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Lee Roberts

Well Done Trev!!!!!!

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Callum Axon

Congratulations Trav!

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Sonny Nixon

Congratulations Trevor!

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Matthew Collier

Congratulations, Trevor!

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Nathaniel Leff

Congrats!

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Andy Ford

Congrats Trev 😄

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Louie Lister

Yay! Well done, Trevor!

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Oliver Rhodes

Well Done!

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Toby Fellows

Congrats

 

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Nick Marinov

Congratulations!

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Trevor Hannant

Firstly a huge thanks to @Chris Pawley and @Simon Irvine for conducting both exams in short order!

A massive thanks to the controllers who covered both exams - @Fraser Cooper, @Callum Axon, @Jonas Hey, @Daniel Button and @Louie Lister with @Dean Benavidez picking up a short stint this evening also!

Thanks to the mentors who persisted over the months - if I forget anyone I apologise (can't access my old reports to check!) - @Matthew Collier, @Harry Sugden, @Andy Ford, Simon (again!), @Phillip Speer.

And finally to the pilots who flew both nights - and to those who've provided advice and guidance at times when I've taken a brain fart or just needed to clarify something - all very much appreciated!

Right, who's next....?

 

 

Edited by Trevor Hannant
Editor went weird and posted rather than line breaked!

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Adam Farquharson

Congrats!

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Layth Al-Wakil

Well done Trevor, know how long you’ve  worked for this! Hope you enjoy your new rating 😊

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Sebastian Wheeler

Well done Trevor! (Swanwick mil???)

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Trevor Hannant

Probably - but not until I’ve moved house and settled in...

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Daniel Button

Nice job Trav, hope to be controlling alongside you sometime soon!

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Michael Pike

Very well done Trav. Good to see yet another of my former Bristol trainees make it to C1.

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James Bayliss-de Gruchy

Well Done Trevor !!!

 

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