DHL 757

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RRconway
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DHL 757

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There is currently one of our old 75s floating around the west country. G-BIKX which I thought was now with DHL but has the callsign ETP88.
Does anybody know what its doing or who it is with? ETP? Empire Test Pilot?

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Jeff
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I can't embed this but I answered a similar question on Twitter a few days ago: https://twitter.com/cg_341/status/1257278800133570560

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Thanks both for the information.

Thats a shame, G-BIKX was one of the first aircraft I worked on after my apprenticeship in 1991, I was hoping it was in a new phase of life as a test aircraft.

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I remember one flying over my head on Beachy Head at the 2005 Eastbourne airshow; it then went on to give an impressive display in ever worsening conditions

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