Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by editor, Apr 6, 2018.
Huge military flypast over London in July
I'll head down to Walthamstow Marshes which is on the flight path , saw a smaller flyover there a few years ago
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I would @ Downward Dog but he's probably flying the Lancaster or something
And as for kebabking he's probably 2's up in a Red Arra.
They had an old Lancaster in the transport museum in Auckland. Not as big as I expected.
Certainly not compared to the average passenger bus nowadays. I went for a ride in this one.
Lancaster taxy rides - Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
I was in the cadets with a bloke who went on to lead the Arrows - and I've had a very-serious-work-essential/jolly in a Hawk. Sadly however I won't be attending, as it's POETS day, and I knock off at 12....
Planned for the Mall on Tuesday 10 July at 1300BST.
Aircraft will formate over The Wash, The North Sea and Southwold, Suffolk and Southend from 1145BST onwards then route Swaffham-Thetford-Colchester to London and overfly Buckingham Palace. Subsequent dispersal will occur to the south and west of London variously over Kent, Surrey, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
Current rumour is that there are to be 109 aircraft involved (100 plus the Red Arrows).
Yay! Killing machines!
Cessna 172 only for me these days. Last year I did have the chance of a flight in an RAAF Hawk 127 and I thought, just one last time... In the end I respected the spousal three line whip and didn't do it. If the offer had been for stick time in an F/A-18F I'd be single now.
Don't worry. They probably won't kill anyone that day.
Looking forward to this.
That's beside the point. Cheering this shit on ain't cool
A bouncing bomb released just after Admiralty Arch with a final bounce over the vicky memorial and in to the balcony is something we can all get behind and celebrate
please yourself - personally i have no interest in how other people go to the toilet, but i respect your choice.
Of course it is. It's cool af. Superb testaments to engineering and all the progress that's been made as a result of the science behind their development.
You and me should go watch them together
I think they might need to update their testimonials page...
"Thank you thank you thank you for making my dream come true - it really was a Jim'll Fix It" moment." Jon and Jolanta."
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