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959 - Sunday, May 26, 2002 12:42 am

Name:

Philip Vieyra

Location:

Brize Norton England

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Comments:

good site, very interesting. I often fly on the "Queen of the Skies", as part of my job as a mover with 4624 Sqn Royal Auxiliary Air Force.
You can also. You can join as a part time mover. Once trained there are regular opportunities to fly on the VC 10.
Visit 4624 Sqn website or the Royal Aulixiary Air Force website for info. always vacancies.
cheers pv

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960 - Friday, May 24, 2002 9:23 pm

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Peter R Foster

Location:

Doddington. England

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Comments:

Very useful reference work. Please ensure that all my photographs are correctly credited and not to MOD as stated.

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961 - Tuesday, May 14, 2002 3:46 am

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Stewart Rushton

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Orlando, Florida

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As a Brit now living in Florida, it was great to find your site, used to fly on VC10's and Tridents in my youth, and am still a great aircraft enthusiast. Great site to read, will keep reading the news..

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962 - Monday, May 13, 2002 9:25 pm

Name:

Ian MacFadyen

Location:

Leeds, UK

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Comments:

Very informative, Well done.

Are there any pictures of the V1000?

I have a vague recollection of proposals for new VC10 variants, including a double decker version and, much later, one using RB 211s that was (I think) to be built on jigs recovered from the Chinese. Do you have any information on these possibilities (if I have remembered correctly)?

Keep up the good work.

Ian MacF.

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963 - Sunday, May 12, 2002 9:20 am

Name:

Chris Johnson

Location:

Perth, West Australia

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Comments:

Thanks for a great site! I have never flown on one, but seen hundrerds in my plane spotting days at ringway in the late 60's/early 70's. I lived on the flightpath to ringway (Cheadle) and always remember the 8.00am daily? arrival as it passed over my place (2-3 miles from threshold, I guess) and that characteristic wailing sound that appeared once it had passed overhead...Oh to hear that again :-) Keep up the good work!!

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964 - Saturday, May 11, 2002 5:44 am

Name:

Kenneth Barton

Location:

San Francisco, California

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Thirty years after my BOAC and East African Airways VC10 flights, I can still recall the excitement I felt boarding those magnificent aircraft! In the days before jetways, it was quite a thrill to stand on the tarmac beneath the towering tail of the most beautiful commercial aircraft ever built. This is a terrific site!

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