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Thread: Airworthy Meteor T7

  1. #1
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    Airworthy Meteor T7

    Off to the U.S very soon 😢

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    That's a pity - where to?
    Listening out for something interesting approaching...

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    Sad to hear. But it was good while it lasted.

    So now we've lost this and the F-86A, does anything now qualify as the UK's oldest airworthy jet?

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    Sad to see her go, but it seems to be to a good home. They seem to have an affinity with British post-war jets!
    Listening out for something interesting approaching...

  6. #6
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    Be nice to see it fly with an Me262
    Give a man a fish and eat for a day. Give a man a fishing rod and he'll eat for a lifetime. Give a man religion and he'll die praying for a fish!

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    What a shame!! This beautiful airworthy Meteor should stay in the UK. Already too many significant historic aircraft have been lost to the US.

    Jur

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    At least it will be kept flying rather than being grounded.

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    Any news on the NF?

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