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Villafranca remaining airframes

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teeonefixer
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Villafranca remaining airframes

Post by teeonefixer » Sun Jun 04, 2017 8:53 pm

On a family holiday I flew into Verona and would like to know if anyone had any i/ds for the remaining visible airframes ("Eurodemobbed" is a bit out of date):
Southern ramp - camo F-104 and camo Tornado
central ramp AMX
just to the north of this in the bushes, a G-222 fuselage and further up a grey Tornado and what looks like a Piaggio fuselage further back


MTIA

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Re: Villafranca remaining airframes

Post by Freeman Lowell » Sun Jun 04, 2017 9:40 pm

Hi Tee,
I think you're a little hard on Eurodemobbed. :P Villafranca was updated within the last month.
It does list the camo Tornado that you're after and the camo Starfighter, that I think you saw : MM6525.
Last month that Starfighter was parked behind the new AMX. If the AMX you saw had no wings, then it was coded 51-51. Although I can't help you with that serial or any of the other identities :(
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Re: Villafranca remaining airframes

Post by TB1 » Mon Jun 05, 2017 9:49 am

>>>>>>("Eurodemobbed" is a bit out of date):

It is as up to date as the information received by the authors.

If only more people reported their sightings to them it would be a lot more up to date.

Not a rant just an observation.

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Re: Villafranca remaining airframes

Post by teeonefixer » Mon Jun 05, 2017 10:12 pm

OOOOOPS, I didn't mean to have a pop at Eurodemobbed.
The AMX I saw on landing was wingless. However a pic I took outbound shows a winged example !

Thanks for your replies, hopefully someone will have a good look on their travels soon !

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