ZA150 at wings and wheels

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[quote="Jelle Hieminga"]

Jelle, looks like this thread is getting nowhere, maybe time to lock it out???

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No it's just getting silly and it's going nowhere, let's agree to disagree.....

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One could spend a tenner and see A40-AB at Brooklands instead!

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vololiberista wrote:One could spend a tenner and see A40-AB at Brooklands instead!
And there's another option to us :)
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Guys, can we give this a rest? All of the relevant questions have been answered and there's nothing to be gained by continuing this discussion. I'd like to leave the topic active as there's a lot of interesting information in it but if we're continuing further down this road then you'll leave me no option but to close it.

Please use your common sense, think before you post and don't pull me into the role of policeman. That's not the role I want to take here and I would expect everyone to be professional enough so that I don't have to do this.

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Message understood Jelle and apologies on my behalf.

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Paul, please ignore these negative comments/people. Thank you and the others so much for keeping 150 in running condition. I'm disappointed she wont be running at W&W but I'd be gutted to say the least if she was never to run again. I'll be making the trip to Dunsfold and leaving a donation, its the least I can do to help in a very small way a VC10 stay capable of moving under its own power.

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Gsxr600 wrote:Paul, please ignore these negative comments/people. Thank you and the others so much for keeping 150 in running condition.
Thanks
Gsxr600 wrote:I'm disappointed she wont be running at W&W but I'd be gutted to say the least if she was never to run again. I'll be making the trip to Dunsfold and leaving a donation, its the least I can do to help in a very small way a VC10 stay capable of moving under its own power.
Rest assured we have no intention having her as a permanent static exhibit. If I wanted that I would just go the Brooklands and look after A4O-AB, that would be a lot easier than the trials & tribulations we face in keeping 150 serviceable.

If you see me at Dunsfold say hello - we all have name badges.

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Paul

Ignore the moaners!!

I'm sure plenty of people will enjoy seeing '150 this weekend so enjoy showing her off! I'll do you a deal Paul, we'll make some noise with 241 this weekend for all of us and you can hopefully return the favour in the not to distant future!

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No objections from me!

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Its a deal then! --+0+--

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We had a very successful weekend with the a/c fully electrically powered - courtesy of Virgin Atlantic - and Shane Stiger (one of the Capt's that brought 150 to Dunsfold) talking to visitors in the cockpit, answering their questions. We had a queue all day.

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