Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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r.e.hendriks wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 11:50 Did anyone noted which one had no props attached??
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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Sjoerd wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 12:24
r.e.hendriks wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 11:50 Did anyone noted which one had no props attached??
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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juni 7th;
Mi-8T 93+03 was parked in a shed near the crashgate at the east side of the base, looks like its undergoing a overhaul.

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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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leonard van T wrote: 11 Jun 2024, 18:57 juni 7th;
Mi-8T 93+03 was parked in a shed near the crashgate at the east side of the base, looks like its undergoing a overhaul.

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Correct, owned by the museum of course, and undergoing restoration work as confirmed in the Ju-52 halle. It now carries its serial as well.
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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Hello, sunday 9yh June we noticed heavy construction at the western part and a big sign said it is newbuilt for Airbus A400 maintenance, will this mean the A400 fleet worldwide? will use Wunstorf and Sevilla in the near future?
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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In mid-June A400M 54+46 will be delivered from Sevilla to LTG 62 and also the long-time maintenance aircraft 54+01 is awaited back after more than four and a half years leaving for Manching in October 2019(!).
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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On 19.06. after 13.00h special painted C-130H 747 of HAF/356.MTM arrived from Hahn.

Later in the afternoon A400M 54+46 will arrive from Sevilla for it’s first landing here.
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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A400M 54+01 arrived back on 20.06.
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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The first LTG 62 A400M which was finished with at special „Pacific Skies 2024“ badge on the fin is 54+09. Some more should follow.
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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Active A400M of LTG 62 on 27.06. were:

54+05, 54+22, 54+26, 54+39 and 54+41.

On the ramp the following were noted: 54+01, 54+03, 54+04, 54+07, 54+09 plus nine more unidentified while 54+19 and 54+23 were towed into some hangars. Of these 54+07 and 54+09 had the new quite large "Pacific Skies 2024" sticker on the fin. Some more should follow.

The 62thAW C-17A 94-0066 on 26.06.departed with MH-60S 168856/VR-69 of HSC-21. It already was the third visit of this C-17A in the last four weeks. On this day the two C-130J 55+01 and 55+03 of BATS Rhin/Rhein were also visiting.

The first landing ever (!) by a Skyhawk on this base was made by Top Aces A-4N C-FGZI/531 on 25.06.
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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A400M 54+33 is now the third aircraft with the „Pacific Skies 2024“ badge on fin.
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Re: Wunstorf (ETNW) 2024

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Further two A400M with the badge should be 54+19 and 54+42.
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