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English: Aerotowing of a Grob G103 Twin Astir II glider by a Robin DR-400-180 R for a flight starting from Coulommiers – Voisins Aerodrome, Seine-et-Marne, France.
Français : Remorquage d'un planeur Grob G103 Twin Astir II par un avion Robin DR-400 pour un vol partant de l'aérodrome de Coulommiers-Voisins (Seine-et-Marne, France).
Date 24 September 2011
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Author Myrabella
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48° 50′ 2.11″ N, 3° 0′ 38.45″ E

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