What jacket(s) are you wearing at the moment?

KariJ

Active Member
Hi guys, just crawled out of the darkness after a month of absence at VLJ. Was very hard time for me - lost my wings, really hope that it's temporary. But still wearing my A2 :)

Al the best my neighbour.
Hi guys, just crawled out of the darkness after a month of absence at VLJ. Was very hard time for me - lost my wings, really hope that it's temporary. But still wearing my A2 :)

Dimitry So sorry to hear about this. The best is that You still is among us. Dimitry stay strong, said by Your neighbour from Finland
 

ties70

Well-Known Member
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It's the @Shawn Ali 's Doniger again.

I currently try to put as much wear into this jacket as possible...we are moving from Hamburg to Spain for the next 10 months, and the jacket will probably only be worn occasionally. I will take it with me, though.

Especially rain and sunshine have done little wonders for the grain and structure in the last few weeks. Plus, I started to put stuff in my pockets ;) ...Strange concept, I know, but I hardly did use the pockets before.

The construction is still strong, so are the materials, especially the knitwear.

Ties
 

Smithy

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Hi guys, just crawled out of the darkness after a month of absence at VLJ. Was very hard time for me - lost my wings, really hope that it's temporary. But still wearing my A2 :)

Only just saw this Dmitry, and my heart goes out to you. I can't work in the fields I have experience and education in currently and as a result I've had to go off and do something entirely different. it's a crazy world which has been turned upside down. Just remember though that this won't be forever.

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It's the @Shawn Ali 's Doniger again.

I currently try to put as much wear into this jacket as possible...we are moving from Hamburg to Spain for the next 10 months, and the jacket will probably only be worn occasionally. I will take it with me, though.

Especially rain and sunshine have done little wonders for the grain and structure in the last few weeks. Plus, I started to put stuff in my pockets ;) ...Strange concept, I know, but I hardly did use the pockets before.

The construction is still strong, so are the materials, especially the knitwear.

Ties
Great looking jacket Ties.

All the best for the move to Spain. Maybe you won't get to wear jackets so much but I think you'll probably have a lot of different kinds of fun where you don't even think about nor miss wearing a jacket ;-)
 

Flightengineer

Well-Known Member
Wow...

Medical? Hope you're doing okay... I understand just how much this means to those in the Flugën world.....

You'll be soaring again in no time..

Stay classy...
Guyes, many thanks you all for the warm words of encouragement. I didn't want to complain...
Couchy, yes, the reasons are partly medical (my turbulent youth in the war in familiar to you one very hot country makes itself felt now after years), partly due to the pandemic crisis and the desire of companies to reduse staff under any pretext, including flight crews. While I'm getting used to work on the ground and although my job now partly related to airplanes, I still hope to return to the cockpit. I already once had such a period in my life before, but then pilots were in demand and with my type rating it was possible to find a job onboard relatively quickly. Now this damn covid lockdown has almost destroyed air travel and airline's management is behaving like a choosy and capricious rich bride.
 
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