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Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 15 January 2020 - 16:07:09
Local Airport: SOU

Hi All,

Please enter all your Military a/c update requests and I'll get round to them just as quickly as possible.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by 151734 on 16 January 2020 - 10:26:32
Local Airport: ORK

Hi Brian,
CE.15-07 F18 Hornet Spanish Air Force c/n 0451 (https://www.spottingmode.com/opad/fleet/spain/air_force/mcdonnell_douglas_f-18_hornet/) The complete fleet of F18s for Spain is there on that link if you wanted to add them all.
Regards,
Greg

Posted by 151734 on 16 January 2020 - 12:41:53
Local Airport: ORK

Hi Brian,
A couple of oldies here and one that I cannot id but you may be able to point me in the right direction:-
87-0336 F16 c/n 5C-597 USAF
69-0253 F4G Phantom USAF destroyed in missile test 2001
finally at an air display in Shannon in July 1990 there was a C130 USAF MAC with the code 0938 but no matter where I look I cannot confirm the full serial.
Kind regards,
Greg

Posted by FLYPHANUK on 16 January 2020 - 15:25:58
Local Airport: BBS

How about 68-10938 C-130E (msn 4318) for your missing Hercules Greg ?

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 16 January 2020 - 17:38:50
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Greg,

I've added the Spanish F-18, USAF F-16 & F-4G to the DB. I'll get around to the remaining SpAF F-18's after the USAF C-130E's (got people chomping at the bit for them) & the Dutch F-16's & NF-5's.

I agree with Philip, the only contender I can think of for your MAC Herc is 68-10938 (already in the DB). I can't find a show report online for Shannon in 07.90 but I may have one in a magazine somewhere in the attic. I'll dig it out next time I'm up there!

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by 151734 on 17 January 2020 - 08:00:04
Local Airport: ORK

Thanks Phillip & Brian,
I have searched high and low for a checklist for that show 22/7/1990 without success but from photos I was able to compile 90% of it.
Really appreciate it lads
Greg

Posted by Nottinghamlad on 17 January 2020 - 10:25:33
Local Airport: CAX

Hi Brian, Please would you add the following:

NH799 Spifire Mk XIV s/n 65/648269

NZ2049 Lockheed Hudson Bill Reid s/n 41-46465

NZ6468 Aermacchi MB-339CB RNZAF s/n 6799/172

Many thanks, Dan

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 17 January 2020 - 17:14:01
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dan,

All done for you!

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 20 January 2020 - 19:09:15
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

just some Danish helis to add today:

H-201 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 109-0201M, d/d 13.04.1971, soc 03.01.2005, to N150AG

H-202 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 109-0202M, d/d 13.04.1971, soc 12.09.2005, to N450AG

H-203 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 109-0203M, d/d 23.06.1971, soc 12.09.2005, to N650AG

H-206 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 41-0206M, d/d 19.07.1971, soc 14.08.2003, GIA

H-209 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 61-0209M, d/d 07.09.1971, soc 12.09.2005, to N4QX

H-213 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 71-0213M, d/d 25.10.1971, soc 12.09.2005, to F-HDNK

H-244 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 24-0244M, d/d 28.06.1974, soc 12.09.2005, to C-????

H-245 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 24-0245M, d/d 28.06.1974, soc 30.08.2003, preserved

H-246 H.369HM, Danish Army, c/n 24-0246M, d/d 28.06.1974, soc 12.09.2005, to C-????

All H.369 were passed over the Danish Air Force on 07.08.2003.

P-234 AS.550C, Danish Army, c/n 2234, d/d 15.08.1990, active

P-287 AS.550C, Danish Army, c/n 2287, d/d 15.12.1990, active

P-288 AS.550C, Danish Army, c/n 2288, d/d 15.12.1990, active

P-320 AS.550C, Danish Army, c/n 2320, d/d 16.01.1991, active

P-369 AS.550C, Danish Army, c/n 2369, d/d 22.02.1991, active

All AS.550 were passed over the Danish Air Force on 07.08.2003.

S-142 (1) Lynx Mk.80, Danish Navy, c/n 142, ex test reg. G-BHHL, f/f 14.04.1980, d/d 06.06.1980, wfu 15.01.2002 scrapped

S-170 (1) Lynx Mk.80, Danish Navy, c/n 170, ex test reg. G-17-18, f/f 30.04.1980, d/d 06.06.1980, wfu 14.06.1997, scrapped

S-175 (1) Lynx Mk.80, Danish Navy, c/n 175, ex test reg. G-17-19, f/f 01.07.1980, d/d 04.08.1980, wfu 14.06.2004, scrapped

Kind regards Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 20/01/2020 - 19:41:42
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 23 January 2020 - 18:10:15
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Danish Heli's all added. Sorry for the delay.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Nottinghamlad on 25 January 2020 - 01:14:25
Local Airport: CAX

Hi Brian,

I’ve spotted a couple of USAF C130,s at CHC, on 23rd January.

The first has 63302 on the tail. I’m taking this to be 76-3302. If so, it’s on the database 3times (with the same s/n). The second has 30491. I can’t find anything on the database to match this. Can you help me with it, and if so, would you add it.

Many thanks, Dan

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 25 January 2020 - 10:29:43
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dan,

63302 is indeed 76-3302 and 30491 is 83-0491. Both are LC-130H (ski-equipped) with 139th AS/NY ANG.

Thanks for pointing out the 3 entries for '302. Sometimes when the system is running slow it creates multiple entries and I normally go back and check but clearly missed this one! '491 is now also in the DB for you.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 25 January 2020 - 19:35:58
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

there is no problem if it takes a couple of days to add my requests.....

60-0017 B-52H, USAF, c/n 464382, active

60-0035 B-52H, USAF, c/n 464400, active

68-0401 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3499, to South Korea as 80-401

68-0438 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3569, to Greece as 68-0438

68-0460 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3613, to QF-4E and w/o 28.04.2011

68-0465 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3622, preserved

69-0249 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3775, to F-4G and QF-4G, w/o 01.09.1999

76-0130 F-15B, USAF, c/n 234, stored?

80-0052 F-15C, USAF, c/n 729, w/o 25.03.2005

90-0259 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1199, active

10412 Hkp.10/ Super Puma, Swedish AF, c/n 2412

19504 SA.330L, Portugese AF, c/n 1004, ex 9504

M30-07 C-130H, Malaysia AF, c/n 4847, active

MM81349 HH-3F, Italian AF, c/n 6233, wfu

545 KC-130H, Israel AF, c/n 4664, d/d 05.1976, active ?

U-275 S-61A, Royal Danish AF,c/n 61-275

S-256 Lynx Mk.90, Royal Danish Navy, c/n 256

ZA167 Sea King HAR.5, Royal Navy, c/n WA900, GIA

ZD465 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P55, GIA

ZD470 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P60, stored Cherry Point?

D-664 CH-47D, Neth. AF, c/n M3664/NL004, ex Canada 147006

S-400 AS.532U-2, Neth AF, c/n 2400

S-419 AS.532U-2, Neth AF, c/n 2419

38+06 F-4F, German AF, c/n 4622, scrapped

38+16 F-4F, German AF, c/n 4653, scrapped

J-3083 F-5E, Swiss AF, c/n L1083,ex USAF 81-0842, d/d 11.10.1984, active

J-4089 Hunter F.58 Swiss AF, c/n 41H-697456, f/f 08.12.1959, d/d 14.01.1960, SOC 16.11.1994, to SE-DXA , LN-HNT, N337AX

HW-309 Hawk Mk.51, Finnish AF, c/n 312206/206, wfu & dumped

HW-343 Hawk Mk.51, Finnish AF, c/n 312242/290, active

F201 C-160NG, French AF, c/n 201, to C-160R as R201

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 25/01/2020 - 21:39:07
Posted by Hitman69 on 26 January 2020 - 12:55:45
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian

A few more when you have time please

31088 Hughes (Kawasaki) OH-6J c/n 6392 JSDF

XL391 Avro Vulcan B.2 C/N Set 41

68-0076 GENERAL DYNAMICS F-111E c/n a1-245

XZ935 SA341D Gazelle HT.3 c/n 1742

PK624 Supermarine Spitfire MKXXII c/n CBAF189

XM191 Lightning F1A c/n 95086

XL598 Hawker Hunter T.8C C/N 41H-695320

XK969 Westland Whirlwind HAR.2 C/N wa140

ZA801 Aerospatiale SA341D Gazelle HT.3 C/N 1791

258 Dassault Mirage F1CT Armée de l'air c/n 258

XF431 Hawker Hunter FGA.9 C/N S4/U/3307

XH537 Vulcan B.2 c/n set 5

XX718 SEPECAT Jaguar replica (I understand this is a replica used by the RAF as a promotional tool and on the BAPC register as BAPC150)

XV333 Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer S.2B C/N B3-11-66

XA536 English Electric Canberra T19 c/n unknown

XX434 Aerospatiale SA341B Gazelle AH.1 C/N 1389

XS120 Westland Wessex HAS.1 C/N wa 99

XP352 Westland Whirlwind HAR.10 C/N WA368

XX660 Scottish Aviation Bulldog T.1 C/N BH.120/318

WP901 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 C/N C1/0772

WJ825 English Electric Canberra PR.7 C/N 71444

XJ609 De Havilland DH-110 Sea Vixen FAW.2 C/N 10076

WH869 English Electric Canberra c/n SH1626

WH794 English Electric Canberra PR.7 C/N 71147

WH856 ENGLISH ELECTRIC CANBERRA TT18 c/n SH1613

WJ916 Vickers Varsity T.1 C/N 716

XX546 Scottish Aviation Bulldog T1 c/n BH.120/238

WF825 Gloster Meteor T7 c/n unknown

XZ971 British Aerospace Harrier GR.3 C/N 712207

XW854 Westland SA-341C Gazelle HT2 C/N WA1045)

WL925 Slingsby T.318 Cadet TX.3 c/n 814 (Used as a promotional tool by the RAF, it had crashed as WV925 in 1968 so I’m unsure if WL925 is a fake registration)

XW922 Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR.3 C/N 712077

XL862 Percival Pembroke C1c/n PAC/66/82

J-240 Fokker F-16A Fighting Falcon C/N 6D-29

XX635 Scottish Aviation Bulldog T.1 C/N BH120/305

68-03801 North American Rockwell OV-10 Bronco c/n 321-127

XE643 Hawker Hunter FGA.9 C/N 41H-679987

WZ798 Slingsby T.38 Grasshopper TX.1 c/n 794

XM650 Avro Vulcan B.2 C/N Set 82

WK281 Supermarine Swift FR.5 C/N unknown

WB188 Hawker Hunter F.3 C/N 41H-665401

191904 Messerschmitt Me-163B-1a Komet C/N unknown

120227 Heinkel He-162A-2 Volksjager C/N unknown

WL505 De Havilland DH-100 Vampire FB.9 C/N 22100

WV499 Percival P-56 Provost T.1 C/N PAC/F/062

584219 Focke-Wulf Fw-190F-8/U1 C/N 584219

MK356 Supermarine 361 Spitfire LF.IXc C/N CBAF.IX.1561

EE549 Gloster Meteor F.4 C/N unknown

WT518 Canberra PR.7 c/n 71406

WR539 De Havilland DH-112 Venom FB.4 C/N 12240

WW217 DH-112 Sea Venom FAW.21 C/N 12741

XA459 Fairey Gannet ECM.6 C/N F9312

WL332 Gloster Meteor T.7 C/N unknown

XJ409 Westland whirlwind HA.4 C/N wa35

XN928 Blackburn Buccaneer S.1 C/N B3-08-61

WE925 Gloster Meteor F8 c/n unknown

WV826 Hawker Sea Hawk FGA.6 C/N 6071

XG592 Westland Whirlwind HAS.7 C/N WA87

54-2160 North American F-100D Super Sabre c/n 223-40 (I think)

WH911 EE Canberra B2 c/n SH1654

52-9963 Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star c/n 580-8194

WJ576 English Electric Canberra T.17 C/N NHI.163B

XN650 De Havilland DH-110 Sea Vixen FAW.2 C/N 10082

WG718 Westland WS.51 Dragonfly HR.3 C/N WA/H/49

WV753 Hunting Percival P-66 Pembroke C1 C/N PAC/66/67

XL449 Fairey Gannet AEW.3 C/N F9432

59 Dassault Super Mystere B.2 C/N 59

WZ425 De Havilland DH-115 Vampire T.11 C/N 15019

WJ581 EE Canberra T17 c/n unknown

WH798 E Canberra PR7 c/n 71294

WX788 DH Venom NF3 c/n 12654

Thanks in advance

Steve

Posted by 151734 on 27 January 2020 - 10:13:40
Local Airport: ORK

Hi Brian,
Hope all is well with you. A few oldies if you don't mind when time allows:-
XM606 Avro Vulcan B2 c/n ? RAF seen executing low level passes through the hills behind Oban Harbour in Scotland Aug ’77 – a sight to behold!
E.25-06/79-06 c/n EB01-06-006 Casa 101EB Aviojet Spanish Air Force
E.25-07/79-07 c/n EB01-07-007 Casa 101EB Aviojet Spanish Air Force
E.25-21/79-21 c/n EB01-21-021 Casa 101EB Aviojet Spanish Air Force
E.25-23/79-23 c/n EB01-23-023 Casa 101EB Aviojet Spanish Air Force
E.25-26/79-26 c/n EB01-26-026 Casa 101EB Aviojet Spanish Air Force
E.25-27/79-27 c/n EB01-27-027 Casa 101EB Aviojet Spanish Air Force
E.25-28/79-28 c/n EB01-28-028 Casa 101EB Aviojet Spanish Air Force
Many thanks,
Greg

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 28 January 2020 - 16:26:48
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your request of 25 January has now been completed.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 29 January 2020 - 07:29:38
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

thanks for the latest adds. Could you please check the entry for Harrier ZD470, there are 4 entries at the start of ist career with the RAF. Also the following adds: S-400 AS.532 d/d 03.05.1996 and S-419 24.05.1996.

Kind regards Alfred

Posted by 151734 on 29 January 2020 - 14:19:07
Local Airport: ORK

Hi Brian,
Just trawling through old photos and saw one that I neglected to log back in '93.
MM80980 AS-61R c/n 6207 Italian Air Force seen on SAR mission Cefalu Sicily. Retired Sept 2014.
Many thanks
Greg

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 30 January 2020 - 19:12:14
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

Your request of 26 January has been completed with a couple of notes;

  1. Cadet WV925 did indeed carry false markings of WL925. it's in the DB as WV925.

  2. Can't find any record of Pembroke XL862 (or anything carrying it as false marks). The c/n you gave is XK884 which is in the DB.

  3. The Bronco is in the DB as 68-3801 (I only list US Army a/c with 5 digits after the FY, unless carried)

  4. The Super Mystere has been entered as 059 due to the DB requiring a minimum of 3 digits.

Kind regards, Brian

PS..you'll have to stop following me around the country, lol !!

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 30 January 2020 - 19:17:03
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Sorry for the duplicate entries on Harrier ZD470. The DB sometimes does this when it's running slow due to people adding lots of photo's. All corrected now, and the d/d dates for the Dutch Pumas corrected.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Hitman69 on 30 January 2020 - 19:29:06
Local Airport: MAN

Thanks for the latest update Brian,

Yes we do seem to have spent a lot of time following each other back then.

Firstly the Pembroke was a double typo, I mistyped both serial and c/n, it should be,

XK862 Percival Pembroke C1 c/n PAC/66/81

Second error (again on my part) I listed a Super Mystere but it should have been just Mystere however it appears to have helped you out as you have seen that one even if I haven't (see I don't follow you everywhere!) correct one is...

59 Dassault Mystere IVA C/N 59

Finally one that was on my list but appears to have not been added is

54-2160 North American F-100D Super Sabre c/n 223-40

This was at the Wales aircraft museum in 1983 and scrapped there in 1998

Thanks for all the hard work.

Steve

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 30 January 2020 - 20:01:26
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Greg,

I'm fine thanks although still plodding through the USAF C-130E's !!

The Casa 101's and the ItAF HH-3F have been added for you.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Hitman69 on 31 January 2020 - 20:17:11
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

A few more when you have time. Apologies for the lack of c/n one some, I did try to find them but struggled.

BAPC.98 997 Yukosuka MXY-7 Ohka II

BAPC.428 Cody Man-Lifting Kite Replica

BAPC.361 “IR808” – Boeing Chinook HC.2 FSM

BAPC.471 “R5868” /PO-S – Avro 683 Lancaster forward fuselage replica

BAPC.333 “RG904” /BT-K – Supermarine Spitfire II FSM

BAPC.99 Yukosuka MXY-7 Ohka II

35+01 McDonnell Douglas RF-4E Phantom II c/n 3681

159320 Lockheed P-3C Orion C/N 285A-5610

63-7882 Lockheed C-130E Hercules C/N 382-3953

42-44450 North American AT-6D Texan C/N 88-14423 (Later became G-BPSE around 6 years after I saw it)

WM224 Gloster Meteor TT.20 C/N unknown

BAPC72 Hawker Hurricane Replica

BAPC117 RAF BE.2c Replica

BAPC118 Albertross D.Va Replica

BAPC179 Sopwith Pup Replica

XH124 Blackburn Beverley C.1 C/N 1030

A2-4 Supermarine Seagull V C/N unknown

R9125 Westland Lysander III C/N 1185

494083 Junkers Ju-87D Stuka C/N unknown

MM5701 Fiat CR.42 Falco C/N unknown

730301 Messerschmitt Bf-110G-4/R6 C/N unknown

360043 Junkers Ju-88R-1 C/N unknown

701152 Heinkel He-111H-20 C/N unknown

P2617 Hawker Hurricane I C/N unknown

X4590 Supermarine Spitfire Mk1A C/N 6S/81254

10001 Bristol 149 Bolingbroke Mk.IVT C/N unknown marked as L8756

P3175 Hawker Hurricane I C/N GO/89296

164 Bleriot Type XI c/n 164 (also bapc106)

433 Bleriot XXVII C/N 433 (also bapc107)

3066 Caudron G.3 C/N 7487

N5912 Sopwith Triplane C/N unknown

E449 Avro 504K C/N 927

F6314 Sopwith F.1 Camel C/N unknown

F938 Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A C/N 687/2404

MN235 Hawker Typhoon IIB C/N 153219

NV778 Hawker Tempest TT.5 C/N unknown

PK724 Supermarine Spitfire F.24 C/N CBAF.255

A16-199 Lockheed Hudson IV C/N 6464

XG474 Bristol Belvedere HC.1 C/N 13365

KL110 Sikorsky R-4B Hoverfly I C/N 140

HD.5-1 Dornier D0.24T3-6 c/n 5294

RD253 Bristol Beaufighter TF.X C/N unknown

VX653 Hawker Sea Fury FB.11 C/N unknown

VT812 De Havilland DH-100 Vampire F.3 C/N unknown

75 Hanriot HD-1 c/n 75

WH301 Gloster Meteor F.8 C/N unknown

XA847 English Electric P.1B C/N 95004

BAPC.82 Hawker Afghan Hind

TW117 De Havilland DH.98 Mosquito TIII c/n unknown

44-29366 North American TB-25N Mitchell C/N 108-32461

MF628 Vickers Wellington T.10 C/N unknown

W1048 Handley Page Halifax II C/N 11

Thanks in advance,

Steve

Posted by LIN104 on 01 February 2020 - 21:02:55
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

more to add when you have time:

MM61954 PD.808GE, Italian AF, c/n 512

MM61955 PD.808GE, Italian AF, c/n 513

MM61958 PD.808GE, Italian AF, c/n 505

MM61960 PD.808GE, Italian AF, c/n 517

MM61963 PD.808GE, Italian AF, c/n 520

MM40118 Br.1150, Italian AF, c/n 80

MM40123 Br.1150, Italian AF, c/n 85

MM40125 Br.1150, Italian AF, c/n 87

E-607 F-16A, Danish AF, c/n 6F-42, ex USAF 80-3607, f/f 00.00.1983, d/d 02.05.1983, active

T-409 MFI-17, Danish AF, c/n 15-209, f/f 19.06.1976, d/d 28.06.1976, active

T-426 MFI-17, Danish AF, c/n 15-226, f/f 26.10.1976, d/d 09.11.1976, active

908 F-5B, Norwegian AF, c/n N9011, ex Norwegian AF 14908, ex USAF 67-14908

J-3038 F-5E, Siwss AF, c/n L1038, ex USAF 76-1563, d/d 09.05.1980, active

J-3064 F-5E, Swiss AF, c/n L1064, ex USAF 76-1589, d/d 06.03.1981, SOC 2003, sold to US Navy as 761589

T-323 AS.332M, Swiss AF, c/n 2360, d/d 29.11.1992, active

15110 F-16A, Portugese AF, c/n AA-10, ex USAF 93-0474

15113 F-16A, Portugese AF, c/n AA-11, ex USAF 93-0477

15119 F-16B, Portugese AF, c/n AB-02, ex USAF 93-0483

73-0095 F-15A, USAF, c/n 36, scrapped ?

86-0167 F-15C, USAF, c/n 1016, active

86-0175 F-15C, USAF, c/n 1025, active

78-0057 F-16A, USAF, c/n 61-53, preserved

88-0174 F-16D, USAF, c/n 1D-28, active

91-0351 F-16C, USAF, c/n CC-49, active

92-3918 F-16C, USAF, c/n CC-160, active

XR499 Wessex HC.2, RAF, c/n WA124, scrapped

XR508 Wessex HC.2, RAF, c/n WA133, scrapped

XZ966 Harrier GR.3, RAF, c/n 712202, GIA

XZ969 Harrier GR.3, RAF, c/n 712205, GIA

ZD404 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P33

ZD461 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P51, preserved

XV665 Sea King HAS.6, Royal Navy, c/n WA653, stored

R13 C-160R, French AF, c/n 13, stored

38+04 F-4F, German AF, c/n 4617

502 C-130H, Oman AF, c/n 4916, ex USAF 82-0050

CR.12-55 RF-4C, Spanish AF, c/n 1217, ex USAF 65-0823, preserved

Kind regards Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 01/02/2020 - 21:28:54
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 03 February 2020 - 14:31:17
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

The Pembroke and Mystere IV have been added (Mystere as 059). the F-100D is in the DB. It's in as both 54-2160 (USAF) and 42160 (FAF).

Will make a start now on your other list.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 04 February 2020 - 17:21:23
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

Your request of 31 January has been completed.

I've entered the BAPC machines in such a way that you can retrieve them by both serial number (if known) or BAPC number (ie: IR808 or BAPC.361 for the Chinook FSM).

The Hanriot HD-1 is actually N75 (early RAF serial) or you can find it under ZK-EAY (currently).

I lost my log from Hendon years ago (must have been early 80's) so will have to contact my friend who was with me so I can get a date and log half of these!

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Nottinghamlad on 05 February 2020 - 02:49:49
Local Airport: CAX

Hi Brian, The following are all situated at Royal New Zealand Air Force Museum at Christchurch:

NZ825 DH Tiger Moth Mk II built at Rongotai 1943 And entered service 25/01/44. Came to museum 1977. Apparently, the original marking was NZ1481, but now displayed as 825! I don’t know what you should list it as.

NZ3705 Bell 47G Sioux Arrived from Texas factory 12/65 and entered service 01/66. Retired and donated to museum 03/14

NZ6460 Aermacchi MB-339 First Macchi to be assembled and tested inNZ. Entered service 19/04/91. Transferred to museum 2012

NZ5903 Bristol B.170 Freighter Built 1951. Entered service 10/03/52. Extensive service including Vietnam War. Last Freighter with RNZAF. To museum 16/03/78.

NZ6205 MDD A-4K Skyhawks Built California 1969. Entered service 17/05/70. Made final flight by RNZAF Skyhawk 30/07/04. Stored until 10/12 then to museum.

NZ3906 Westland Wasp Started life in 1964 with RN Fleet Air Arm. To RNZN 07/82. Retired 1995. Sold back to Westland Helicopters and donated to museum 1998

69-7639 Cessna O-2A Skymaster USAF Served with USAF Reserve and Air National Guard between 1970 and 1986. Loaned to museum 1990.

NZ6001 DHC Beaver Manufactured 1957 VH-AAL. To NZ 09/65 ZK-CMW. To museum 1985

NZ5710 DH T.11 Vampire Served 06/56 to 12/72. Stores until 1984.

N6460 Sopwith Pup replica Built England 78-83. Fitted with original rotary engine. Been with museum since 1995.

More to follow, Dan


Post Edited By Nottinghamlad on 05/02/2020 - 02:52:48
Posted by Hitman69 on 05 February 2020 - 09:02:03
Local Airport: MAN

Brian

I feel your pain on the missing log book. I know I am missing one myself which at the time wasn't an issue as I had ticked off the aircraft spotted in the various listings but when it come to logging them online it means running through the log books I have and then trying to find the missing ones later. Thanks for the info on the HD-1 and nice work on the BAPC listing, it makes sense to be able to search serial as well.

Good luck with your Hendon quest.

Steve

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 05 February 2020 - 21:01:47
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your request of 01 February has now been completed.

Kindest regards, Brian

Posted by Hitman69 on 06 February 2020 - 06:46:27
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

A few more when you have time please.

ZD469 British Aerospace Harrier GR.7A C/N P59

XK416 Auster AOP.9 C/N B5/10/119 (I belive this was also registered G-AYUA)

1513 North American AT-6D Harvard C/N 88-14555 (Also registered G-CCOY)

XF914 Percival P-56 Provost T.1 C/N PAC/F/423

XH330 DH Vampire T11 c/n 15708

NL985 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II C/N 86417 (also registered G-BWIK)

XM279 English Electric Canberra B(I).8 C/N EEP71648

WZ415 DH Vampire T11 c/n 15004

XK632 DH Vampire T11 c/n 15789

WZ581 DH Vampire T11 c/n 15156

WZ616 DH Vampire T11 c/n unknown

XD459 DH Vampire T11 c/n 15523

XH328 DH Vampire T11 c/n 15706

XZ967 Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR.3 C/N 712203

Thanks, Steve

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 06 February 2020 - 15:37:30
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dan,

Your interesting RNZAF Museum list has been added with the following notes:

The Tiger Moth is in the DB as it's real s/n NZ1481 with a note it wears "NZ825"

The Beaver is in the DB as ZK-CMW with a note it wears "NZ6001". The real NZ6001 was re-regd to NZ6010 (as 6001 was originally a Meteor) and is still lying on a glacier having crashed there in Jan 1970. ZK-CKH (airworthy Beaver) is also painted up as NZ6001 in an all red Antarctic c/s!

The Pup replica is ex G-BIAT painted as "NZ6460" and is in the DB as the former with a note.

Hope this helps.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 06 February 2020 - 21:04:44
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

Your request from this morning (06 Feb) has now been completed.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Nottinghamlad on 07 February 2020 - 01:59:28
Local Airport: CAX

Hi Brian,

This is part 2 from RNZAF Museum Christchurch:

A84-240 EE Canberra B.Mk.20 Royal Australian AF Gifted to museum 1984

NZ203 Avro 626 RNZAF from1935. Sold to Jim Frogley 1947 (ZK-APC). Last flight 1958, reg canc 1965 and stored. Repurchased by RNZAF 1981 and restored. At museum since 1985

NZ406 Avro Anson Mk.1 RNZAF Composite rebuild: mainly NZ415, but parts from NZ410, NZ422 and NZ352

NZ1087 NA Harvard Mk.111 RNZAF Manufactured 1944 for RAF, but diverted to NZ. Served to 1957.Stored to 1962. Then with Red Checkers.To museum 1981. Displayed as NZ948

NZ3551 C-47B Dakota RNZAF served from 14/08/45. Converted to VIP flagship and flew the queen and Prince Phillip on tour 1953-4. Retd 1977, to museum

NZ2013 L Hudson Mk.111 RNZAF Manufactured Burbank, Ca 1941. Service from 18/09/41 to 07/48. Sold to farmer, used as chicken coop! Purchased by museum 1985 and restored.

NZ1707 Auster T.Mk.7c RNZAF purchased from RAF 1956. Served with Trans-Antarctic Expedition, fitted with skis and floats, to 1961.

NZ2410 NA P-51D Mustang RNZAF Built 1944 (s/n 44-74827) for US Army Air Forces. To Indonesian AF 1972. To museum 1985

NZ6254 MDD TA-4K Skyhawk RNZAF served from 17/05/70 to 19/10/01. To museum 06/11

NZ2504 Grumman TBF-1 Avenger RNZAF Served 21/09/43 to 09/45. Stored until 08/48. Used again until 30/06/59. Gate guardian at Te Rapa until 11/78. Then to museum.

NZ3801 Bell UH-1H Iroquois RNZAF Served 15/06/66 to 2013. To museum 08/15.

NZ3000 Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk Built for USAAF 1941. Crashed 23/12/42. Recovered 1989. To museum 1996. Restoration finished 05/13. Painted as RNZAF (never flown by them)

TE288 Spitfire Mk.XVIE RAF Served after war. Used in shots for ‘Reach for the Sky’. 1959 to Brevet Club, Christchurch. To museum 1983.

NZ1948 NZ Aerospace Industries CT/4B Airtrainer RNZAF Served 28/08/78 to 1998. Bought back by manufacturers and donated to museum 2000.

Great museum, well worth a visit, and free!

Many thanks, Dan

Ps how the devil did you know N6460 was G-BIAT?

Posted by Hitman69 on 07 February 2020 - 18:33:17
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

A few more from my time following you around the country back in the 1980's

LA226 Supermarine 356 Spitfire F.21 C/N SMAF.4371

XT430 Westland Wasp HAS1 c/n F9600

ZD647 Schleicher Vanguard TX1 c/n 21147

XT814 Westland-Bell Sioux AH1 c/n WA521

F5459 Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5A Replica C/N PFA 020-10439 (Also G-INNY)

DF155 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II C/N 85904 (Also G-ANFV

T5424 De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II C/N 83167 (Also G-AJOA)

080 Embraer EMB-121AA Xingu French Air Force C/N 121080

160610 Lockheed P-3C Orion C/N 285A-5659 US Navy

43+71 Panavia Tornado IDS C/N 186/GS044/4071 German Air Force

XH673 Handley Page Victor K.2 C/N HP80/58 RAF

159768 Lockheed S-3A Viking C/N 394A-1097 US Navy

161422 Grumman F-14A Tomcat C/N 432 US Navy

104780 Canadair CF-104 Starfighter C/N 683A-1080 CAF

P6382 Miles M14A Magister C/N 1750 (Also G-AJRS)

Z7258 De Havilland DH-89A Dominie/Dragon Rapide C/N 6862 (Also G-AHGD)

XW863 Westland SA-341C Gazelle HT2 C/N WA1114 RN

282 Westland SH-14D Lynx C/N 215 Netherlands Navy

XV705 Westland Sea King HAS.1 C/N WA676 RN

XV659 Westland Sea King HAS.1 C/N WA647 RN

80-0592 General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon C/N 6I-313 USAF

A-465 Sud SE-3160 Alouette III C/N 1465 Netherlands AF

A-390 Aérospatiale SA-316B Alouette III C/N 1390 Netherlands AF

XS919 English Electric Lightning F.6 C/N 95252 RAF

J-249 Fokker F-16A Fighting Falcon C/N 6D-38 Netherlands AF

26+69 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter C/N 683-7415 German AF

157452 A-7E Corsair II C/N E-175 US Navy

XZ553 Slingsby T-61F Venture T2 C/N 1873 RAF

74-0659 McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II C/N 4810 USAF

26+56 Lockheed F-104G Starfighter C/N 683-7402 German AF

80-0608 General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon C/N 61-329 USAF

68-15940 Grumman OV-1D Mohawk C/N 144C US Army

69-0248 McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II C/N 3773 USAF

64-17958 SR-71A Blackbird USAF (or is it 61-7958??) possible c/n 2009

155124 Grumman C-2A Greyhound C/N 19 US Navy

72-1448 General Dynamics F-111F Aardvark C/N E2-78 USAF

68-0557 McDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom II C/N 3398 USAF

K5414 Hawker Hind C/N 41H/81902

310 Lockheed P-3C Orion C/N 285E-5773 Netherlands Navy

64-17681 Lockheed C-130E Hercules C/N 382-4069 USAF

Thanks in advance,

Steve

Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 08 February 2020 - 18:08:34
Local Airport: CMB

Hi, could you please add:

SM234. Mig 23 Indian AF

Preserved as gate guardian at Delhi airport.

Thanks

Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 08 February 2020 - 18:08:37
Local Airport: CMB

Hi, could you please add:

  • SM234 Mig 23 Indian AF Preserved as gate guardian at Delhi airport.
  • TS552 Mig 27 Indian AF

Thanks


Post Edited By Dougiehd on 10/02/2020 - 18:41:15
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 10 February 2020 - 10:19:07
Local Airport: SOU

Hi All,

I'm delighted to say that all the USAF C-130E's have now been loaded into the DB, and I certainly don't want to go logging any more for a while so please don't inundate me with C-130H requests just yet, lol !!

Now back to your requests.....

Kindest regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 10 February 2020 - 16:54:24
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dan,

Your second part of this wonderful museum has been uploaded with a couple of notes:

  1. The composite Anson is in as NZ415 as that makes up most of it's frame, with a note re painted as "NZ406"

  2. the P-51D is actually F-367 (Indonesian AF) painted as "NZ2410 (it never served with the RNZAF)

  3. the P-40E is actually P-40F 41-14205 (with a note) as never served with RNZAF.

I was only in NZ for a week back in 1983 and never made it to the South Island (friends in Wellington) but I'm due a visit and this will definitely be on my list!

I use lots of sites for research (Warbird Resources, UK Serials, my own DB to name a few) and if all else fails - good old Google!!)

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 10 February 2020 - 22:17:19
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

another list to add whenever you find the time to do so:

203 Mirage F.1C, French AF, c/n ?

265 Mirage F.1C, French AF, c/n ?

F205 C-160NG, French AF, c/n 206

21+81 F-104G, German AF, c/n 7050, F-104G, construction number 683D-7050, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd); assembly start by Messerschmitt-Manching September 7, 1962 assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 2; KE+350 acceptance date by BABwMTT on October 9, 1962 without test flights put into long term storage for 3 years under project "21"; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1964 modified to higher construction level and test flown on May 20, 1965; official first flight May 6, 1965 coded KE+350; acceptance date by BABwMTT August 30, 1965 DF+108 JaboG 36 at Hopsten AB delivery date on August 9, 1965 21+81 code change start on November 13, 1967; JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB on December 11, 1974; JaboG 32 at Lechfeld AB on December 22, 1982 withdrawn from use at LwSchleuse 11 on June 15, 1984 with 3.022 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) October 2, 1984 to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 63-7050) on December 5, 1984; coded as "4-050" with 4.AJU at Murted AB in 1989 withdrawn from use on June 19, 1989; CFE scrapped in August 1995 at Eskisehir AB (1.Air Supply and Maintenance Center).

26+13 F-104G, German AF, c/n 9151, F-104G, construction number 683D-9151, company model 683-10-19, built by SABCA manufactured by West Group (ARGE-West); assembly start July 19, 1964 at SABCA-Gosselies first flight November 2, 1964 with construction number "9151" in Fighterbomber version 3 factory test fights and 3 military test flights with 6 flight hours; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" coded KH+163 acceptance date January 12, 1965 by BABwSABCA; LVR 3 (Luftwaffenversorgungsregiment 3) on February 9, 1964 for modifications DF+231 JaboG 36 at Hopsten AB delivery date on March 20, 1965 IRAN at SABCA on April 19, 1967 with 280 flight hours, back to JaboG 36 on November 15, 1967 26+13 JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB on September 23, 1974; JaboG 32 at Lechfeld AB on December 23, 1980; Decimomannu AB on August 18, 1982 withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 with 2.844 flight hours on November 4, 1983; struck off charge order (AVA) December 18, 1984. to Turkish Air Force (with serial number 64-9151) on February 25, 1985; coded "9-151" with 9.AJU at Balikesir AB 1987-1989 withdrawn from use April 19, 1989; dump Yeni Foma near Izmir October 1996 last noted; scrapped.

37+44 F-4F, German AF, c/n 4456, scrapped, ex USAF 72-1154

WH734 Canberra B.2(TT), RAF, c/n ?, scrapped

XN791 Lightning F.2A, RAF, c/n 95144, scrapped

XV665 Sea King HAS.6, Royal Navy, c/n WA653, stored ?

XW290 Jet Provost T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/954

XW886 Gazelle HT.2, Royal Navy, c/n 1157, w/o 16.01.1991, crashed at Predannack after loss of control during semi-wing-over manoeuvre. Pilot seriously injured.

XX154 Hawk T.1, RAF, c/n 312001/001, preserved

XX454 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1457

XX540 Bulldog T.1, RAF, c/n 232, to N540BD

XX835 Jaguar T.2B, RAF, c/n B23, GIA Cosford

XZ615 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 162

A30 Alouette II, Belgian Army, c/n 1766, ex F-WKQD, d/d 11.07.1962, w/o 04.09.1987 crashed at Gulpen (Netherlands) after rotorproblems.

A50 Alouette II, Belgian Army, c/n 1990, d/d 31.10.1967, wfu 2006

160612 P-3C, US Navy, c/n 5663, 22.07.1978, scrapped 2017

163224 F-14B, US Navy, c/n 585, scrapped

64-1004 RF-4C, USAF, c/n 690, preserved Edwards in 1997

65-0713 YF-4E, USAF, c/n 1761, preserved Edwards in 1997

63-9778 F-111A, USAF, c/n 13, preserved Edwards in 1997

66-0021 EF-111A, USAF, c/n 39, scrapped

64-14861 WC-130H, USAF, c/n 4088, stored AMARG

65-0981 HC-130P, USAF, c/n 4133, w/o 11.12.2012

73-1580 EC-130H, USAF, c/n 4542, active

77-0139 F-15A, USAF, c/n 428, scrapped

80-0033 F-15C, USAF, c/n 684, stored

85-0101 F-15C, USAF, c/n 954, active

85-0107 F-15C, USAF, c/n 961, active

85-0119 F-15C, USAF, c/n 975, active

86-0184 F-15E, USAF, c/n 987, active

86-0190 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1031, active

84-0049 B-1B, USAF, c/n 9, stored

85-0068 B-1B, USAF, c/n 28, active

86-0113 B-1B, USAF, c/n 73, active

85-0039 C-130H, USAF, c/n 5080, stored AMARG

88-2102 HC-130N, USAF, c/n 5210, stored AMARG

93-1457 C-130H, USAF, c/n 5362, active

Kind regards Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 10/02/2020 - 23:05:37
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 11 February 2020 - 16:20:16
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

Your request of 07 Feb (Mildenhall '84) has been completed with a couple of notes:

  1. The German Tornado IDS & F-104's were WGN not WGAF

  2. The blackbird is indeed 61-7958

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 11 February 2020 - 16:30:03
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dougie,

Your InAF Mig-23 has been added.

I'm sure I recognise that nickname. Are you on the outskirts of Bedfordshire by any chance? I used to post on the old Reach Hunters group (before moving to Turkey) for stuff routing OTT BZZ-MAM and (if I have the right person) you were next on that trail followed by Ray Brooks in Peterborough?

Kind regards, Brian

Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 11 February 2020 - 17:28:07
Local Airport: CMB

Hi Brian

Thanks for adding the IN AF Mig23.

Nope, must be another Dougie. I used to be in Berkshire west of Windsor, but overseas since 1998 and currently in Sri Lanka. Cheers

Posted by Hitman69 on 12 February 2020 - 06:11:10
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

Onwards to the next air show of the season.

A-411 Beech T-34C Turbo Mentor c/n GM-067

B6401 Slingsby Sopwith F-1 Camel Replica C/N 1701 (Also G-AWYY)

XT176 Westland Sioux AH.1 C/N WA.335

XS574 Northrop MQM-36A Shelduck D1 C/N Unknown

XW994 Northrop Chukar D1 c/n C5

8359 Short 184 C/N unknown

NH749 Supermarine Spitfire XIV C/N 6S/583887

WF133 Percival P-57 Sea Prince T1 C/N P57/31

WL349 Gloster Meteor T.7 C/N unknown

81-23571 Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk c/n 70-292 US Army

68-15863 Boeing Vertol CH-47C Chinook C/N B.575 US Army

265 Boeing Vertol CH-47C Chinook C/N B.575 Netherlands Navy

84+73 Sikorsky (VFW-Fokker) CH-53G C/N V65-071 German Army

122 Aérospatiale SA-321G Super Frelon C/N 122 French Navy

81-23538 Bell AH-1S Cobra c/n 22322 US Army

MM81169 Boeing Vertol CH-47C Chinook C/N M-028 Italian Army

XZ232 Westland Lynx HAS.2 C/N 009 Army

03313 Agusta Hkp3C (AB-204B) C/N 3193 Swedish Army

03314 Agusta Hkp3C (AB-204B) C/N 3194 Swedish Army

04063 Boeing Vertol Hkp4B C/N 503 Swedish Army

XV668 Westland Sea King HAS.5 C/N WA656

OT-ZKD Sikorsky HSS-1 Seabat (S-58) C/N SA145 Belgium Air Force

80-23425 Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk c/n 70-183 US Army

XV121 Westland Scout AH.1 C/N F9696

XP816 DHC Beaver AL1 c/n 1476 Army

A-536 Sud SE-3160 Alouette III C/N 1536 Netherland Air Force

A-266 Sud SE-3160 Alouette III C/N 1266 Netherland Air Force

A-267 Aérospatiale SE-3160 Alouette III C/N 1267 Netherland Air Force

A43 SUD SA-318C Alouette II C/N 1960/588C Belgium Army

B-69 Bolkow Bo.105 CB c/n s-269 Netherlands Army

XV636 Westland Wasp HAS.1 C/N F9731 Army

80+74 Bolkow Bo.105 M c/n 5074

FT375 Noorduyn AT-16 Harvard IIB C/N 14A-1415 RAF

622 Westland Lynx HAS.2 C/N 095 French Navy

2262 Aerospatiale SA.319B Alouette III c/n 2262 French Navy

70-15174 Bell OH-58C Kiowa c/n 40725 US Army

67-67217 Bell UH-1H Iroquois c/n 9415 US Army

136229 Bell CH-136 Kiowa C/N 44029 Canada

136231 Bell CH-136 Kiowa C/N 44031 Canada

XZ331 Aerospatiale SA341B Gazelle AH.1 c/n 1652 AAC

XW865 Westland SA-341B Gazelle AH1 C/N WA1119

WB693 De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk T.10 C/N C1/0141

XT640 Westland Scout AH1 c/n F9646 AAC

P-5 Hafner Rotachute III C/N unknown

MM81010 Agusta A-109A Hirundo C/N 7114 Italian Army

XP817 DHC Beaver AL1 c/n 1478 AAC

ZB629 Westland SA-341D Gazelle HT3 C/N WA2010 RAF

XX383 Westland SA-341B Gazelle AH1 C/N 1273 AAC

XX441 Westland SA-341C Gazelle HT2 C/N 1418 RAF

XZ322 Westland SA-341B Gazelle AH1 C/N 1630 AAC

ZA771 Westland SA-341B Gazelle AH1 C/N WA1813 AAC

XW891 Westland SA-341C Gazelle HT2 C/N 1163 RN

XZ607 Westland Lynx AH1 c/n 151 AAC

ZD283 Westland Lynx AH.7 C/N 308 AAC

XZ662 Westland Lynx AH.7 C/N 214 AAC

XZ673 Westland Lynx AH.1 C/N 238 AAC

XZ185 Westland Lynx AH.7 C/N 069 AAC

XZ193 Westland Lynx AH.1 C/N 093 AAC

XZ650 Westland Lynx AH.1 C/N 189 AAC

XW797 Westland Scout AH.1 C/N F9760 AAC

XW798 Westland Scout AH.1 C/N F9761 AAC

XW283 Westland Scout AH.1 C/N F9738 AAC

80-23428 Sikorsky UH-60A Black Hawk c/n 70-186 US Army

67-18548 Boeing Vertol CH-47C c/n B518 US Army

BAPC.10 Halfner R-11 Revoplane c/n unknown

BAPC.80 Airspeed AS.58 Horsa II c/n unknown

ZA727 Westland SA-341B Gazelle AH1 C/N WA1796 AAC

XW913 Westland SA-341B Gazelle AH1 C/N 1233 AAC

Thanks,

Steve

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 12 February 2020 - 15:25:28
Local Airport: SOU

Thanks Dougie,

Must be a similar 'handle'...and I should've spotted your local field was Colombo !! (It's an age thing !!)

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 12 February 2020 - 20:53:45
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your latest request of 10 Feb has been completed. great info on the F-104's !

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 14 February 2020 - 06:20:04
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

today some modern Hardware for a Change:

C.16-36 Typhoon, Spanish AF, c/n SS017, active

C.16-39 Typhoon, Spanish AF, c/n SS020, active

C.16-44 Typhoon, Spanish AF, c/n SS025, active

C.16-45 Typhoon, Spanish AF, c/n SS026, active

7L-WB Typhoon, Austrian AF, c/n 142/AS002, ex German test reg. 98+41, active

7L-WD Typhoon, Austrian AF, c/n 144/AS004, ex German test reg. 98+43, active

MM7361 F-35A, Italian AF, c/n 5286/AL-11, active

15-5125 F-35A, USAF, c/n AF-116, active

15-5164 F-35A, USAF, c/n AF-139, active

71-0290 F-15A, USAF, c/n 8/B001, to 837NA

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 14/02/2020 - 06:34:22
Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 14 February 2020 - 09:11:10
Local Airport: CMB

Hi again Brian

Much obliged if you can please add:

  • TS552..... Mig27.....Indian AF
  • SMH4416..... Mil 171E..... Sri Lanka AF
  • SMH4427..... Mil 171E..... Sri Lanka AF
  • SMH-596...... Mi 17...... Sri Lanka AF

Thanks muchly

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 14 February 2020 - 21:06:02
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

Your Middle Wallop show & request of 12 February has been added with a couple of notes:

  1. the T-34C is 0729 (A-411 formed part of it's code "1-A-411)

  2. MLD 265 is in fact a Lynx (prob a typo from the CH-47C on the line above).

  3. HSS-1 is B-04 (OT-ZKD is it's call sign)

  4. the UH-1H is 67-17217 (not 67-67217 - typo)

  5. I've formatted BAPC.80 to be searched by that and it's ID (TL659). This is a composite of about 4 frames but TL659 was the major frame used in the build.

Hope this help,

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 14 February 2020 - 21:09:27
Local Airport: SOU

Hi All,

A bit of a long shot request, I know, but would any of our more senior members (like me) have any movement logs from RAF Northolt from 1971-1973?

I've lost a couple of early logbooks with my various moves overseas and, although I have a number of a/c listed in my spreadsheet, I have no idea when I saw them (although I know it was NHT from this period as can't think where else I would have logged Indian AF Connie's and Belgian AF C-119's when I was too young to drive)!!

If anyone has any old SEAR or BAR magazines (mine only go back as far as 1975) and can scan the relevant pages to me via email I'd be eternally grateful !

Just let me know and I'll advise my contact details.

Many thanks!

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Hitman69 on 15 February 2020 - 09:48:52
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

Thanks for the update and yes it looks like there were a couple of slip ups in there. I had the Horsa down as TL659 in my log book but with it being a composite and current pictures showing a different (false) registration I was unsure what to put it down as, I knew you would be able to sort it out.

A few more when you can find the time please.

H-202 Hughes OH-6A Cayuse C/N 109-0202 Danish AF

68-15868 Boeing Vertol CH-47C c/n b.580

VT260 Gloster Meteor F.4 C/N unknown

XR482 Westland Whirlwind HAR10 c/n WA414

XD453 De Havilland DH-115 Vampire T.11 C/N 15521

XJ476 De Havilland DH-110 Sea Vixen FAW.1 C/N 10003

WD496 HP Hastings C2 c/n HP67/124

XS742 Beagle B-206R Basset CC.1 C/N B.003

WV544 Percival Provost T1 c/n PAC/56/090

XK906 Westland Whirlwind HAS7 c/n WA153

WB990 Slingsby T-21 Sedbergh TX.1 C/N 580/MHL017

WB944 Slingsby T-21B Sedbergh TX.1 C/N 611

XN243 Slingsby Cadet TX3 c/n 1182

XE800 Slingsby Cadet TX3 c/n 913

WT902 Slingsby T-31B Cadet TX.3 C/N 697

WT871 Slingsby Cadet TX3 c/n 681

WP863 DHC Chipmunk T10 c/n c1/750

Thanks,

Steve

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 15 February 2020 - 12:00:58
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your request of 14 February has been completed. Nice to see something other than F-104's !!

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 15 February 2020 - 12:14:35
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dougie,

All added for you as SMH- etc.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 15 February 2020 - 14:17:35
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

All done for you.

Kind regards, Brian

Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 15 February 2020 - 15:19:11
Local Airport: CMB

Thanks Brian

Noticed we've got some inconsistency and duplication with the Sri Lanka AF fleet (and doubtless others). With the Mi-171 we have 8 listed as Mil-Mi 171 and 3 listed as Mi-171. Similarly with the An32 there's 11 listed as An-32 and 1 as Antonov An-32. Should we combine these into one listing?

Cheers

Posted by LIN104 on 15 February 2020 - 22:28:15
Local Airport: WID

Hello Brian,

I have the BAR magazines from 1974 onwards. A quick look through showed not much about Northolt, but if you like I can scan the relevant pages and sent them to you or I post it here.

Kind regards Alfred.


Post Edited By LIN104 on 15/02/2020 - 22:31:09
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 16 February 2020 - 10:14:42
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Thanks for the kind offer but I have 1974 covered (through a friend). it's the earlier years that I'm desperate for (with no luck so far!!)

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 16 February 2020 - 10:17:48
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dougie,

Thanks for pointing that out. Unfortunately, over the years, it seems people have had different ways to input the data and there is a lack of consistency. I have a huge task with the USAF listings (like most of the KC-135's are lists as B.707's!) but will gradually get around to tidying them up. I'll sort the Sri Lankan AF out now as it shouldn't take me more than about an hour or so.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Hitman69 on 16 February 2020 - 11:34:42
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

A few more for you when you can. All ex Hellenic Air Force displayed outside the War Museum in Athens.

FG-695 F-104G c/n 6695

37216 Republic F-84F-81-RE Thunderstreak C/N 53-7216

516171 North American F-86D Sabre c/n 173-537

689071 Northrop F-5A Freedom Fighter c/n N6442

93500 North American T-6 G Texan c/n 168-644

Thanks

Steve

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 16 February 2020 - 11:37:28
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dougie,

I've had a 'clean up' on the fleet list but it's not showing as yet. I've just emailed Gavin (our webmaster) to find out if there's a way to clean it up manually or if it's done on an automatic re-load (as not sure how often this is done). I'll let you know once I receive an answer.

I've noticed there's a duplicate of C-130 SCH-880. One has the full a/c history which I've updated, but the other is just the single entry (no previous owners etc). I can't delete this single entry as you have a sighting logged for it. Can I ask you to delete your sighting on this one (so I can delete it as a duplicate) and put your sighting against the one with the full history?

Sorry it's a bit long-winded but that's the way the system is designed, so us admins don't go in and delete records with all your sightings against them!

Many thanks, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 16 February 2020 - 15:43:12
Local Airport: SOU

For Michael Rourke ("Polehill")

Hi Michael,

I'm trying to 'clean up' the military a/c DB and notice a duplicate under C-131F 141021. It's listed as this and as "bua141021" which I'm trying to delete but the system won't allow me to do so as you have a sighting against it. I also notice you have one against the other (141021) listing too.

Can I kindly ask you to delete your listing under bua141021 so I can delete this as a duplicate and let me know when you've done it? You can always log your sighting against the other record if you need to log it twice.

Many thanks for your help, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 16 February 2020 - 16:41:13
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

All done for you. Been to Athens 4 times and still never got to the Museum !!

  1. The F-104G is 6695 (HAF)

  2. The F-86D is really 51-8404 (51-6171 is preserved in Sunderland)

  3. The F-5A is 68-9071

  4. The T-6G is 49-3500

Kindest regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 16 February 2020 - 19:36:16
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

when you have time to add the following :

XW853 Gazelle HT.2, Royal Navy, c/n 1033, to G-SWWM

XW857 Gazelle HT.2, Royal Navy, c/n 1081, to G-CTFS

XW860 Gazelle HT.2, Royal Navy, c/n 1100, GIA?

XW864 Gazelle HT.2, Royal Navy, c/n 1116, stored ?

XW887 Gazelle HT.2, Royal Navy, c/n 1158, to G-CBFD

XW906 Gazelle HT.3, RAF, c/n 1213, GIA Boscombe Down?

XZ931 Gazelle HT.3, RAF, c/n 1728, to N931XZ

XZ940 Gazelle HT.2, RAF, c/n 1757, to UR-??

XV651 Sea King HAS.5, Royal Navy, c/n WA639, stored

XV707 Sea King AEW.2A, Royal Navy, c/n WA678, GIA

XV332 Buccaneer S.2B, RAF, c/n B3-10-66, scrapped

XV352 Buccaneer S.2B, RAF, c/n B3-02-67, scrapped

ZD668 Harrier GR.3, RAF, c/n 712229, stored Chino?

31+28 G-91R, German AF, c/n D395, scrapped

38+12 F-4F, German AF, c/n 4640, scrapped

58-0233 B-52G, USAF, c/n 464301, stored

59-2569 B-52G, USAF, c/n 464332, stored

68-15849 CH-47C, US Army, c/n B561, to CH-47D 89-00139

68-0377 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3456, to South Korea as 80-377

68-0381 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3463, to Greece as 68-0381

68-0382 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3465, preserved

66-14433 MH-53J, USAF, c/n 65-088, preserved

70-1625 CH-53C, USAF, c/n 65-335, w/o 23.11.2003

71-0344 YA-7F, USAF, D255, preserved

80-0787 F-117A, USAF, c/n A4012, stored ?

85-0830 F-117A, USAF, c/n A4052, stored ?

86-0823 F-117A, USAF, c/n A4061, stored ?

83-0065 B-1B, USAF, c/n 2, preserved

75-0751 F-16B, USAF, c/n 62-1, preserved ?

86-0209 F-16C, USAF, c/n 5C-315, stored AMARG

F98 C-160F, French AF, c/n 98, re-serialled R98, stored

F208 C-160NG, French AF, c/n 211, re-serialled R208, active ?


Post Edited By LIN104 on 16/02/2020 - 20:56:33
Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 17 February 2020 - 03:14:57
Local Airport: CMB

Hi Brian

For the C130 I've deleted my sighting against the single entry and added it to the record with the full history, thanks.

I remember a few years back there was a plan to remove the manufacturer name from all records, so instead of Boeing 737 it would be just B737, etc. This was largely done for the western manufacturers but the Soviet ones lagged behind - hence the current position where there's still a lot of Antonovs, Tupolevs etc.

Cheers

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 21 February 2020 - 20:07:42
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your request of 16 February has been completed. Sorry for the delay.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 23 February 2020 - 20:16:40
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

another list to add whenever you find the time to do so:

XN778 Lightning F.2A, RAF, c/n 95131, scrapped

WB647 Chipmunk T.10, AAC, c/n C1/0087, to ZK-XUK

WB754 Chipmunk T.10, AAC, c/n C1/0202, to ZU-BJZ

WP772 Chipmunk T.10, AAC, c/n C1/0661

XW846 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1009, active

ZD347 Harrier GR.5, RAF, c/n P14, stored AMARG

ZD405 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P34, stored AMARG

ZD407 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P36, stored Cherry Point ?

ZD466 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P56, stored AMARG

ZD468 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P58, stored AMARG

21+67 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683D-7036, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt (MTT) manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd) with parts from Lockheed; assembly at Messerschmitt-Manching starting June 27, 1962 assembly in Fighterbomber version according lot 1; first flight March 7, 1963; acceptance date on May 22, 1963 by BABwMTT coded KE+336 project "Replace" with modification as Fighterbomber (for JaboG 31) with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts DA+244 JaboG 33 at Buchel AB delivery date on May 22, 1963 in Silver-finish colors; JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB on July 10, 1963 IRAN at SABCA on March 23, 1966 with 347 flight hours; system upgrading to higher modification level 2130 camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" during PDM (Periodic Depot Maintenance) in 1966 DD+253 delivered to JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB on February 3, 1967 21+67 operated with flightdate and crash recorder LEADS 200 according tech order "TA-1411" EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" stored at LwSchleuse 11 on November 14, 1984; JaboG 33 at Buchel on April 29, 1985 JaboG 33 Buchel special marks for retirement ceremony F-104 "Geier" May 22, 1985; last flight with OTL Jürgen Stehli on May 30, 1985 with 3.486 flight hours struck off charge order (AVA) April 23, 1985; instructional with apprentice shop JaboG 33 on April 23, 1985 on display Buchel AB coded "40+33" seen September 7, 1996; 2000 Gate Guard as "21+67" again; May 2019 last noted.

22+00 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683D-7069, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt (MTT) manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd); assembly by Messerschmitt-Manching starting November 29, 1962 assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 3; first flight June 12, 1963 coded KE+369 acceptance date by BABwMTT on July 31, 1963 project "Loreley" as Fighterbomber (for JaboG 33) with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts DC+124 JaboG 33 at Buchel AB delivery date on August 16, 1963 in Silver-finish colors camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1966 22+00 code change start on November 13, 1967; JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB on April 27, 1971; JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB January 18, 1972 JaboG 33 at Buchel AB December 13, 1972; to Werft 11 Erding AB for storage as attrition reserve aircraft; to MBB August 2, 1978 JaboG 31 on September 25, 1978; withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on February 3, 1983 with 3.210 flight hours struck off charge order (AVA) August 17, 1983 transferred to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 63-7069) on January 19, 1984; coded as "4-069" with 4.AJU Murted AB crashed into Marmara Sea on September 26, 1984.

26+44 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683D-7304, company model 683-10-19, built by MBB (Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm) manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd) & VFW; assembly start at MBB on March 16, 1971 in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 1 first flight July 2, 1971; acceptance date September 13, 1971 by BABwMBB attrition replacement aircraft in Fighterbomber version for the Luftwaffe under project "Ikarus"; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" 26+44 JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB delivery date on September 30, 1971; February 3, 1982 to JaboG 33 at Buchel AB; June 25, 1984 new camouflage scheme "Norm 83" EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" April 3, 1985 to JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB; WTD 61 at Manching AB on April 22, 1988 withdrawn from use and stored June 1, 1988 at LwSchleuse 11 with 2.663 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) December 8, 1988 to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 71-7304) on January 18, 1989; coded "9-304" with 9.AJU Bandirma AB July 1990- August 1992; coded "8-304" with 8.AJU withdrawn from use on January 13, 1993 at 1. Air Supply and Maintenance Center at Eskisehir AB; scrapped according CFE March 23, 1995 stored coded "8-304" at Eskisehir noted in February 1996; donated by 1st Air Force Command to Zonguldak City for static display in 1995; Zonguldak City put it into a children play ground 1st AF HQ decided to withdraw the aircraft in October 2004; 1st Maintenance Center dismantled it, loaded onto a truck and carried it to 6.AJU at Bandirma AB stored at 6.AJU at Bandirma July 2006 noted; likely scrapped.

70+45 UH-1D, German AF, c/n 8105, preserved

71+12 UH-1D, German AF, c/n 8172, to German Army, active

71+38 UH-1D, German AF, c/n 8198

84+77 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-075

85+07 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-105, to Luftwaffe 2013

55-0679 B-52D, USAF, c/n 464026, preserved

60-0020 B-52H, USAF, c/n 464385, stored AMARG

56-1114 F-102A, USAF, c/n ?, preserved March AFB

69-7212 F-4G, USAF, c/n 3869, stored AMARG

74-0657 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4808, scrapped

74-0662 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4813, to QF-4E, w/o ?

74-0663 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4814, to QF-4E, w/o 07.04.2005

88-1668 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1077/E052, active

88-1669 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1078/E053, active

88-1690 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1099/E074, active

88-1694 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1103/E078, w/o 07.04.2003

148408 F-4B, USN, c/n 93, preserved at Miramar 1997

151981 RF-4B, USMC, c/n 1012, preserved

153110 RF-4B, USMC, c/n 1590

153868 F-4S, USN, c/n 2403

153879 F-4S, USN, c/n 2461

163269 F-16N, USN, c/n 3M-2, preserved

165068 T-45A, USN, c/n A072, active

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 23/02/2020 - 20:43:12
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 26 February 2020 - 16:20:17
Local Airport: SOU

HI Alfred,,

All done for you!

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 01 March 2020 - 18:45:48
Local Airport: WID

*strong text*Hi Brian,

yet more to add when you have time:

XN773 Lightning F.2A, RAF, c/n 95126

XN774 Lightning F.2A, RAF, c/n 95127

XX433 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1386

XZ307 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1560

XZ174 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 024

ZD401 Harrier GR.5, RAF, c/n P30, stored AMARG

ZD432 Harrier GR.7, RAF, c/n P44, w/o 23.11.1993

68-0580 RF-4C, USAF, c/n 3532, to QRF-4C and w/o 12.05.2015

69-0259 F-4G, USAF, c/n 3788, to QF-4G and w/o 23.05.2000

69-5796 HH-53C, USAF, c/n 65-275, stored AMARG

70-1630 CH-53C, USAF, c/n 65-240, stored AMARG

74-0112 F-15A, USAF, c/n 87, preserved

74-0123 F-15A, USAF, c/n 99, scrapped

74-0134 F-15A, USAF, c/n 110, scrapped

64-14270 RV-1D, US Army, c/n 98B

67-18921 OV-1D, US Army, c/n 122C, to Argentina as AE-028

68-15938 OV-1D, US Army, c/n 142C, scrapped

69-17010 OV-1D, US Army, c/n 25D

152795 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 12, preserved

162148 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 28, active

162149 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 29, active

162161 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 41, active

162162 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 42, active

162164 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 44, active

162165 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 45, active

162173 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 53, active

162175 C-2A, US Navy, c/n 55, w/o 22.11.2017

20+01 F-104G, German AF, already in DB but some add. info : c/n 683-2001, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed 1st German Starfighter manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA) in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 1 roll-out at Palmdale on June 6, 1960; first flight at Lockheed-Palmdale October 5, 1960 with register number "101"; acceptance date in 1960 by BABwLockheed in Silver-finish colors DA+101 1960 to "Joint Test Force" for "Category I" operation at Palmdale for tests of the electronic systems, armament and fire control system airlifted to Germany August 7, 1962 with 261 flight hours in Silver-finish colors; reassembled August 11, 1962 according project "Replace" with modification as Fighterbomber with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts coded KE+101 for test flight with Messerschmitt on January 22, 1963; acceptance date March 29, 1963 by BABwMTT DA+101 JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB delivery date on April 2, 1963; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in August 1965 NATO exercise "Tactical Weapons Meet" 1966 at Chaumont AB, France 10 till 24 June 1966 20+01 1st F-104G of the Luftwaffe with 2.000 flight hours on January 11, 1974. withdrawn from use and stored in airworthy condition as attrition reserve aircraft at LwSchleuse 11 on May 2, 1983; struck off charge order (AVA) December 18, 1984 to Turkish Air Force (Türk Hava Kuvvetleri) (TuAF serial number 61-2001) with 3.404 flight hours on January 22, 1985 coded "4-001" with 4.AJU (Ana Jet Us) at Murted AB; coded "9-001" with 9.AJU at Balikesir AB 1987 withdrawn from use May 1, 1989 at Eskisehir AB; scrapped in August 1995 (1.Air Supply and Maintenance Center) at Eskisehir AB according CFE.

20+05 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683-2005, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 1; first flight 1960 at Lockheed-Palmdale flight tests flown with register number "105"; "Joint Test Force" at Palmdale AP for "Category I" basic system tests airlifted April 28, 1961 with C-124 transporter of the USAF to TSLw 1 at Kaufbeuren AB with 50 flight hours acceptance date May 4, 1961 by BABwMTT in Silver-finish colors; project "Balance" (upgrading) was not implemented coded BF+009 TSLw 1 (Technische Schule der Luftwaffe 1) as instructional aircraft (GIA) until July 31, 1967 Messerschmitt for upgrading and latest modifications standard on August 3, 1967; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; planned code DD+107 was not used 20+05 JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB delivery date on June 18, 1968; EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" TechnGrp 11 "F-104 Kommando" on July 17, 1985; JaboG 34 on August 22, 1986; new Lizard camouflage scheme "Norm 83" in September 1986 TechnGrp 11 "F-104 Kommando" at Erding AB on August 20, 1987 withdrawn from use and stored in airworthy condition as attrition reserve aircraft at LwSchleuse 11 on October 8, 1987 with 3.044 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) January 4, 1988 to Turkish AF (TuAF serial number 61-2005) on September 13, 1988; coded "4-005" with 4.AJU at Murted 1988 coded "6-005" at Bandirma AB with 6.AJU in June 1989; coded "8-005" with 181 Filo at Diyarbakir AB in the 90s seen coded "8-005" 181 Filo of 8.AJU at Incirlik AB in 1993; withdrawn from use 1992; scrapped.

25+13 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683D-8277, company model 683-10-19, built by Fokker manufactured by North Group (ARGE-Nord); first flight June 23, 1964 coded KG+377; delivery date August 31, 1964 in Fighterbomber version camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; acceptance date by BABwFokker (RNAF-MTA) August 31, 1964 LVR 3 (Luftwaffenversorgungsregiment 3) at Manching AB on November 4, 1964 for technical upgrading DB+108 JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB delivery date on January 5, 1965; damaged due to "over-G" in 1965 and to Messerschmitt for repair; to JaboG 32 at Lechfeld AB on March 31, 1966 25+13 damaged due to an "over-G" on May 22, 1969 and to MBB for repair, back to JaboG 32 in December 1969 withdrawn from use and stored in airworthy condition as attrition reserve aircraft at LwSchleuse 11 on ??.??.1983 struck off charge order (AVA) March 22, 1984; with 3.250 flight hours to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 64-8277) on May 23, 1984 coded "4-277" with 4.AJU at Murted AB in 1988; operational July 1989 last noted; withdrawn from use July 30, 1989 preserved coded "8-277" in Istanbul, Yesilyurt at Turkish Air Force Academy on sports camp (Hava Harp Okulu) in 1994 2004 noted, Mai 2007 last noted, July 2008 not noted; down for restoration August 2012 on display at 141 squadron operations area at Akinci AB (former Murted AB) coded "4-277" in Silver colors first noted; October 2019 last noted.

26+07 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683D-9135, company model 683-10-19, built by SABCA manufactured by West Group (ARGE-West); assembly start May 31, 1964 at SABCA-Gosselies; first flight September 10, 1964 with construction number "9135" in Fighterbomber version 5 factory test fights and 4 military test flight with 8 flight hours; coded KH+156 acceptance date November 6, 1964 by BABwSABCA camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; LVR 3 (Luftwaffenversorgungsregiment 3) on December 9, 1964 for modifications flown into Hopsten coming from Manching on February 2, 1965 (delivery date) by Oberstleutnant (LtCol) Lothar Kmitta, Kommodore of JaboG 36 (FBW 36) DF+118 JaboG 36 at Hopsten AB on February 5, 1965; IRAN at SABCA on April 11, 1967 with 52 flight hours, back to JaboG 36 on June 2, 1967 26+07 IRAN at SABCA on March 5, 1969 with 439 flight hours, back to JaboG 36 on October 3, 1969 JaboG 31 on July 24, 1974; VFW for inspection on April 17, 1980; JaboG 33 in 1980; LVR 1 "F-104 Kommando" at Erding AB on November 15, 1984 EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on May 15, 1985; struck off charge order (AVA) November 26, 1985 to Turkish Air Force on January 21, 1986 with 3.106 flight hours (TuAF serial number 64-9135); seen coded "8-135" with 8.AJU in 1993 withdrawn from use on September 1, 1993 at 1.Air Supply and Maintenance Center at Eskisehir AB; stored Diyarbakir in April 1994 preserved on pole at Erzurum AB as "8-135" with markings of 8.AJU, September 2003 first noted; July 2018 last noted.

71+82 UH-1D, German Army, c/n 8302

71+96 UH-1D, German Army, c/n 8316

80+20 Bo.105M, German Army, c/n 5020, to Albania as ?

HN-461 FA-18C, Finnish AF, c/n 1270

M45-01 FA-18D, Malaysia AF, c/n 1377

A-324 Alouette III, Netherlands AF, c/n 1324

A-489 Alouette III, Netherlands AF, c/n 1489

A-495 Alouette III, Netherlands AF, c/n 1495

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 01/03/2020 - 20:28:35
Posted by Jolly67 on 04 March 2020 - 12:40:42
Local Airport: LHR

Hi Brian

Please can you add these to the database:

ZD254 : Westland Lynx c/n 259

The following were all seen at Boscombe Down Aviation Collection next to Old Sarum:

MS968/G-ALYG : Auster AOP.5 C/N 835

XP899 : Westland Scout AH.1 C/N F9500

XT437 : Westland Wasp HAS.1 C/N F9607

WD321/G-BDCC : De Havilland DHC-1 Chipmunk 22 C/N C1/0258

WK800 : Meteor Mk16 c/n unknown

XR898 : Northrop Shelduck D1

ZA242 : Shorts MATS-B (UAV)

XV176 : Hercules-C.3 (this is already on the list but update for fuselage to BDAC)

NJ633/G-AKXP : AUSTER 5D c/n 1017

WV910 : Hawker Sea Hawk FGA.4 C/N AW.6125

XS231 : BAC Jet Provost T.5 c/n PAC/W/23908

WT859 : SUPERMARINE SCIMITAR c/n A2499 (nose only)

WT648 : Hawker Hunter F.1 C/N 41H/665483 (nose only)

WN890 : Hawker Hunter F Mk2 c/n S4/U/2898 (nose only)

WJ865 : English Electric Canberra T.4 C/N EEP71333 (nose only)

WD790 : Gloster Meteor NF.11 C/N unknown (nose only)

XF113 : Supermarine Swift F.7 C/N VA9596 (nose only)

XX761 : SEPECAT JAGUAR GR1 c/n 8600M / S58 (nose only)

XW560 : Sepecat Jaguar S C/N SO-6 (nose only)

XX734 : SEPECAT JAGUAR GR1 c/n 8816M / S31

XJ380 : Bristol 171 Sycamore HR.14 C/N 13242

XZ335 : Gazelle-AH.1 (on the lists but now at BDAC as their latest restoration project)

Many thanks

Regards Mike


Post Edited By Jolly67 on 04/03/2020 - 12:45:34
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 05 March 2020 - 17:28:04
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your request of 01 March has been completed.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 06 March 2020 - 21:46:24
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

yet more to add when you find the time:

20+50 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683-2058, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); Lockheed assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 6 Lockheed test flights with register number coded "158" only; acceptance date April 26, 1962 coded KF+133 by BABwLockheed in Silver-finish colors airlifted to Manching May 8, 1962 with 32 flight hours in a Canadair CL-44D airfreighter of "Flying Tiger Line"; Messerschmitt test flight on June 13, 1962 DA+254 JaboG 31 delivery date on July 24, 1962 at Norvenich AB; project "19" upgrading in order to get all Norvenich aircraft to the same modification level starting in January 1963 recoded DA+234 in April 1963 after the upgrading; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in December 1964 20+50 SABCA for IRAN on June 20, 1968 with 777 flight hours, back to JaboG 31 on September 12, 1968 emergency landing at Leeuwarden AB, Netherlands on February 8, 1979; JaboG 34 on April 25, 1983 (transfer on paper) to TechnGrp 11 Erding on May 2, 1983 (from Norvenich for depot work); transferred to JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB on July 29, 1983 "F-104 Kommando" TechnGrp 11 at Erding AB on July 23, 1984; withdrawn from use at LwSchleuse 11 on February 28, 1985; struck off charge order (AVA) December 18, 1984 to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 61-2058) on May 7, 1985 with 3.569 flight hours; not coded and for spare parts only withdrawn from use April 19, 1989; scrapped September 13, 1989 at Eskisehir AB (1.Air Supply and Maintenance Center); at Ankara dump in October 1997 last noted.

20+56 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683-2065, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); Lockheed assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 6 flight test release January 29, 1962; test flights with register number coded "165" only; coded KF+140 accepted by BABwLockheed on May 22, 1962 airlifted to Messerschmitt-Manching on May 29, 1962 in a Canadair CL-44D airfreighter of "Flying Tiger Line"; test flight by Messerschmitt on July 10, 1962 DA+116 JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB delivery date on September 5, 1962 in Silver-finish colors; project "Replace" was not implemented project "19" upgrade in order to get all Norvenich aircraft to the same modification level starting in January 1963; instructional airframe (GIA) at OGMA at Alverca, Portugal on July 19, 1965 20+56 to Messerschmitt for modifications and upgrading on February 26, 1968; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in September 1968 JaboG 31 on December 9, 1968, heavy damaged during landing at Decimomannu AB due to loss of nose wheel steering in high crosswinds on May 12, 1970 July 2, 1970 to MBB for repair and back to JaboG 31 on July 4, 1972 EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" April 9, 1980 to VFW for IRAN; January 19, 1981 to JaboG 33; February 26, 1985 to JaboG 34 withdrawn from use at LwSchleuse 11 on September 26, 1985 with 2.887 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) November 26, 1985 to TuAF (TuAF serial number 62-2065) on December 16, 1985; coded "9-065 at Balikesir in August 1990; transferred to 8.AJU afterwards withdrawn from use with 8.AJU at Diyarbakir AB coded "8-065" on January 31, 1994 flown to Çorlu Reserve Base (Tekirdag International Airport) on February 1, 1994; preserved as display on Base November 2018 last noted.

21+86 F-104G, German AF, construction number 683D-7055, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt (MTT) manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd); assembly start by Messerschmitt-Manching October 1, 1962 assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 2; first flight May 7, 1963 coded KE+355; acceptance date July 26, 1963 by BABwMTT project "Loreley" as Fighterbomber (for JaboG 33) with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts DC+231 JaboG 33 at Buchel AB delivery date on July 30, 1963 in Silver-finish colors; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1966 DB+234 JaboG 32 at Lechfeld AB on August 23, 1966 21+86 to MFG 1 on July 29, 1971, back to JaboG 32 on August 2, 1972; JaboG 33 at Buchel AB on July 2, 1981 EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" withdrawn from use at TechnGrp 11 of LVR 1 (Luftwaffenversorgungsregiment 1) on February 14, 1984 JaboG 33 on July 2, 1984; struck off charge order (AVA) February 27, 1985; instructional airframe Lechfeld AB in March 1985 with training aid code “C006” instructional airframe (GIA) apprentice shop Schwabstadl Kaserne of JaboG 32 1999 noted; October 2007 noted September 2018 last noted.

70+94 UH-1D, German AF, c/n 8154

71+59 UH-1D, German AF, c/n 8219

85+04 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-102

85+08 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-106

85+12 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-110

XZ303 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1539

XZ209 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 125

XZ236 Lynx HAS.2, RN, c/n 017

XZ613 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 160

XW281 Scout AH.1, AAC, c/n F9736, to G-BYNZ

XV657 Sea King HAS.5, RN, c/n WA645

ZA134 Sea King HAS.5, RN, c/n WA895

WK554 Chipmunk T.10, RAF, c/n C1/0571, to ZU-DHC

WP844 Chipmunk T.10, RAF, c/n C1/0728, to G-BWOX

ZD669 Harrier GR.3, RAF, c/n 712230

XP693 Lightning F.6, RAF, c/n 95116, to ZU-BEY

XR725 Lightning F.6, RAF, c/n 95208, preserved

XS935 Lightning F.6, RAF, c/n 95268, scrapped

E22 Jaguar E, French AF, c/n ?, preserved

F1 C-160F, French AF, c/n 1, to R1, stored

110 N-2501F, French AF, c/n 110, scrapped

151 N.2501F, French AF, c/n 151

131 F-5A, Norway AF, c/n N7075, formerly 97131 and ex USAF 69-7131

68-0495 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3676, stored

69-0255 F-4G, USAF, c/n 3783, to QF-4G, w/o 30.03.2004

69-7566 F-4G, USAF, c/n 4016, to QF-4G, w/o 26.06.2003

74-0654 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4805, to QF-4E, w/o 27.06.2007

74-0656 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4807, AMARG

68-15997 CH-47C, US Army, c/n B589, to CH-47D 88-00102

70-15029 CH-47C, US Army, c/n B671, to MH-47E 92-00401

74-22277 CH-47C, US Army, c/n B696, to mH-47E 91-00500

67-7196 FB-111A, USAF, c/n 10, scrapped

68-0245 FB-111A, USAF, c/n 17, preserved

68-0257 FB-111A, USAF, c/n 29, scrapped

68-0267 FB-111A, USAF, c/n 39, preserved

68-0273 FB-111A, USAF, c/n 45

68-0284 FB-111A, USAF, c/n 56, preserved

69-6510 FB-111A, USAF, c/n 72

70-2414 F-111F, USAF, c/n 53

75-0022 F-15A, USAF, c/n 118, scrapped

75-0034 F-15A, USAF, c/n 132, scrapped

75-0041 F-15A, USAF, c/n 140, scrapped

88-2101 HC-130H, USAF, c/n 5202, AMARG

161354 FA-18B, USN, Blue Angels a/c 1990, c/n 22/B005, w/o 04oct99

161519 FA-18A, USN, Blue Angels a/c 1990, c/n 36/A027, to NASA as N843NA

161945 FA-18A, USN, Blue Angels a/c 1990, c/n 152/A116

161955 FA-18A, USN, Blue Angels a/c 1990, c/n 166/A128, preserved

161973 FA-18A, USN, Blue Angels a/c 1990, c/n 191/A152, scrapped

161978 FA-18A, USN, Blue Angels a/c 1990, c/n 198/A159

161984 FA-18A, USN, Blue Angels a/c 1990, c/n 207/A167, preserved

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 06/03/2020 - 22:18:19
Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 07 March 2020 - 05:52:40
Local Airport: CMB

Hi Brian

Just a few to add when you can please, all for the Nepal Army Air Wing::

  • NA-029...HAL Chetak...msn AH306
  • NA-038...Mil Mi 17-1V...believe MSN is 524M03
  • NA-056...Mil Mi 17V-5...believe MSN is 524M08
  • NA-059...AW139...msn 31808.....test registration I-EASY...built 2018
  • NA-062...CN235-220...Nepal Army Air wing...test registration AX-2347
  • NA-063...PZL M-28...test registration SP-DGO...delivered December 2019

Also:

  • NA-048 was written off 30May2017 in a crash at Bajura
  • Royal Nepal Army is renamed Nepal Army, prefix RAN- becomes NA-
  • And can you please combine "Nepal Army" into "Nepal Army Air Wing".

Thanks

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 07 March 2020 - 14:36:56
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Mike,

The BDAC a/c have been added to the DB. I'm not sure if the Auster NJ633/G-AKXP is part of their collection. The CAA still has the reg as current but I couldn't find anything on the BDAC website pertaining to it. I've left it as active but if it is def in the collection i'll amend it.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Jolly67 on 07 March 2020 - 15:10:43
Local Airport: LHR

Brian

Thanks for your work with the BDAC list.

There were a few privately registered aircraft there that seemed out of place i.e. not military. I'll be asking Dennis for his assistance in due course.

I wonder if BDAC took in a few strays after the closure of Old Sarum. abpic.co.uk has a pic of G-AKXP being resident at Old Sarum so this may explain its presence. BDAC seem to be happy to show off the privateers under their banner.

Kind regards

Mike

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 09 March 2020 - 18:46:08
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Mike,

That may well explain the one or two items that didn't appear on the museum list. Am sure it'll all become clear next time someone visits (I'll try to swing by the next time I venture over to Salisbury if I have the time)

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 09 March 2020 - 18:47:22
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your request of 06 March has been completed. Great info on the F-104's again!

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 10 March 2020 - 13:09:18
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dougie,

All added for you. I've had a bit of a clean up in the DB with the various types and names and it should be a lot clearer when the DB is next purged.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 11 March 2020 - 19:59:20
Local Airport: SOU

Hi All,

If any of you are as old as me and went to RAF Bentwaters Open House on 20.05.72 (my very first airshow!) all the a/c from my log have now been added to the DB.

Next up will be Biggin Hill Air Fair the following day (21.05.72) and I'll let you know once it's all been added.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by greeny73 on 11 March 2020 - 23:20:39
Local Airport: MEL

Hi Brian

The Royal Australian Air Force has a series of Pilatus PC-12 aircraft not in the database.

When you have a moment it would be great if you could add the following series; A54-001 through to A54-049, a total of 49 aircraft.

Much appreciated.

Cheers Andy

Posted by LIN104 on 12 March 2020 - 17:42:27
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

more to add when you have the time:

XW301 Jet Proovst T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/965

XW361 Jet Provost T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/1011

XZ177 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 038

XZ183 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 061

XZ186 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 072, w/o 14.11.91

XZ661 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 212

A-293 Alouette III, Netherlands AF, c/n 1293

A-482 Alouette III, Netherlands AF, c/n 1482, to N482RA

A-550 Alouette III, Netherlands AF, c/n 1550

31+55 G-91R, German AF, c/n D423, scrapped

32+10 G-91R, German AF, c/n D478, scrapped

20+59 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683-2068, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); at Lockheed assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 7; flight test release July 10, 1962 flown with register number coded "168" for test flights; delivery date 1962; 1962 modified for RF-104G trials at Palmdale for project "Bacchus" stored at Palmdale on June 7, 1963 in Silver-finish colors modified to RF-104G-1 for SLAR (Side Looking Airborne Radar) with lengthened nose by 1 meter and a large recce pod under the fuselage coded KF+143 for tests flights starting in July 1966; after the tests stored again at Palmdale airlifted to Manching on April 19, 1967 for reassembly and test flights; acceptance date August 30, 1967 by BABwMTT 20+59 ErpSt 61 at Manching AB delivery date on August 31, 1967; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in March 1969 September 30, 1969 modified to Fighterbomber version at MBB; JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB on June 16, 1970; WaSLw 10 on September 21, 1972, back to JaboG 31 on March 15, 1973; JaboG 33 at Buchel AB on March 9, 1983 withdrawn from use at LVR 1 (TechnGrp 11) on September 21, 1983; struck off charge order (AVA) December 1, 1983 to Neubiberg AB December 13, 1983 as instructional airframe (GIA) in the Engineering Department of Hochschule der Bundeswehr (HSBw) Neubiberg; April 2019 last noted.

26+03 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683D-9128, company model 683-10-19, built by SABCA assembly start April 17, 1964 at SABCA-Gosselies; first flight August 17, 1964 coded with construction number "9128" in Fighterbomber version camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; 3 SABCA factory test flights and 2 military test flights with 7 flight hours coded KH+152 acceptance date September 3, 1964 by BABwSABCA LVR 3 (Luftwaffenversorgungsregiment 3) at Manching AB "F-104 Schleuse" on November 5, 1964 for upgrading and modifications DF+114 JaboG 36 at Hopsten AB delivery date on April 9, 1965; JaboG 31 at Norvenich on March 16, 1966 26+03 JaboG 36 on June 14, 1967; JaboG 33 at Buchel AB on August 29, 1974; JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB on April 3, 1985 EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on January 23, 1986; struck off charge order (AVA) February 3, 1986 to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 64-9128) on June 3, 1986 with 3.504 flight hours; 4.AJU July 1988-July 1989 coded "9-128" with 9.AJU in the 90s; withdrawn from use on April 5, 1991; Eskisehir storage March 1995; CFE cut-up in June 1995; scrapped.

72+17 UH-1D, German Army, c/n 8337, GIA

73+71 UH-1D, German Army, c/n 8491, wfu

84+70 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-068

68-0370 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3444, to South Korea as 80-370

90-0255 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1193/E157, active

90-0257 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1196/E159, active

91-0300 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1207/E165, active

91-0307 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1214/E172, active

67-17780 UH-1H, US Army, c/n 9978

74-22355 UH-1H, US Army, c/n 13679, to N355AW

70-15012 CH-47C, US Army, c/n B654, to CH-47D as 89-00145

79-23398 CH-47C, US Army, c/n B730, to CH-47D as 88-00107

F87 C-160F, French AF, c/n 87, to R87, stored

F203 C-160F, French AF, c/n 203, to R203, active?

C.15-15 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 510/A422, active

C.15-22 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 572/A479, active

C.15-31 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 625/A525, active

C.15-40 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 677/A546, active

C.15-42 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 697/A550, w/o 13.03.2000

C.15-50 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 780/A566, active

C.15-58 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 833/A579, w/o 02.04.2009

C.15-66 EF-18A, Spanish AF, c/n 894/A588, active

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 13/03/2020 - 22:02:09
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 15 March 2020 - 11:54:16
Local Airport: SOU

Hi all,

My Biggin Hill Air Fair log from 21.05.72 has been added to the DB, if any of you were there.

Now on with your requests...

Stay safe!

Regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 15 March 2020 - 13:50:07
Local Airport: SOU

G'Day Andy,

All the RAAF PC-21's now added to the DB.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 15 March 2020 - 16:44:18
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

Your request of 12 March has been completed.

Kind regards, Brian

Premium Posted by pbrad218 on 15 March 2020 - 20:06:20
Local Airport: MAN

please add g-xatv bombardier challenger 300 thanks

Posted by LIN104 on 16 March 2020 - 09:58:59
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian,

more to add when you have time to do so:

91-0311 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1218/E176, active

91-0325 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1232/E190, active

68-0372 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3448, stored AMARG

68-0375 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3453, w/o 01.08.2016

68-0394 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3487, to Greece as 68-0394

68-0403 F-4E, USAF, c/n 3503, to Turkey as 68-0403

70-2362 F-111F, USAF, c/n 1, stored AMARG ?

69-15611 UH-1H, US Army, c/n 11899, stored ?

71-20301 UH-1V, US Army, c/n 13125, stored ?

69-17001 OV-1D, US Army, c/n .../16D

72+89 UH-1D, German Army, c/n 8409, wfu

84+12 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-010, scrapped

84+32 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-030, to Luftwaffe, active

20+44 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683D-2052, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); flight test release January 29, 1962; test flights coded with register number "152" only acceptance date February 7, 1962 by BABwLockheed; delivery date February 16, 1962 in Fighterbomber version according lot 5 KF+127 to 6516th Flight Line Maintenance Squadron at Edwards AFB with "Joint Test Force" team for "Category II" Air/Air firing tests and system test flights test flights completed after 47 missions on May 11, 1962 with 95 flight hours; airlifted to Messerschmitt-Manching on July 27, 1962 in a Canadair CL-44D of "Flying Tiger Line" test flight at Messerschmitt on August 21, 1962; project "Loreley" was not implemented project "Replace" with modification as Fighterbomber with the Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts DA+105 JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB delivery date on March 28, 1963 in Silver-finish colors SABCA for IRAN on August 24, 1965 with 460 flight hours and and camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196", back to JaboG 31 on June 25, 1966 20+44 SABCA for IRAN on June 6, 1969 with 1.035 flight hours, back to JaboG 31 on August 14, 1969 damaged on July 18, 1974 during night visual landing after touching the ground prior to the overrun, the wheels broke off, crashed at Decimomannu AB, Sardinia on November 2, 1981 after open nozzle over Frasca Range, aircraft arrester hook failed to catch the barrier on emergency landing at Decimomannu AB and the aircraft did overrun the runway, damaged beyond economical repair (DBR); pilot was rescued unhurt; written off; struck off charge order (AVA) April 29, 1982.

20+62 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683D-2072, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); flight test release May 7, 1962; assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 7 flown with register number "172" for test flights; coded KF+147 accepted by BABwLockheed with 15 flight hours on May 31, 1962 in Silver-finish colors airlifted to Germany on June 19, 1962 in a Canadair CL-44D airfreighter of "Flying Tiger Line" project "Loreley" as Fighterbomber (for JaboG 33) with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts; reassembled by Messerschmitt and test flight on July 5, 1962 DC+115 on August 28, 1962 delivery date to JaboG 33 at Buchel AB; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in October 1965 20+62 IRAN at SABCA on October 31, 1968 with 940 flight hours, back to JaboG 33 on April 25, 1969 EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" 28.September till 7.October 1976 squadron exchange with Dutch Air Force 312 squadron, based at Volkel AB; JaboG 32 on August 31, 1982 special scheme for 25th anniversary of JaboG 32 on July 26, 1983 with Bavarian colors "white-blue" on rudder and tip-tanks JaboG 33 on March 20, 1984; withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on February 21, 1985, struck off charge order (AVA) February 3, 1986 with 3.668 flight hours to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 62-2072) on February 25, 1986 coded "4-072" 1988; coded "9-072" with 193 Filo of 9.AJU Balikesir AB 1989-1991; withdrawn from use November 11, 1991; scrapped 1993.

21+95 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683D-7064, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt (MTT) assembly start by Messerschmitt-Manching November 8, 1962; assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 2 first flight May 7, 1963 coded KE+364 for Messerschmitt factory flight project "Loreley" as Fighterbomber (for JaboG 33) with Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun installed and long range tanks as loose parts acceptance date by BABwMTT July 18, 1963 DC+249 JaboG 33 at Buchel AB delivery date on July 19, 1963 in Silver-finish colors; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1966 NATO exercise "Tactical Weapons Meet" at RAFG Wildenrath in June 1967 21+95 at Decimomannu AB in 1973; JaboG 33 on January 8, 1974; TechnGrp 11 "F-104 Kommando" on April 26, 1984 withdrawn from use at LwSchleuse 11 on November 6, 1984, stored in airworthy condition with 3.590 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) May 9, 1985 to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 63-7064) on August 13, 1985 coded "4-064" with 4.AJU 1988, coded "9-064" with 9.AJU in 1989; withdrawn from use April 19, 1989; scrapped according CFE treaty in June 1995.

XW270 Harrier T.4, RAF, c/n 212009

XZ966 Harrier GR.3, RAF, c/n 712202

ZD990 Harrier T.4, RAF, c/n 212043

ZD991 Harrier T.4, RAF, c/n 212044

XW415 Jet Provost T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/1037, to N900LT

XW844 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1005, preserved

XX417 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1371

ZB627 Gazelle HT.3, RAF, c/n 1914, to G-CBSK

XZ606 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 150

K-3005 NF-5A, Netherlands AF, c/n 3005

K-3024 NF-5A, Netherlands AF, c/n 3024

K-3032 NF-5A, Netherlands AF, c/n 3032

K-3039 NF-5A, Netherlands AF, c/n 3039

K-3050 NF-5A, Netherlands AF, c/n 3050

K-3062 NF-5A, Netherlands AF, c/n 3062

K-4028 NF-5B, Netherlands AF, c/n 4028

J-620 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-52, to Chile as 742

J-621 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-53, w/o 03.06.1985

J-622 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-54, to Chile as 727

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 16/03/2020 - 10:14:44
Posted by Jota3cl on 16 March 2020 - 19:29:27
Local Airport: WLG

Hi Brian,

Great website and excellent job maintaining the database. Just a couple of requests :

RNZAF have 4 Beech 350 aircraft. Currently only one (NZ2352) appears to be in the database. Can you add the other 3 - NZ2350, NZ2351, NZ2353

I saw a RAAF Hercules at Wellington Airport some weeks back, registration A97-465. This appears to be missing from the database. Can you add please.

Kind rregards

Martin

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 17 March 2020 - 11:02:54
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Paul,

I have updated the CL30 to G-XATV.

It would be helpful if you could post your civil a/c requests on the relevant Civil request/update page as this section is meant for military a/c. It just ensure that Dennis (who looks after the civil DB) and I don't try to update the same info and mess up the database.

Thanks for your understanding.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 17 March 2020 - 19:21:19
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

All added for you my friend.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 17 March 2020 - 19:57:37
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Martin,

Love WLG. Haven't been there since 1983 but have a best mate up in Martinborough so must get out there soon.

The 3 RNZAF B350's and the RAAF C-130J have now been added into the DB.

Loads more to add/clean up but I'll gradually get around to it!

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 19 March 2020 - 11:59:41
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian , here comes the next batch:

WB698 Chipmunk T.10, RAF, c/n C1/0146, to VH-RVU

XX633 Bulldog T.1, RAF, c/n 303, wfu and sold

XT631 Scout AH.1, AAC, c/n F9637, wfu and sold

XV138 Scout AH.1, AAC, c/n F9713, to G-SASM

XZ193 Lynx AH.1, AAc, c/n 093, wfu and sold

XZ194 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 096, preserved

XZ198 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 104, wfu and sold

XZ646 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 182, GIA

XX447 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1439, stored

XZ930 Gazelle HT.3, RAF, c/n 1727, preserved

20+08 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683-2008, company model 683-10-19, built by Lockheed manufactured by Group USA (ARGE-USA); assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 1 first flight May 31, 1961 at Lockheed-Palmdale; flight tests flown with register number "108" DA+105 with "Joint Test Force" at Palmdale AP for "Category I" tests; for climatic tests at Eglin AFB, FL on June 11, 1961 and for cold weather tests at CFB Cold Lake, Canada on December 6, 1961; returned to Palmdale on April 5, 1962 accepted on May 31, 1962 by BABwLockheed; airlifted to Manching September 18, 1962 with 74 flight hours; project "Balance" (upgrading) was not implemented YA+105 Messerschmitt test flight November 8, 1962; on March 18, 1963 delivered to ErpSt 61 at Manching AB stored for more than a year at Det. Istres of ErpSt 61 and used for spare parts; camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196" in 1965; autopilot tests at Istres in 1965 20+08 radar altimeter tests in 1968; May 1969 at Cazaux, France for Matra bombs tests heavily damaged on December 8, 1971 after a bird strike during low level bomb run (BL-755 bomb test) at West-Freugh range, UK airlifted with C-160 Transall transporter on January 12, 1972 to MBB; back to ErpSt 61 on February 22, 1972 last flight by WTD 61 on April 7, 1989 with 1.833 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) November 8, 1989; to WTD 61 on May 19, 1992 preserved at WTD 61 without serial (painted "Nr 1" only) 1994; DASA restoration November 21, 1994 Gate Guard on pole at Manching AB and coded 20+08 again with WTD 61 marks on April 6, 1995; noted September 2002; June 2019 last noted.

22+57 F-104G, German AF, c/n 683D-7138, company model 683-10-19, built by Messerschmitt (MTT) manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd); assembly start at Messerschmitt-Manching November 29, 1963; first flight February 21, 1964 coded KE+438 project "Diana" in Fighterbomber version (for JaboG 34) with installed Vulcan M61 20 mm machine gun camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; acceptance date May 13, 1964 by BABwMTT DD+239 JaboG 34 at Memmingen AB delivery date on May 21, 1965 EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" 22+57 operated with flightdate and crash recorder LEADS 200 according tech order "TA-1411" withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on February 25, 1986 with 3.602 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) July 11, 1986 on July 21, 1987 flown to RAF Binbrook (with JaboG 34 marking) in exchange for a Westland Whirlwind helicopter stored at RAF Binbrook (EGXB) on April 20, 1988; preserved in the Bomber County Museum, Cleethorpes in late 1998 it moved to JH Foods at Laceby, west of Grimsby and displayed on the forecourt until mid 1989 then to Skegness Airport; after a short stay at Skegness it moved to New Waltham, south of Grimsby on July 21, 1990 displayed on Peaks Top Farm within NATO Aircraft Museum; moved to Grainthorpe, Lincolnshire February 19, 2001; owned by Christian Brydges and partner displayed at the new Linc Aircraft Museum in Fen Lane, September 2007 last noted; 22+57 has been sold via Ebay for 9600 UK pounds on March 24, 2008 preserved Cold War jet collection at Bruntingthorpe, Leicestershire; April 27, 2008 noted; May 25, 2008 noted; May 30, 2010 last noted 22+57 stored at Spanhoe, a small airfield 5.8 miles NE of Corby, Northamptonshire, UK; it had been moved from Bruntingthorpe on June 25, 2010 July 7, 2011 22+57 was loaded on a truck to be transported to a private location in the York area of the UK, here it was restored Jet Art Aviation, based in North Yorkshire, took just four weeks to renovate the Cold War jet, the restored F-104 was sold to Taiwan (ROC); January 2013 last noted.

90+88 P.149D, German AF, c/n 107, to D-EDBW

70+74 UH-1D, German AF, c/n 8134

72+65 UH-1D, German Army, c/n 8385

73+19 UH-1D, German Army, c/n 8439

85+05 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-103, to Luftwaffe

A47 Alouette II, Belgian Army, c/n 1986, 280967: Taken on Charge; 000705: Last noted (operational); 200309: offered for sale (tt 8346 hrs)

61-7979 SR-71A, USAF, c/n 2030, preserved

68-15867 CH-47C, US Army, c/n B579, to CH-47D as 88-00100

68-0037 F-111E, USAF, c/n 206, scrapped

68-0080 F-111E, USAF, c/n 249, scrapped

70-2406 F-111F, USAF, c/n 45, scrapped

74-1635 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4869, to QF-4E and w/o 07aug07

74-1640 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4880, to QF-4E and w/o 04aug16

74-1641 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4884, w/o 09apr85

74-1642 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4887, scrapped

74-1643 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4889, to QF-4E and w/o 19jun08

74-1644 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4894, to QF-4E, w/o ?

74-1645 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4898, to QF-4E and w/o 17jul08

74-6148 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4904, to QF-4E, wfu

74-1651 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4910, to QF-4E and w/o 06nov13

67-18898 OV-1D, US Army, c/n ??/1D, to Argentina as AE-035

68-15956 OV-1D, US Army, c/n ??/160C, scrapped

B-67 Bo.105C, Netherlands AF, c/n S-267, GIA, formerly D-HDIA

J-238 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-27, preserved

J-625 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-57, w/o 04jun88

J-627 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-59, to Chile as 743

J-629 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-61, w/o 15apr86

J-637 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-69, to Jordan as 239

Kind regards, Alfred...bleibt alle gesund !!


Post Edited By LIN104 on 23/03/2020 - 12:21:17
Premium Posted by Polehill on 20 March 2020 - 20:45:47
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

Bua141021 R4Y-1/C-131F United States Navy now deleted.

Just 141021 C-131-Samaritan United States Navy remains,

Regards

Mike

Premium Posted by Dougiehd on 24 March 2020 - 18:09:37
Local Airport: CMB

Hi

Thanks for the updates on Nepal.

The Royal parts are now removed, and the various parts merged which is great but there is still duplication of aircraft types. The fleet lists Mil Mi-17, and Mi-17. And triplicated we have Antonov M-28, M-28 and M28.

Could these be appropriately merged too please?

Thanks

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 25 March 2020 - 17:00:10
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Mike,

Many thanks for doing that. Just part of my gradual clean up!

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 25 March 2020 - 17:02:41
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Dougie,

Yes I've noticed that 'old' listings are still present (if you click on them they don't bring up any records). They're supposed to clean up on the next DB purge, but it looks like this has recently taken place, and it hasn't happened so I'll speak to Gavin (our webmaster) and see what we can do.

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 27 March 2020 - 20:18:36
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

All added in the DB for you.

You take care & stay safe also my friend.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by LIN104 on 29 March 2020 - 13:29:12
Local Airport: WID

Hi Brian, thank you for all the updates you add for me and maybe for other users as well. Before I start with another list, one short notice about OV-1D 67-18898. It is shown as wfu to AMARG in 1979, but the a/c was for sure at the IAT 1985 at RAF Fairford while in Service with the US Army´s 73rd C.I.Company. A mis-typing?, maybe you can check this.

23+32 F-104G, Luftwaffe, c/n 683D-8007, company model 683-10-19, US serial number 63-13271, built by Fokker assembled with Lockheed produced parts, first flight June 27, 1962 coded KG+107 in Fighterbomber version at Fokker-Schiphol; acceptance date July 19, 1962 by BABwFokker DA+128 JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB delivery date August 21, 1962 in Silver-finish colors DR+128 at LPR 1 on March 19, 1963 for upgrading according project "Balance" (system upgrading to higher modification level) assigned for project "Columbus" on November 15, 1962; according project "Columbus" to Lockheed-Burbank, USA coded as BG-144 on July 16, 1963 reassembled and modified to the latest modification level at Lockheed-Palmdale; modified for SATS program (Short Airfield for Tactical Support), a trial for mobile airfields at US Navy Test Center Lakehurst, New Jersey coded "BG-144" in 1964-1965 stored at Lockheed-Palmdale, July 28, 1965 shipped to Germany; further tests 1965-1966 coded DB+257 at JaboG 32 Lechfeld April 28, 1966 trials for Martin Baker MB GQ.7(A) ejection seat; May 24, 1966 to ErpSt 61; January 5, 1967 removal of all SATS components 23+32 JaboG 32 on October 30, 1967; EL-70/EL-73 Electronic Counter Measure (ECM) system was installed in the weapon system in the late 70s with tech order "TA-FL1191" IRAN at SABCA on October 8, 1970, back to JaboG 32 on November 20, 1970; JaboG 33 on October 10, 1984 JaboG 34 on February 22, 1985; crashed October 3, 1985 on Suippes Bombing Range, France after compressor stall during a bomb run recovery pilot ejected safely; struck off charge order (AVA) June 5, 1986.

23+99 F-104G, Luftwaffe, c/n 683D-8128, company model 683-04-10, built by Fokker manufactured by North Group (ARGE-Nord); coded KG+228 first flight August 7, 1963 at Fokker-Schiphol to Fokker-Weserflug in August 1963 for RF-104G modifications according project "Bacchus" (for AG 51) camouflage scheme "Norm 62" according tech order "TA-196"; acceptance date December 19, 1963 by BABwFokker (RNAF-MTA) EA+116 AG 51 at Ingolstadt-Manching AB delivery date on February 6, 1964 ErpSt 61 at Manching AB on June 26, 1966 and modified for SLAR (Side Looking Airborne Radar) tests at Messerschmitt 23+99 AG 51 on September 25, 1969; JaboG 32 at Lechfeld AB on September 18, 1970; AG 52 at Leck AB on January 27, 1971 modified to Fighterbomber F-104G in September 1971 by MBB; JaboG 31 at Norvenich AB on March 7, 1972 caught fire during last-chance check on November 22, 1974 after jettison of the tiptanks, repaired and back to JaboG 31 withdrawn from use and stored at LwSchleuse 11 on April 7, 1983 with 2.774 flight hours; struck off charge order (AVA) March 22, 1984 to Turkish Air Force (TuAF serial number 63-8128) as "Verteidigungshilfe" (Defense aid) on May 9, 1984 coded "9-128" with 9.AJU at Balikesir AB, 1988; withdrawn from use on July 22, 1991 at Diyarbakir AB preserved Diyarbakir AB April 1994 coded "8-128" noted, 2000 gone; no further information; scrapped.

26+76 F-104G, Marineflieger/German Navy, c/n 683D-7422, company model 683-10-19, built by MBB manufactured by South Group (ARGE-Süd) & VFW; assembled by MBB-Manching starting January 20, 1972 first flight April 20, 1972 at MBB, assembly in Fighterbomber version according contract lot 8; manufactured as attrition replacement aircraft modification level "Neptun" as Fighterbomber (for German Navy) with "AS.30" and "Kormoran" anti-ship missile delivery system Navy camouflage scheme "Norm 76" according tech order "TA-196-3"; acceptance date July 28, 1972 by GPS-MBB 26+76 MFG 1 at Schleswig-Jagel AB delivery date on August 1, 1972; MFG 2 at Eggebek on August 6, 1981 May 4, 1982 to Luftwaffenschleuse 11 for AN/ALE-40(N) Chaff/Flare countermeasure dispenser equipment according tech order "TA-1469", back to MFG 2 on June 24, 1982 Viking team aircraft for the 25th anniversary of Marineflieger Geschwader 2 on July 28, 1983 in normal camouflage; WTD 61 on May 14, 1987 withdrawn from use and preserved at LwSchleuse 11 on December 15, 1987; struck off charge order (AVA) February 24, 1988 to Hellenic Air Force on April 26, 1988 with 2.442 flight hours; operated by the 116.Pterix (Wing) at Araxos AB coded "FG-422" last flight from 116 Combat Wing to 132 Combat Group (Agrinion HAF Detachment) on April 12, 1993; withdrawn from use on July 20, 1993 June 25, 2006 it was transported to KEA Hellinikon for maintenance and on July 18, 2006 it was displayed at Leros War Museum at Aegean island of Leros beside a WW II museum (Merikia Museum) at Lakki town coded "FG-422"; September 2018 last noted.

70+70 UH-1D, Luftwaffe, c/n 8130

71+14 UH-1D, Luftwaffe, c/n 8174, preserved

84+96 CH-53G, German Army, c/n V65-094, to Luftwaffe, active

XW899 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1192

XX414 Gazelle AH.1, AAC, c/n 1366

XW292 Jet Provost T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/956, to N292XW

XW295 Jet Provost T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/959, to VH-JPV

XW328 Jet Provost T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/992

XW406 Jet Provost T.5A, RAF, c/n EEP/JP/1028, GIA at Maastricht Apt/NL

XZ190 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 082, GIA

XZ257 Lynx HAS.3, RN, c/n 103

XZ647 Lynx AH.1, AAC, c/n 183, GIA

66-0320 F-4E, Turkish AF, c/n 2562, ex USAF 66-0320, wfu

67-0302 F-4E, Turkish AF, c/n 3083, ex USAF 67-0302, wfu

69-15152 UH-1H, US Army, c/n 11440

69-17019 OV-1D, US Army, c/n ??/34D, scrapped

70-2364 F-111E, USAF, c/n 3, preserved

70-2416 F-111E, USAF, c/n 55

70-2418 F-111E, USAF, c/n 57, w/o 23.02.1987

72-1450 F-111E, USAF, c/n 80, scrapped

73-0710 F-111E, USAF, c/n 86, scrapped

72-0122 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4282, to QF-4E and w/o 29.03.2009

73-1196 F-4E, USAF, c/n 4766, to QF-4E and w/o 20.07.2010

86-0050 F-16D, USAF, c/n 5D-53, active

86-0339 F-16C, USAF, c/n 5C-445, active

91-0305 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1212, active

91-0322 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1229, active

91-0329 F-15E, USAF, c/n 1236, active

J-232 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-21, GIA

J-250 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-39, GIA

J-618 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-50, w/o 26.05.1992

J-619 F-16A, Netherlans AF, c/n 6D-51, to Chile as 728

J-870 F-16A, Netherlands AF, c/n 6D-87, to Jordan as 242

J-885 F-16B, Netherlands AF, c/n 6E-26, to Chile as 732

Kind regards, Alfred


Post Edited By LIN104 on 29/03/2020 - 15:40:54
Posted by Hitman69 on 31 March 2020 - 15:50:12
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

A few more when you can please. There are some civil registrations listed and the reason I have put them here is that the aircraft in question all went on to military operators plus it takes a bit of pressure off Dennis too, I hope that is ok.

U2462 Hindustan Aeronautics HJT-16 Kiran II C/N Unknown Indian Air Force

X2335 Hindustan HTT-34 C/N Unknown Indian Air Force

ZA195 British Aerospace Sea Harrier F/A.2 C/N 912034 Royal Navy

F-ZJTD Alpha Jet MS1 c/n unknown I believe this went on the serve with the Egyptian Air Force as 3615 after being used as a demonstrator.

01 Dassault Mirage 2000N c/n 01 Armée de l'Air

602 Dassault Mirage F.1CR C/N 602 Armée de l'Air

1 Dassault Mirage 2000C c/n 1 Armée de l'Air

01 Dassault Mirage III NG c/n 01 Armée de l'Air

02 Breguet 1150 Atlantic ATL2 C/N 02 French Navy

F-WZJN Aerospatiale AS-332M1 Super Puma, C/N: 2004 Went on to be 2004 with French Military

F-WYMC Aérospatiale AS-355F-2 Ecureuil 2 C/N 5305 Went on to be 5305 with French Military

F-WZJV Aerospatiale SA-365M Panther C/N 6005 Went on to be 6005 with French Military

81-0737 General Dynamics F-16A Fighting Falcon C/N 61-418

MM590 Agusta A-129A Mangusta C/N 29001

MM54502 Aermacchi MB-339A C/N 6711/106/AA050 also wearing I-GROW, for Italian Military

23005 Soko G-4 Super Galeb C/N Unknown Yugosalvian Air Force

3 Socata TB-30 Epsilon c/n 3

NAF710 Sepecat Jaguar S c/n SN6 also wearing G-27-397 Nigerian Air Force

1004 British Aerospace Hawk Mk.63A for UAE Air Force wearing G-9-518

WH844 EE Canberra T4 c/n 71287

WT308 English Electric Canberra B(I).6 C/N EEP71430

ZB648 Westland SA-341C Gazelle HT2 C/N 2011

WH774 English Electric Canberra PR.7 C/N EEP71201

EC-DUJ CASA 101CC Aviojet C/N 098 to the Chilean Air Force as 413

N3986B Northrop F-20A C/N GI 1001 Displaying civil reg, military serial 82-0063

N4416T Northrop F-20A C/N GG1001 Displaying civil reg, military serial 82-0062

I-RAIA Aermacchi MB-339 c/n 6739/AM013 to Malaysian Air Force as M34-13

I-SMAZ SIAI-Marchetti SF-260TP C/N 677/60-005 to Sri Lankan Air Force as CT128

Also the following is on the DB but needs some info adding

TR.12D-79 CASA C-212-200 Aviocar C/N 323

The DB shows first flight in 1984 but the registration history starts in 1991. Prior to 1991 it was used by CASA as a demonstrator wearing the registration ECT-131

Thanks

Steve

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 31 March 2020 - 18:55:57
Local Airport: SOU

Hi All,

If any of you were at Bentwaters Open House on 26th May 1973 the aircraft from my log have been added to the DB.

A couple more updates to complete and then onto Paris Air Salon 1973. If anyone else was around and has a log from the local airfields can they please let me know?

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 02 April 2020 - 15:39:30
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Alfred,

So sorry for the late reply. The system has been running very slow so it's taken me far longer to input the updates. I think everybody is staying at home and updating their log books!!

My mistake on the OV-1D 67-18898. I missed out a line showing it had returned to service before going to Argentina (although I don't have any dates).

It has now been corrected and all your other requests have been entered.

Kind regards, Brian

Posted by Jota3cl on 03 April 2020 - 00:48:23
Local Airport: WLG

Hi Brian,

Hope you and everyone who enjoys Planelogger is doing well in these difficult times. When you have a moment, can you add the following RNZAF aircraft to the database:

NH Industries NH90-TTH helicopters = NZ3301, NZ3302, NZ3303, NZ3304, NZ3305, NZ3306, NZ3307, NZ3308, and NZ3309

AgustaWestland A109LUH helicopters = NZ3401, NZ3402, NZ3403, NZ3404, NZ3405, NZ3406

Regards

Martin

Premium Posted by Erazkiel on 04 April 2020 - 15:54:03
Local Airport: GVA

Hi Brian, thanks for what you are doing. I'm looking for those F22 and F15 I took the data on Scramble database

F-22 04-4082: F-22A-20-LM C/N 645-4082 // 08-4164: F-22A-35-LM C/N 645-4164 // 08-4165: F-22A-35-LM C/N 645-4165 // 09-4180: F-22A-35-LM C/N 645-4180 // 09-4187: F-22A-35-LM C/N 645-4187 //

F-15 87-0205: F-15E-44-MC C/N 1070/E045 // 88-1679: F-15E-45-MC C/N 1088/E063 // 88-1686: F-15E-45-MC C/N 1095/E070 // 88-1703: F-15E-46-MC C/N 1112/E087 // 89-0500: F-15E-48-MC C/N 1147/E122 //

Pictures are ready to load ;)

Paul


Post Edited By Erazkiel on 04/04/2020 - 15:55:16
Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 04 April 2020 - 16:38:54
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

Sorry for the delay. Got halfway through your list yesterday and my system crashed.All back now and completed with the following notes:

  1. Mirage 2000N - can't find 01 with c/n 01 (hate FAF numbering system with a vengeance!). Can find Mirage 2000B 01 & 2000C 01 but not 2000N. Are you sure it wasn't s/n 301? Let me know where/when you saw it and I'll dig some more.

  2. Mirage 2000C is in as '001' due to DB minimum characters. Same for Mirage 3C '001' & TB-30 '003'

  3. ATL.2 s/n 02 was c/n 069 (re-built to NG). s/n 02 with c/n 02 was w/o 19.4.62 and never an ATL.2 (told you I hated their system, lol !)

  4. AS-332M1 F-WZJN never saw military service. Same for AS-355F2 F-WYMC.

  5. C-101 EC-DUJ never went to Chile. The Chilean AF A-36M s/n 413 has a completely different c/n

Thanks for the info on the C-212. all amended and updated.

Kind regards & stay safe, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 04 April 2020 - 18:27:59
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Martin,

Yep, managing to stay safe despite all my funeral work. Hope you're coping with your lockdown?

All NH.90 & A.109's updated for you, although a couple of the dates are a bit sketchy. if you have any info on them just let me know and I'll update the DB.

Kind regards & stay safe, Brian

Posted by Hitman69 on 04 April 2020 - 23:22:20
Local Airport: MAN

I agree with you on the French serials. They seem to use the c/n in most cases which means (as per the case with my list) you end up with multiple 01 serials and you need the exact model. Sometimes of course they don't use the c/n just make it more fun. This was at Farnborough 1984, I had the Mirage 2000N down in my log book as just Mirage 2000 but it was online while researching that I found it listed as 2000N. As for the ones I posted as going on to military service this info was noted in my log book so there must have been details given at the tim, possibly the info board usually positioned in front of the aircraft. In any case I bow to your better knowledge and if you can get to the bottom of the Mirage I would appreciate it.

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 05 April 2020 - 11:09:18
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Paul,

Thanks for your kind words.

F-22A 09-4180 is already in the database but I have now added your other aircraft. Looking forward to seeing the pictures!

Kind regards, Brian

Data Editor Posted by Warthog1 on 05 April 2020 - 16:10:28
Local Airport: SOU

Hi Steve,

I still hate these French serials, lol !!

Having done some more digging, Scramble show it as a Mirage 2000N on their Farnborough '84 show report, and I've also googled a photo of it. It has c/n N01 (visible on the tail) although the nose shows "Mirage 2000N 01"

c/n N01 was converted to a Mirage 2000D with c/n D01 (the 'D model was an upgraded version of the 'N with a longer range).

What confuses me is that the f/f of the Mirage 2000N was supposedly 03.02.86 and the f/f of the 2000D (Wikipedia states it was the converted 2000N prototype) as 19.02.91, but I can only assume that the 2000N N01 is the same machine you saw at FAB '84.

I've added it to the DB as a Mirage 2000N with it's own record but stating it was converted to 2000D 'D01' (which also has it's own record now stating it was former 2000N N01).

The 2nd prototype N02 was also converted to 2000D D02 and is stored at Istres with "D02" on the tail (makes it much easier!).

Hope this clears it up!

Kind regards, Brian


Post Edited By Warthog1 on 05/04/2020 - 16:22:48
Posted by Hitman69 on 05 April 2020 - 20:56:46
Local Airport: MAN

Hi Brian,

Thanks for adding the last update, just one item looks like it needs to be corrected.

N4416T Northrop F-20A C/N GG1001 Displaying civil reg, military serial 82-0062

You have out it on the DB with the civil registration of N4461T

Thanks

Steve




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