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    Header Picture: Gama Aviation Cessna 560 Citation XLS G-OJER at Cardiff 11/10/18 ...picture credit Mark Pearce

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    Cardiff - Residents

    Aeros Flight Training Cardiff - Website

    Aeros have up to four PA-28/PA-38 aircraft based that change regularly.

    Cardiff Aviation Training Ltd   
    Based in the Norman hangar, have various simulators ranging from S-61 to B747.

    Dragonfly Executive Air Charter - Website

    Use ICAO code CMB and callsign "Cambrian" from 12/14

    G-BVMA Beech 200 Super King Air (BB-797) "Cambrian 99"
    G-BVMA - 1200
    Picture credit Jac Osborne

    G-MEGN Beech B200 Super King Air (BB-1518) "Cambrian 88"
    Picture credit Paul Seymour

    G-OLIV Beech B200 Super King Air (BB-1835)  "Cambrian 77" ..purchased 12/11/14, arrived 18/12/14 from cabin fitting at Exeter.
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    G-SKBD Nextant 400XTi (RK-376) "Cambrian 56" ..owned by Sky Border Logistics Ltd and operated for them by Dragonfly from 04/16
    Picture credit IanG

    Hangar by the Flying Club - The "Jodel" Hangar

    G-ANFI/DE623 de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth (85577)
    Picture credit Geoff Jones

    G-AWMI Victa Airtourer T.2 (505) [dismantled]
    Picture credit RichT

    G-BRWR Aeronca 11AC Chief (11AC-1319)
    Picture credit StuC

    G-BUTF Aeronca 11AC Chief (11AC-1578) arrived by road 05/07/14 for rebuild, CofA expired 26/06/12. Moved sometime to owners home for protracted rebuild.
    Picture credit StuC

    Individual hangarettes on the Norman apron

    G-BYCY III Sky Arrow 650T (PFA 298-13332)
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    G-CISG Comco Ikarus C42 FB80 (1506-7397) ..arrived 11/08/15, spends most of the time at Upfield Farm, Newport.
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    G-KSIR Stoddard-Hamilton Glasair IIS RG (2151)
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    Outside Parking

    Some spend time at St.Athan for maintenance/hangarage.

    2-DITO Piper PA-46-500TP Malibu Meridian (4697244) ..arrived 13/05/18 from St Athan
    Picture credit Matthew Blunt

    G-ASUP Reims/Cessna F.172E (0071) ..arrived from St Athan 05/04/18 to be based for the Summer
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    G-AZCZ Beagle B.121 Pup Series 2 (B121.167) ..Cardiff/St.Athan
    Picture credit Jac Osborne

    G-AZDJ Piper PA-32-300 Cherokee Six D (32-7140068)
    Picture credit Jac Osborne

    G-BBTY Beech C23 Sundowner (M-1525) ..Cardiff/St.Athan
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    G-BCVY Piper PA-34-200T Seneca II (34-7570022) ..arrived 16/12/14 ..Cardiff/St.Athan ..departed St.Athan to new home 12/07/17
    Picture credit StuC

    G-BHGO Piper PA-32-260 Cherokee Six (32-7800007) ..arrived 08/05/18 from St Athan
    G-BHGO PA-32 Cherokee Six 260
    Picture credit Keith Morgan

    G-BXIF Piper PA-28-181 Archer II (28-7690404)
    Picture credit Jac Osborne

    G-CRIL Rockwell Commander 112B (521)
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    G-JANN Piper PA-34-220T Seneca III (3433133) ..Cardiff/St.Athan
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    G-OPET Piper PA-28-181 Archer II (28-7690067)
    G-OPET - 1024
    Picture credit Jac Osborne

    G-PLAZ Rockwell Commander 112A (345) ..to St Athan 19/11/16
    Picture credit Hugh Trainer

    N464MA Cessna 182S (18280822) ..spends Summers at Cardiff and Winters at Swansea
    Picture credit Mark Pearce

    Fire Service Training Area

    In the Southwestern corner of the airport are:

    G-AVMT BAC 1-11 Srs.510ED (BAC.147) ..fuselage only arrived 14/11/04 by road from Bournemouth
    Picture credit IanG

    G-ESSX Piper PA-28-161 Cherokee Warrior II (28-8016261)
    Picture credit IanG

    RP-C8992 Airbus A320-232 (2137) ex AirAsia Zest ..rear fuselage arrived 22/04/16 from St Athan
    RP-8992 rear fuselage.
    Picture credit Hugh Trainer

    XX304 British Aerospace Hawk T.1 (312129) ..fuselage section (probable identity)
    Picture credit IanG

    International Centre for Aerospace Training, Barry College

    Located in the Airport Business Park, have some instructional airframes:

    D-AGEG Boeing 737-35B (24237) ..forward fuselage, ex Germania. Arrived 14/11/12 by road from Kemble.
    Fwd fuselage (D-AGEG)
    Picture credit Hugh Trainer

    XX487/CU-568 Scottish Aviation Jetstream T.2 (269) ..arrived 18/06/11 by road from Culdrose
    XX487/568-CU68 Jetstream T.2
    Picture credit Keith Morgan

    XX687/F Scottish Aviation Bulldog T.1 (333) ..arrived 18/07/01 by road from Shawbury
    XX687/F Bulldog T.1
    Picture credit Keith Morgan

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    : In the "Editors on Line" section on the sidebar you will see a list of the SWAG editors currently online, the star * next to one of their names denotes the editor who has primacy at the time and any emails/information should be directed to that person. The editors are: Spud, Phantom2, AndyD, and MikeyF (future events) ..contributing photographers are: StuC, IanG, RichT, Mark Pearce, Matthew Blunt, Hugh Trainer, Ginge Little, Keith Morgan and Phil Watkins

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