We have been there before (I jumped there in 1989)
But when you own an airplane, you need to fly it to keep everything in working order.
With the weekend weather being 'pants' the last few weekends,
the sunshine and blue skies were welcome.
But, it was bloody windy!
With only a few hours to spare, I called around the monkeys until I had a plane full.
We could have gone via DET, direct, but wheres the fun in that?
Rob takes control (right) as Dee (left) radios ahead for emergency hair gel
Turning South nr Chatham - Southend in distance
Leeds Castle in Kent - South of M20
Airfield in site - starting descent
Crossing the Western Threshold
Parked - Dee displaying the Flying Monkey greeting
Headcorn is worth a visit and only a short hop (for us in Essex)
Good for a coffee and a bite to eat.
Landing is free if you buy 40ltrs of fuel or half a sheep!