Connie II

It’s a beautiful Sunday, so here are two pics instead of one. The first is taken some moments after the previous photo I posted. We reached the end of the Belgian coastline at De Panne and in this shot we’re slowly turning towards the Channel, heading to the white cliffs of Dover. The next image shows the Connie when she got low and started to fly almost underneath us. The advantage of sitting at the edge of the open cargoramp are shown in this pic…

Next up will be the full album of the oldtimer fly-in at Diest, followed by some more ‘behind the scene’ pictures of this Connieflight. The next air to air pictures will include some nice shots above the open sea and the English coastline!

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Related posts:

https://apron6.com/2013/10/14/diest-oldtimer-fly-in-end/

https://apron6.com/2013/07/18/super-constellation/

https://apron6.com/2013/10/18/pre-flight-preparations/

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