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Looks like it is in the runway strip on the Edge of the RET. Have a look at the google satellite view at the RET design.

So yes, a large aircraft that has probably not vacated past the holding point is probably a “safety” concern and perhaps not over the top
Last edited by AlanM on Wed Dec 11, 2019 6:37 pm, edited 1 time in total.
On the local TV news they were about to use a local HGV recovery company's truck.

Seems they thought better of it in case they ripping the undercarriage off dues the boggy ground.....must have caused massive probs for 1000s today.

What would this type of a/c weigh in at approx?
Has it been confirmed if this flight was chavball related?

I thought they largely used light twins, or has this changed recently?

Rob P