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Some missing planes.

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Hi to everyones.

 

Is there still some "special" aircraft decommissioned but having their approved flight licence ? Does these Intruder wonders still got a legal clearance to fly ? Even uncommon aircraft such as the Alizée are now grounded, and probably for the rest of their life, considered as asbestos flying bricks.

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I wonder why.

 

The Swedish Air Force historical flight has a civilian _Viggen_. Sure, they went trough purgatory and back to get the licence approved, but they got it and have it for several other Jet Fighters from 60s and 70s.

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Like these ones. I'm aware that an ex-U.S.M.C AV-8A and B pilot is now flying a Harrier FRS.2 at some airshows. There is also a two seats F-100 who is still airborn, some A-4 and F-4, but it seems hard to find any fifty to forthy years old planes... like A-6, A-7 or even F-8...

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Come to El Salvador, our Air Force still flies the A-37B as it´s main "fighter" also we still have on duty some C/AC-47´s 0-2 Skymasters, ONE FOUGA MAGISTER!!!, and i bet they are still trying to get the last Ouragan airborne too!!! that is not counting our UH-1H/M´s and OH-6´s :) long life to our FAS!!!

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It makes you want to come here, only to hear the screaming from the Dragonfly or the Magister ! Alas what will become of these wonders had once retired, will they let civilians be able to buy and fly them ? Or the air forces will let them become relics, preserved in museums (although it's always better than see them get dismantled and scrap) ?

There are still an old M.S Paris who fly in France, the only problem is these :censored: commentators who still have to open their big mouths, restricting us from listening to the music of heaven.

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