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Header Picture: Oil Spill Response B722 departing Cardiff after a visit from Doncaster. Global Trek were the hosts ..this can visit anytime it wishes ! ...picture credit IanG

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Saturday, October 26, 2019

Log Saturday 26/10/2019

Cardiff IAP Runway in use 30  


Training Flights & Flybys
Training today were:

Ad Hoc charters/One off Airliner movements
Departing at 08:24 to LEIB/Ibiza is TOM7612F "Tomjet 1LB" B738 G-FDZY  
Landing at 13:08 from EDDL/Dusseldorf is BEE034P "Jersey 034P" DH8D G-PRPF ..parking on stand 14 for tomorrows scheds
Departing at 14:06 to Birmingham is BEE084P "Jersey 084P" E175 G-FBJB  
Landing at 14:25 from Dublin is TOM9033 "Tomjet 9033" B738 C-GLRN ..parking on stand 13 ..departed at 15:20 to Newcastle with the same c/s 

Based Aircraft Movements
Residents active today: G-OLIV, G-SKBD   

BAMC Happenings

St Athan Airfield  Runway in use 25
Residents active today: G-MCGX 

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