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Kemble 28-Aug-18

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Kemble 28-Aug-18

Post by LondonEye » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:29 pm

A catch up on latest at Kemble. Funny, how some frames languish for ages, whilst others quickly go.

A319 Fastjet 5H-FJD

ImageA319 Fastjet 5H-FJD Kemble

B737 Solyom Hungarian HA-SHA

ImageB737 Solyom HA-SHA Kemble

B747 Air Atlanta TF-AMV in Med-View colours. The nose between is an ATR72 PK-RSC

ImageB747 MED-VIEW TF-AMV Kemble

B737 Transaero EI-RUJ

ImageB737 Transaero EI-RUJ 2 Kemble

G-CELI on of three Jet2 B737. ( G-CELA G-CELW).

ImageB737 Jet2 G-CELI 2 Kemble

JetStar HB-JGK ( Yes I know it is a crap photo !).

ImageJetstar HB-JGK Kemble

The B737 KD Air colours N389DF has moved to the scrap line. I thought this was being used by fire service at one time.

ImageB737 KD Air N389DF 2 Kemble

Classic Beagle Pup G-AXIA

ImageB121 Pup G-AXIA Kemble

Blackbushe based Cessna 182 G-ESSL

ImageCessna 182 G-ESSL Kemble

Finally, the ex Mid-Air fleet are in clear view.
Canberra XH134 G-OMHD. This has just been gifted to the Indian Air Force Vintage Flight.

ImageCanberra RAF XH134 G-OMHD Kemble

Canberra XH135

ImageCanberra RAF XH135 Kemble

Hunter XE665 G-BWGM is now near control tower and AV8

ImageHunter RAF XE665 G-BWGM 3 Kemble

Elsewhere on field still are N176GT B777 Thai, B727 M-FTOH and in a hangar near the Transaero - the unmarked tail of RP-C8994 was visible.

Hope that helps anyone planning a visit.

Euan Buchan

Re: Kemble 28-Aug-18

Post by Euan Buchan » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:46 pm

Interesting shots

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Re: Kemble 28-Aug-18

Post by Martin » Sat Sep 01, 2018 9:57 am

Nice selection, I did think that the Transaero B738 was a bit young to be scrapped but when I looked, it was almost 19years old, that makes me feel old as I can remember the B737NG being launched as of it was only a few years ago!


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