Crash investigators have discovered remains at the crash site, which suggests a ‘catastrophic bird strike’. This could have extinguished the flame in the Hawk T1 jet’s engine – known as a flame out – resulting in a total loss of power.
A massive Gravel Extraction and Landfill of the Stour Valley area near Bournemouth International Airport is in process of being granted the OK. This would encourage many tens of thousands of birds mainly large seagulls into the takeoff and landing area over Bournemouth hence the town and surrounding areas could face the strong possibility of another Lockerbie scale Plane Crash due to Bird Strike..
Meanwhile Bournemouth Council is attempting a massive land grab of 90 per cent of the nearby Stour Valley Nature Reserve under the pretense of ‘Cattle Grazing’ for just 10 cows. Which of course as we all know this is one way of taking land set side by legitimate means. For after fencing the area off to the public after 9 years the land then becomes the councils and not the public's all ready for sale to potential developers. Read insert in Stour Valley picture page for more details. Thus also reducing the soft landing areas for aircraft in distress to a built up area.
Signed Carl Barron Chairman of agpcuk
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