Sunday flying

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vulcanshammer
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Sunday flying

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Hi all, apologies if this question has already been asked and answered many times. Do any UK military airbases operate on Sundays? I assume this is a no but wanted to check! Many thanks.
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FlankerPhoto
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Re: Sunday flying

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Aside from the possibility of a couple of movements at Brize & Mildenhall, you won't see much.

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Re: Sunday flying

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Many thanks FP :up:
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Binbrook 01
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Re: Sunday flying

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Friday is better known as POETS day.... for a reason :cool:

P@ss Off Early Tomorrows Saturday...

So no unless its the display season, and you want to spend endless hours at somewhere like Coningsby awaiting the return of the BBMF or Typhoon
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Re: Sunday flying

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Binbrook 01 wrote:Friday is better known as PEOTS day.... for a reason :cool:

P@ss Off Early Tomorrows Saturday...



POETS day I think you mean... :facepalm:

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Re: Sunday flying

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Aye well when the dog is barking at the postman passing … you can forget to check....

She also barks at passing Chinooks as well... :tongue2:

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