Las Palmas/Gando (GCLP/LPA) 2021 MIL

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Las Palmas/Gando (GCLP/LPA) 2021 MIL

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AME4500 is inbound from Torrejon on 23.04. ADS-B: T.22-2.
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AME4500 is inbound from Torrejon on 28.05. ADS-B: T.22-2.
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12.08 visitor: MMF42 from Eindhoven. ADS-B: T-055.
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GCLP 23.-27.08.2021

A.310 T.22-2/45-51 Grupo 45

AS.332B HD.21-17/802-17 802 Esc
AS.332B HD.21-18/802-18 802 Esc

AW.139 EC-LCH/204 Salvamento Maritimo

Bo.105CB HU.15-92/09-120 Guarda Civil

C-130K 8T-CC LuTSta

C.212 T.12B-69/72-69 Ala 72

C.295M T.21-05/35-05 Ala 35

CN.235-100MPA D.4-04/T.19B-08 Ala 37
CN.235-100MPA D.4-07/T.19B-15 Ala 37
CN.235-300MPA EC-KEM/103 Salvamento Maritimo

EF-18A+ C.15-73/46-01/spl Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-75/46-03 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-79/46-07 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-80/46-08 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-92/46-20 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-93/46-21 Ala 46
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GCLP 18.-22.10.2021

A.310 T.22-1/45-50 Ala 45
A.310 T.22-2/45-51 Ala 45

A.330MRTT 042/CH GRV 02.091
A.330MRTT T-056 MMF

A.400M 0073/F-RBAN ET 00.061
A.400M T.23-08/10217/31-28 Ala 31

AW.139 EC-LCH/204 Salvamento Maritimo

C.212 T.12B-69/72-69 Ala 72
C.212 T.12B-71/72-71/spl Ala 72

CN.235-100MPA D.4-07/T.19B-15 Ala 37
CN.235-300MPA EC-KEL/102 Salvamento Maritimo
CN.235-300MPA EC-KEM/103 Salvamento Maritimo

E-3A LX-N90451 NAEWF

EMB.121AA 084/YH EAT.319
EMB.121AA 105/YU EAT.319

F-16C 500 343 Mira
F-16C 509 343 Mira
F-16C 525 343 Mira
F-16D 611 337 Mira

EF-18A+ C.15-73/46-01/spl Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-75/46-03 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-77/46-05 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-79/46-07 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-80/46-08 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-81/46-09 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-82/46-10 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-83/46-11 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-84/46-12 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-90/46-18 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-92/46-20 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-93/46-21 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-94/46-22 Ala 46
EF-18A+ C.15-95/46-23 Ala 46
EF-18M C.15-18/15-05 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-23/15-10 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-27/15-14 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-33/15-20 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-38/15-25 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-39/15-26 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-40/15-27 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-48/12-06 Ala 12
EF-18M C.15-49/12-07 Ala 12
EF-18M C.15-51/12-09 Ala 12
EF-18M C.15-55/12-13 Ala 12
EF-18M C.15-57/12-15 Ala 12
EF-18M C.15-60/12-18 Ala 12
EF-18M C.15-64/15-34 Ala 15
EF-18M C.15-68/12-26 Ala 12
EF-18BM CE.15-12/12-75 Ala 12

EF-2000A C.16-32/11-32 Ala 11
EF-2000A C.16-33/11-33 Ala 11
EF-2000A C.16-35/11-35 Ala 11
EF-2000A C.16-37/14-37 Ala 14
EF-2000A C.16-38/11-38 Ala 11
EF-2000A C.16-39/14-39 Ala 14
EF-2000A C.16-41/11-41 Ala 11
EF-2000A C.16-45/14-45 Ala 14
EF-2000A C.16-49/14-49 Ala 14
EF-2000A C.16-55/10004/11-55 Ala 11
EF-2000A C.16-60/10040/14-60 Ala 14
EF-2000A C.16-62/10047/14-62 Ala 14
EF-2000A C.16-77/10234/14-77 Ala 14
EF-2000B CE.16-04/11-04 Ala 11

H.215M HD.21-17/10152/802-17 802 Esc
H.215M HD.21-18/10153/802-18 802 Esc
H.215M HD.21-21/10216/802-21 802 Esc

King Air 350i DT.05-01/10224/09-601 Guarda Civil

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Re: Las Palmas/Gando (GCLP/LPA) 2021 MIL

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Log Monday 26 October 2021.

Flying aircraft (morning mission) are marked with * below.
For complete serials see log of Adrian (Thank you) above.
The only aircraft I missed was EF-2000 C.16-32/11-32.

ALA11: 11-04*, 11-33, 11-35*, 11-38*, 11-41*, 11-55,
ALA12: 12-06*, 12-07, 12-09*, 12-13*, 12-15*, 12-26*, 12-75*
ALA14: 14-37, 14-39, 14-45, 14-49*, 14-60* 14-62, 14-77
ALA15: 15-05*, 15-10*, 15-14, 15-20, 15-25*, 15-26*, 15-27*, 15-34*
ALA46: 46-01, 46-03, 46-09*, 46-10*, 46-17, 46-18*, 46-20*, 46-21*, 46-23

Greek
500*, 509*, 525*, 611*


Additional
T.12B-69/72-68* Casa 212 Ala 72
T.19B-15/D4.07* CN.235-100MPAMPA Ala37
U.20-2/01-406* Ce550 Eslla 004
EC-KEL/102* CN.235-300MPA Salvamento Maritimo


Sunday 31 October 2021

Salvamento Maritimo
EC-KEL/102 CN.235-300MPA
EC-KEM/103 CN.235-300MPA
EC-LCH/204 AW.139


Questions
1) In the maintenance hangar F/A-18 with code 46-03 could be seen. In the corner, left side of this hangar another F/A-18 could be seen. Anyone knows which one this could be?
2) Can somebody provide a log from the morning mission on Wednesday 27th October?
3) On Friday 29th October I saw A-400 (T.23-02, according ASDB) and a French A-330 (F-UJCK 045 according ASDB). Was there somebody on the fence who can confirm this?
4) Also on Friday October 29th 2 pumas were flying, one landed at 10.45hrs and the other one flew to Tenerife and back, landed about 13.00hrs (on ADSB as COTOS12). Anybody know which two these were?


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I can confirm the A-330 on Friday.
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Theo1 wrote: 02 Nov 2021, 18:43 Log Monday 26 October 2021.

The only aircraft I missed was EF-2000 C.16-32/11-32.
This sat in a hangar the week before.
ALA46: 46-17
Where did you see this? As we had it in the same hangar as above Typhoon.
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Log Wednesday 27 October morning mission:

Ala 11: 11-32, 11-38, 11-41, 11-55.
Ala 12: 12-07, 12-09, 12-15, 12-18, 12-26, 12-75.
Ala 14: 14-39, 14-77.
Ala 15: 15-05, 15-10, 15-14, 15-20, 15-25, 15-27.
Ala 46: 46-01 ("25000 HV"), 46-09, 46-18, 46-20.
Ala 72: T.12B-69/72-69.
Greek: 509, 525, 611.

I read these numbers from my pictures. I think it is quite complete because they usually flew in the morning with 16 F-18's and 6 EF2000's and not all the Greek F-16's flew.
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Did the same as Coen, list is complete.
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Thank you very much Coen and thws2001. Much appreciated. :worship:

ALA46: 46-17
Where did you see this? As we had it in the same hangar as above Typhoon.
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This one was towed over the platform to one of the shelters were it was parked till at least 14.00hrs.

DJ,
As you were on the field did you perhaps read the other F/A-18 besides the 46-03 in the maintanance hanger?
Also a Super Puma was towed out of a hanger at the same area where the 46-17 was in the hanger. Do you perhaps know which one this could be?
I think the serial ends at 21 on my pictures but I'am not sure.

Thanks for your reply.
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Last Friday (29-10) we were at Torrejon, witnessing the first six EF-18's arriving back from Gando. Does any of the Gando guys have a clue which six these were, as there were apparently 8 Torrejon a/c? Many thanks!!

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Theo1 wrote: 03 Nov 2021, 18:30
ALA46: 46-17
Where did you see this? As we had it in the same hangar as above Typhoon.
This one was towed over the platform to one of the shelters were it was parked till at least 14.00hrs.
Thx. We thought it was WFU, but it doesn't seem so.
DJ,
As you were on the field did you perhaps read the other F/A-18 besides the 46-03 in the maintanance hanger?
Also a Super Puma was towed out of a hanger at the same area where the 46-17 was in the hanger. Do you perhaps know which one this could be?
I think the serial ends at 21 on my pictures but I'am not sure.

Thanks for your reply.
I was on base the week before. Possible candidate for your Hornet is 46-05, this sat far left on the 20th & 21st. On the 22nd it was in the same position, but now another Hornet was in front of it, don't know which one. Noted five different Hornets and 1 Typhoon in here. They moved around quite a lot. Only 46-03 & 46-05 didn't move all week. 46-03 sat far right.
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Thx. We thought it was WFU, but it doesn't seem so.
No, this one was inspected (pre-flight) by a crew chief and I wouldn't be suprised that it did fly that same week. It also had its refeuling probe extended.
I was on base the week before. Possible candidate for your Hornet is 46-05, this sat far left on the 20th & 21st. On the 22nd it was in the same position, but now another Hornet was in front of it, don't know which one. Noted five different Hornets and 1 Typhoon in here. They moved around quite a lot. Only 46-03 & 46-05 didn't move all week. 46-03 sat far right.
Thanks DJ for this information. Helped me a lot. :D
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18.11 visitor: NAF20 from Eindhoven. ADS-B: G-273.
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