Craig
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Aviation TV Programmes

Tue Apr 04, 2000 2:46 am

Hi,

For anyone who has the tv channel 'Discovery Wings' there are lots of good programmes coming up this month (I don't know if these listings only apply to the uk, if the programmes are on elsewhere then they will have different times)

Here's a lsit of the programmes:-

Mon. 3 Apr, 20.45-21.15 - Flight Deck (DC-9 & MD-80)

Fri. 7 Apr, 20.45-21.15 - Flight Deck (Boeing 737)

Sun. 9 Apr, 20.20-21.15 - Black Box (Silk Air 737 crash)

Mon. 10 Apr, 20.45-21.15 - Flight Deck (BAe 146)

Fri. 14 Apr, 20.45-21.15 - Flight Deck (Boeing 747-400)

Sun. 16 Apr, 20.20-21.15 - Black Box (Tenerife 747 crash)

Fri. 21 Apr, 20.45-21.15 - Flight Deck (Airbus A320)

Sun. 23 Apr, 20.20-21.15 - Black Box (Japanese 747 crash)

Mon. 24 Apr, 20.45-21.15 - Flight Deck (Challenger 604)

Fri. 28 Apr, 20.45-21.15 - Flight Deck (Concorde)

Sun. 30 Apr, 20.20-21.15 - Black Box (TWA 800 -747)

The new series of airline is begining next monday for anybody in britain (channel - ITV).

Regards

Craig
Scotland

 
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Explain Me That!

Tue Apr 04, 2000 2:52 am

I really don't understand that..
20.45-21.15..
what does means that?
tell the time that here I can understand please..
THANKS
"For Us, Sky is not the limit.. Its Ground" / L-1011Alpha.
 
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RE: Aviation TV Programmes

Tue Apr 04, 2000 3:08 am

Thanks Craig, although unfortunately I don't have Sky/Sky Digital, and I'm in Argentina now anyway! Who's the focus of "Airline" this time? I did prefer "Airport" though, especially our legendary man from Aeroflot, Jeremy Spake.

Oh and to L1011Alpha: I think the times are British Summer Time, so GMT+1.

Cheers,
Alexander.
 
Craig
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Tailscraper & L-1011Alpha

Tue Apr 04, 2000 4:46 am

Hi,

Here's the answers to your questions.

L-1011Alpha

The times are in a 24 hour clock format. So 20.45-21.15 means 8.45 to 9.15 in the evening. 20.20-21.15 means 8.20 to 9.15 in the evening. I hope this helps. Btw. The times are British so they might not be the same in your country.

Tailscraper

unfortunately it is Easyjet getting featured again. I wish they would change it, maybe back to Britannia or Air 2000, British Midland... I've not seen Jeremy in the latest series of airport yet. I don't know if he's in the series at all. I suppose I'll just have to wait and see.

Reagards

Craig Stewart
Scotland
 
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RE: Aviation TV Programmes

Tue Apr 04, 2000 5:11 am

I miss Jeremy. The new series of Airport is not as good as teh old ones.

Jeremiah Teahan
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RE: Aviation TV Programmes

Tue Apr 04, 2000 5:49 am

Is 'Discovery Wings' on 'Sky Digital' or 'On Digital' ?
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