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Foto N5007S in LFQO - Lille [Marcq-en-Baroeul], France
© by Jacques d'HALLUIN




 LFQO - Lille [Marcq-en-Baroeul], France 15-June-2005 
 Private Piper PA-28R-200 Arrow Jacques d'HALLUIN 
 N5007S c/n 28R-35731. Built in 1970. With STOL kit (more of N5007S) ID: 348629 / 106 views 
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1.A. Reichenbach (19-07-2015 19:21:05)

I flew this aircraft during the late 1980ers when it was in German ownership of Mr. Lauffs from Würselen/Germany under US-Trust. We flew often to West Poland (Katowize/Posnan/Opole) for business reason. We once refuelled in Dresden and commenced customs transfer to Poland during a time when cold war was still on. But it was much easier to manage everything with an US-reg. aircraft than it would with German reg. aircraft. When we landed in Katowize three classes of elementary school waved their handcrafted US-flags while staying behind the airport fence. This was a very warm welcome for us we will always remember!

2.A. Reichenbach (19-07-2015 19:29:09)

...this aircraft has a Robertson STOL kit conversion, which means that it has additional flaps under the fuselage, the alerons are working as flaps aswell until the flap setting of 25° and the wing tips are modified as some kind of winglets bent downword. The rudder fin is larger than standard PIPER construction to stabilize the aircraft in extreme slow landing speed of 34 KIAS (if I remember correctly)

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