BRU 11/11/2018

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BRU 11/11/2018

Post by tangolima » 10 Nov 2018, 19:10

Hello

1110-1245 C510 PHTXA
1525-1645 IAM F900 MM62245 EBMB
1530-1700 C25B LXWEB
1800-xxxx B737 020202
1835-xxxx CRJ2 9HILV
2135-xxxx LJ45 LXLAA
2235-2340 E35L GWIRG

ALL TIMES LOCAL

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Re: BRU 11/11/2018

Post by tangolima » 10 Nov 2018, 19:11

Hello

0630-xxxx A306 EPFQK callsign is QSMTEST....Will it show up?
0700-xxxx BEL A343 OOSCX
1900-2010 AMC A320 9HAEO City of Valletta c/s
1915-2000 CSA B738 OKTVW
2125-2215 MLD B735 EK73797

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Re: BRU 11/11/2018

Post by Bruspotter » 11 Nov 2018, 00:52

Hi,

Regarding the Qhesm....quite positivly NO i believe.
Did they actually filed a flightplan? Because callsigns with TEST are normally never used to avoid obvious confusion...it would rather state T or F or P at end off callsign or use registration as callsign, that is more common.

However even if positioning flight...there is no Qhesm flight on monday and no outbound flight planned on sunday nor monday. Also not government or military flight because they are all operated by Meraj Airlines (MRJ) without exceptions, so my guess...quite positivly a bug...wouldn't loose any sleep over it anyway. COMPLETE darkness at that time anyway ;)

Grts,

Yannick

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Re: BRU 11/11/2018

Post by OO-JFP » 11 Nov 2018, 17:25

@ Tangolima: I always read and appreciate your posts.
Even if there was only a 1% chance this bird shows up, it was worth to be mentioned.

@ Bruspotter: I know that you appreciate TL too.
All what you say is true, but still.
About your last sentence: REAL spotters do it day and night 😉

Cheers,
OO-JFP

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Re: BRU 11/11/2018

Post by Bruspotter » 11 Nov 2018, 20:45

Hi OO-JFP

Oh yes, I DO appreciate and value the post of tangolima a lot and I find them always VERY reliable and usefull ;) For which again a round of applause and thanks.

That being said as there was some doubt about this one (?) I was pretty much sure it wasn't going to happen.
Yes spotters can do it day and night I had (and still have) my fair share of that true ... ;) but then again for photo's it would be impossible unless you can get airside at that moment so yeah ... ;) that was my point :P.


Greets, Yannick

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