And you thought P38 was a body filler made by Isopon

More of that in a second.  The poor weather on friday made us busier than normal.  Over and above the usual extras we had a Texas based Citation N514DS flying from Friedrichshafen to Montreal.

We also had an S92, G-CGYW amongst the usual Super Pumas

And all too soon my shift was finished.  Today turned out to be much better than expected.  I caught up with an old colleague, Alan Mossman, who was part of Highland Airways and now flies on a freelance basis, this time in G-HEBI.

And then we come back to P38, in this case the Red Bull P38 Lockheed Lightning which passed overhead en-route Wick.  Thanks again to Peter Henderson at ATC who gave us 5 minutes warning.  Pretty soon all noses were looking to the north waiting on its arrival.

Sadly I got it badly wrong as the resolution settings on my camera were all wrong and I only managed to catch the aircraft in 2 megapixels.  Gutted 😦

Anyway on approach there is no mistaking this aircraft

And a lucky shot, even if not in Hi-Res

What a stunning aircraft.  My understanding is it was on its way to Duxford as part of the Flying Legends but here is a link to the Flying Bulls which will give you all the information you need to know.

http://www.flyingbulls.com/#/en/Terminal/About/-/About/

If you are using google chrome, use the translate into english function otherwise there is more information here

http://www.hangar-7.com/en/the-flying-bulls/the-flying-bulls/

As always, thanks for taking the time to read

All the best

Neil 😉

 

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