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    Default A busy day's work at Frankfurt

    Spent an hour or so driving around the airport pretending to be working.

    LH1064 to Nice climbing out of 25C
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    Line up of heavies at Terminal 2
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    Aero Logic 777F holdng short 25C, positioning flight to Leipzig.
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    AI125 just arrived from Mumbai being marshaled to the Gate.
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    I recommend trying this at your busy airports! It's great fun.

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    Hi Big G, yes I've done it in real life lol, I worked at Manchester EGCC for just over 33 years.

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    I like this!

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    Great ones. Not much flying but great !
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    Nice ones but right-hand drive in Germany?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColR1948 View Post
    Hi Big G, yes I've done it in real life lol, I worked at Manchester EGCC for just over 33 years.
    Oh amazing! I currently work at sea on survey ships as navigation officer but i'd to work on the apron

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    Quote Originally Posted by kalizzi View Post
    Nice ones but right-hand drive in Germany?
    All I had available I'm afraid

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    havent had to do that in years...reminds me to do something like this

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    @ George
    [QUOTE=Oh amazing! I currently work at sea on survey ships as navigation officer but i'd to work on the apron
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    Wow! I love ships, I would have loved to do what you do my friend, have you ever put ships in the sim, I have a few times but the sea in the sim isn't very real?
    I've had Ship sims but find them a bit limited, I used to play Subsim (Silent Hunter 2,3,4 & 5 plus) few years ago, the sea in those is very good.
    I contributed to the conversion of SH2 to Pacific Aces, if you scroll down to the bottom you will see my sig Col7777 that was me lol.

    http://www.subsim.com/ssr/pacific_aces_review.htm

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    Now that’s a different view!

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