- Jan 14, 2009
Tetouan...wasn't that where Luke Skywalker came from?
when you leave the uk you realise how backwards we are now, we are the developing country now! wish our runway 14/32 was 2.896!Fight2win....The airport covers 1,102 acres (446 ha) at an elevation of 30 feet (9.1 m). It has two asphalt runways: 14/32 is 9,500 by 150 feet (2,896 x 46 m) and 4/22 is 5,009 by 150 feet (1,527 x 46 m).
This was my understanding of the situation at the time and at least the Americans taught us local youngsters the specific gravity of concrete, started to learn laying concrete at 7 and still nearly 7 decades later not forgotten the lessons.RAF scuppered any moves into the Vale of York to protect military operations and now it’s too late the Air Force is just about missing from the area.
Buy it for free then pay abit back monthly as Yorkshire airliners would be a new start up operator. Also with jet2 757s leaving LBA soon we need more 757s on the apron. im just drawing up my business plan now!An absolute bargain here guys......a good way to start off Yorkshire Airlines!
Nepal Airlines (RA, Kathmandu) has almost halved the minimum selling price of its last B757-200(M), 9N-ACB (msn 23863), after two previous attempts to sell the 31.4-year-old Boeing twinjet failed to attract any valid bids. The Nepalese flag carrier posted an invitation to engage in direct...www.ch-aviation.com
the 757 sound amazing and unique,you can tell its a 757 without even looking up bcos of its noise. great looking aircraft too with good performanceLove the 757 in particular G-LSAB flew back on it from majorca earlier this year awsome engine groan/scream on climb out. It will be a sad day when they no longer grace our concrete.