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Just now, Magic Man said:

... Seen by me over Ashton Gate 5 mins before the start of the match and reappears 10 mins after the final whistle. Hmmmmm

Vip in town for the match?? 

Maybe Coppell had 2nd thoughts again.

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2 minutes ago, Magic Man said:

... Seen by me over Ashton Gate 5 mins before the start of the match and reappears 10 mins after the final whistle. Hmmmmm

Vip in town for the match?? 

Might be the air ambulance? 

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4 minutes ago, Greedo said:

stoke owners surly

Wouldn't catch me in a helicopter. Heard far too many horror stories. 

Where would they land? In the park? Not sure what the rules and regulations are.

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1 minute ago, Victory Park Reds said:

My mate from my sons junior football has a mate from yate who went to uni with John Coates the owners son.He told me that they used the clanage as a heliport when they came down for the carabao cup game a couple of yrs ago.Could be them again or maybe.....

Yes. It was this. 

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3 minutes ago, ChubStixx said:

Wouldn't catch me in a helicopter. Heard far too many horror stories. 

Where would they land? In the park? Not sure what the rules and regulations are.

They landed on the pitch before and after.

I'm with you, wouldn't get me in one again

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12 minutes ago, Victory Park Reds said:

My mate from my sons junior football has a mate from yate who went to uni with John Coates the owners son.He told me that they used the clanage as a heliport when they came down for the carabao cup game a couple of yrs ago.Could be them again or maybe.....

Correct. By Bemi CC

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11 minutes ago, Victory Park Reds said:

My mate from my sons junior football has a mate from yate who went to uni with John Coates the owners son.He told me that they used the clanage as a heliport when they came down for the carabao cup game a couple of yrs ago.Could be them again or maybe.....

Yes you're right, I drink in the bemmy cricket club  pre match and yes before Stoke games there's a helicopter on the field, bar staff said it was Stoke owners ( Coates family) who arranged to land/take off there 

And yes....  No way I would ever get in one of those death traps,. Remember the Leicester owners when they crashed just after take off from the stadium.

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1 minute ago, CodeRed said:

Yes you're right, I drink in the bemmy cricket club  pre match and yes before Stoke games there's a helicopter on the field, bar staff said it was Stoke owners ( Coates family) who arranged to land/take off there 

And yes....  No way I would ever get in one of those death traps,. Remember the Leicester owners when they crashed just after take off from the stadium.

didnt think anyone bar players management staff and a few stewards were allowed in?.........

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23 minutes ago, ChubStixx said:

Wouldn't catch me in a helicopter. Heard far too many horror stories. 

Where would they land? In the park? Not sure what the rules and regulations are.

Do you drive..? 

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33 minutes ago, ChubStixx said:

Wouldn't catch me in a helicopter. Heard far too many horror stories. 

No doubt from people that don't actually fly in one - assume like planes you realise there are hundreds in the skies over the UK every day

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14 minutes ago, phantom said:

No doubt from people that don't actually fly in one - assume like planes you realise there are hundreds in the skies over the UK every day

Not sure how some of these people would feel being in a UH 60 with open doors..

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17 minutes ago, phantom said:

No doubt from people that don't actually fly in one - assume like planes you realise there are hundreds in the skies over the UK every day

Just from what I've read about or seen in the news. No idea how many UK helicopter journies are made daily, nor how many crashes there are in comparison to aeroplanes. My fear might be completely irrationally, but I'll be continuing to avoid them.

Thankfully my day job doesn't require helicopter travel (for now).

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6 minutes ago, ChubStixx said:

Just from what I've read about or seen in the news. No idea how many UK helicopter journies are made daily, nor how many crashes there are in comparison to aeroplanes. My fear might be completely irrationally, but I'll be continuing to avoid them.

Thankfully my day job doesn't require helicopter travel (for now).

I used to fly fixed wing aircraft and you would never in a million years catch me in an egg whisker. Even a 747 with 4 engines out can glide but these things generally plummet down vertically.

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9 minutes ago, ChubStixx said:

Just from what I've read about or seen in the news. No idea how many UK helicopter journies are made daily, nor how many crashes there are in comparison to aeroplanes. My fear might be completely irrationally, but I'll be continuing to avoid them.

Thankfully my day job doesn't require helicopter travel (for now).

When Burger King said chopper in their job advertisement, I don’t think it was a Helicopter 🤭 😉

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7 minutes ago, ChubStixx said:

Just from what I've read about or seen in the news. No idea how many UK helicopter journies are made daily, nor how many crashes there are in comparison to aeroplanes. My fear might be completely irrationally, but I'll be continuing to avoid them.

Thankfully my day job doesn't require helicopter travel (for now).

Most definitely something about helicopters that makes you think no thanks.

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