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F16 civilian flights

Last post 04-23-1999, 3:17 PM by anonymous2. 1 replies.
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  •  04-20-1999, 8:55 PM 108

    F16 civilian flights

    *** Posted by Lorenzo ***
    Hi John,

    Just a couple of questions. Is there anywhere a civilian could be taken up for a joyride on the F-16. I have heard that a company based in the balklands actually allows you to fly Mig-29's and some other planes for a heafty fee of around £8000.

    Secondly, pilots have had difficulties with the SOI system in F-16's. Could you explain what this is?

    Thanks
  •  04-23-1999, 3:17 PM 118 in reply to 108

    Re:F16 civilian flights

    *** Posted by RUN ***
    I haven't heard of anywhere where you can fly the f16 as a civilian. The only chance there is, is to become a reporter & write about jets & then maybe you will be lucky and get a ride.

    I haven't heard about the SOI system. Could you specify more what you are talking about. ?

    RUN
    [Hi John,

    Just a couple of questions. Is there anywhere a civilian could be taken up for a joyride on the F-16. I have heard that a company based in the balklands actually allows you to fly Mig-29's and some other planes for a heafty fee of around £8000.

    Secondly, pilots have had difficulties with the SOI system in F-16's. Could you explain what this is?

    Thanks]
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