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Live feed from Heathrow

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Cliff Evans
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Live feed from Heathrow

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Very interesting approaches in this weather. Live feed.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gln7T-xxE4k

John Vella
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Cliff, the great thing about retirement is not having to fly on days like this ! Regards John.

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Ray Watts
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Nice one Cliff. Not seen that channel before. Very enjoyable being inside seeing that going on outside
It's always calmer indoors :D

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Not sure about live. Went I played the link there was still a Concorde parked at the gate

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It was live yesterday. And the Concord has been there for years!

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Ray Watts
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If anyone's still bored with this weather, then there is a 6 minute highlight compilation from last week. The third plane landing is a Jumbo and it's fascinating watching the wings bending just like our gliders do, but then he nearly stuffs the left hand outboard engine on the ground after landing.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qPQQBvkM9IA

Ray
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Ray, I am afraid our plane spotter is talking b------s for dramatic effect. The no 1 engine was not really in danger of a pod scrape on that landing. Regards John.

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Twas good though, wan it šŸ¤£
It's always calmer indoors :D

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Very challenging conditions. That is why they paid us the money. The heart rates in that Flight Deck would be quite high and it would be a Captain's Landing. Regards John.

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