EBAW 24/03/2006

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EBAW 24/03/2006

Post by Bruspotter » 24 Mar 2006, 19:18

Hello

Today was a pretty Busy day at Antwerp , lot of Business traffic.

Some of the things I've seen.

Untitled(Private?)---Gulfstream GA V-SP-------G-JCBC (static)
KLu Neth. Airforce/RAF(?)---Aerospatiale Puma/Cougar(?) (landing)
Koop Holding--------Cessna 550B Cit. Bravo---N555BK (TO 11)
VLM airlines---------Fokker F50------------------OO-VLX (LA 11)
VLM airlines---------Fokker F50------------------OO-???? (LA 11)
Untitled(Private)----Cessna 650 Cit. III---------??????? (TO 11)
Untitled(Private)----Cessna 550B Cit. Bravo----??????? (LA 11)
Untitled(Private)----Cessna 550B Cit. Bravo----??????? (TO 11)
Air Service Liège---Beech Super King B200----OO-LET (LA 11)
Untitled (Private)---Beech Super King B200----???-??? (Test flight)
Air Service Liège---Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II--OO-MLF (static)
Untitled(Private)----Beech A36TC Bonanza------N36AB (static)
Untitled(Private)----Learjet -45(?)----------------??-??? (TO 11)
Untitled(Private)----Cirrus SR-20----???----just left after a paint shop(?)

Around 12:30 me and my fellow students saw a Cougar/Puma landing right over the airport building , but because of shadows of the dark clouds we weren't able to see from wich airforce. The problem got even bigger when we finally reached the treshold of RWY 11 , we didn't saw the Cougar/Puma anywhere , it seemed to be disappeared.

So is there anyone who can confirm wetter it was a Cougar or a Puma and wetter it was from the Royal Netherlands Airforce or from the 'Royal Air Force ' (RAF-UK)??

Maybe it had something to do with the EU-summit at Brussels? The Gulfstream (with UK flag on the tail) looked a bit like a governmental plane...anyone to confirm?...in combination with the Puma/Cougar...

Thanks in Advance and Best regards: Yannick ;)

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Post by westwings » 24 Mar 2006, 19:34

The Gulfstream is from JC BAMFORD EXCAVATORS LTD

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Kristof Vandermoere

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Post by EBAW_flyer » 24 Mar 2006, 19:39

Yesterday evening there was a nice blue Maersk canadair jet (I guess OY-MMM http://www.airliners.net/open.file/0867672/L/ ) and a Welcome air D328 (only heard him on the radio and departed just when we where on final, he had been in ANR for just 15-20 mins I guess).

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Post by Tompie » 24 Mar 2006, 20:00

Hello,

This morning a Dutch Cougar landed at Koksijde. So it was maybe this one which overflew or made a low approach at Antwerp? I can't help you with the serial.

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Post by burner737 » 24 Mar 2006, 22:03

I think it will be on the www.asa-be.com website in a few days ...

ANR isn't that bad huh !!! :D

Regards Tim

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Post by Bruspotter » 25 Mar 2006, 21:42

Hello

Indeed , ANR isn't that bad. (IF you have the patience OR the good luck :D:D)

Thanks for the replies.

I guess the 'Cougar' that landed in KOK must have been him than...

Thanks for the info about the Gulfstream too.
And too bad I missed the Maersk Canadair.

Best regards: Yannick ;)

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Re: EBAW 24/03/2006

Post by wImPiE-D » 25 Mar 2006, 22:01

Bruspotter wrote:
Around 12:30 me and my fellow students saw a Cougar/Puma landing right over the airport building , but because of shadows of the dark clouds we weren't able to see from wich airforce. The problem got even bigger when we finally reached the treshold of RWY 11 , we didn't saw the Cougar/Puma anywhere , it seemed to be disappeared.

So is there anyone who can confirm wetter it was a Cougar or a Puma and wetter it was from the Royal Netherlands Airforce or from the 'Royal Air Force ' (RAF-UK)??

Maybe it had something to do with the EU-summit at Brussels? The Gulfstream (with UK flag on the tail) looked a bit like a governmental plane...anyone to confirm?...in combination with the Puma/Cougar...

Thanks in Advance and Best regards: Yannick ;)
After a low approach at Antwerp the Cougar/Puma was cleared for a PUTTY 2E departure to Soesterberg...

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Post by steph-co » 03 Apr 2006, 02:06

on 30/03/06

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emb 135bj legacy
Nakheel aviation

http://www.asa-be.com/images/PhotoGalle ... A6-NKL.jpg

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Post by burner737 » 03 Apr 2006, 18:00

Yep ... :D

And on saturday there was A welcome Air ( OE-GBB) for the people who coudn't ski that well :D

Regards Tim

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