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Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Log Wednesday 25/12/2019

Cardiff IAP Runway in use 30 ..airfield closed 11:58 16:00 12 by 21:25

Parked on the GA Apron is Cirrus SR-22 2-ROCK 
Landing at 11:18 from Luton is GAC433B "Dream Team 433B" Cessna 510 Citation Mustang OE-FNP ..parking on the Cambrian Apron
Landing at 11:50 from LFBH/La Rochelle is VLJ69AG "Valljet 69AG" Cessna 550 Citation II F-HBZA ..parking on the Cambrian Apron

St Athan Airfield  Runway in use 25 ..ATC closed until 09:00 30/12
Residents active today: G-MCGW, G-NWOI  

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