Airbus A321 (RAF)

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Re: Airbus A321 (RAF)

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Interesting question, I think the runway maybe long enough but noise pollution from regular flight maybe a problem.

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Benson is 20 mins up the road from Northholt

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A321 doing its VVIP role, and looking stylish at the same time...

I believe the aircraft is G-GBNI as G-XATW has gone back to the luxury holiday trade.

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A321 G-GBNI on the ground at San Diego International Airport, next to the Aussie VVIP MRTT... (Which has a much posher interior than Vespina).

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Kangaroo skin seats. Classy. :mrgreen:
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Re: Airbus A321 (RAF)

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Where’s the esky mate?

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