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Anonymous16 May 2012
LuganoPirate: I bet they will!
The Olympic Commitee has always been proud of keeping the flame alive regardless of the circumstances. Have a look at the following link!16 May 2012
Come on guys – a few hours behind the curve!
The CAA classify the Olympic Flame as a ceremonial flame and – as mentioned above – they are allowed to keep it alight, providing precautions are taken place. So into a miner’s lamp it goes and it is afixed to the seat by way of a cradle. I remember seeing a documentary on the Olympic Flame being taken from Athens to Sydney and that the only time the CEO of Sydney’s bid team didn’t have his hand on it before it was afixed to the seat was goes through the metal detecting arch.16 May 2012
Here are some better pics of the Firefly. Have yet to see the Dove either.
JordanD your thread seems to of been deleted 🙁16 May 2012
OMG!! your right! thanks xx
Makes you wonder really why BA never did a code share or bring SQ into Oneworld if the partnership worked back then.16 May 2012
You have to love Boris…described the Gold livery as Crème Caramel…….
Not aware that Iran Air were ever a recognised operator though they did Charter the aircraft for a while to operate between Paris and Tehran.
Like many others they did place an order for 2 aircraft and an option for another. Their sales shop in Piccadilly rather cheekily has a Concorde model on display…or rather it did the last time I passed that way, which was some time ago.17 May 2012