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  • DanTheMan
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    06-06-2012 15-15-12.png
    here we go, here we go...

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  • Anmer
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    Looks like it was Titan B752 G-ZAPX afterall:

    http://www.flightradar24.com/AWC46A

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  • DanTheMan
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    AWC4461 due out at 3pm according to Southwest at the radarspotters forum.

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  • Anmer
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    Originally posted by DanTheMan View Post
    No idea of the tail
    Most likely Titan Airways B752 G-ZAPX.

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  • DanTheMan
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    Keep your eyes open for the England team departing 14:00GMT or 14:30 GMT
    LTN-KRK. Destination Euro 2012 finals ; NOT!
    Last edited by DanTheMan; 2012-06-06, 11:54.

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  • 8ballofwakefield
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    Thanks loving the whole site.

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  • speedbird1960
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    Originally posted by 8ballofwakefield View Post
    Hi all, i'm pretty new to this site, been on here about 4 or 5 week and saw this today. Thought it was a bit odd, what do you think.

    Just after this, it vanished.

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]1344[/ATTACH]
    Hi, welcome to the Forum.

    It looks like a Training Flight or a Test Flight.

    Mike / Speedbird

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  • 8ballofwakefield
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    Hi all, i'm pretty new to this site, been on here about 4 or 5 week and saw this today. Thought it was a bit odd, what do you think.

    Just after this, it vanished.

    Flightradar.jpg

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  • speedbird1960
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    The Monarch looks like a Northern Lights viewing trip.

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  • LN-MOW
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    Doubtful. This is not an unusual pattern. They also came from BHX, which is their maintenence base.


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    I am here: http://tapatalk.com/map.php?udkzic

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  • JayC
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    I agree. But just found it curious to fly such a long distance, only to make a few circles and then return.

    Could be a positioning flight that was forced to return due to weather at destination? Except there are not many destinations in the North Atlantic.

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  • Mike
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    There are only a few airlines using 9xxx for scheduled flight, like Ryanair and Air Europa. In most other cases 9xxx callsign = test flight or position flight.

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  • JayC
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    Another interesting flight. Monarch flying out of Manchester, going into holdings near Faroe Islands and the returning. Any trouble or sick passengers?

    Monarch Atlantic.jpg

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  • screw
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    Originally posted by Marcus1979 View Post
    Interesting one over EMA this lunchtime - G-TOYI from BMI Baby doing numerous circles over the area from 50ft up to about 2,500.

    Any idea what this may have been about? There was no destination info or anything so must be some kind of training or something.

    Probably new pilots practiced doing several "touch and go"-s in a row.

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  • Marcus1979
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    Interesting one over EMA this lunchtime - G-TOYI from BMI Baby doing numerous circles over the area from 50ft up to about 2,500.

    Any idea what this may have been about? There was no destination info or anything so must be some kind of training or something.

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