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959 - Sunday, August 25, 2002 8:22 pm

Name:

Andrew Daniels

Location:

UK

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Comments:

Wondered what was going on when I saw two VC10s heading back to Brize Norton in tight formation over central Oxford in June - now I know, it was because of the 40th anniversary thing. It was quite a sight - gave my girlfriend quite a shock. Often see the RAF VC10s over Oxford - people always look up because they are so loud!

Loved the site, came in from David Maltby's Flight Sim site, where I got VC10s for MS Flight Sim 2002.

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960 - Tuesday, August 20, 2002 9:26 am

Name:

Roy(Ryoji) Higo

Location:

Tokyo,Japan

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Just Surfed In

Comments:

It's great web site!!!
I make sure VC-10's quarily and history again.
I saw BOAC Super VC-10 when I was a boy in Haneda International Airport.(Tokyo) And 20 years ago,I saw R.A.F VC-10 in Kingsfort Smith International Airport.(Sydney)
I think VC-10 is one of beautiful form civil airliner as DC-8 or B-707.
Now old Japanese made desk model BOAC Super VC-10 smiles on my desk.

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961 - Monday, August 12, 2002 7:38 am

Name:

chris hewitt

Location:

perth, w. australia

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Just Surfed In

Comments:

Hi Rick,

I'd like to say a big thanks for the work you've done. They bring back a lot of childhood memories for me as a kid commuting between Heathrow and Beirut in the 60's.
I was wondering if you have any plans for a Viscount, Comet 4C or Trident 1E in the livery of Kuwait Airways from the 60's. These aircraft were mainly flown by British and Australian pilots who were based in Beirut as Kuwait didn't have satisfactory accomodation facilities in those days.

I have a good colour side shot of the Kuwaiti Trident if you're interested.

Regards,

Chris

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962 - Thursday, August 8, 2002 12:54 am

Name:

Lance Cole

Location:

Swindon UK

Referred by:

Just Surfed In

Comments:

Greetings. Great Site. Glad to see my VC10 book is included! After the book, my plan was to get the MOD to cut off some scrapped tail fins and mount them on a plinth at Brize Norton. better to get the British airports Authority to make a display of standing VC10 fins at LHR. Can you imagaine the sight of that as you drove in? Thanks for taking the time to make this superb site.

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963 - Tuesday, August 6, 2002 9:50 am

Name:

R.H.George

Location:

Winnipeg, Canada

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Comments:

My friend was Flt.Engineer on EAAC,5X-UVA.VC10,Died from burns received at Addis Ababa.18.04.1972.

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964 - Sunday, August 4, 2002 7:37 pm

Name:

DARREN LAWRENCE

Location:

MAIDSTONE, ENGLAND

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Comments:

EXCELLENT SITE. I WORK ON THE CONWAY ENGINES AT AN APPROVED OVERHAUL CENTRE IN CROYDON, SO I LIKE TO LOOK AT RELATED SITES.

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