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Tiger Moth tomorrow weather permitting

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Thanks to Alan and Nicola,I hope to be flying in a Tiger Moth from Duxford.As long as the weather is good.If it goes to plan I will post some Pics.



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Oh nice Ian, I do believe the forecast is good for the weekend, any mist hopefully will clear quickly. Enjoy the experience:party:



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Hi everyone The weather was kind for us we arrived at Duxford after a briefing over to the plane, once we took off the pilot turned to the right he told me to hold the stick to see how the plane responds he then said you have control we headed towards a tower, which is 800 foot high, increasing our hight to clear the tower, he then got me to turn to the left then right, we then made our way back to the airfield, very strange feeling but great.Now the wish list to fly inverted over the Grand Cannon and to fly with the Red Arrows.I can only wish, all in all a great day


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