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Gregg Donohoe

Use this post to give details on upcoming mentoring sessions. If you're not doing anything else, why not fly in or out to help your fellow division members!

This should be completed by mentors only.

Please keep to the following format and avoid using the topic for discussion.

Date:
Time:
Position:
Specific Requests:
Additional Info:

Once the session has been completed, it will be removed from the topic. 

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Michael Pike

Date: Friday, 12 April 2019

Time: 1930 - 2100z (20:30 - 22:00 BST)

Position: EGGD_APP (Bristol Radar)

Specific Requests: Bristol Tower would be great and some mainly IFR traffic please.

Additional Info:IFR arrivals in mid session would be particularly useful.

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Michael Pike

Date: Sunday, 28 April 2019

Time: 1830 - 2000z (19:30 - 21:00 BST)

Position: EGNX_TWR (East Midlands Tower)

Specific Requests: East Midlands Radar would be great and some mainly VFR traffic please.

Additional IFR departures and arrivals welcome.

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Fergus Walsh
Date: Tuesday, 7th May
Time: 1600-1730z
Position: EGGP_TWR
Specific Requests: VFR and IFR
Additional Info: Any VFR with a mix of IFR (standard or non-standard) would be very much appreciated!

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Tom Earl

Date: Thursday, 30th May

Time: 1600-1730z

Position: EGKK_TWR

Specific Requests: VFR and Gatwick Director

Additional Info: Looking specifically for a VFR to do a departure, zone transit and arrival please. IFR traffic is almost always guaranteed at Gatwick so some VFR would be gratefully received!

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