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Colombian Jetstream 41!!

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350biker
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Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by 350biker » Thu Feb 10, 2011 11:48 am

Seen parked outside the Eastern Airways hangar this morning
HK-4765-X Jetstream 41 in basic Eastern blue and white but no markings otherwise.
Check on G-INFO shows that G-MAJV was deregistered on 02/02/11 with a destination of Colombia, guess that's it then.
Ian Wilkinson - pensioner and LAPL (A) holder, what a combination!

rich
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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by rich » Thu Feb 10, 2011 3:47 pm

Hi,
They could have parked it better for a photo :whistle: it's rather tucked away in it's present position :roll: doubt if I'll be lucky enough to catch it on it's departure whenever that will be ?.

Rich.

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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by Iain » Sat Feb 12, 2011 6:39 pm

Hi all, new to the group

Saw this JS at Prestwick in 2006 when it returned from the States as N557HK, now it's back to HK, front this time. Could anyone help with the ident of the SAAB that was sitting in front of the JS. Also is the wreck at the side G-GCJL. I noticed what looked like a BAC 1-11 on the fire dump, any idea of it's identidy? I now live in S Yorks so the visit was a first but a really good place to see.

Regards

Iain

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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by rich » Sat Feb 12, 2011 9:48 pm

Hi Iain,
Yes the reck is that of G-GCJL, and the Saab was G-CERZ.
HK-4765-X Jetstream 41 couldn't be seen anywhere today so may have departed ?.

Regards,
Rich

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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by rubberneck » Mon Feb 14, 2011 11:41 am

must have been in the hangar - just up from HUY on an airtest
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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by rich » Mon Feb 14, 2011 12:31 pm

Hi,
Yes watched him depart this morning out to OTR for his air test :thumb: .

Rich.

350biker
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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by 350biker » Tue Feb 15, 2011 11:44 pm

Regarding the decaying Jetstream 41 fuselages between the Eastern hangar and Hangar 9 there are actually two of them. The British Aerospace demonstrator/company hack is the left hand one as viewed from the opposite side of the airfield. I have a feeling that the other was an unregistered/unfinished ? fuselage obtained from Prestwick for spares. Can anyone confirm this? I might just have to take a walk out onto the GA apron to check or ask a friendly techie!
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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by rubberneck » Wed Feb 16, 2011 7:54 am

HK-4765-X (ex G-MAJV) is due to start it's long journey to new owners today (16/2) - although I don't know who that is.

Using its reg as callsign it is due to depart Humberside at 0910 enroute to Stornoway (eta 1045), then after re-fuel (etd 1200) on to Reykjavik.

route is GOLES (0920) POL (0935) MARGO (0945) TLA (1000) FL180
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EGCN daily movement logs
http://www.dsaf.co.uk/viewforum.php?f=35

EGCN & EGNJ monthly movement logs
http://www.dsaf.co.uk/logs/logs.html

EGCN Cessna ~ maintenance, painting & storage
http://www.dsaf.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=9284

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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by rich » Wed Feb 16, 2011 8:49 am

Thanks very much for that information :thumb: much appreciated although I can't make it for it's final departure today :D
Wish it a safe journey though :)

Regards,
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Re: Colombian Jetstream 41!!

Post by flat cap » Wed Feb 16, 2011 11:27 am

350biker wrote:Regarding the decaying Jetstream 41 fuselages between the Eastern hangar and Hangar 9 there are actually two of them. The British Aerospace demonstrator/company hack is the left hand one as viewed from the opposite side of the airfield. I have a feeling that the other was an unregistered/unfinished ? fuselage obtained from Prestwick for spares. Can anyone confirm this? I might just have to take a walk out onto the GA apron to check or ask a friendly techie!

One is G-GCJL, the prototype used for flight trials work. It is ex-storage at Woodford. The other one is a non-flyer from Prestwick.

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