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Old 9th July 2019, 18:08
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Flight plan

During WW2, for a twin engined Medium Bomber, what would be a "normal" flight route from Warton to Tooms in Northern Ireland ?

Distance approx 150 miles give or take a couple.

Would the path be over the Isle of Mann or avoid or miss it ?

Or would there generally be a stopover on Mann ?

Many thanks
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