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Six American Pilots flying 6 Super Tucano Jets to Nigeria stopped for a refuel in USA, See pictures

Pictures of the group of six American pilots flying six A-29 Super Tucano fighter jets to Nigeria emerged online.

The six American pilots stopped for a refuel and check-up in the Worcester Regional Airport in the United States of America.

An American pilot identified as Paul Atkinson was seen preparing the A-29 Super Tucano jet for a flight to Nigeria after refueling at Worcester Regional Airport.

Another American Pilot identified as Tim “Nabber” Oliver was also seen conducting a checkup and examination on the A-29 Super Tucano fighter jet for flight, outside of Rectrix at Worcester Regional Airport.

This was after the six American pilots had en route to Nigeria, conducted a preflight meeting at a refueling stop at Worcester in Massachusetts, USA.

The Worcester Regional Airport (ORH) is owned and operated by Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport). The airport is five kilometers west of Worcester, in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States.

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American Paul Atkinson Tim Nabber Oliver United States Worcester Regional Airport


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