Re-scheduled Kikenny Fly-In 2006

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Re-scheduled Kikenny Fly-In 2006

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Hi guys,

The Kilkenny Flying and Gliding Club have re-scheduled their fly-in as follows.....

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Will be there for sure :]
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See you all there, look out for the yellow Warrior bouncing down the runway :D

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Just out of curiosity, who from the forum is going to the Kilkenny Fly-in ?

ooh, and is there a competition for the longest takeoff roll by any off chance :D

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Was hoping to pop in for a 20 minute look-see bit it is looking less likely now.... ah well.
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Sure if things change, keep the eye out for the two dodgy lookin lads flying a yellow warrior ( or green ) with an alphaLaura in the back.

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I hope to pop in to Kilkenny after an overnight at Leterkenny, any1 have a definitive answer as to the weather?? Last 4 weekends haven't been the best..... :x

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Having not seen a sig chart, nor heard a forecast for the last few weeks I dont have the foggiest. But i've been told it's looking good.

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Looking at the charts for the weekend, that high pressure is settled over us until Saturday and then moves off NE. But hopefully it'll stay put long enough to keep any frontal stuff off us.
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If it differs slighty from what you predicted Laura, we're throwing you out halfway to Kilkenny.

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A few of us from Abbeyshrule in the Sambas should be down.

Keep us a burger or two!!


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Should be there, weather permitting - G-AVTP Reims Cessna 172 from EGLM via EGFA (bladder not what it used to be)! Then to Monamolin for a few days R&R.

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A few of us coming down from Donegal .... weather permitting !!

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Flyer1 wrote:Sure if things change, keep the eye out for the two dodgy lookin lads flying a yellow warrior ( or green ) with an alphaLaura in the back.


Heh. Nah I am well dissapointed I won't be there. I have never been to a fly in, and it would be so handy for me under different circumstances...

I'm actually going climbing Galty M?r tomorrow. SE mountain rescue's 30th anniversary climb to the site of the air crash which caused them to set-up.

Was out at the airfield earlier, and in fairness, the place is looking ship-shape! Hope the sun shines for ye lads, I'll be there in spirit. :P
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Unfortunately we didn't even bother to pull the aircraft out of it's hangar today. Cloud at 300ft and 6km visibility changed our minds for us.

Can't imagine there was a whole load going on today. Anyone know if there was any flying going on up there ?

Probably had a better view of the country ( and better visibility ) on Galty M?r Nano. Nice way to spend a sunday afternoon.

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