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Bigger aircraft are coming to Inverness.

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Hoorah, 737s are set to arrive at EGPE - Inverness.

 

Great news for the area as due to a surge in popularity KLM will operate from a bigger 'Boeing 737' aircraft this summer to keep up with the demand.  

The Amsterdam air link brings people from all over the globe to the the Highlands and is a welcome boost to the local economy.  

https://www.inverness-courier.co.uk/News/Extra-summer-flights-to-give-economy-a-lift-16012018.htm

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How long can it be before we have a photo of you staring through the airport fence.  I've been known to do that a time or three.

 

John

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6 hours ago, Andrew Godden said:

So I guess this means you can get to the flight sim show at Lelystad more easily. :D

Yeah, that would be good to do again. It means we could travel in greater style.

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6 hours ago, allardjd said:

How long can it be before we have a photo of you staring through the airport fence.  I've been known to do that a time or three.

 

John

I might just do that John. :P

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38 minutes ago, needles said:

I might just do that John. :P

 

6 hours ago, allardjd said:

How long can it be before we have a photo of you staring through the airport fence.  I've been known to do that a time or three.

 

John

 

Yeah, looking like the forlorn puppy in the window with his sad face, droopy ears, and sloppering, moist tongue hanging out. :rofl:

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57 minutes ago, Andrew Godden said:

 

 

Yeah, looking like the forlorn puppy in the window with his sad face, droopy ears, and sloppering, moist tongue hanging out. :rofl:

And your point is Andy?:P

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I visited Inverness in 2016, it's a beautiful city and felt like it was going places, I sensed a lot of positivity about the place. This can only be good news for the local economy.

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On 18/01/2018 at 03:48, allardjd said:

How long can it be before we have a photo of you staring through the airport fence.  I've been known to do that a time or three.

 

John

 

Do that at Heathrow these days and the boys in blue will desend  upon you faster than you can say "Stinger".

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I've had that happen to me at Ocala, not by the police but by the local FBO manager who wanted to know why I was taking pictures of all the buildings.  Those photos were for use by Dree to make his Ocala airport scenery, which I explained to her, carefully avoiding the fact that said developer was in a foreign country.  I don't think she was really too happy with the answer, perhaps hoping for an "Alahu Akbar" so she could be a heroine and call the gendarmes, but she grunted and returned to whatever she was doing and left me alone.  I hope I spoiled her day.

 

I've also been told that many of the bizjet passengers who transit through here (and who probably have a higher opinion of their importance than I do) aren't too keen on cameras at the fence line and expect the FBO to discourage that as much as legally possible and maybe a little more.  It would probably burst their bubble to know we're interested in photographing the aircraft, not them.

 

John

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