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Maltatripper
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Post by Maltatripper » Sun Aug 16, 2020 5:22 pm

On the airfield;
A330 A9C-KF hole in fuselage
B747 G-CIVM holes in fuselage
B737 LN-RCY parts missing
B737 LN-RNO
B777 G-ZZZC no tail, holes in fuselage
B767 ZS-DJI
B737 HL7557
B747 G-VAST
A320 ER-AXV
A320 9H-SLA
B737 YR-BMH
B737 YR-BMI
A330 OE-IKV
A330 OO-SFW
B737 LY-BHB
A330 UR-WRQ parts only
A319 HB-IPT or HB-IPU Forward fuselage
B747 G-BNLN or G-BNLX Forward fuselage
A321 OE-IBB parts only
‘Tornado’ firetrainer

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

South Wales Aviation Museum
Vampire XE956
B737 (N858WL) nose
Wessex parts (probably XM833)
Hunter XL573
T33 55-4439
Jet Provost XP672
Jet Provost XW420
Gnat XP534 marked as XR993
Sea King ZG822
Sea Devon XK895
Chipmunk fuselage WZ869
Sea Harrier ZA195
B707 nose G-APFG
B747 nose B-HUI
B747 mock up&
F4 XV582
Buzzard G-MMNN
Clutton Fred G-BMMF
Tornado ZA326
Gannet XL500
Sea Prince WP321
Cameron N90 G-ELLE envelope
Canberra WK128 nose
526 MIG29 parts+

Jurca MJ5 G-CLAX sectioned in restaurant

+ Crashed RIAT 1993
& Parts from Virgin Atlantic B747-200

Outside

Shackleton WR974
Gannet XL472 spares ship
B737 N470AC fuselage
VC10 parts (XV106)
Bulldog fuselage MS25-04
A300 (A7-ABX) nose
Jetstream G-BLKP

HTH

David

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