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OO-VNI (cn 38-79A0233) Short final for 07 at sunset after a cold flying afternoon. This is photo evidence that my instructor was too low and too fast on approach :) Nevertheless thanks Cédric for holding it for a circuit so I could take some pictures. The plane is ex-OK-UFO.
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A visitor from United States posted Fri September 28, 2012:
With several hours in a Tomahawk myself, you still have a minute or two before touchdown! (HA ha ha) I have no doubt you could still put it down before the numbers and even on the threshold. Definitely not on an instrument approach...

A visitor from - posted Tue December 7, 2010:
Wow, what a flashback, thanks for this photo, haven't flown in a tomahawk in years, and yes i recall being much better at short field t/o and landings than my instructor :P

A visitor from - posted Thu July 15, 2010:
Wow... Amazing Pic!!!!

And That´s a Funny Reg OVNI and Ex UFO...

Are you an Ufologist?

A visitor from - posted Sat April 24, 2010:
Nice shot,i wish our tomahawk looks like yours?thats my 1st aircraft flown solo

A visitor from Canada posted Thu April 15, 2010:
Nice shot, but I don't think your instructor was too low. If you look at the 4 red PAPI lights, yes, he is, but you guys are flying VFR and not doing an ILS approach, so therefore, you are not too low. The aim is to touch down on the markers, not at 1000 ft from the threshold.

A visitor from - posted Sun February 28, 2010:
Very nice, like how it makes me feel like im in a dream(sort of) any ways good job...like how you was dissin on your instructor

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