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A nice visitor to Weston yesterday (21/11/2004) N153H Bell 222 operated by Premier Aviation

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Nice clean aircraft, but he should lower the collective when letting in and out passengers, or maybe he has a step ladder that we cant see from this side. :wink:
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The aircraft certainly looks like it is sitting very high off the ground. :lol:

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Post by Whatsarunway »

CVR- all 222s seem to have this problem when light , its not the collective being up, its the lack of weight pressing down on the oleos, normaly only sticks on one side though which makes it look a bit silly!

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