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Yankee Papa Flying Group
Golf Bravo Alpha Yankee Papa is a Cessna C150L (serial no. 150-74017). It started life in
1973 as N18651, and was soon imported to the UK and first registered
as G-BAYP on the 18th May 1973. It changed hands a number of times before
arriving at Popham in 1995.
The original group was established as Popham Pilots Flying Group
with 15 members. Membership now stands at 12, which is the group's ideal
size. The current name was established in 1998.
Yankee Papa is an EASA aircraft maintained by
Wiltshire Aircraft Maintenance at Popham. In 2001 the engine was fully
reconditioned, with 4 new cylinders fitted May 2010 at 1500 hours. YP returned from Dunkeswell 21st March 2009 after a full strip and repaint. The repaint story is documented here.
Yankee Papa once again participated in the annual Starlight Day in August 2013. You can view a short video here. There are some photos on the New Photos page.