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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by farmrjohn, Aug 16, 2019.
You don't expect me to click that, do you?
Yeah, no click for me either.
Someone click it - I can do it from a VPN connection hosted in a cloud environment. But I'd rather not. . .
It is about an airport auctioning off abandoned planes left on the property.
I took the bait . . . and I'm not in the market for any of it.
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Sorry, try this: https://www.bbc.com/news/av/world-a...ports-authority-auctions-abandoned-aeroplanes
Anyone know a good A&P in Nairobi?
I just got a plane cheap and need an annual before flying it home.
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I sent an email: "I will be liking to purchase your aeroplane in Nairobi. Unfortunately, I am having trouble moving the necessary funds. However, I believe I have found a solution. If you will kindly give me your home address I will send you a cashier's cheque for 2000 euros over the asking price. Then if you will kindly meet me at the airport I will take delivery of the aeroplane and the 2000 euros.
If you find that objectionable, kind sir, I can credit your American Express account if you simply send me the account number.
Blessings to you,
Oh, a plane auction in Kenya. Sounds legit.
Now if were in Nigeria....
Of course it's legit. Nairobi Wilson is one of the busiest GA airports in the world. When I landed there in 2013 as I turned onto final I was told "Continue approach, you are number 7".
I stayed on the field in a room at the aeroclub for about a week, a very cool place to hang out!
There were planes parked *everywhere* so I'm not surprised they need to make some space.
All of you who did not click that first link, take a "good job!" out of petty cash!
No offense meant to OP, but tinyurl links aren't safe and not clicking them is the right cyber security reaction.
Geriatric airplane porn...