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Visit 12/01/2019

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Visit 12/01/2019

Post by Maltatripper » Sat Jan 19, 2019 3:52 pm

I was able to ID the following;

B737 G-CELG no wings
B737 2-RLBB
B737 (OE-IHP)
B737 (PH-XRZ)
B747 (G-BNLX)

In addition, I saw an SAS B737, several BA B767, a Small Planet A320, the fuselage of a Bhutan Airlines A319.

Next to Picketston Business Park.

South Wales Aviation Museum/GJD Services

A lorry arrived with the flight decks of B747 B-HUE and B-HUI, with a second lorry bringing the front fuselage of B737 N858WL.

Also saw the noses of Phantom XV499, Sea King ZD627, HS125 G-BOCB, A300 A7-ABX and B737 G-CEAG.

Gannet XL472 is complete, but not in great condition.

Apparently the Museum will open in a few months.


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Re: Visit 12/01/2019

Post by Maltatripper » Wed Feb 27, 2019 6:13 pm

SWAG has confirmed that the Bhutan Airlines A319 fuselage is A5-BAB.

Many thanks.

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