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Here’s Flaps for November.
You’ll note it’s out just in time to call it “November” without falling foul of trade description legislation!
In this one, Elliott visits the Nimrod at the Manchester Runway Visitor Park and has a tour round the thing. (We’ll release the full 30 minute recording in the next day or two as a Flaps Extended.)
This month’s Flaps Fly-in is a visit to Goodwood Aerodrome on the south coast – one of the busiest airfields in the country.
We hear from Pablo Mason on old dogs learning new tricks – as he takes up aerobatic training
And we have a chat with Andrew Haines, the Chief Executive of the CAA, on cutting down red tape.
1.46 Elliott gets a tour of Nimrod XV231 at the Manchester Runway Visitor Park
13.02 Flaps Fly-in: This month we pay a visit to Goodwood Aerodrome
22.05 Mason’s Minute: Pablo Mason tells us about flying aerobatics
25.01 Andrew Haines, the Chief Executive of the CAA on cutting down red tape
36.46 Wrap up