. Here again is the spreadsheet I have been using to keep track of this. Rows that are coloured green have been completed.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/ ... sp=sharing
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saltysplash
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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Thanks chaps, much obliged :cheers:
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simondix
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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I use the Viscount from Glasgow on a regular basis.
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blanston12
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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simondix wrote: 24 Sep 2020, 22:20 I use the Viscount from Glasgow on a regular basis.
G-APEY has been parked at at Leeds and has not been flown since 2012, I will switch its base to EGPF and transfer it, and change the base of G-AOJB to EGPD.
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simondix
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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Cheers.
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saltysplash
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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Both training flights for the Viscount and Vanguard complete if I could request the full rating.

Many thanks

Geoff
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blanston12
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Re: Gaining and maintaining Type ratings

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saltysplash wrote: 25 Sep 2020, 17:52 Both training flights for the Viscount and Vanguard complete if I could request the full rating.

Many thanks

Geoff
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