Anyone else in Teesside sick of these Fighter Jets?

DrummerMan

Active member
I know they do a good job, I know they have to train with the cobham /draken planes... but it's been non-stop for a week or two now

I've heard of RAF Leaming, RAF Coningsby... never heard of RAF Teesside
 

Norfolkred1

Well-known member
I know they do a good job, I know they have to train with the cobham /draken planes... but it's been non-stop for a week or two now

I've heard of RAF Leaming, RAF Coningsby... never heard of RAF Teesside
RAF Middleton St George back in the day. Still used as diversions due to it's runway length. After 28 years in the RAF, no I don't get sick of them.
 

Norfolkred1

Well-known member
Why is having a long runway good in the modern era? - I get it for like Lancaster Bombers and stuff, but these are £100m Jets
Had 747's in back in the day. A lot of the old basses were Lightning basses, think it was more of the landing than the taking off.
 

Tom_Boro

Well-known member
Why is having a long runway good in the modern era? - I get it for like Lancaster Bombers and stuff, but these are £100m Jets
You have to account for the biggest and slowest planes not just the fighter Jets, c130 and c17 for example
 
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