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    Nope, confirmed as ex-Papeete (Tahiti), credit to MRC Aviation and here's the lift-off video - https://youtu.be/s4mXHnGKIMg
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    Word has it 0800 departure wed

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    Just notice a C130 with call sign santa25. Off to the ice ?????
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    Heh. May be the first southbound since the 25th or have the troops goodies on board.

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    Just saying hello from me!

    Based in AKL, seemed to have got a new found interest in FR24 and aircraft tracking.
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    [QUOTEJust saying hello from me!

    Based in AKL, seemed to have got a new found interest in FR24 and aircraft tracking.
    Simple setup, rPI, FA Antenna on order.][/QUOTE]

    Welcome to NZ radar ; not been here much myself lately, but just noticed QF A28 coming in to Christchurch; quite unusual as they usually fly right over to Sydney. Came in at a very deep vector: must have crossed the Antarctic circle. Aussie plane....might have run out of booze
    Last edited by Petenz; 2019-01-27 at 04:16. Reason: Final word error

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    The consensus is it needed extra diversion fuel due to loading temp in South America and expected storms in australia causing havoc atm
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    Thought that may have been the problem.....Officially, and maybe a couple more bottles of Sav Blanc for the weary pilots

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    Wish it was under better circumstances.

    But one of the longest flights is currently under way toward CHC. Turkish govt A340 will appear on the mid South island receivers in the next couple of hours. (Hidden from view here, but not 'everywhere')

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    I see, thanks.

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