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Harry Heijst

12 December. 26th and last leg. Reykjavik-Budel 1.230 Nm, totalling 16.673 Nm

As usual on long flights, we had to get up early, in order to reach our destination in time. However a problem with our INDS [Honeywell/Jeppesen softward for our navigation] upload caused us havoc. Since we expected this more or less, having tried the upload in the night after our ‘brutal’ arrival, I forewarned Professor […]

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Post by | December 19, 2018 | 2 Comments | Comments RSS

11 December. Twenty-fifth leg. Goose Bay-Reykjavik, Iceland 1.361 Nm totalling 15.443 Nm.

Though we knew for sure that the previous would haven the coldest outside, we also knew that this would be our longest leg, at least if we would not be obliged to make a stop at Greenland. All our rescue/emergency material was ready under direct reach of Sophie. Labrador and New Foundland on the map […]

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Post by | December 16, 2018 | Comments Off on 11 December. Twenty-fifth leg. Goose Bay-Reykjavik, Iceland 1.361 Nm totalling 15.443 Nm. | Comments RSS

10 December. Twenty-fourth leg. Montreal-Goose Bay, Labrador. 714 Nm, totalling 14.082.

preparing the PC12 in the hangar of AV-Fuel FBS in Montreal departing Montreal departing Montreal In hangar H-18 we met Pierre Gillard who made some photo’s of Pilatypus and placed them on his aviation blog: www.pierregillard.com/blog/index.html A flight of only 02:54 but with much better visibility than on our flight in the other direction nearly […]

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Post by | December 12, 2018 | 1 Comment | Comments RSS

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