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1 - Tuesday, June 28, 2022 11:40 pm

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Ivor Horton

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Stratford upon Avon

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Most interesting! I was on the flight to Johannesburg in 1965. I was with IBM at the time and I processed the kinetheodolite data in the local data centre each night. I thought that the fuel stop was in Luanda? I seemed to remember going from the aircraft to a shed that was the terminal, the way lined by military types with weapons…

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2 - Monday, June 6, 2022 1:55 pm

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JF Arminio

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Bogota

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Landed here while browsing Pinterest. Your site is so informative, well documented and soundly designed. The VC-10? No, never saw one in the flesh, but loved it’s elegant lines ever since I saw one pictured in a book, long ago while still living in Ciudad Bolivar Venezuela

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3 - Thursday, April 28, 2022 5:45 pm

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John Garside

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Wellingborough, UK

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How do, Starting in 1964 I spent 2 years as an electrical apprentice at BAC Weybridge, building VC10s. Didn't do well enough in exams, but went on to operate and then program computers for a few more years. Fond memories. John.

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4 - Monday, April 18, 2022 9:43 pm

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David Hansen

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Ridgefield, Washington

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This site has been very informative and a great source of photos for the Super VC10 model i'm presently building. The story of the wing evolution was for more interesting than i imagined.

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5 - Tuesday, January 11, 2022 1:30 am

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Ransi Somaratne

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California

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In 1971 I flew on G-ARVH from Colombo to London - I still have my BOAC log book with the flight entry signed by the captain. It was my very first trip on an airplane and I still remember vividly looking down at the world below during the flight. It began a lifelong love of aviation. I would very much love to find a 1:200 replica of G-ARVH!

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6 - Tuesday, December 28, 2021 10:22 pm

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Hilary Wootton

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Cambridgeshire

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My father was an instructor on vc10s at Cranebank. We had lots of holiday flights on them.Visits to the flight deck for signing of the junior jet club book included. My dad loved that aircraft.How sad to see Cranebank now.

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7 - Monday, November 8, 2021 10:46 am

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Michael Dodd

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Brilliant, well done and thank you for writing and publishing this excellent material

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8 - Monday, October 18, 2021 6:28 am

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Steve Christy

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Huber Heights, Ohio

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Let Mr. Hall know that I flew on ASGH on Jan. 25, 1968. I still have my BOAC Junior Jet Club Log Book signed by a Captain Smith. It was the only time on a VC10, but it was a great flight except for having to circle around Heathrow for a while.

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