Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

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Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

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Participants to incoming G-7 are gathering...
Pictures from this afternoon (Abelag area). Regarding planes locations, pictures were not always easy to make.

E-4B and C-37, EdA Falcon.
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Re: Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

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Nice report considering the poor options for photography! When did this Spanish Falcon arrive? I was there around 11 o clock and then the 45-41 arrived. So there were two Spanish Falcons present at Abelag? Or did you only spot the 45-44?

Greetings Twan
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Re: Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

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I just saw this EdA Falcon, parked in front of Abelag's main door.
From the different places where I have been, I didn't see any other Spanish Falcon while I was there (between around 4 and 5 PM). But it is possible to park other visitors at Melsbroek, where they are not visible from outside.
Next to the USAF C-20 (or is it a C-37 ?) stond a civilian Gulfstream (N718DW : see here under). I don't now who it belongs to : usual business jet or US Government ??

Good evening and good luck for tomorrow's hunt !! Unfortunatelly, I won't be able to go tomorrow to Zaventem...
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Re: Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

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The US Army Gulf is a G4, or a C-20F in US Ay books.

The N registered gulf is just a business jet nothing special.

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Re: Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

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hey,

wich runway is in use for the moment in brussels airport,

thank you
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Re: Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

Post by Royaljordanian »

philippe1980 wrote:hey,

wich runway is in use for the moment in brussels airport,

thank you
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Hello

Arr: RWY 25L and 25R
Dep: RWY 25R

Mvg,

PS: But today is 04JUN14 so why do you post this in 03JUN06?
All my posted timings are local !
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Re: Brussels-Zaventem 03-06-14 (MIL)

Post by philippe1980 »

sorry,

wrote without reading the title.
Thank you for the info anyway,

philippe
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