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Post by joost1990 »

Hij zit nu op Radar Zuid, hij mag klimmen naar 26000ft en daarna 36000ft
Hij vliegt onder z'n registratie Charlie Mike Romeo
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MP744SF wrote:Visually cfrmd -TMR now taxying on the viaduct towards Zwanenburgbaan or Polderbaan... 14:50 local...
Nope... take off was from 09 with a very nice banking turn to Southern directions...

Maybe we now have room at East for a Hellenic 747 ? 8)

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Post by 330/340 »

Laten we rustig wachten wat er met de vakantiedrukte allemaal ingehuurd wordt (en hier achterblijft), plaats genoeg op Oost om wat verouderd aluminium te parkeren!

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Post by Jelly »

Geen idee of dit de juiste plaats is, maar toevallig heb ik een foto gemaakt toen hij rond een uur of 12 langs het Panoramaterras taxiede, weliswaar niet op eigen kracht (tow-truck). Ik wist niet dat hij ook vandaag weer ging vliegen, want dan was ik wel iets langer gebleven :(
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Post by mipo72 »

Almost a year after my post here it's gone.
And that in my vacation.......

Big applause for anybody who put info in this subject include myself.

Cheers,
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Ik zeg zomaar,... pak wat je kan pakken want anders is het weg!!!!!!... :scramble:
Als je het niet wil pakken , dan pak ik het wel.... moet je wel zeggen waar?????....
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The duration of the stay of this bird at AMS just touched over 3 years; 3 years and 2 weeks to be precise...:wink:

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Hi,

Pics of "her" departure from RWY09 made by my "partner in crime", Mzunguwamap can be seen on the photoforum right now!

Whow what a day, today...
Sorry that I couldn't provide you all earlier with info of "her" departure.
For me, today... the news came out of the blue ...well let's say grey :wink:
With many many thanx to my colleagues and friends, I could see todays departure... (Well, I had to break all the rules on the road :lol: - Home
-> 36L no@#*! -> 09!!! pfff....)
Also Big Thanx to Ton Jochems, who was providing us all with the many updates! HURRAY!!! :wink:

Just when airborne, "she" was smoothly banking to the right.... whow what a sight! :shock: Memories came back for me of a 707 departure, back in 1996. Then, on the 4th of March, a Mondayafternoon, SU-PBA (ex-SU-DAC - "Plantenbak" for insiders), departed as MPS999 in same weatherconditions as today from the 01L (now 36C) with an early left turn to the west... After many years of storage at East! (Had a sticky mike upon dep.)

Well that was my story about this beautifull Three Holer CS-TMR,
enjoy the pics and greetz from this :freak:
PapaKnotty flew:
A306 A30B A310 A319 A320 A321 A332 A333 A748 AS21 AS32 AT72 B06 B105
B703 B732 B733 B734 B735 B737 B738 B742 B743 B744 B74S B752 B762 B763 B772
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Post by Stratofreighter »

check
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and
http://www.linhadafrente.net/modules.ph ... &start=105" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
to see CS-TMR arriving back at her home base...
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Post by MP744SF »

jfaltena wrote: Nope... take off was from 09 with a very nice banking turn to Southern directions...
I'll take your word for that John, all I could see from my location (MZS bldg) was that it went over the viaduct, therefore most logical would be Zwanenburg- or Polderbaan... Maybe Key was playing around :wink:
brgds MP744SF.
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Post by Tiago Cotrim »

Hello

TMR is finally at home.

Thank you very much for the info, during the last year.

Best regards

Tiago Cotrim
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Post by tonjochems »

CAn you keep us up to date now from LIS about the development on TMR?
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Post by patrick@tediek.com »

Nice pictures. I must admit I never expected the bird to leave.

Hope they sent some updates from LIS. Any problems during the ferry flight?
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Post by Tiago Cotrim »

Hello

I´ll keep you posted if anything happens

Best regards

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Post by Key »

James wrote:...a big applausse for this company and the crew who dares to fly the machine after such a long time in the Dutch weather....
Hey, hey, this is a venerable Lockheed aircraft. Not some weak modern plastic plane 8)
MP744SF wrote:Maybe Key was playing around
Would I ever do such a thing? Oh OK, I guess I would... But I wasn't here! Missed that glorious moment. <sob>

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patrick@tediek.com wrote:Nice pictures. I must admit I never expected the bird to leave.

Hope they sent some updates from LIS. Any problems during the ferry flight?
The airplane arrived 15 min earlier than the expected ETD. :)

Like someone said: Hey! this a Lockheed, not a Tupperware airplane! It only needs two wings and at least one engine to fly :)

Here, taxiing to the stand after landing @ LIS:
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Welcome back CSTMR (as it was calling in the Air Band)!
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