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"Red Devils 2016" flights from Belgium to France

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I was curious to know the supporters travelled by airplane to France which airlines that organised flights.
Destination Bordeaux / BOD => Belgium - Ireland:
17-06-2016
D-AOLG ATV201G F.100 Avanti Air atd BRU 17-06-16 17:34pm // ATV202G 19-06 atd BOD 11:17am
OO-NAD FYG... DA7X FlyingGroup atd ANR 17-06-16 13:30pm // FYG... 19-06 atd BOD 14:45pm
18-06-2016
D-AOLG ATV301C F.100 Avanti Air atd BRU 18-06-16 10:40am // ATV302C etd BOD 22:26pm
F-HAPE TJT682A BE.19 Twin Jet atd ANR 18-06-16 07:44am // TJT682B etd BOD 20:36pm
OO-SNA SN83 A.320 Brussels Airlines atd BRU 18-06-16 10:35am // SN84 atd BOD 20:15pm
OO-SNE SN1173 A.320 Brussels Airlines atd BRU 18-06-16 09:40am // SN1174 atd BOD 23:00pm
OO-SSH SN1165 A.319 Brussels Airlines atd BRU 18-06-16 10:37am // return => OO-SSB
OO-SSB SN1166 A.319 Brussels Airlines atd BOD 18-06-16 21:52pm
OO-VLM VG968 FK.50 VLM atd BRU 18-06-16 08:18am // VG969 19-06 atd BOD 11:08am
Additions / corrections more then welcome ..
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Welcome to Luchtzak, Falcon16xl.

There is at least one more plane, probably an Embraer of the Belgian Air Force, carrying King Philip and some Ministers and their suite.
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Based on the Brussels Airport site, the normal scheduled flight SN3555/6 had an upgrade from A319 to A320 on 18 June.

The same happened a week ago with the Lyon flights.

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Hello

I also saw some Abelag jets (for sure OOPAR & OOKOR) were flying to BOD this weekend.

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For Tuesday 21st of June:
  • 0850 SN1189 NCE AR1
  • 1100 SN3617 NCE 320
  • 1305 U21646 NCE 320
  • 1320 SN3621 NCE 320
  • 1600 V32129 NCE F100

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SN1189 is via BOD to pick up the Red Devils.
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For Wednesday June 22

11:00-HH:MM SN1185 BRU-NCE OO-SNA

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Destination Toulouse / TLS => Belgium - Hungary:
26-06-2016
F-GRGP AEH361 E.135 Equaflight Svce atd CRL 26-06-16 09:53am //
F-HAPE TJT709A BE.19 Twin Jet atd LGG 26-06-16 13:45pm //
F-HELA ...... E.145 Enhance Aero atd BRU 26-06-16 11:40am //
N194ER xxx CE.510 pvt atd ANR 26-06-16 12:30pm //
OO-DWH SN1033 RJ.100 Brussels Airlines atd BRU 26-06-16 06:50am //
OO-DWI SN1013 RJ.100 Brussels Airlines atd BRU 26-06-16 10:28am //
OO-FTS AAB... CE.560 Abelag etd BRU 26-06-16 16:15pm //
OO-JCV xxx PC.12 Next Gen etd BRU 26-06-16 14:20pm //
OO-PAR AAB... CE525 Abelag etd KJK 26-06-16 16:25pm //
OO-SNA SN1031 A.320 Brussels Airlines atd BRU 26-06-16 13:22pm //
Additions - corrections ...?
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OO-DWB currently approaching TLS as SN9933 atd BRU 11:21 pm, positioning to bring back fans probably later tonight.

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I guess there will be no flights from Belgium to LIL next friday... :lol:

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FLYAIR10 wrote:I guess there will be no flights from Belgium to LIL next friday... :lol:
No, but for this match, there will be one SN flight from Bordeaux to Lille tomorrow. The players themselves!

30.06 STD 15:00 SN1015 AR1 BOD-LIL

This flight will be followed by a positioning flight LIL-BRU....
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And then the Welsh team also flies to LIL with a larger plane than the Red Devils' Avro (view of the disembarkation):

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sn26567 wrote:And then the Welsh team also flies to LIL with a larger plane than the Red Devils' Avro (view of the disembarkation):
They traveled on Multiflight Ltd's 9H-MTF, a Boeing 737-300 first delivered to Sabena as OO-SDY in September 1987.

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... and the Belgian team arrived a little bit later on Brussels Airlines Avro RJ100 OO-DWI:

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sdbelgium wrote: They traveled on Multiflight Ltd's 9H-MTF, a Boeing 737-300 first delivered to Sabena as OO-SDY in September 1987.
One of the few remaining -x29 Boeing planes :-)

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Bralo20 wrote:
sdbelgium wrote: They traveled on Multiflight Ltd's 9H-MTF, a Boeing 737-300 first delivered to Sabena as OO-SDY in September 1987.
One of the few remaining -x29 Boeing planes :-)
The what? :oops:

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the last two numbers of 737-329, so the"29"" were Sabena's personal code at Boeing. all planed ending in 29 were originally delivered to Sabena.

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Stij wrote:the last two numbers of 737-329, so the"29"" were Sabena's personal code at Boeing. all planed ending in 29 were originally delivered to Sabena.

Stij
Correct. Each customer has a unique code with Boeing, this code forms the last part of the type, when it's given to a plane it doesn't change anymore even when the plane changes hands. So a plane originally ordered by Sabena or Sobelair with Boeing will always remains a -x29 plane despite plane may end it with KLM for example who has the -x06 customer code. After Sabena went bankrupt Boeing kept the "29" code for it's successor and is currently assigned to Brussels Airlines. So in the very unlikely event that Brussels Airlines would order a brand new plane directly from Boeing those planes would also receive the "29" code as part of the type. Customer codes are unique and are only transferred to the direct successor of the airline. Oh and to make it more interesting: Customer code 06 (KLM) was designated later than customer code 29 (Sabena). Boeing started their original customer codes with x21 to x99, the second sequence was 01 to 19, followed with another sequence (mixed numbers/letters) etc...

All the specific paperwork of a plane will state thus 737-329 for example instead of 737-300.

AFAIK these planes were produced by Boeing for Sabena (or Sobelair):

707-329 (7 planes)
707-329C (7 planes)
727-29 (2 planes)
727-29C (3 planes)
737-229 (14 planes)
737-229C (5 planes)
737-329 (7 planes)
737-429 (4 planes)
737-529 (6 planes)
747-129 (Later converted to 747-129M) (2 planes)
747-329M (2 planes)

The use of customer codes was sort of discontinued with the introduction of the Boeing 787. Most Boeing 787's are registered as a Boeing 787-8 or 787-9 without the customer code although I think there are some out there that are registered with a customer code. All other planes (737,747,767 and 777 are still being delivered with unique customer codes which form part of the type)


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Bralo20 wrote:
Stij wrote:the last two numbers of 737-329, so the"29"" were Sabena's personal code at Boeing. all planed ending in 29 were originally delivered to Sabena.

Stij
Correct. Each customer has a unique code with Boeing, this code forms the last part of the type, when it's given to a plane it doesn't change anymore even when the plane changes hands. So a plane originally ordered by Sabena or Sobelair with Boeing will always remains a -x29 plane despite plane may end it with KLM for example who has the -x06 customer code. After Sabena went bankrupt Boeing kept the "29" code for it's successor and is currently assigned to Brussels Airlines. So in the very unlikely event that Brussels Airlines would order a brand new plane directly from Boeing those planes would also receive the "29" code as part of the type. Customer codes are unique and are only transferred to the direct successor of the airline. Oh and to make it more interesting: Customer code 06 (KLM) was designated later than customer code 29 (Sabena). Boeing started their original customer codes with x21 to x99, the second sequence was 01 to 19, followed with another sequence (mixed numbers/letters) etc...

All the specific paperwork of a plane will state thus 737-329 for example instead of 737-300.

AFAIK these planes were produced by Boeing for Sabena (or Sobelair):

707-329 (7 planes)
707-329C (7 planes)
707-29 (2 planes)
707-29C (3 planes)
737-229 (14 planes)
737-229C (5 planes)
737-329 (7 planes)
737-429 (4 planes)
737-529 (6 planes)
747-129 (Later converted to 747-129M) (2 planes)
747-329M (2 planes)

The use of customer codes was sort of discontinued with the introduction of the Boeing 787. Most Boeing 787's are registered as a Boeing 787-8 or 787-9 without the customer code although I think there are some out there that are registered with a customer code. All other planes (737,747,767 and 777 are still being delivered with unique customer codes which form part of the type)

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Not really on topic, but interesting.
Sabena also bought (?) 727s (5?); any data on those?

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Guess that the Trident doesnt need to pick them up in Lille no? A bus will do

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