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Saturday, October 29, 2016

Log Saturday 29/10/2016

Cardiff IAP Runway in use 30 12 09:27

Parked on the GA apron is PA-28R-180 Cherokee Arrow G-AVYT 

BAMC Happenings

Departing at 18:09 to ESSA/Stockholm-Arlanda is NAX8983 "Nor Shuttle 8983" B788 LN-LNC

MOD St Athan Runway in use 25
Residents active today: G-CILPG-NWOI 
Landing at 21:49 from a Bristol Hospital for fuel is "Rescue 924" Sikorsky S-92A G-MCGZ ..departed at 22:12 to Newquay with the same c/s

Interesting OTT
08:42 EB FL370 at DIKAS "Reach 316" C-17A 02-1101  
08:51 NB descending at VLN ADB256F A124 UR-82007 [FKYS/Yaounde>Brize Norton]
09:36 EB FL350 at DIKAS "Reach 629" C-17A 04-4136    

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