Herbst in Rhein/Main

by Volker Weber

Capt. Hajo und Stephan Hirch unterwegs mit der Jule

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Sehr schön. Hat der Fotograf einen flickr-Account?

Andreas Braukmann, 2012-10-27 11:31

Fine music too - here's some more.

Nick Daisley, 2012-10-28 09:39

Incidentally, this plane appears to be the 'sister' of D-ECJB that was illicitly flown into Red Square back in 1987, and now graces a Berlin technical museum!

Nick Daisley, 2012-10-28 09:45

@Nick: D-ECJB was indeed a "sister" of "JL", but not the plane flown to the red square. D-ECJB was born in 1970 as a F172H, serial #732, Juliet Lima in the same year with serial #742. Both are of course French-Amercians, born in Reims, France (... as you may noticed by the posh red shoes of JL ;-).

The original D-ECJB was de-registered due to a crash and the tailnumber subsequently reused by the "red square" F172P. Anyway: I'm asked this question all the time by insiders ;-)

Hajo Schmitt, 2012-10-29 12:23

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