I’ve been busy filming a new mini series, demonstrating aerodrome and radiotelephony procedures in the UK.
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We head north from Le Mans, with Redhill in our sights. We stop at Deauville for lunch and to clear customs.
Le Mans is best known for its sports car racing, but next to the race track is an aerodrome. We popped in there for an overnight stay, on our way back to the UK.
As we depart north from Carcassonne in the PA28, and climb to FL65, the oil temperature in the Piper Warrior’s engine peaks, causing me to consider my options.
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In August 2017 I was invited by NATS to film a piece about their Lower Airspace Radar Unit at Farnborough Airport. It provides services to aircraft flying around London’s main airports up to FL100.
It’s the news you and I have been waiting for. Oscar Romeo is almost out of the sick bay.
Our PA28 engine was in worse shape that we first thought. I visited the overhaul workshop to learn more.
I have news from Oscar Romeo’s annual. The annual is mandatory maintenance to light aircraft, and involves a five day inspection.