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    Default Coastal Command - Bremont EP 120 takes flight

    Took the EP for its first flights this weekend in this -



    Yesterday we flew home and beat up the house with an aero routine, today we flew down the coast to Beachy Head.



    Both trips were timed by Bremont.



    A steep turn over Brighton Marina - note the shadow silhouette on the wing.



    Finally some great fun cloudbusting then back to base. My idea of a perfect weekend.

    Best regards

    Jon.

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    Looks like you had fun! When's the EP120's first solo flight? Need an official photographer?

    M

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    The English countryside looks great from up there.
    Blue sky and clouds.... Ideal flying and exactly where the EP120 should be...

    Are you in training then Jon?

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    Mat & Martin,

    It was wonderful up there, although as you can see from the second photo there was quite a lot of ack-ack about!

    I am about to carry on with the licence - it all came to an abrupt halt this time last year when I was in a bipane crash (a Stampe SV4). Now that I have just about fully recovered I'm off again.

    I am interested in a particular four-seater warbird so there could be plenty of room for an official photographer.

    I did consider taking the Junghans J88 but in an ex-RAF trainer it had to be the Bremont. Mind you, the Junghans would be more appropriate in the four-seater...

    Best regards

    Jon'.

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