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EHLW 18-04-2018

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AME1509 just left for Zaragoza. Not showing on ADS-B, only on radar :wink:
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Could anybody confirm if this was the 15-20?

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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

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Hope not. The 15-20 is (hope not was) a new one for me.
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After the F-18 left, MiG29 89 was towed over the taxiway along the hill back to the shelters. Saw it from the parking lot. :cry:

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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

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hi

somebody with log morning wave & afternoon wave?
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Ajaxfever wrote:Hope not. The 15-20 is (hope not was) a new one for me.
I doubt as this one flew a mission in the morning and afternoon. i presume J882 left to Volkel out of the afternoon wave, as it didn't arr back till 1615lcl.
Anyone to cfm???
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Tigerspoon wrote:
Ajaxfever wrote:Hope not. The 15-20 is (hope not was) a new one for me.
I doubt as this one flew a mission in the morning and afternoon. i presume J882 left to Volkel out of the afternoon wave, as it didn't arr back till 1615lcl.
Anyone to cfm???
It was a doubleseater...couldn't see a serial (driving the car...)
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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

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EF-18BM CE.15-09/15-77 dep as AME1509
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Tigerspoon wrote:
Ajaxfever wrote:Hope not. The 15-20 is (hope not was) a new one for me.
I doubt as this one flew a mission in the morning and afternoon. i presume J882 left to Volkel out of the afternoon wave, as it didn't arr back till 1615lcl.
Anyone to cfm???

I have a landing picture from it with time stamp 15:26
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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

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Okay thx so i missed it
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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

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mainsail2011 wrote:hi

somebody with log morning wave & afternoon wave?
Morning:

French
645/3-XP
668/3-IG
681/3-AG

346/4-FM
314/4-HP
317/4-HO
338/4-IO

102/30-EF
128/30-GG

Spanish
C.15-22/15-09
C.15-28/15-15
C.15-41/15-28
C.15-33/15-20
C.15-16/15-03
C.15-35/15-22

USAF
85-0134
84-0005
84-0002
84-0003
84-0028
85-0106
85-0111
86-0158

Germany
30+87
31+07
30+86
31+01
31+04
31+08

Polish
4043
4045
4055
4047

59
111

Netherlands
J-643
J-514
J-017
J-624
J-631
J-879
J-005
J-003
J-630
J-196
J-015
J-136
J-201
J-882
J-511
J-632

Cobham
G-FRAT

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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

Post by GUINNESS_EHEH »

Dear all,

1. I'm looking for the serial of the EC.135 (ANWB) that came in after FF landed.
2. The F-16's from the afternoon wave (Dutch and Polish)

Thanks for helping out !
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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

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The Polish were the exact same 4 that flew during the morning.
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[quote="GUINNESS_EHEH"]Dear all,

1. I'm looking for the serial of the EC.135 (ANWB) that came in after FF landed.
2. The F-16's from the afternoon wave (Dutch and Polish)

Dutch
J003
J630
J643
J015
J017
J201
J624
J006
J632
J511
J631
J879
J196
J882
J136
J005

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Re: EHLW 18-04-2018

Post by mirage 69 »

EC-135 should be H-145, registration PH-OOP
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