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MW 14/4

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MW 14/4

Post by farnboroughrob » Thu Apr 14, 2016 2:16 pm

My visits here are like buses, none for months and 2 in 2 days, probably wont be back for months now!
Noted 09:00-09:30 were just a pair of Squirrels doing underslung load training ZJ245,ZJ248

then between 11:45 and 13:45 were
XZ345 Gazelle AAC750
ZB691 Gazelle AAC076
ZE376 Lynx AAC101
ZJ192 Apache
ZJ210 Apache
ZJ232 Apache
ZJ245 Squirrel AAC707
ZJ246 Squirrel AAC719
ZJ252 Squirrel
ZJ254 Squirrel

The Apaches were taken from mode S the rest read off


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Re: MW 14/4

Post by Kevin Brewer » Thu Apr 14, 2016 6:20 pm


Thanks for the report. Between 15.15 and 17.15 this afternoon I noted:

Lynx AH.9 ZE376, refuelled and put away in Hangar 1 (D&TS?)
Gazelle AH.1 ZA736, in a striking BATUS colour scheme with spanking new Dayglo highlights, pulled out of-, refuelled and returned to Hangar 2
Squirrels ZJ245, ZJ246, ZJ249 and ZJ254
BAe 146 QQ101 through the overhead
Bell 212 AH.1 ZKO67 / uncoded
Apache AH.1 (Serial ZJ195 if ADS-B is to be believed)
Wildcat AH.1 ZZ521, 'Army' marks. Came in for a very quick fuel stop at c.17.00, departing again at 17.15, arriving from and departing to the east.

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Re:Flying days

Post by Gundylunch » Sun Jun 05, 2016 6:29 pm

Are the AAC likely to do much flying on a Friday ?? - thinking of paying a photo visit next week

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