‘True facts’ that can’t be ig­nored

Uxbridge Gazette - - OPINION -

NOW an­other self pro­claimed right­eous ex­pert a Mr K Row­land at­tacks my views on Heathrow.

Based on an air­craft joyride of over 60 years ago and tries to deny the cor­rect facts that are freely avail­able on the in­ter­net.

His false knowl­edge of the Brabazon as­sumes that a plane can have two pairs of en­gines on one wing and one pair of en­gines on the other for the con­tra-ro­tat­ing pro­pel­lers.

Of course he also de­nies it tak­ing off and land­ing at Heathrow, which I saw it do on a num­ber of oc­ca­sions. The true facts on this are also on the in­ter­net. Fact: the Brabazon had eight en­gines.

It is in­ter­est­ing to note on page 17 (Gazette 14/12/2016), that Lon­don’s Mayor Sadiq Khan recog­nises the

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