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  1. For all the pilots, wannabe pilots, aviation enthusiasts or people who have questions about aviation. It seems there are a lot of us here and it ties in nicely with our love of weather!
  2. My passion for weather comes hand in hand with my passion for aviation. How many here have the same hand in hand passion? I find that it's quite a common thing. Planespotting on a day with severe weather is particularly fun, I have a Youtube Channel as a hobby. Take for example, this video of a beautiful clear November day, frost just cleared (Hard frost the night before), and a light northerly wind.
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    Early Arrival

    From the album: Isle of Man Scenics

    Thomas Cook Boeing 757-200, G-FCLA on final approach to the Isle of Man, empty, to operate a charter flight to Palma de Mallorca. The Boeing 757 is the largest aircraft the Isle of Man handles.

    © 2014 Joshua Risker

  4. Last night, I watched an Unexplained programme on Sky covering the Valentich case. The young pilot who mysteriously vanished over the Bass Straight in Australia in 1978. I'd never heard of this case before and I found it eerily fascinating and very intriguing. There where various possible explanations as to what happened to him, from suicide, a 'staged' disappearance, the death spin and, based on his last communication with Melbourne ATC, a UFO abduction. So, what do you think happened on that fateful October evening in 1978? Do you buy into the 'alien abduction' theory? Did Fredrick Valentich really see an alien craft? Or.......did he intentionally disappear for some reason? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentich_disappearance
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