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It's a pity I don' t have a medical certificate for my PPL anymore, a a&b, IMC and night holder I always wanted to fly the provost. Moving back to the north east this would have been a great opportunity. I am very jealous of all pilots of this machine at Newcastle.
Posted by Adrian C on 07 June 2011
My first posting in the RAF in the early 60s was at RAF Acklington on JPs so know them well and loved them to bits. Certainly brings back some memories. Good luck with the future air displays.
Posted by Michael W Beales BEM on 28 May 2011
I own/fly Jet Provost T5 N4XW. Was RAF X435. Great machine. Best wishes and happy landings.
Bob "Stambo" Stambovsky
R&D Jet Warbirds, Lancaster, california, USA
Posted by Robert Stambovsky on 14 April 2011
Posted by Neil McCarthy on 19 April 2011
jet provost at kemble bob
I think the jet provost display at kemble battle
of britain weekend 2010 [bob]
I am looking foward to the
display at the cotsworld
airshow this year.
love you jet provost xx
Posted by paul on 24 March 2011
Nice to meet you Neil today at Coningsby.
Nice aircraft. Look forward to seeing you again Very Soon.
Good luck with this years Air Show Season.
Posted by Trevor Marshall on 11 June 2010
JP at the seaside
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