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David Ashby - Moderator01/11/2013 12:42:52
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Posted by simon burch on 31/10/2013 19:19:37:

What type of models are allowed at the fly in. Can I bring the jets? Always wanted to come along to this as it looks like fun.

cheers,

Simon

Jets are fine Simon, there are usually several thumbs up

Vecchio Austriaco01/11/2013 12:51:02
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Pencilled into the calendar. Chances are good to have a mass build model for the 2014 event wink 2

VA

Nev Haycox01/11/2013 12:56:18
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I've just had a look at next years shift pattern and I'm off smile so I also plan to be there. This will be my 3rd visit and I will definately fly this time, I will, I'm sure I will, yes I willcrook.

See you there.

Nev.

Danny Fenton01/11/2013 14:25:41
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I will be there, camping as usual, if the gods are kind I will be flying a Hurricane and an Apache wink 2

Cheers

Danny

Chris Bott - Moderator01/11/2013 15:13:10
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Posted by David Davis on 01/11/2013 07:21:42:

I hope to be living in France by then, the weather's warmer and the wine is much cheaper but I will need to return to pick up bits and pieces (and models) which I couldn't take with me on the first trip over there so I'll try to combine that with flying at Greenacres.

Will my FFAM membership cover me for flying at Walsall?

David I don't know the answer to this, but I would think that if you bring documentation to show that you are covered by insurance to an equivalent level to BMFA insurance, and that it covers you at Greenacres, then I don't see why not.

Ian Jones01/11/2013 15:55:02
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I'll be there, have to be there, there might be some decent weather for once and I wouldn't want to miss it!

Then again if it's blowing again there will be more flight line time availablewink 2.

Ian

simon burch01/11/2013 18:19:19
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Sounds like I will be coming along then.....now where was that Pushycat plan??

jolliffee12/11/2013 22:37:25
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Would it be possible to get the address, I have no idea where Greenacres is?!embarrassed

WolstonFlyer12/11/2013 22:48:19
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Website with location is here. Greenacres model aero club

Edited By WolstonFlyer on 12/11/2013 22:48:55

jolliffee13/11/2013 15:23:08
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Posted by WolstonFlyer on 12/11/2013 22:48:19:
Website with location is here. Greenacres model aero club

Edited By WolstonFlyer on 12/11/2013 22:48:55

Thank you kindly - looks like I'll be there God willing!

David

ceejay13/11/2013 21:33:03
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Posted by David Davis on 01/11/2013 07:21:42:

I hope to be living in France by then, the weather's warmer and the wine is much cheaper but I will need to return to pick up bits and pieces (and models) which I couldn't take with me on the first trip over there so I'll try to combine that with flying at Greenacres.

Will my FFAM membership cover me for flying at Walsall?

if it dont then ring BMFA you can get temporary cover for a month i believe for a fiver

chris

Allan Bowker13/11/2013 22:29:58
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hotsmile d See you there!

Phil Winks12/12/2013 13:25:47
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I've booked my time of to attend whatever the weather
David Ashby - Moderator12/12/2013 13:36:32
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Well done Phil, see you there thumbs up

Phil Winks12/12/2013 21:00:00
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You certainly will do David, I'm sure you owe me a pint !! Or is it the other way round ?? Hopefully I'll have a shiny new A cert too

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Monz12/12/2013 21:07:24
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Will there be a tow plane to pull the Bucc up for some flat field PSSing?

Tony Richardson13/12/2013 06:01:24
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Don't know if I can afford to box a model at the rate Air Canada chargesno but it looks like I will be in the UK early june , would certainly like to put some face's to names I see on this forum, where is it and how do I get there.

 

Ps from Oxford or Reading.

Edited By Tony Richardson on 13/12/2013 06:09:39

David Ashby - Moderator13/12/2013 06:44:06
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Monique - I'm not sure, Simon Cocker has been along in the past with his tow plane so I'll ask him.

Tony - it'll be great to see you. details and directions are here. It all takes place at the Greenacres flying site, Walsall, near Birmingham, West Midlands.

Danny Fenton13/12/2013 09:03:56
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Hi Monique, we also have a member at GMAC (Matt) that does some tugging and I am sure that he will bring a tug so you should be okay. Perhaps confirm a little closer to the day?

Cheers

Danny

Jez Harris 113/12/2013 15:43:51
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I'll be there with the usual Dawn Patrol contingent.

I will bring a 1/3rd scale Super Cub with a tow line on the back and a Z62 on the nose for some vertical tows!

Jez

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