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Friday, September 19, 2014

Log Friday 19/09/2014

Cardiff IAP Runway in use 12

Parked at the club is Grumman AA-5B Tiger G-WINK
Parked on the Norman apron is AS.355F1 Ecureuil II G-BPRI
Landing at 09:02 from Blackpool is Beech C90GTi King Air N95VB ..parking on the Cambrian apron ..departed at 09:38 to Sleap
Landing at 13:01 is the diverted LFRS/Nantes Atlantique>Bristol PA-46-500TP Malibu Meridian N215SD ..parking on the Cambrian apron
Landing at 13:06 is Cessna T.206H Turbo Stationair EI-SPB ..parking on the Cambrian apron
Landing at 14:49 is HGR844 "Hangar 844" Cessna 560 Citation XLS G-OXLS ..parking on the Cambrian apron ..departed at 15:15 to Guernsey with the same c/s

Training Flights
Training today were:
Beech 200 King Air G-MEGN ..go-round 09:29, landed 09:43, airborne 09:53, landed 10:18 
"Dartmoor 07" Beech 76 Duchess G-BYNY ..go-round 11:22 and departed to Exeter

Ad Hoc charters/One off Airliner movements
Due in at 11:30 from Belfast International is OV8713 "Estonian 8713" E170 ES-AEC ..landed 11:13 parking on stand 14 ..departed at midnight back to Belfast as OV8714 "Estonian 8714"
Landing at 12:40 is the Pisa>Bristol EZY6190 "Easy 785Y" A320 G-EZTC ..parking on stand 12 ..departed at 13:30 to Bristol (Weather diversion)
Landing at 12:45 is the Naples>Bristol TOM6551 "Thomson 1EG" B752 G-BYAW ..parking on stand parking on stand 7 ..departed at 13:52 to Bristol (Weather diversion)
Landing at 12:48 is the Dublin>Bristol EI3282 "Stobart 82DR" AT76 EI-FAX ..parking on stand 4 ..departed at 14:23 to Bristol as "Stobart 328P" (Weather diversion)
Landing at 12:51 is the Shannon>Bristol EI3654 "Stobart 54BR" AT76 EI-FAW ..parking on stand 5 ..departed at 14:08 to Bristol as "Stobart 843P" (Weather diversion)
Landing at 12:55 is the Faro>Bristol EZY6006 "Easy 44PE" A319 G-EZBD ..parking on stand 13 ..departed at 13:43 to Bristol (Weather diversion)

Based Aircraft Movements
Residents active today: G-MEGN (training)

BAMC Happenings

MOD St Athan Runway in use 08
Residents active today: G-WONN 

Interesting OTT
05:29 EB FL370 at TALGA "Reach 443" C-17A 06-6156   
08:00 EB FL390 at CDF GAF886 A343 16+01   
08:25 EB FL230 at VLN "Reach 437" KC-135R 61-0294
10:10 NB FL320 at CDF FNY5013 FA50 132
10:38 WB FL330 at EXMOR "Reach 410" C-17A 92-3294
11:18 EB FL390 at DIKAS "Reach 555" C-17A 02-1111   
12:05 WB FL360 at DIKAS IAM1421 B762 MM62228 
13:40 EB FL370 at DIKAS "Reach 462" C-17A 99-0165 

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