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Sixty years on, crash victims not forgotten
Three young Leicestershire RAF servicemen – Senior Aircraftsman Sidney Andrew Hodson, aged 20, of Market Harborough; Leading Aircraftsman Dennis Parker, aged 21, of Leicester, and Sergeant Jack Ward Spence, aged 29, of Loughborough – perished ...
The Most Scenic Airport Approaches In The World
Adam Twidell is the CEO and co-founder of PrivateFly. After 10 years as a RAF pilot, Adam moved to flying private jets before starting PrivateFly, and has enjoyed a variety of airplane approaches around the world as both an airplane pilot and passenger.
60 years ago: Lancaster crashes into Luqa village
The squadron had been flying Lancasters since 1946 at Fayid, in Egypt, and in May 1948, with the withdrawal of the British from Palestine, moved to RAF Luqa. By 1952, the Lancaster was showing its age. In fact, at that time No.
Air France A380 declares emergency after crew realise 2 passengers are MISSING
An Air France flight from Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport to Johannesburg, South Africa was forced to declare an emergency and turn around 45 minutes into its journey, after crew discovered that two passengers were missing. Crew onboard the Boeing A380 ...
Widow of avionics officer who died when Vulcan crashed in Malta still ponders
Sq Ldr Beeden was aboard the ill-fated flight from RAF Waddington to RAF Luqa, Malta, as an avionics officer. "David was a lovely chap," said Mrs Beeden, a former RAF nurse. "He'd been in the RAF for 20 years and had risen through the ranks to sergeant ...

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