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  • Rotorhead
    Junior Member
    • Jan 2000
    • 13

    Beachcomber

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  • andrewm
    Rank 2 Registered User
    • Jan 2000
    • 4456

    #2
    RE: Beachcomber

    Hah!!

    I beat ya!!!

    I posted a pic in janurary about the same airport. Mind you, your pic seems TOO much muder the ILS!!! ANy doubledecker buses about :-)

    Andrew M
    Regards, Andrew

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    • Rotorhead
      Junior Member
      • Jan 2000
      • 13

      #3
      RE: Beachcomber

      OK Beachie you win.

      Just as a matter of interest, any idea where the airport is? Not that I fancy going mind.

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      • GZYL
        Senior Member
        • Jan 2000
        • 1194

        #4
        RE: Beachcomber

        Yep... it's St.Maarten in the Caribbean somewhere!! I still want to lie on that beach with a 747 passing directly over me... what an experience that would be!!!!

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        • EGNM
          Sadact
          • Jan 2000
          • 3875

          #5
          RE: Beachcomber

          There is no ILS at St Martin - u're life is in the pilots hands!! - makes a change as opposed to the A/P suppose!

          Brgds
          EGNM

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          • KabirT
            Rank 5 Registered User
            • Jan 2000
            • 8157

            #6
            RE: Beachcomber

            This pic was titled as a too low approach...so normally its a little higher than this.
            "one is the loneliest number.."

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            • dan330
              Rank 5 Registered User
              • Jan 2000
              • 787

              #7
              RE: Beachcomber

              As mentioned in a previous post, there a similar beach in Lanzarote, but you don't get any 747's, largest aircraft is an A330. It still makes you want to duck as they fly overhead, but a 747 must great.
              I can always remember the rest of my family getting blown in to the sea from a departing Caledonian Tristar :-).


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