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Amsterdam-Schiphol (EHAM/AMS) - 2007 MIL ONLY!

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Expected this afternoon at Schiphol-east:

NAVY760 3x Lynx

ETA 16:00LT
ETD ???
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Formation of NAVY760/761/761 airborne at 14:48LT :lol:
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They are now checking in on 124.3 amsterdam Radar lower. 3 Choppers.
After that Schiphol Tower 119.225, landing runway 22 and after that parking at Schiphol East.
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The winning numbers:

XZ641 XZ654 XZ178 al are Lynx AH.7

Thanks to Melchior Timmers :wink:
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Thanks for checking Thijs :wink:

They're parked right of the Martinair hangar. Not a good spot for pictures :?
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XZ654 has ARMY on the tail boom.
XZ178 has Royal Marines on the tail boom.
XZ641 has RM on the tail boom.

All three have Fly Navy stickers on the lower right corner of the sliding door.

Parking positions are K35, K36 and K37.

Nice start of the season!

Many thanks Otto!!

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ETD of the Lynx helicopters will be: 11:00LT (09/1)
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Piet Luijken wrote:Nice start of the season!
It sure is. Was that you at the right spot at the right time when they arrived?? surely want to see those pictures.

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and the reason
With regards to the the 3 Lynx from 847 Sqn, they are enroute from Yeovilton to Norway for winter training etc.
Tomorrow (9/1/07) four Sea King HC.4's are due to depart Yeovilton for Norway, not sure of their route but keep your eyes peeled!
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I think we can expect them back within a few weeks.
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Will those Lynxes be allowed to leave with these winds ??
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With regards to the the 3 Lynx from 847 Sqn, they are enroute from Yeovilton to Norway for winter training etc.
Tomorrow (9/1/07) four Sea King HC.4's are due to depart Yeovilton for Norway, not sure of their route but keep your eyes peeled!
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Heard from a fellow spotter some Sea Kings are expected at De Kooi today (jan.9), could that be these?
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The three Lynxes are have left Schiphol.
They are now overhead Amstelveen at 1035LT.

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Spanish Navy Ce550 U20-01 at SPL-East 15/01

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Hi,

as mentioned above, no ETD known.

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Re: Spanish Navy Ce550 U20-01 at SPL-East 15/01

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Bokkum wrote:Hi,

as mentioned above, no ETD known.

Regards, Jeroen
ETD was 14:23lt to ROF so back where it came from..... :cry:
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Ce550 U20-2 at SPL 17th of January

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According CISS:

arr 14.12 as AME8404 from ROF = Ce550 U20-2. No ETD mentioned.

Regards, Jeroen
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