Cessna571 wrote:are we all phoning for PPR separately?IF you are listed in bold on the first post of this thread
Is there anything I should know, not been there before.
, then I have your details, and they have been passed to Wellesbourne. You do not
need to call for PPR, although there is nothing to stop you doing so if you wish.
Overhead joins are preferred, but for all other detailed information, your attention is drawn to the Wellesbourne AIP entry.
I will wear a FLYER lanyard for ease of identification!