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    Reading the March Issue of Flying in Ireland I was just wondering if there was any other flying examples of Former Air Corps aircraft around not currently in Irish hands, off the top of my head there is the Spitfire, but is there any others out there?

    Shane

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    muppet

    AER Corps, not AIR?
    Tucco
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    Last edited by Tucco; 30 March 2007, 17:50.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tucco View Post
      AER Corps not AIR
      I think you'll find that boomer is correct

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        AER - Lingus

        AIR - Corps

        Now who's one of Jim Hensons creations
        "The Question is not: how far you will take this? The Question is do you possess the constitution to go as far as is needed?"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by ZULU View Post

          Now who's one of Jim Hensons creations
          Kermit?


          Catch-22 says they have a right to do anything we can't stop them from doing.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by boomer View Post
            Reading the March Issue of Flying in Ireland I was just wondering if there was any other flying examples of Former Air Corps aircraft around not currently in Irish hands, off the top of my head there is the Spitfire, but is there any others out there?

            Shane
            5 Spitfires, Dove 201, Provost 177, King Air 232,234.
            Bae125 238, 239. Casa CN235 250, Gulfstream GIII 249, Sikorski S61 257,
            Puma 242, Gazelle 241, Four Dauphins, Marchettis. These were/ are/ will be, flying, it would be interesting to know if any are now grounded.
            It is correct to say Air Corps.
            Tony K

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