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Re: Wie wat waar vliegt daar - 2020 MIL

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Sjoerd wrote: 26 Nov 2020, 09:47
Bennie wrote: 25 Nov 2020, 15:03
Sjoerd wrote: 25 Nov 2020, 14:43 Crossing NL from NE to SW at FL160 was EMB.121AN (69 as per ADSB) as CTM1719, originating from Bremen. Any confirmation would be nice!
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Which seems obvious, but I still have some questions. The aircraft in question flew in the old navy colours, including Marine titles and large serial on the tail (but to small to read from my pics). Serial 69 is believed to be operated by the 28 Flotille (l/n Aug 2020 as per Scramble database). However, CTM is an airforce callsign. So has this airframe transferred to to the air force (like several others did in the past decades), or can Navy airfraft also fly under COTAM callsigns? That would be new to me!
Navy aircraft have visited Schiphol on several occasions calling 'CTM', so nothing out of the ordinary.
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CNV6125 91-0502 C26D out of Prestwick heading east FL230.
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Sjoerd wrote: 26 Nov 2020, 11:52 :D Every day is a learning day!
AFAIK, EAT00.319 is using a combination of AdlA and Aeronavale Xingus for multi-engined transport training. Much in the same way that ETR03.004 at Saint Dizier is using both AdlA and Aeronavale Rafales for conversion and operational training. And EAT 00.319 being an AdlA unit explains the CTM callsign being used.
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The FAF/CTM (EAT00.0319) Xingu's also use FNY (24F/28F) callsigns, so i think they have one big pool of aircraft used on demand for both services.
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01.12: RCH740 visible overhead Schiphol now (ADS-B: 07-7173). Enroute from Norfolk NAS to Spangdahlem.
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10.12: RCH177 visible overhead Schiphol, heading East. ADS-B: 05-5153.
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16.12: A Galaxy coming up eastbound toward Schiphol, trailing nicely. ADS-B says RCH811, 86-0026.
Route: Dover-Spangdahlem.
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~~~ Eindhoven 16.12.20 06:45 - 13:00
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075/F-RAJA A.340-211 ET 03.060, CTM1071, ADS-B, OTT, 12:15, NE
85-0008 C-5M 436th AW/9th AS, RCH878, ADS-B, OTT, 06:50, NW
98-0052 C-17A 62nd AW/446th AW, RCH845, ADS-B, OTT, 08:35, NW
01-0197 C-17A 145th AW/156th AS/NC ANG, RCH519, ADS-B, OTT, 07:15, SE
05-5149/HH C-17A 15th WG/535th AS, RCH416, ADS-B, OTT, 10:25, NW
07-7184 C-17A 315th AW/437th AW, RCH925, ADS-B, OTT, 06:50, NW

Both AdlA A.340s overhead within 2 weeks.
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According to FR24, US Navy C-130T 165161 from Lossiemouth in S/E direction, is approaching the N/W coastline between Den Helder and Alkmaar.

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