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959 - Saturday, June 29, 2002 1:37 am

Name:

Rob Russell

Location:

London, England

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Just Surfed In

Comments:

Great to encounter this site ! I am a current BA Cabin Service Director in Europe 737/757/A319?A320. Joined BOAC in early'72 and started my flying with a 707/VC10 licence. Always loved the VC10, the Super was always so elegant, but from a cabin crew point of view the rest area at Door 2 left on the Standard was the best in flight feature! The panoramic view from the cockpit has only ever been beaten by the TriStar.

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960 - Tuesday, June 25, 2002 2:18 am

Name:

Harris Kaplan

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I was on the VC 10 that crashed in Ethiopia in April 1972. This was the first time that I knew what happened.

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961 - Wednesday, June 19, 2002 3:38 pm

Name:

NEVILLE BELL

Location:

llangollen n.wales

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ex BOAC/BA flight engineer. 6000hrs SVC10/VC10. My wife also flew on VC10'S as stewardess, great site , best of luck.

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962 - Tuesday, May 28, 2002 10:50 pm

Name:

Martin Viggars

Location:

Cambridge

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Comments:

I was a member of the Junior Jet Club in the late sixties and early seventies. My parents worked in Zambia so we flew the regular route to Lusaka stopping off in Entebbe. I can clearly remember G-ARVL from the log and also numerous visits to the flight decks. Sleeping on the floor behind a row of seats and the little plastic salt pots are other things I remember. Now, I live a few miles from Duxford and get to climb on G-ASGC about four times a year, marvellous.......

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

Name:

Philip Vieyra

Location:

Brize Norton England

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Just Surfed In

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

Name:

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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