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Sunday, December 15, 2019

Log Sunday 15/12/2019

Cardiff IAP Runway in use 30

Landing at 15:26 from EHBK/Maastricht is NJE2TN "Fraction 2TN" Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300 CS-PHN ..parking on the Cambrian apron ..departed at 16:23 to LSGG/Geneva as NJE058L "Fraction 058L"

Training Flights & Flybys
Training today were:
OXF99 "Oxford 99" PA-34-220T Seneca G-OXFE ..go-rounds 12:46, 12:57 and departed back to Oxford
"GLDGA" DA42 Twin Star G-LDGA ..go-round 15:50 and departed back to Oxford

Ad Hoc charters/One off Airliner movements
Parked on stand 11 is F100 YR-FZA ..departed at 10:42 to LFBZ/Biarritz Pays Basque as KRP3104 "Carpatair 3104

St Athan Airfield  Runway in use 25 (ATC closed)
Residents active today: G-MCGX  

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