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Flying On Cape Air Question

Mon Nov 05, 2007 12:09 am

On November 13, just over one week away, i am taking the inaugural IND-SBN flight on Cape Air. I remember flying on Cape Air a few years ago from TPA-RSW on the Cessna 420. From what i recall there was just one pilot and the passengers can see right out the cockpit windows which was really nice. My question is this, what are the possibilities that i would be able to video tape the flight...mainly the take off/landing parts? I would use my regular camcorder or i can try to find a "one use" one which i think are available. Any input/advice? thanks and cheers  Smile
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