BA120 Cazaux 2020 (LFBC)

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BA120 Cazaux 2020 (LFBC)

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8th July 2020
Logged from the beach from 15.45h till 16.45h where the following aircrafts

M346’s Singapore
325
326
327
328
329
331
332
333

Ajets Cazaux
E101/8-TT
E131
E142/8-LO s/c
E144/8-AK
..4/8-RV

Missed more than 10 ajets due to quick turns and camera settings ;)
Any help on the 8-RV serial will be nice.
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8-RV 'was' E164 in October 2018.

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falcon wrote:8th July 2020
Logged from the beach from 15.45h till 16.45h where the following aircrafts

M346’s Singapore
325
326
327
328
329
331
332
333

Ajets Cazaux
E101/8-TT
E131
E142/8-LO s/c
E144/8-AK
..4/8-RV

Missed more than 10 ajets due to quick turns and camera settings ;)
Any help on the 8-RV serial will be nice.
Can you share the location from where you spotted these aircraft? I will be spending my holidays near Cazaux in a few weeks time so I'd like to give it a try as well...
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E164 was also noted '8-RV' during June last year.

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Polleke_NL wrote:Can you share the location from where you spotted these aircraft? I will be spending my holidays near Cazaux in a few weeks time so I'd like to give it a try as well...
There are two small beaches/picknick area’s (and a marina) on the north shore of the lake, the two roads they are on are Route du Lac, and also Rue Osmain Dupuy. Can’t miss it...
Kind Regards / Groeten,

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Wijgert IJlst wrote:
Polleke_NL wrote:Can you share the location from where you spotted these aircraft? I will be spending my holidays near Cazaux in a few weeks time so I'd like to give it a try as well...
There are two small beaches/picknick area’s (and a marina) on the north shore of the lake, the two roads they are on are Route du Lac, and also Rue Osmain Dupuy. Can’t miss it...
Thanks !!
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Just before the beach coming from the village Theres a small road end with a fence, i placed there a 50cm tree trunk to make pictures over the fence, other way is to access the footpath/biclicle path just at the end of the village that will end at a small river just before the beach i will try that next week as i saw it to late...
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Beach end is great, but you need 400mm minimal. I was there last year July and got E164/8-RV as well.
We stayed a week at the Capfun camping next to the fence. Singapore's, Belgians as well as the helicopters all came over the camping, the French A-Jets went the other way.
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15.07: NAF78 visiting from Eindhoven. ADS-B: G-988.
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Spend only a half hour today in landing produced this, there where more Ajets airborne but the piscine was calling me ;)

Alpha jets
E93/8-TX
E154/8-AL
E82/8-LW

M346’s
325
327
328
331

TBM
80/BY

C-130
G-988
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Another few hours this morning

Alphajets
E7/8-TU
E82/8-LW
E101/8-TT
E109/8-AG
E112/705-AO
E136/8-RP
E171/705-RZ
E../8-MA

TBM700, 77/XD

EC-725, 2802/SK

Mirage2000N, 356 No code only a dgs badge on tail.

Any help on Ajet 8-MA would be nice;)
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falcon wrote:Another few hours this morning

Alphajets
E7/8-TU
E82/8-LW
E101/8-TT
E109/8-AG
E112/705-AO
E136/8-RP
E171/705-RZ
E../8-MA

TBM700, 77/XD

EC-725, 2802/SK

Mirage2000N, 356 No code only a dgs badge on tail.

Any help on Ajet 8-MA would be nice;)
In the afternoon the M346's flew;
325
326
327
328
331
332

Further more we noted the following;
Rafale B 306/30-IB
Rafale B 329/30-ID
Rafale M 30
EMB121 064/YY

Regards,
Charles
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