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James van Hankins

pilot-software Sorry for the random disconnects :(

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James van Hankins

Hey all

Just a quick note to apologise to the controllers whilst i've been flying the last couple of days... my dog has found a new comfy sleeping position right next to the power kill switch for my PC :o/ 

He's done it twice now just as I get away from Gatwick! - currently NOT mans best friend! :) 

Anyway... sorry for any inconvenience - moving the wires around as we speak :)

Edited by James van Hankins
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