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    Default Aw109

    Any AW109 licensed guys out there? Might need some for contract work short notice.
    System tested no fault found Doo dah, doo dah.

    Helicopters are a collection of parts flying in relatively close formation while all rotating around different axis. This arrangement works work well until one of the parts breaks formation.

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    Default Re: Aw109

    What have you broken......?




    The voices in my head may not be real, but they have some good ideas!

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    Default Re: Aw109

    Dear RotaryWing
    I am up to my neck in Rotary work at present... not specifically AW109 but if you want me to see if I have anyone who might be available then please let me know
    You would determine the rate
    Regards Recruiter2

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    Default Re: Aw109

    Which Type RW? Allison or Pratt engined?
    All gassed up!

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    Default Re: Aw109

    Not sure yet quiche.
    System tested no fault found Doo dah, doo dah.

    Helicopters are a collection of parts flying in relatively close formation while all rotating around different axis. This arrangement works work well until one of the parts breaks formation.

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    Default Re: Aw109

    Hi RW drop me a line if you need any help, I have all variants on my license with C cert as well, I am currently on the contract scene.

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    Default Re: Aw109

    Thanks HS, I'll be in touch if it comes to it.
    System tested no fault found Doo dah, doo dah.

    Helicopters are a collection of parts flying in relatively close formation while all rotating around different axis. This arrangement works work well until one of the parts breaks formation.

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