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Historic Helicopters Open Day 9 March 2019

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JOLLY GREEN
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Historic Helicopters Open Day 9 March 2019

Post by JOLLY GREEN » Fri Feb 08, 2019 2:56 pm

Historic Helicopters Open Day - 9.30AM to 4PM on Saturday 9th March 2019 at Chard Equestrian, Higher Purtington Showfield, Chard, Somerset, TA18 8QY

Whirlwind HAR10 XJ729
Wessex HU5 XT761
Wessex HU5 XT771
Sea King HAR3 XZ597
Sea King HC4 ZF122
Wasp HAS1 XT787

Mike Cuttell hopes to join us on static in his fabulous, ex-Swiss Air Force, Alouette II (depending on weather and aircraft serviceability)

Further details will be published shortly.

mark@historichelicopters.com

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Re: Historic Helicopters Open Day 9 March 2019

Post by JOLLY GREEN » Mon Feb 11, 2019 12:31 pm

The focus of this Open Day will be the ongoing project to return Wessex HU5 XT761 to airworthy status. Come and join us for guest speakers and guided tours of XT761 and the Historic Helicopters hangar.

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Re: Historic Helicopters Open Day 9 March 2019

Post by Scudpilot » Mon Feb 11, 2019 5:13 pm

anything flying?
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Re: Historic Helicopters Open Day 9 March 2019

Post by JOLLY GREEN » Tue Feb 12, 2019 8:55 am

Scudpilot -

Mike is hoping to fly in/out with his ex-Swiss AF Alouette II and Terry is considering flying the Wasp.

We are also expecting some visiting Helicopters with numbers/types/timings to be confirmed. Watch this space for updates.

Please note - The attendance of any Helicopter depends on the weather and aircraft serviceability.

Cheers!

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