ACH FLYING CLUB LEG VII

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Today, 17:52


At 21 square miles, the entire UK overseas territory of Bermuda is smaller than some of the world’s larger airports. Located 560 miles east of Cape Hattaras, Bermuda depends on its airport for much of its contact with the outside world....
Well, here we go !

Tomorrow, 09.11.2010 at 1700Z we will cross the Atlantic (1967Nm) from Santa Maria to L.F.Wade Int.

(FPL-ACH0201-IS
-B752/M-SDGHWXY/S
-LPAZ0000
-N0456F360 GOMOS 36N036W 36N042W 35N048W 34N054W 33N060W BDA
-TXKF0435 KORF
-EET/LPPO0023 KZNY0175
GOMOS0068 36N036W0128 36N042W0174 35N048W0221 34N054W0271 33N060W0321
REG/XXXXX SEL/XXXX PER/M080 DOF/XXXXXX)

ETP FOR LPAZ/CYYT N35 53.21 W042 43.0 DIST 847NM
ETP FOR CYYT/TXKF N34 51.23 W049 01.0 DIST 800NM

CHARTS TXKF: http://fusionwings.com/viewpage.php?page_id=2
CHARTS CYYT: http://charts.ivao.ca/CAP7/CYYT.pdf
CHARTS KORF: http://dtpp.myairplane.com/

WEATHER: http://aviationweather.gov/products/swm/

Scenery Bermuda: http://www.fs-freeflow.com/index.php?in ... ew&iden=72

Maybe we can spot some whales during approach ;)
 
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Today, 18:52
There were no wales, :'( They probably disappeared to protest against exhaust smudges from Maciej's old engines....
But all landed safely. Waiting for the next leg, Tomasz.
 
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Today, 17:52
Rafał, my engines are almost new. In my opinion the reason that there were no whales were not my two engines, but your four, who smoked a lot more and made a lot more noise.
Thanks for yesterday's "jump over the water" and see you at the next leg.
 
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Today, 17:52
If the Lodge of scoffers that responds to my "almost" is what will be their reaction to yesterday's Arek approach to runway 24 and surprised that GS does not intercept his aircraft? :rofl:
 
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Today, 17:52
This is not slander. And here is the proof. ;)
[imgr]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_CmBBheEMiTs/TNvL_tTCT1I/AAAAAAAAANs/ulVZm4o5l8o/learjet.jpg[/imgr]

:rofl: :lol:
 
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