FlyingInIreland Magazine - November 2007
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    FlyingInIreland Magazine - November 2007

    by mark » Thu Nov 01, 2007 10:09 am

    Hi guys,

    The November issue is now on sale nationwide. Most subscribers should have their copy by now. Here are the contents:

    - Irish Air Corps retire the Alouette III - Part 1 by Niall Grant
    - Irish Paramotoring Record
    - Air Corps Review 2006
    - The Italian Job - Kilkenny
    - News Feature - Aer Lingus
    - Centre Page Photo Spread - A photograph of the National Flight Centre fleet of aircraft
    - Dr. Tony Ryan - Died October 3rd
    - Dublin News
    - Aviation News from around the Country
    - Aircraft Register
    - Aerochute - New Powered Parachute

    For more details visit http://flyinginirelandmagazine.com/current_issue.htm

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    Comments welcome....
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    by C152 » Fri Nov 02, 2007 8:57 am

    Got it yesterday :D
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    by Tony Kearns » Fri Nov 02, 2007 10:01 am

    Well done to Mark and the team for getting the Mag up and running. Give them the support they need by buying it and not just having the free read as I have seen in Easons. It only cost a little over the cost of a pint!
    Tony K
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    by Maverick » Fri Nov 02, 2007 5:24 pm

    Likewise,well done Mark on another great issue of the mag....I must say the 2-page spread of the NFC fleet is quite impressive!
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    by littlespitfire » Tue Nov 06, 2007 11:04 pm

    Hi Mark

    Thanks for publishing our piece in this months issue and for your editorial comments.
    Indeed we were busy this summer with over sixty kids fron Limerick and Clare taking to the skies courtesy of our Young Eagles Pilots at Limerick Flying Club.
    Its a great way to involve young people in aviation, and the pilots get a kick from the kids faces beaming with smiles after (mostly !)

    Its open to everyone to join up, if anyone wants to know more or wants to join the Shannon EAA Chapter 1309 you can contact us at

    littlespitfire@gmail.com

    As always, I enjoy the magazine

    Thanks Mark

    Jane Magill YE Co Ordinator Ch 1309
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    by RV BLUE » Fri Nov 09, 2007 11:16 am

    Maverick wrote:Likewise,well done Mark on another great issue of the mag....I must say the 2-page spread of the NFC fleet is quite impressive!


    There is a small error in the caption, the three jets are two Cessnas and in the middle is a Bechcraft Hawker 700, I could be wrong...??
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    by mark » Fri Nov 09, 2007 12:24 pm

    Hi RV-Blue,

    The two smaller jets are Citation I's and the centre jet is a Citation IV (Ce650) registered N606AT. It does look a bit like a Hawker 700 though.

    Thank you everybody for your feedback so far.
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