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My first flight was on a Hawker Siddeley 748, twin engine prop, from Gatwick to Beavais. It turned out to be a gale of a weekend in November 1973. We took off in lovely weather and climbed to 21,000 feet. Over the channel we entered cloud and then the rollercoaster ride of a lifetime. Even the airstewardess, as they were called then, had to crawl along the floor. And there was me looking on as if the whole thing was a normal day out. Anyway we returned safely to UK.
Added by Christopher Murrell on July 11, 2015 at 9:32am — No Comments