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The Farnborough 2014 Thread

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The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by WAP » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:17 pm

Thought it may be a good idea to start a thread for this years show (can't see one already) with up to date movements and confirmed info etc

This years Frequencies can be found here:
viewtopic.php?f=181&p=632834#p632834


The Reds are opening the show with a flypast tomorrow morning at 10:30 (14/07/14) coming straight from Fairford

(add one hour to times for actual time)
Q) EGTT/QWVLW/IV/M/W/000/030/5208N00117W081
B) FROM: 14/07/14 08:50C) TO: 14/07/14 10:15
E) FORMATION TRANSIT BY RED ARROWS ACFT ROUTING:
514056N 0014724W (FAIRFORD) 0906
513403N 0014725W (SWINDON) 0908
511722N 0021639W (SW TROWBRIDGE) 0912
505634N 0020021W (NW CRANBOURNE) 0916
511635N 0004627W (FARNBOROUGH) 0930
511811N 0004126W (VCY FARNBOROUGH) 0932
511102N 0003133W (E GODALMING) 0933
510108N 0005201W (NE PETERSFIELD) 0936
511306N 0011418W (SE OVERTON) 0939
513824N 0011007W (NW WALLINGFORD) 0943
515958N 0005442W (E BUCKINGHAM) 0947
521707N 0010001W (NW NORTHAMPTON) 0950
531020N 0004319W (VCY WADDINGTON) 0959
531828N 0003303W (SCAMPTON) 1001
FORMATION PLANS TO TRANSIT AT 500-2000FT AGL. TIMINGS, HGT AND ROUTE
ARE APRX AND MAY CHANGE DUE TO WX OR OTHER REQUIREMENTS.
14-07-0668/AS1
LOWER: SFC
UPPER: 3000FT AMSL


The Reds Times for public days (sat 18th and sun 19th)

(add one hour for actual time)
Q) EGTT/QRTCA/IV/BO/AW/000/070/5117N00047W006
A) EGLF B) FROM: 14/07/18 14:25C) TO: 14/07/20 15:35
E) RESTRICTED AREA (TEMPORARY) AT FARNBOROUGH, HAMPSHIRE FOR A RED
ARROWS DISPLAY 6NM RADIUS 511639 0004632W TO 4000FT AMSL AND WI 3NM
RADIUS 511639 0004632W TO FL070. AREA ESTABLISHED UNDER ARTICLE 161
OF THE AIR NAVIGATION ORDER 2009 (MIL ACFT SHOULD COMPLY WITH THE
MANUAL OF AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT, CHAPTER 4 PARAGRAPH 27).
AIC M 32/2014 DATED 15 MAY 14 REFERS. 2014-07-0101/AS1.
LOWER: SFC
UPPER: FL070
SCHEDULE: 18 1425-1505, 19 AND 20 1455-1535
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by MRTT » Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:31 pm

Here are the display times for the public days

SATURDAY
1230 Aerostars Aerobatic Team
1247 The Brietling Wingwalkers
1322 Airbus A380
1332 Airbus A400M
1342 Airbus E-Fan (What the heck is that)
1350 Classic Air Force Vampire & Meteor
INTERVAL
1408 Vulcan XH558
1420 Extra 300
1430 AAC Lynx
1440 F-35B Lightning
1456 Brietling Super Constellation
1506 USN F/A-18F Super Hornet
1515 RNHF Sea Fury
1522 Spanish AV-8B Harrier
1536 Eclipse EA500
1546 The Shuttleowrth Collection Anson
INTERVAL
1600 The Red Arrows
1633 Starduster
1641 Mid Air Squadron Canberra PR9 XH134
1653 Douglas DC3 Dakota
1705 USN P8 Poseidon
1715 RAF Typhoon FGR4
1725 Supermarine Spitfire

SUNDAY
1230 The Aerostars
1247 The Brietling Wingwalkers
1306 The Great War Display Team
1322 Airbus A380
1331 Airbus A400M
1354 Parajet
INTERVAL
1410 Avro Vulcan B2 XH558
1422 Extra 300
1432 F-35B Lightning II
1448 BBMF Flypast
1452 Avro Anson
1501 USN F/A-18F Super Hornet
1513 Brietling Super Constellation
1523 RNHF Sea Fury
1530 Spanish AV-8B Harrier
1544 AAC Lynx AH7
INTERVAL
1559 RAFAT Red Arrows
1632 Starduster
1640 Mid Air Squadron Canberra PR9 XH134
1652 Douglas DC3 Dakota
1704 USN P8 Poseidon
1714 RAF Typhoon FGR4
1724 Supermarine Spitfire

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by astra » Mon Jul 14, 2014 5:53 pm

I am at Farnborough at the moment, and have been viewing from Ullswater ave playing field, someone today thought it was a good idea to fly a radio controlled drone until it was hard to see up in the sky in the airspace above the field .

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by effects » Mon Jul 14, 2014 9:29 pm

astra wrote:I am at Farnborough at the moment, and have been viewing from Ullswater ave playing field, someone today thought it was a good idea to fly a radio controlled drone until it was hard to see up in the sky in the airspace above the field .
was that around 1315?

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by astra » Tue Jul 15, 2014 5:16 am

It was after 1pm cant remember what time exactly, it was a white cross shape drone thingy amazing to whatch it though, it reached high altitude so fast.

Are you at the show?

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by GVLCN » Tue Jul 15, 2014 3:51 pm

If the f-35 turns up it'll be a great show, will be great to see a Spanish harrier display. Been a few years since I've seen one fly.

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by snapper8v » Tue Jul 15, 2014 5:48 pm

astra wrote:It was after 1pm cant remember what time exactly, it was a white cross shape drone thingy amazing to whatch it though, it reached high altitude so fast.

Are you at the show?
That sounds like a DJI Phantom. I've been flying one since February 2013 and they're a great piece of kit if flown properly and within the CAA guidelines. The pilot should NOT have been within the NFZ :@ Image
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by Johnny » Wed Jul 16, 2014 5:53 pm

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by FreyaEvo » Thu Jul 17, 2014 8:25 pm

Has the Spanish AV-8B Sea Harrier been validated for the air show?

Heard that it hasn't and wonder if it will fly this weekend.

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by FreyaEvo » Thu Jul 17, 2014 8:39 pm

FreyaEvo wrote:Has the Spanish AV-8B Sea Harrier been validated for the air show?

Heard that it hasn't and wonder if it will fly this weekend.
oops. It has been validated.

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by 21zebra » Thu Jul 17, 2014 8:53 pm

FreyaEvo wrote:
FreyaEvo wrote:Has the Spanish AV-8B Sea Harrier been validated for the air show?

Heard that it hasn't and wonder if it will fly this weekend.
oops. It has been validated.
Saw it validate, its a nice routine with an impressive power up and away from the hover. :thumbs:
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by mikev1984 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 2:28 pm

Great display by the Spanish navy harrier May I ask what serial it is please

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by tm74sqn » Fri Jul 18, 2014 7:20 pm

mikev1984 wrote:Great display by the Spanish navy harrier May I ask what serial it is please
There were two there when I visited on Tuesday:-
VA.1B-38 coded "26" in static southside
VA.1B-24 northside, presumably for flying demo later in the week (forgot to note code for that one)

Hope that helps,
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by mikev1984 » Fri Jul 18, 2014 7:50 pm

Helps a treat thanks mate

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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by bizfreeq » Fri Jul 18, 2014 7:58 pm

mikev1984 wrote:Great display by the Spanish navy harrier May I ask what serial it is please
Best thing I have seen all season, brought back memories of years gone by....fantastic to see a Harrier derivative in UK skies once again! Well done the Spanish Navy :thumb:
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by Bushpilot » Fri Jul 18, 2014 8:00 pm

The Spanish harrier displayed today (Friday) . Boeing aren't flying anything although the P8 is now sporting a pair of harpoons under the outer pylons. Note that the exhibition halls are going to be closed for the weekend due to pilfering last year :@ (according to our courtesy car driver) and the souvenir programmes hadn't arrived as of today.
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by 21zebra » Fri Jul 18, 2014 9:13 pm

" Sir we would like to talk to you, about that missile you have fitted to your B737 " :Wow:
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by bizfreeq » Fri Jul 18, 2014 9:39 pm

Bushpilot wrote:The Spanish harrier displayed today (Friday) . Boeing aren't flying anything although the P8 is now sporting a pair of harpoons under the outer pylons. Note that the exhibition halls are going to be closed for the weekend due to pilfering last year :@ (according to our courtesy car driver) and the souvenir programmes hadn't arrived as of today.
Boeing didn't fly anything today as a mark of respect to the Malaysian Airlines catastrophe which involved one of their a/c types. Also all the flags in the showground were lowered to half mast first thing this morning as a similar mark of respect.
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Re: The Farnborough 2014 Thread

Post by Gary » Sat Jul 19, 2014 11:22 am

The Airshow is due to start in 9 mins (12.30), live streaming here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0070YUh ... e=youtu.be

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