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Old 12-22-2011, 02:17 PM
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Just wanted to introduce RCU to the new Jet Modellers Association of Ireland.

As many will know the Jet community in Ireland is fairly small but some of us are fairly active when we get the chance with the Irish weather
Hoping now this new Association will further promote Jet model flying in Ireland and encourage more modellers to get into the Jet side of the hobby.

Our doors are always open and we hope to have some visitors from across the seas to our Jet fly-ins this year.

Please check out the new website (only live last night so maybe a few bugs, please let me know)

[link=http://www.jmaireland.com]www.jmaireland.com[/link]
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Old 12-22-2011, 03:09 PM
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Looks a very good site well done
Old 12-22-2011, 03:10 PM
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Good luck with this new endeavour.

Was I mistaken or did one of the photos on the site show the sun shinning?

Mike
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Contrary to belief we do get sun here sometimes, we had a great spell last year March/April but that was it! worst year for flying in a long time.

Forgot to mention, in one of the gallery's I have a load of pics from this years Jetpower, also photos from 2007 Jet world masters held here, might be more interesting than looking at us
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Neat looking site!
Good luck with your association, and its future meetings. I wouldn't mind getting over there and joining you guys one day. Its been years since I have been to the Emerald Isle, and have fond memories of it!
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Well done Seamus, nice to see an L39 on your logo
Good luck with your new Organisation.
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Thanks Ali you are welcome anytime
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Well done Seamus, nice to see an L39 on your logo
Good luck with your new Organisation.
You obviously having been looking close enough at the pics Gary YOUR L39 is also in one of the gallery's
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Hey Seamus - great looking site, really nice to see all the pictures on there.

I particularly like the Stars and Stripes livery on your Intro - might do a batch of Sprints in those colours ! Have you made Cecil put a pilot in his Nano yet ?

Great job !

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Old 12-23-2011, 12:58 AM
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Yes , very nice site , some very good info,
remeber your promise about that days flying you told Anita and myself about at the table in Pampa, , 2012, we will be there.
All looking great, Best Regards Mark Hinton.
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Hey Seamus - great looking site, really nice to see all the pictures on there.

I particularly like the Stars and Stripes livery on your Intro - might do a batch of Sprints in those colours ! Have you made Cecil put a pilot in his Nano yet ?

Great job !

regards

Colin

Seamus has been working hard to get this all done for us and we are very grateful to him
you will have to talk to Seamus about the copy right of his Intro livery

cheers

Andy
Old 12-23-2011, 03:33 AM
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Hey Seamus - great looking site, really nice to see all the pictures on there.

I particularly like the Stars and Stripes livery on your Intro - might do a batch of Sprints in those colours ! Have you made Cecil put a pilot in his Nano yet ?

Great job !

regards

Colin
The livery is actually a copy of the old XL scheme. Lots of Boomerang variants over here we are big fans as they suit our sites very well (the lack of tarmac). Two new pilots just got two sprints last week, hope we will see them out flying next year.

Cecil already has one you must have missed it, you just have to have a pilot in the office to fly in Ireland, mandatory.
Might propose it to be added to the rules & regs
Old 12-23-2011, 11:19 AM
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Yes , very nice site , some very good info,
remeber your promise about that days flying you told Anita and myself about at the table in Pampa, , 2012, we will be there.
All looking great, Best Regards Mark Hinton.
Think you were speaking to the one of the other guys mark, will update the events calendar next month once we see what other events are on and which weekends are free, everyone will be welcome.
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The livery is actually a copy of the old XL scheme. Lots of Boomerang variants over here we are big fans as they suit our sites very well (the lack of tarmac). Two new pilots just got two sprints last week, hope we will see them out flying next year.

Cecil already has one you must have missed it, you just have to have a pilot in the office to fly in Ireland, mandatory.
Might propose it to be added to the rules & regs
Ah yes - so he does! Was looking at the pics on my phone and thought I had caught him out - not so eh

Stars and Bars was my favourite XL scheme but it does look good on the smaller models as well now I've seen your Intro. I hope 2012 brings us all some good flying weather so everyone can enjoy their flying to the max!
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Yes it was Robert and Harry who we had a great time with in Pampa, give them our regards.
Regards MH
Old 12-23-2011, 02:49 PM
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I want to be the first one form the US to congratulate you guys, beautiful website and no club fees
Old 12-24-2011, 12:55 PM
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Wishing all my Irish jet-jokey friends and all the rest of you a happy christmas and a very happy new year
I hope we will see lots of each other not like last year with all that bad weather [:@]
hope to see you all at Offaly -jets 2012

cheers

Andy
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Happy Christmas Andreas, Seamus and all the Emerald Isle Pilots,
Gary,
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Thanks Gary

and a happy new year
it would be great to see you all over here at Offaly-Jets 2012 dates to be confirmed yet

cheers

Andy
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Andy ....you will need to get the bumpy runway sorted .....Uk guys have only small wheels ...especially Mark
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Just a note to say unfortunately we had to cancel the Jet Flyin at North West this Sunday due to the bad weather, will be rearranged for another day.
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I understood this date was just a fly in with everyone welcome and no one having priority ?
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It is Bob
every one welcome at my place I will book the 5***** Hotel just give me numbers
just hope the weather goods wont let us down [:-]
any guys wanting to come from across the water you are welcome

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pin doctor will be there ,and me for sure ,hope Mike and the guys can make it ,tel Rita to get more guiness and we need Shaun to bring an instrument on sat night ....(and the girl friend)

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