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Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Sat Aug 12, 2017 9:29 pm

Last edited by donaldson1 on Wed Aug 16, 2017 12:43 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon - Blac

Postby TARGET » Sun Aug 13, 2017 8:44 am

Not a very clever place to be
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby C24 » Mon Aug 14, 2017 6:08 pm

:whistle:

At least the person taking the video didn't seem to have been filming from a vehicle.

Edit.
Am I correct in thinking that the magic eraser has been applied? :S
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby The Phantom » Tue Aug 15, 2017 6:46 pm

You certainly got some great footage on both those videos :thumb:
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby stuie492 » Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:01 pm

Looks a normal approach to me...this guy posted it on airshowforum and got ripped apart....i have to say I agree with them....theres nothing wrong with the approach....i think u can this guy who posted the video is ur first ever...fighter control...troll ☻
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby Richard B » Tue Aug 15, 2017 9:30 pm

stuie492 wrote:Looks a normal approach to me...this guy posted it on airshowforum and got ripped apart....i have to say I agree with them....theres nothing wrong with the approach....i think u can this guy who posted the video is ur first ever...fighter control...troll ☻

Looks a normal approach to me also, see this everyday at Fighter town Coningsby.
Not the best place to stand, thou over hypering a landing on Youtube may excite some.
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby deerhunter » Wed Aug 16, 2017 9:15 am

Looks a normal approach to me also, see this everyday at Fighter town Coningsby.


As we say in Blackpool, nowt special. Still it got the pulses racing.

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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 12:26 pm

stuie492 wrote:Looks a normal approach to me...this guy posted it on airshowforum and got ripped apart....i have to say I agree with them....theres nothing wrong with the approach....i think u can this guy who posted the video is ur first ever...fighter control...troll ☻


I got ripped apart? Ha Ha! I told all those Noobs on 'Airshow review' what time it was, You're just to much of one yourself to realise that. As for trolling that's exactly what you're indulging in with you're daft comment, What I actually did was post a video, No more no less, All that trolling business came later when the likes of you showed up
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Wed Aug 16, 2017 12:44 pm

The Phantom wrote:You certainly got some great footage on both those videos :thumb:



Thanks for that, It's good to now that this forum isn't completely populated by Trolls
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Sat Aug 26, 2017 3:34 pm

C24 wrote::whistle:

At least the person taking the video didn't seem to have been filming from a vehicle.

Edit.
Am I correct in thinking that the magic eraser has been applied? :S


There's nothing like a car spotter to foul things up - https://youtu.be/8z2pD-JG4CI
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 2:51 pm

More 'Naughty' people, The Atlas approach is the best!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7lwgmY3S94
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby Dan D'Air » Sat Oct 07, 2017 7:27 pm

Great low stuff there mate.
I do miss the Vulcan. What a fantastic aircraft.

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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Mon Dec 25, 2017 12:42 pm

Dan D'Air wrote:Great low stuff there mate.
I do miss the Vulcan. What a fantastic aircraft.

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Used to be a Vulcan on display at Blackpool, Unfortunately this happened to it - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz8y8I3A0ro
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby chrisward123 » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:28 am

donaldson1 wrote:
C24 wrote::whistle:

At least the person taking the video didn't seem to have been filming from a vehicle.

Edit.
Am I correct in thinking that the magic eraser has been applied? :S


There's nothing like a car spotter to foul things up - https://youtu.be/8z2pD-JG4CI


Give it a break Dave, just enjoy the wonder of aviation while we still can? Great video keep them coming however I agree not the best place to stand.
Can I just ask did you ask the farmer in Warton for permission to go into his property.... lots of people keep asking you with no reply. As you said to me on UKAR, you'll get busted eventually
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Sun Dec 31, 2017 7:57 pm

chrisward123 wrote:
donaldson1 wrote:
C24 wrote::whistle:

At least the person taking the video didn't seem to have been filming from a vehicle.

Edit.
Am I correct in thinking that the magic eraser has been applied? :S


There's nothing like a car spotter to foul things up - https://youtu.be/8z2pD-JG4CI


Give it a break Dave, just enjoy the wonder of aviation while we still can? Great video keep them coming however I agree not the best place to stand.
Can I just ask did you ask the farmer in Warton for permission to go into his property.... lots of people keep asking you with no reply. As you said to me on UKAR, you'll get busted eventually


Filmed at Blackpool Airport not Warton and It's a public footpath so no permission required.........
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby chrisward123 » Mon Jan 01, 2018 11:25 pm

There's nothing like a car spotter to foul things up -

Give it a break Dave, just enjoy the wonder of aviation while we still can? Great video keep them coming however I agree not the best place to stand.
Can I just ask did you ask the farmer in Warton for permission to go into his property.... lots of people keep asking you with no reply. As you said to me on UKAR, you'll get busted eventually


Filmed at Blackpool Airport not Warton and It's a public footpath so no permission required.........


Relating to the video you uploaded about car spotters fouling things up... I'm on about Warton, did you ask permission of the land owner to film from his property?
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:42 pm

chrisward123 wrote:
There's nothing like a car spotter to foul things up -

Give it a break Dave, just enjoy the wonder of aviation while we still can? Great video keep them coming however I agree not the best place to stand.
Can I just ask did you ask the farmer in Warton for permission to go into his property.... lots of people keep asking you with no reply. As you said to me on UKAR, you'll get busted eventually


Filmed at Blackpool Airport not Warton and It's a public footpath so no permission required.........


Relating to the video you uploaded about car spotters fouling things up... I'm on about Warton, did you ask permission of the land owner to film from his property?


It's not your land so it isn't any of your business..........................
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby donaldson1 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 12:50 pm

donaldson1 wrote:
chrisward123 wrote:
There's nothing like a car spotter to foul things up -

Give it a break Dave, just enjoy the wonder of aviation while we still can? Great video keep them coming however I agree not the best place to stand.
Can I just ask did you ask the farmer in Warton for permission to go into his property.... lots of people keep asking you with no reply. As you said to me on UKAR, you'll get busted eventually


Filmed at Blackpool Airport not Warton and It's a public footpath so no permission required.........


Relating to the video you uploaded about car spotters fouling things up... I'm on about Warton, did you ask permission of the land owner to film from his property?


It's not your land so it isn't any of your business..........................


Furthermore, I haven't seen any photo's/vids from this place since the new fence, So thanks again for ruining one of the best locations in the region........
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby deerhunter » Sun Jan 07, 2018 1:11 pm

Forgive me if I,'m missing something but wasn't it stated earlier that it was filmed from a public footpath , in that case how can a fence be erected.
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Re: Fantastically low Approach by Eurofighter Typhoon

Postby chrisward123 » Tue Jan 09, 2018 4:30 pm

Relating to the video you uploaded about car spotters fouling things up... I'm on about Warton, did you ask permission of the land owner to film from his property?


It's not your land so it isn't any of your business..........................

Furthermore, I haven't seen any photo's/vids from this place since the new fence, So thanks again for ruining one of the best locations in the region........


My point is what is worse, going on private land or parking on a public road???
There is an unwritten rule with this hobby not to go on Private land.
I do actually know the owner of the land very well, he is annoyed and doing stupid things like this spoils it for the rest of us so it is my business.... keep the locals happy!

There are plenty of videos and photos which are uploaded on here and other places and also I post a daily log on here... Why have I ruined it??? Please explain??? Childish Comments
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