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South Wales Aviation Museum 06/05/2019

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Maltatripper
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South Wales Aviation Museum 06/05/2019

Post by Maltatripper » Tue May 07, 2019 12:46 pm

On the airfield;

A319 (2-ACSB)
A319 (A6-EID) nose
A319 OK-PET
A321 TC-ETM
A321 TC-ETN
A330 (9H-NAW)
A330 CS-TOE
A330 M-ABLK
A340 (F-GLZU)
B737 G-CELG fuselage
B737 LZ-GNE
B747 (G-BNLK)
B747 (G-BNLP)
B747 (G-BNLX) nose
B757 (G-OOBG)

For the above, I used the SWAG website and FR24.

South Wales Aviation Museum

B737 (N858WL) nose
Clutton Fred G-BMMF
Vampire XE956
Sea Devon XK895
Canberra WK128 nose
Gannet XL500
Gnat XP534 marked as XR993
Hunter XL573
HS125 (G-BOCB) nose
HS Trident (G-AVFM) nose
Jet Provest XP672
Jet Provest XW420
Jurca MJ5 sectioned in restaurant
Phantom XV582
Tornado ZA326
Sea Prince WP321
Lynx XZ729 temp storage only
Sea King ZG822

Out the back

A300 (A7-ABX) nose
B737 (G-CEAG) nose
Gannet XL472 spares ship
Sea King (ZD627) nose

OTT

A321 YL-LCX (Thomas Cook c/s)
B787 A7-BCL
ERJ175 G-FBJE
ERJ175 G-FBJK

All for suggested donation of £5.

HTH

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