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G-BZNN After 6Running a flying school producing pilots qualified at the commercial and ATPL levels not only requires a team of high quality dedicated instructors and operations staff but in such a competitive market 'something else' has to set the school apart from any other.

The decision a potential student pilot might come to on their choice of training school will in no small part be based on the type and quality of the aircraft the school operates. It is often made by potential candidates after nothing more than a brief walk around or short flight, so the impression the aircraft give has to be the right one.

GYAWW 2014 Engine SmallG-YAWW is one of those rare Piper PA-28RT 201T Turbo Cherokee Arrow IV's. Built in 1979 it looks and feels very different to your standard flying school PA28 140, 161 or 180 Cherokee.


Even before work began it was considered a lovely looking aircraft and a joy to fly however after the owners asked us to give the aircraft a face lift, engine overhaul and respray it is now a truly stunning example of the type.


G OPLC in the wildG-OPLC is a type 8 de Havilland DH.104 Dove one of an incredible 542 made by de Havilland between 1946 and 1967 and sold to over 30 countries. It had many variants and was used in a variety of Military and Civil roles, in the UK for example the RAF used the variant 'Devon' and the RN the 'Sea Devon'. The type is considered to be one of Britain's most successful post-war designs ever produced.


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