Aircraft Washing At EIWF

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Lambada Crazy
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Aircraft Washing At EIWF

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You need to take away the fullstop at the end of the URL.
Good luck with the washing service :D
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Ehhh Andrew GOOD IDEA!! u and Brian might make a few bob!

aidan, we should start this for Atlantic and SouthAer!!! lol, (doubt it'd be allowed)

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Lol, Patrick - can you honestly see them fitting in a nice little washing booth at Southaer?! All the water would just run into the maintenance area... And, more than likely, no one would even use it...
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Those Piper Cherokees were probably last washed about a melinnium ago!
Atlantic would be too stuck up and tight to allow it......... :)
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Lol @ Frosty - If they were even washed at all!!!
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