Reviews of Firefly at Milan Malpensa Airport Real customer reviews Find out what other customers think - so you can decide if Firefly is the right company for you. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 03 October The ease of collecting the car from the airport. Very close to the terminal and the staff were fantastic. Returning to the airport was a little confusing on how to find the correct way into the return car park but only due to construction and the sat nav directing the wrong way.
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Be sure not to go into the Easy jet car park as you cannot get access to the return car park from this entrance so you have to exit and go back around. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 26 September Rental desk could be easier to find, car overall was okay, no problems. Staff was very nice and easy to talk and comunicate. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 21 September Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 19 August Fast pick up and drop off, simple and kind staff made it a great experience.
I just couldn't get the car in Milan downtown for the same price and conditions. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 21 April Everything was great and well explained. As this was my first ever car rental, that was important. Car's Window washing liquid ran out in the first hour of my journey, so I had to purchase and add fill it in myself. I thought these things would be checked. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 13 April We were given an upgrade on arrival and it was diesel.
Great for the bigger distance up to the mountains for our ski trip. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 04 March The counter staff was very friendly and gave me the discount for a child seat because the car has not been prepared when I came. The car cleanniness of the car was acceptable after all.
I would appreciate a bigger sign where to drive from T2 parking area when returning the car. Moreover for international arrivals car rental center at T2 requires long walk and then a free shuttle from T1 circa 20 mins. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 01 March The car wasn't clean.
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Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 24 February Easy and simple. Good value for the money I made a mistake and booked in T2 when I was traveling to and from T1 and the place to park the car was not easy to find. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 15 February Nice car in good condition Not washed. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 17 January Mostly a positive experience, good car, good service, easy pick up Had to return to get my paperwork stamped regarding confirmation of car being confirmed as returned with full fuel.
That's important to stop abuse of the fuel policy. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 03 January No one to show as to the car not easy to find the car. On a return no one to check the car. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 12 November Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 07 October Good economical car. Car trunk was a bit small.
Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 28 August No frills Dirty screens and inside one empty milk carton left at the back seat. Anonymous Milan Malpensa Airport 23 August Polite staff, great, fast service, nice car, easy findable location. Everything was fine. I can not write anything wrong. Firefly History in Photos. Firefly Airframe Histories. Surviving Fireflies. Firefly Anecdotes. Straight Deck Landings. The two crew members had separate cockpits with good visibility.
A navigator was necessary for complex, long-range reconnaissance over the ocean, allowing the pilot to concentrate on flying. The wings had square tips and large Fairey-Youngman flaps, providing good handling at low speeds. With wide-track undercarriage, deck hook and folding wings, they were ideal for light-fleet carrier operations. Orders were soon placed for two Majestic-class light-fleet carriers from the British Admiralty. Following consultation with the RN the Fairey Firefly was selected as it had a record of reliability, including service in the tropics with the British Pacific Fleet.
The Hawker Sea Fury 11 fighter-bomber was also chosen for its qualities and outstanding service with the RN. Importantly, the British Admiralty offered generous support for aircrew and maintainer training — and RN loan personnel. The RAN purchased a total of Fairey Fireflies, of which 88 were delivered by Sydney ; 19 via Vengeance , and one by a merchant ship. The first Fireflies were delivered in May and the last in August Above: Two excellent photographs of Firefly WB click to enlarge.
The image on the left allows a good view of the cockpit configuration. Note the radiator inlets mounted in the wing centre section extensions, and the Fairey-Youngman flaps, which moved aft on tracks. This gave the aircraft high lift for take off and high drag for landing, and contributed to its excellent low speed handling characteristics. There was not much between the 4,5, and 6 in general handling, and the MK 7, the three-seater performed much as the others.
All Mks were well balanced in their controls but required a strong right arm for aerobatics, as I was to recall after flying powered ailerons in the Hawker Seahawk, on RN exchange. The Rolls Royce Griffon was an excellent engine and never let me down in just short of hours.
The only problem we had was RR failing to properly case- harden a set of cams and they were found to be rounding off in a short space of time! There was doubt as to which batch had been affected and we were required to check a new engine for the first 5 hours, and subsequently 25 hours, until they proved themselves.
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All very embarrassing for RR. The circuit was flown at ft, aiming to turn in on a constant curved approach, hoping to pick up the bats at the ninety at a steady 90 knots; two knots either side could get you into trouble with either a ramp strike or missed wires. The technique following the cut was to let the nose drop, which gave you an instant view of the flight deck enabling a quick assessment of the flare height, to arrive fully stalled as you snatched a wire.
After a couple of ropey landings I began to feel that I might have got the hang of it; until my fourth approach. It started off OK but then the batsman began to give me a serious of slows, followed by a low dip, not a good condition to be in. I added power but could feel the aircraft sinking. More power seem to make the situation worse and it was at this point that I realised that something was wrong and chanced a quick look in the cockpit.
The problem was immediately apparent, the pitch lever had slipped back. Fortunately, my good training kicked in preventing me from ramming the lever forward, because with the amount of boost I had been demanding, I would have been pitched straight into a torque stall. Needless to say, gentle easing of the lever forward saved the situation and I am not now resident in the Irish Sea. However, as already remarked, it was an easy deck lander, as I managed without an accident. After four landings, we were introduced to the catapult, the old hydraulic launcher which hit the maximum thrust at the commencement of the stroke.
We were cautioned to ensure the throttle friction nut was fully tightened at 18 pounds boost and not to hold the throttle or stick, but to put your right hand behind the latter, and your left to grip your right elbow. I immediately shoved the stick forward resulting in the aircraft diving off towards the sea. A subsequent over correction had a plan view of the aircraft reaching for the sky. Of course, all this had happened in a nano second whist still on the catapult track. ASW patrols were generally flown at ft and knots, very boring, and when you found the canned submarine, the non-directional sonobuoys where pretty useless.
And you may require 2 people depending on the item you have bought. This enhanced delivery option is fulfilled by our logistics partners Healthcare Distribution Direct, specialists in the white glove delivery and installation of healthcare equipment.
This is ideal for those customers who require assistance with unpacking and assembling an item and for whom the standard kerbside delivery is not an option. The enhanced delivery option is not eligible for refund once the service has been fulfilled. If you have any questions about this service just call our helpful team on 92 67 70 77 and we will be delighted to help answer any questions that you have. If you opt in to the enhanced warranty support we will appoint a competent person to call out and fit parts under warranty and there would be no charge incurred for the call out and labour.
In the event of non warranty parts requirements labour and call outs are chargeable at the standard rate.
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Some of our products will require installation by a qualified person such as a plumber, electrician or engineer. This includes the installation of Stairlifts, overhead track hoists, Biobidet toilet washers, level access shower trays and our range of bath tubs. Please contact us if you require this service as this is not included in any of the above options. Skip to the end of the images gallery.
Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. Firefly Electric Wheelchair Power Attachment. Brand: Rio Mobility. In stock. Why buy from us? Be the first to review this product. What is your wheelchair seat width? Fitting Service I will appoint my own installer and take responsibility for correct installation.
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Northern Ireland Showroom. Scotland Showroom. Expected Delivery: 2 - 3 working days. Add to Basket Make an enquiry Book a showroom demo. Changed from a 4 point attachment system to a simpler quick release 2 point attachment which greatly speeds up the attachment and detachment from the wheelchair. Improved dual disc and v breaking system New Improved lighter weight Lithium battery pack New improved frame design comes apart for transport and storage.
The Firefly is capable of Firefly on children's wheelchairs:. We can supply a smaller frame for use on children's wheelchairs.
This is suitable for wheelchairs that are between 10" and 12" wide. Call us on 92 for a chat about this if needed. Previous customers have used the Access to Work scheme to fund their Firefly. You can call us on 92 for more info about this option. In the downloads tab above you can download the Air Worthiness certificates from the manufacturer. You should contact your airline prior to travelling however rather than simply relying on these documents as various airlines have differing policies. We can ship your Firefly to France, Germany, Netherlands and other parts of EU - contact us for more info if you need help.