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Theo03 wrote:Any news on the tornado's???

ETA??
Country??
Tornado ECR (Lechfeld)
Germany
the will refuel at leeuwarden end than to Cornfield Range.
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cornfielddjango wrote:
Theo03 wrote:Any news on the tornado's???

ETA??
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Tornado ECR (Lechfeld)
Germany
the will refuel at leeuwarden end than to Cornfield Range.
any idea what time approximately ?? AM or PM ??
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wo. en do. 2x tornado JBG32 om 12.40 lt.
1/9 ma. 2x jetstream 11.10lt
2/9 di. 2x f4 12.30lt
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Quick question. As I moved to Enkhuizen recently, EHLW had gotten closer for me and I met someone here who shares my interest for aircraft and can drive me to Leeuwarden. Between what times is EHLW active? Because we can't get there really early due to school.
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Post by Stephan Lodewijks »

'BAF 152' was requesting direct course to Leeuwarden just now. I don't know wether its destination is Leeuwarden, or wether it will only pass overhead at some altitude.

I don't know what type of aircraft uses BAF 15x these days (it used to be the callsignrange of 1 Wg's CM.170s).

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Stephan Lodewijks wrote:'BAF 152' was requesting direct course to Leeuwarden just now. I don't know wether its destination is Leeuwarden, or wether it will only pass overhead at some altitude.

I don't know what type of aircraft uses BAF 15x these days (it used to be the callsignrange of 1 Wg's CM.170s).

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According SBS1 "BAF152" ST-47 SF-260M+ 5sm
(numbers are not 100%)
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The Italians went back home this afternoon a bit earlier then expected :cry:
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Post by Polleke_NL »

BAF SF260 indeed was ST47, Italians made a morning sortie and departed again around 13.00h., Lechfeld Tornado's arrived 20 minutes early at 12.20. Don't have the regi's on me at this moment, perhaps one of the other few spotters around could post the here?
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German Tornado's were the 43+08 and 45+12
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Ter info:

43*08 Tornado IDS(T) JBG32 "GAFLC01" Arr Lwd 1221LT fuelstop, Dep. 1400LT
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Did these Italian F-16s made a fuel stop in France or did they come/go directly from/to Cervia? MTIA

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Rafex wrote:Did these Italian F-16s made a fuel stop in France or did they come/go directly from/to Cervia? MTIA

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I suspect [not sure] that they indeed made a fuelstop in France.
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01/9

NAVY751 Jetstream RN. ETA 11:00LT, ETD 11:45LT
NAVY752 Jetstream RN. ETA 11:10LT, ETD 11:55LT

Next stop will be Aalborg
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NAF323 3x F-16.M. ETD 14:30LT (to Orland/FWIT participants)
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According to http://www.jerseyairdisplay.org.uk/news/timetable.php" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; , posted last Tuesday, the Saab J-29 Tunnan and a Vampire are in the flying display of the Jersey Airshow.

Is it possible that these aircraft again stage through Leeuwarden on their way to/from Jersey :?:
They certainly did two years ago :!:
The event on this Channel Island will be held on the 11th of September (...) 2008, i.e. next Thursday.

According to http://www.aeroseum.se/goteborgaeroshow ... index.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; the Tunnan did fly last weekend.
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