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417 - Saturday, August 2, 2008 9:43 pm

Name:

A.S.Mathew

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U.S.A.

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After staying one night in London (reaching from India) I had to borad
a VC 10 of BOAC. My two friends forgot to take their travel documents from the hotel, so I had to get them
through the help of the hotel bus. So, we got lucky, all the economy seats were filled, so we got seats in
first class, and it was a treat without
paying a dollar extra. The take off
was smooth and less noisy than Boeing
707. After one stop at Montreal, we
were safely reached in Chicago on 10th
January, 1971. It was great aircraft
of that era of aviation.

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418 - Thursday, July 31, 2008 11:27 am

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Pete Foster

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First flew in the magnificent VC 10 in March 1971.Manchester to New York,La Guardia.
Never forget it !!

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419 - Wednesday, July 23, 2008 1:34 am

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daniel welland

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canada

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My father flew Vc-10s for B.O.A.C and BA and Gulf Airways retired when they retired Now lives in Nova Scotia

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420 - Tuesday, July 15, 2008 3:45 pm

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Joel Kosminsky

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I joined BOAC in Sep69; frequent flyers, usually Americans would moan that the VC10 was slower than the 707. 'Ah yes, but quality before quantity...' and give them a [pre-decimal currency] threepenny bit (coin with 12 sides). 'Balance it on a 707's armrests, in flight...' Impossible; then we'd say, 'then do it on a VC10' (very possible) and sell them the smoother, quieter ride. Never mind the 'basket-weave' interiors! Class always shows - great website.

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421 - Sunday, July 6, 2008 8:56 pm

Name:

Steve Date

Location:

Bristol

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worked for BAe in the 80's. Worked on the tanker conversion program and remember the tail spar incident. What has not been mentioned is the loss of a hose reel over wales in the early part of the 80's whilst testing ZA141.(landed on a welsh farm) sad to hear that the K2's are now scrapped. It was a nice aircraft but had its testing time whilst doing the conversion mod. After this worked on the F111 (another aircratf that has been moth balled and scrapped). Nice site with plenty of info.

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422 - Friday, July 4, 2008 8:17 pm

Name:

Paul Boulter

Location:

Lancaster Pa USA

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Hoping to locate the following ex AS on 10 Sqn 1984-1988 Barry Penny,Mick Stoppford,Phill Bissil,Graeme Squires,Fletch the Letch(Chris FLetcher) and Tony Willis and Nick who married Sharon(american girl) and moved the NY area??.. Paul Boulter

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423 - Friday, July 4, 2008 8:11 pm

Name:

Paul Boulter

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Lancster PA USA

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Would love to hear from ex Air Stds from 1984-1988.. Have lived and worked in the USA for 11 years..**UNITED AIRLINES**(UAL)..E mail me at the above address: Pauluanne@hotmail.com

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424 - Tuesday, July 1, 2008 10:57 am

Name:

Bob Butt

Location:

Carterton

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Comments:

Nice site. Worked on this beast for 19 years in the raf all mks c1 k2 k3 k4.WO Butt MBE

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