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EHAM 04-03-2013

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East:
0900 OE-HLL BD100
0905 M-SPEC BKA350
1015 VH-MQK FA7X
1030 M-DRIL PC12
1230 D-CRAN LJ60
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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0905-1025 OE-LBK A320 OS ex D-ALTK
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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EK147 12:40 with A6-EED
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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Nog wat Oost:
1330 M-ARKZ
1700 OO-GMJ
1800 D-CREY
1830 D-CEFO
1900 M-DAVE
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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According to Flightradar24 a critical approach occured this morning at Polderbaan around 9 o'clock.
Kalitta B744 and BA B763 where very close at final. Kalitta had to go around!!
Can someone confirm this?
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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CSN346 wrote:According to Flightradar24 a critical approach occured this morning at Polderbaan around 9 o'clock.
Kalitta B744 and BA B763 where very close at final. Kalitta had to go around!!
Can someone confirm this?
Hi,

That Kalitta B747 (B742 N795CK) did not go-around. It did receive a new lineup however and it certainly looks interesting on "radar" but I don't think it was that critical:

http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/4757/2 ... 795ck1.jpg

It looks like the aircraft were very close to eachother, landing on the same runway, but I think the BA B763's position isn't very accurate. Many 1980's types of aircraft don't transmit a position of GPS-precision, because its navigation is still based on older IRS/RNAV systems. At that moment both 18R and 18C were in use (Kalitta seems to be the last one landing on 18C) and as it is coming from the west, and also looking at the "radar"-taxi-route afterwards, the B763 must have landed on 18R. You just have to "move" its track a little bit to the west to see where it really has flown.
At the moment of the "near miss" BA was at 2000' (1800' pressure altitude on radar) and Kalitta stayed at 3000' (2800') so they had a 1000' separation all the time. I haven't looked for an ATC-fragment on the internet but I'm sure it was just Kalitta needing a new lineup and BA having nothing to do with it.

G-BZHC landed at 09:10, N795CK at 09:17.

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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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n5205e00421 wrote:
CSN346 wrote:According to Flightradar24 a critical approach occured this morning at Polderbaan around 9 o'clock.
Kalitta B744 and BA B763 where very close at final. Kalitta had to go around!!
Can someone confirm this?
Hi,

That Kalitta B747 (B742 N795CK) did not go-around. It did receive a new lineup however and it certainly looks interesting on "radar" but I don't think it was that critical:

http://img96.imageshack.us/img96/4757/2 ... 795ck1.jpg

It looks like the aircraft were very close to eachother, landing on the same runway, but I think the BA B763's position isn't very accurate. Many 1980's types of aircraft don't transmit a position of GPS-precision, because its navigation is still based on older IRS/RNAV systems. At that moment both 18R and 18C were in use (Kalitta seems to be the last one landing on 18C) and as it is coming from the west, and also looking at the "radar"-taxi-route afterwards, the B763 must have landed on 18R. You just have to "move" its track a little bit to the west to see where it really has flown.
At the moment of the "near miss" BA was at 2000' (1800' pressure altitude on radar) and Kalitta stayed at 3000' (2800') so they had a 1000' separation all the time. I haven't looked for an ATC-fragment on the internet but I'm sure it was just Kalitta needing a new lineup and BA having nothing to do with it.

G-BZHC landed at 09:10, N795CK at 09:17.

Laurent
Thanks Laurent
Greetings,
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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Hiya,

According FIRDA M-ARKZ is cancelled

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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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DAL604 (N807NW) now returning to SPL after having turned around near Apeldoorn
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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frank kramer wrote:DAL604 (N807NW) now returning to SPL after having turned around near Apeldoorn
Correct and on 1 engine.


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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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Chris Veringa wrote:Hiya,

According FIRDA M-ARKZ is cancelled

rgds,
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According ciss 1415C
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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It looks like the first Portugese Netjets BD700
1354C CS-GLA

No c/n found only.
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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East 1150 lt
LY-FSK HS125
G-FBLK C510
M-DRIL PC12
N240LG FA900
N515TJ BJ400
CS-DNW C560
LX-MDA CL604
VH-MQK FA7X
M-SNSS FA50,preparing dep.
on engine covers "C-GXBB",from the previous owner
I-ERJE LJ45

In around 1230 D-CRAN LJ60
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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1336C-1450 TC-JHP B737-800 TK, 2nd visit
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Re: EHAM 04-03-2013

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OO-TSB B-777F TNT, over Uithoorn gelezen bij vertrek 18L

En daar kan de PH-AKE 330-303 KLM ook bij.
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