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SPOTM April 2018 - Lear Jets winners

The 1st,2nd and 3rd places of each photo competition can be found here.
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SPOTM April 2018 - Lear Jets winners

Post by andygolfer » Wed May 09, 2018 6:21 pm

he voting has now ended and this month's winner is ACW367, who has been a regular supporter of our competitions and after a few placings has finally won - very well done and thanks for all that support.

this is his winning photo, 1968 vintage Learjet 24 N333TW. Still in service with Ameristar as a cargo freighter, 40 years after its first flight. Addison Airport, North Dallas TX on 28 November 2008.
ImageN333TW Addison 28 November 2008 by ACW367, on Flickr

there was a 3 way tie for 2nd place between AlanP, Bizfreeq and norwichmike so well done to them as well, these are their respective entries:

AlanP - Learjet 75 departing Luton 2016
ImageLearjet 75 by Alan Parker68, on Flickr

Bizfreeq - Calspan LJ25 N102VS at Bournemouth
ImageIMG_9705 by MSPhotography, on Flickr

norwichmike C-FCLJ at Vancouver
ImageC-FCLJ by Mike Burdett, on Flickr

thanks to everybody who supported the competition. All the entries can be viewed here: http://www.civilianaviation.co.uk/forum ... 10&t=30246
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Re: SPOTM April 2018 - Lear Jets winners

Post by Nighthawke » Wed May 09, 2018 7:37 pm

Well done chaps -surprised how close behind I was too :lol:

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