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    747 shell anyone ?

    Kalitta Cargo.

    RTO and runway overshoot, brussels, yesterday. No serious injuries (4 out of 5 crew members had light injuries).

    Good opportunity to get a 747 shell on europes mainland?

    MichelvdM ? something for you ?

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    Nice.. Not much left of that is there? although the flight deck appears to be in good shape if you know how to clean blood stains
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    With respect to what this crash could've resulted in but didn't...

    That front slide looks steep! Fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnoize View Post
    Kalitta Cargo.

    RTO and runway overshoot, brussels, yesterday. No serious injuries (4 out of 5 crew members had light injuries).

    Good opportunity to get a 747 shell on europes mainland?

    MichelvdM ? something for you ?

    LOL, I was just thinking that Stef!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevor Hale View Post
    Nice.. Not much left of that is there? although the flight deck appears to be in good shape if you know how to clean blood stains
    Nahhhh.... no blood stains....

    If people got seriously injured, i wouldnt have posted it this way. Just some bruises according to the reports....

    Can imagine the slide alone would cause some bruises too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by efecemelci View Post
    With respect to what this crash could've resulted in but didn't...

    That front slide looks steep! Fun!
    very lucky indeed. The 747 was loaded with full on its way to the middle east. Dont want to think of what could have happened.

    The lines in front are of a railway that also accomodates high speed trains... could be much worse !

    Slide looks steep indeed. Maybe because its going right into a ditch ?

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    They did that because they could'nt afford to fill the fuel tanks anymore.
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    WOW!
    This is a time when truly first class is not the place to be Thanks for the pic Stef LOL Im leaving for Hong Kong and Macau to conduct a Self Defence/Combatives Seminar on June 14th and am taking a 744 first time in my life, appreciate the fact you provided me with this great reference to enjoy while were enroute lol Guess I should be happy my hosts are sending me only Business class lol. Stef I thought you had left the hobby for good a while back and I am so thrilled my friend that you stayed. I remember when you started this hobby and watching each piece you bought or made was a blast watching you talk about it. Im really happy you found a real TQ. You really havve always been a good friend and a great builder Stef and helped me alot over the years, and wanted to say good to see ya back. Srry just didnt get to say that till now kept forgetting to post it

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    Quote Originally Posted by warvet View Post
    WOW!
    This is a time when truly first class is not the place to be Thanks for the pic Stef LOL Im leaving for Hong Kong and Macau to conduct a Self Defence/Combatives Seminar on June 14th and am taking a 744 first time in my life, appreciate the fact you provided me with this great reference to enjoy while were enroute lol Guess I should be happy my hosts are sending me only Business class lol. Stef I thought you had left the hobby for good a while back and I am so thrilled my friend that you stayed. I remember when you started this hobby and watching each piece you bought or made was a blast watching you talk about it. Im really happy you found a real TQ. You really havve always been a good friend and a great builder Stef and helped me alot over the years, and wanted to say good to see ya back. Srry just didnt get to say that till now kept forgetting to post it

    heheh Thanks Tim, You make me blush

    Never left this hobby...in fact, busier than ever .

    Good to see you here too btw !

    And dont worry Tim. The Kalitta was and old 747/200 cargo. Here in europe they are thinking of blacklisting Kalitta....

    Dont think you have to worry about the 744 that will bring you to Hongkong......

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    Wow .... looks like I could get some nice new seats , freshly painted in Boeing Brown .... it is paint isnt it ???

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