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G-EZBX was on EZY5103
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Today was the first time I noticed some aircraft were parked on the new extension at the S-apron. At this moment a Dragonair 747 is parked at S96, while earlier today an Atlas 747-400 was parked at S94. In between must be S95 for the smaller aircraft..
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Re: EHAM 16-10-2007

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Bokkum wrote:Hi,
Cirrus Airlines Embraer 145 expected:
13.30-11.00 (17OCT), C97145/4517, MUC-SPL-OLB
Regards, Jeroen
I can't recall a Cirrus coming in @ SPL before at least 1415. Changed to Rotterdam?, as one was expected there as well, and for sure an aircraft with a cirrus callsign arrived there early afternoon.

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T7 wrote:Today was the first time I noticed some aircraft were parked on the new extension at the S-apron. At this moment a Dragonair 747 is parked at S96, while earlier today an Atlas 747-400 was parked at S94. In between must be S95 for the smaller aircraft..
Small addition to my own story, only today these positions are used. Will be fully operational starting 23rd November..
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PH-BAS wrote:Kan iemand mij vertellen of inderdaad de B-18210/18211 en misschien nog wel meer luxer zijn ingericht dan de B-18201 t/m B-18209 :)
Ja dat kan ik wel. :wink:
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Re: EHAM 16-10-2007

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adz wrote:I can't recall a Cirrus coming in @ SPL before at least 1415. Changed to Rotterdam?
Do think so, although I can not give a confirmation for this...

SPL-East at 16.30Lt:

G-EDCJ Ce525
EC-JZK Ce560XL
OE-GCA Ce560XL
CS-DNZ Ce560XL
G-LXRS BD700
CS-DXN Ce560XL
F-GESP Fa2000
RA-02801 Hs125

...and locals -ILZ, -EEV, -MNZ + D-CNLB.

Regards, Jeroen
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T7 wrote:only today these positions are used. Will be fully operational starting 23rd November..
That explains why there was no announcement of the use of these spots to ATC or pilots... Thx!
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Bay 1 - PH-BFP
Bay 2 - (LX-PCV)
Bay 3 - empty
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Re: EHAM 16-10-2007

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adz wrote:
Bokkum wrote:Cirrus Airlines Embraer 145 expected:
13.30-11.00 (17OCT), C97145/4517, MUC-SPL-OLB
I can't recall a Cirrus coming in @ SPL before at least 1415. Changed to Rotterdam?, as one was expected there as well, and for sure an aircraft with a cirrus callsign arrived there early afternoon.
Outbound flight RTM is tomorrow 17OCT at 08.30Lt as C94517 to.....OLB

Don't expect this one at SPL anymore...

Regards, Jeroen
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Due to some unforeseen circumstances, I didn't get around to checking some of today's flights on spl.nl :(

Therefore, could someone fill in (some of) these gaps? Would be much appreciated!

-last NWA B757, present around 1300 lt
-2x COA B767 at 1300
-EZY A319 departing at 1310
-NWA A330 departing at 1320
-2x RAM B737 (dep 1430, dep 1510)
-NWA A330 departing 1545
-EZY A319 departing 1600
-EZY B737 at gate at 1600
-TOM B737 at gate at 1600

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NW 752 N544US, NW 332 N813NW, NW 332 N811NW or N818NW, both left the same time.
CO 764 N67058 and N68061.
EZY G-EZBX and G-EZAG and G-EZJO.
AT CN-ROK and CN-RMV.
TOM G-THON.


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