EHAM 08-09-2007

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Post by E-R-I-C »

Vandaag gezien op 36R en oost 1300-1610 & 1730lt
VP-BRW 321 Aeroflot
OO-DLZ A300 DHL
CS-DHJ C550
CS-DMP H400XP
CN-RNZ 738wl RAM
N416MC 744F Atlas
EC-JTR 320 Vueling
F-GRZN CRJ700 Brit Air
F-GXRK Ce525
G-EZBU 319 EZY
N601TP CL601-3R
N84GV G-V
XT-BFA B727 Burkina Faso
D-CFLY Ce550
CS-DRD H800XP
OO-VLI & J F50 VLM
PH-DMT F50 VLM
LZ-BOQ 735 Bulgarian Air
JY-AYI 320 Royal Wings
PH-KBX F70
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Numbercruncher wrote:Gelukkig stuurde Air France/Brit Air de F-GRZN, en dat was dan wel een goeie. Op Sierra overigens nog de N416MC en de OO-DLV, should anyone be interested.
Euhm, heb zelf de OO-DLZ van DHL gezien, en dat was voor mij weer een mooie gapfiller...:wink:

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Update East (departures only):

Ce560XL CS-DFR left 19.01 to DUB
CL601 N601TP left 19.42 to LHR

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Post by Flying Flea Builder »

Two 'tower fly-by's': around 11.00 MARHELI Lynx and 14.00 and 14.45 Extra 300 (F. Versteeg ??)
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EA300 was D-EZOZ;
R Neth Navy Lynx made another flyby at around 13.30 lt, coming from the south. Anyone for the registration?
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strange thing on EHAM 8-9-2007

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Yesterday i was photographing some aircraft at the polderbaan and i saw an Extra 300 (looked like Mr. versteeghs old aircraft but 99,9% i'm shure that it was that aircraft), doing a G turn around the control tower of the polderbaan and then i saw do it again around schiphol tower.

Is that a common thing on EHAM? or does this pilot loose his license :D?


(pic of turn around maintower will be posted soon)
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Re: strange thing on EHAM 8-9-2007

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topgun1984 wrote:Yesterday i was photographing some aircraft at the polderbaan and i saw an Extra 300 (looked like Mr. versteeghs old aircraft but 99,9% i'm shure that it was that aircraft), doing a G turn around the control tower of the polderbaan and then i saw do it again around schiphol tower.

Is that a common thing on EHAM? or does this pilot loose his license :D?


(pic of turn around maintower will be posted soon)
It's happening from time to time; helicopters passing by usually take a turn around the tower, planes not so often (except the Coastguard Do-228) but only after approval of the tower.

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Post by roel lodder »

You do'nt have to try this with a
Boeing 747!!
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Post by topgun1984 »

but i think a extra 300 is something else then a helicopter (or even a 747)... It was kinda close from my perspective
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Post by ReOn »

topgun1984 wrote:... It was kinda close from my perspective
Frank Versteegh took "inbound the tower" quite literaly! He was flying at approximately 85m, and banked stunningly around the tower. Too quick for our cameras, unfortunately.
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