Well depends on your geography our fire ships aren't far from the canal locks, the power station, the navy, the shipyard, the cruise terminals, the central train station, the airport, ... though to be fair they can't reach the actual runway from the water, only the disused navy helicopter base.Well, yes, and by the time those eventually arrive at the scene, you would hope for a decent amount of power!
Yes, basically that. So happy that tactic blew up in Boeing's face.Completely new aircraft, nothing in common with the CRJ.
Good enough that Boeing felt so threatened by it they basically forced Bombardier out of business, and good enough that Airbus swooped in and took it over.
This is like a big foot sighting or lochness monster.A local village had a flyover of a Dakota yesterday in memorial of five RAF servicemen who died in two crashes in 1944. Information about the crashes is available here. I wasn't sure of the exact route the plane would take but I was lucky enough to get some photos as it circled twice.
Oh yeah and my house is apparently a regular waypoint for the Red Arrows at the moment as they attend shows again, often seeing the 9 of them going directly overhead. No photos or video, sadly. Maybe next time.