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I understood that the airfield also served as a staging post for military flights, but that was a relatively unimportant role. On one airtest were flew up to the salt flats beyond Sharjah to look for an overdue Jetranger.Old, not bold wrote: Bureimi Airways Flight 001 to Sharjah was called on the PA Surely that should have been "Yimkin Bardain" Airways. Unfortunately, it was lowered again by the crowd of rowdies who lived on the airfield waiting to supply air transportation services to the TOS Yeh, it was us. As we overflew the old base the pilot had to say it was Sharjah, I would never have known.Most were eventually scrapped, but 28 were converted for civil use with two seats and two jumpseats behind the two pilots' seats, separated by a structure which housed the original 4-channel radio.This conversion had quite poor performance with 4 passengers. last pic is one of the Squadron aircraft on the beach at Fujeria. Pater is in row three sporting a particularly magnificent handlebar moustache.We were taken across for a "picnic" on the odd occasion, food supplied via the mess so we took one of the mess staff along for the ride. They had a competition to grow the best and I think Dad did very well.I'm looking for a map of RAF Sharjah circa 1967-68.

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It was bought by a farmer's boy who planned to use it to fly to Durban for riotous weekends from his Dad's farm, inland at 6000ft.But rumbling along at 1900 RPM and 90Kts at 6,000 ft or so, sunny day over the Med, window open, it had its nice moments as well.PS G-AOPL landing at Abu Dhabi International Airport Jan 1967..Sharjah next day "The Aden mob took over"?Actually - Percival Prentice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ( (G-AOPL) .......Trucial Oman Scouts and flown to Sharjah in 1967; I left in January 1967, so most likely there earlier.Out of general interest here's a photo of Dubai taken back then. :ok: Prentice (I think) tail only, in the picture, what & why please I'll surface from oblivion to say it was mine.

It was bought by a farmer's boy who planned to use it to fly to Durban for riotous weekends from his Dad's farm, inland at 6000ft.But rumbling along at 1900 RPM and 90Kts at 6,000 ft or so, sunny day over the Med, window open, it had its nice moments as well.PS G-AOPL landing at Abu Dhabi International Airport Jan 1967..Sharjah next day "The Aden mob took over"?Actually - Percival Prentice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ( (G-AOPL) .......Trucial Oman Scouts and flown to Sharjah in 1967; I left in January 1967, so most likely there earlier.Out of general interest here's a photo of Dubai taken back then. :ok: Prentice (I think) tail only, in the picture, what & why please I'll surface from oblivion to say it was mine.Surely you mean "The boys from the newly independent Republic of South Yemen arrived, adding a little tone and sophistication to the place" (78 Sqn Wessex Aden/Sharjah '67/'68)The tone in Sharjah was set extremely high, in the '50s and '60s, by the TOS.