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You all are so short. ;)

And to think you have leg room issues on a plane.

Whoa! Watch that 'short' stuff. The term is... Vertically Challenged:Tounge:

 

Alan :smile:


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lol

 

1,88 cm is tiny   You are 1.88 Meters, 6.1 foot yes? 

oh!!! thats true! yes. 1.88 meters. (sorry, here in spain we put cms).

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6' 4" or 1.93 meters.  My desk is definitely roomier than the LSA's I fly  :wink:



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I think I'm the tallest here on Avsim. I'm 202 cm, in US 6'7 I think.

 

Mhuhahaha


Bert Veeningen

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6'4" - which is why I was never a Concorde pilot 😉

.....except in my dreams!

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After an accident led to a below the knee amputation of my right leg, my girlfriend of more than 22 years says that I'm either 6'5" or 5'6" depending on which leg I'm standing on. :laugh:


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On 11/28/2015 at 11:41 AM, meesterlijk said:

I think I'm the tallest here on Avsim. I'm 202 cm, in US 6'7 I think.

I got you! 6'8" here

Had my pilot hopes dashed when I was around 16 and the basketball coach from the Air Force Academy that was recruiting me informed me that 6'5" was a hard limit to being a pilot

But I get to look down on everyone I meet, so it all evens out, right?

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4 hours ago, blaird22 said:

I got you! 6'8" here

Had my pilot hopes dashed when I was around 16 and the basketball coach from the Air Force Academy that was recruiting me informed me that 6'5" was a hard limit to being a pilot

But I get to look down on everyone I meet, so it all evens out, right?

Hahahaha,

 

I had the same problem there. I also had hope for the Aiforce but the max was 1,91 in the Netherlands. 

I became a geography teacher instead.


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