A European Whirlwind Hunt

I was again on the hunt for a decent, ‘no issues’ BAe146 for a great client. I left on Saturday, October 21 bound for Bucharest, Romania. I landed in Bucharest around 6PM local, on Sunday night, by way of St. Louis, Detroit, and Amsterdam.

Greetings to my Blog Reader’s. In my seat headed to Bucharest from Amsterdam. I don’t look too bad for the wear, after 17 hours of travel.

Rainy Amsterdam

Hello Bucharest! Arrival into the Henri Coanda International Airport

The views from my Hotel Room

We spent Monday, and Tuesday at Romaero, at the Baneasa International Airport, across from the hotel, auditing this behemoth:

Wednesday, and Thursday we made a quick dash over to the UK to visit a CAMO located at the Biggin Hill Airport. If you need a darn-fine CAMO in Europe, I suggest that you look no further than Mike, and his staff; true professionals:

Terrific view of the London Eye, Parliament, and the Thames; arriving into London – Heathrow on a Tarom A320.

Friday I cam home, and yes, it was still raining in Amsterdam.

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