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Fancy one of these in the garden?

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Geoff Pearce
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Re: Fancy one of these in the garden?

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Would sooner have a 380 fuselage on stilts for a long workshop! :roll:

John Vella
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Re: Fancy one of these in the garden?

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I would settle for a Boeing 737 Max fuselage for a storage room. There should be a few spare soon.

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B Sharp
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Re: Fancy one of these in the garden?

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Sorry, it would just clutter up my landing area.
Brian. :)

MDev
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Re: Fancy one of these in the garden?

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And I'd have to cut the grass round it! Less flying time......

geoff_crew
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Re: Fancy one of these in the garden?

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On the bright side.................not much chance of a mid air :P

Geoff
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paulj
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Re: Fancy one of these in the garden?

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John: I understand the 737 Max8 software issues have been fixed, and they have carried out more than 200 test flights, so I think you might be waiting for some time for a spare for your workshop!

As a (very) frequent flyer, I don't trust them - the back story is horrific (cost over safety). The only airline I fly which uses them is LOT Polish Airlines. I have been in one, just after the first crash - I wasn't very happy about it! I won't book LOT Polish any more...

John Vella
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Re: Fancy one of these in the garden?

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Paul, on reflection the Boeing 737 Max episode is the most disgraceful event in civil aviation I have come across after a 30 year career as a pilot with some 7000 hours in command on 737s. Regards John.

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