Liège Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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Liége Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019

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08 januari 2019

IRL276 (AW139, 276) might be inbound from the NW, according ads-b
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Re: Liége Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019

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It had departed Baldonnel @ 09:35L with a fuel stop in Lydd en route.
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Re: Liége Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019

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14.01: BAF691 visiting (Da900). Must be CD-01.
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Also CH-11, BAF689 is busy with approaches
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NL.Aviation wrote:Also CH-11, BAF689 is busy with approaches
And also CH-09, BAF671 (1515LT)
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Liège Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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From ADSB:

short final now: C/S: KAF3201 C-17A, Tail: KAF342

Anyone aware of its departure time/date?
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Re: Liége Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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Above C-17 left 23rd around 1500L

According Skyliner changes on ASL Airlines' owned & NATO-flyer:
Boeing 757 ‑28A(F) 25622 530 N757AS Bank of Utah ferried 17-18jan19 LGG-DAC-XSP, regd 22jan19 ex OO-TFA

Someone more on possible consequences/implications?

And it's Liège btw
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Re: Liége Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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Osprey66 wrote:Above C-17 left 23rd around 1500L

According Skyliner changes on ASL Airlines' owned & NATO-flyer:
Boeing 757 ‑28A(F) 25622 530 N757AS Bank of Utah ferried 17-18jan19 LGG-DAC-XSP, regd 22jan19 ex OO-TFA

Someone more on possible consequences/implications?

And it's Liège btw
And it's a MIL topic btw :wink:
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Re: Liége Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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Osprey66 wrote:Above C-17 left 23rd around 1500L

According Skyliner changes on ASL Airlines' owned & NATO-flyer:
Boeing 757 ‑28A(F) 25622 530 N757AS Bank of Utah ferried 17-18jan19 LGG-DAC-XSP, regd 22jan19 ex OO-TFA

Someone more on possible consequences/implications?

And it's Liège btw
OO-TFA will be converted to full freighter config and will return to ASL.
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Re: Liège Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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according to adsb there was just ne CV-22 in landing Fenny 81 12-0065
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Re: Liège Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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MC-130 USAF inbound 13-5786
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Looking at the route of the CV22 it made an emergency landing, seem to have been en route from the UK to Germany.
So MC130 might bring some spares?
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Re: Liège Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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Correct. Hail damaged the propellers when flying over Belgium. So diversion was necessary to Liege.
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Re: Liège Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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jreijmer wrote:Correct. Hail damaged the propellers when flying over Belgium. So diversion was necessary to Liege.
Is the CV-22 still there and visible from outside?
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Re: Liège Bierset (EBLG-LGG) 2019 MIL

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witje wrote:
jreijmer wrote:Correct. Hail damaged the propellers when flying over Belgium. So diversion was necessary to Liege.
Is the CV-22 still there and visible from outside?
I don’t know if it is still here... If it is, it can ben seen from outside. Visual confirmed as 12-0065 for that one that want to know.

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