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  • TonyT
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    Fancy a Huey flight?

    Soon to be a reality

    https://www.caa.co.uk/News/Hueys-get...tid=4294967430
  • SADSACK
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    #2
    Fantastic! My first flight was in a Jet Ranger
    pb::

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    • Lingo Dog
      Rank 1 Registered User

      #3
      Ah, the type with the built-in vertical bounce!

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      • Lingo Dog
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        #4
        And who is Lingo Dog I hear you ask?
        'Tis but I, who used to be Rosevidney1 before I was caught in a computer limbo before being (greatly) assisted by 'James', the weaver of wizardry!
        Last edited by Lingo Dog; 12th October 2018, 15:30. Reason: Can't spell computer!

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        • RetreatingBlade
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          #5
          Been there, done that. Many times. 324 bounces per minute. The 212 was smoother and faster.
          If things don't change, they'll stay the way they are.

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          • J Boyle
            With malice towards none

            #6
            Speaking of which, my first helicopter flight was in a military 212 (UH-1N) while in university.
            While no Spitfire...If one considers themself a fan of historic aviation, a flight in a Huey is well worth doing...despite its lack of significant use/history in the UK.
            There are two sides to every story. The truth is usually somewhere between the two.

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            • TEXANTOMCAT
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              #7
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