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At the Schaffen-Diest Annual Fly-In, Belgium, August 1991

Schaffen-Diest was and still is a really great fly-in destination.

For the 91 meet Steve and Beq Clark drove in as the ground crew with tents, bbq and food, whilst the club aircraft flew across with the partygoers.

The subsequent event with masses of aircraft, displays and fellow campers, complete with huge hangar party was a fabulous experience.

Mike Krassenburg and Andy Walker seated, Beq on the rug, Steve in the car and Wolfgang, beer in hand.

Via Steve Clark

Club Rally, early 90's.

Steve Clark and Bob Beckers take a break in front of the Rally Organising tent.

Via Steve Clark

Club Rally 1993 - Laarbruch in sight.

Former Club member Libby Fitton piloting the Cranwell Club's visiting Grob - note the airfield in sight just above the DV hatch.

Via Steve Clark

Club Rally, 1993

Quite often a crew would have to wait for their slot to head out on the nav competition - which wasn't too much of a hardship in the soft German summer.

Via Steve Clark.

Club member Paul Chinneck checks out the Army Parachute Centre Islander, 1993

Paul was very much one of the Club regulars in the early 1990's.

Turbine Islander G-LIPP was visiting during the 1993 Club Rally. She was based at the British Army Parachute Centre at Bad Lippspringe, where Club member Mitch Page was one of her regular pilots.

Via Steve Clark

Club Rally, 1993

Taxiing out, with Gordon Parkin flying the Grob from the Cranwell Flying Club in front and a Harrier on display for us.

Via Steve Clark

Club Rally 1993 - En Route

The outward and homeward legs from UK to the rally meant that Midden Zeeland was always a good stop for fuel for both aircraft and occupants.

Here photographer Steve Clark has bumped into Mitch Page and Phil Mummery plus other fellow travellers.

Via Steve Clark


Last Updated:

20 February 2008