Twinkly season at Coventry

Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby CameronSys on Mon 07 Nov 2016, 8:13 pm

Hi all,

With our clocks moving back an hour, there have been more opportunities to see lit up aircraft in the dark at Coventry. West Atlantic's newest 737, G-JMCX came back in on Friday evening, for some weekend maintenance, before departing this evening. Also saw Air Ambulance G-TAAS land to be put to bed for the night, so some nice nightshoot chances at my local.

1. G-JMCX arriving at sunset on Friday
ImageG-JMCX B734 - Coventry - 4 November 2016 by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

2. Vacating via A1
ImageG-JMCX B734 - Coventry - 4 November 2016 by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

3. All lights on, and ready for taxy tonight
ImageG-JMCX B734F - Coventry - 7 November 2016 by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

4. Air Ambulance A109 G-TAAS shutting down
ImageG-TAAS A109 - Coventry - 7 November 2016 by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

5. That A109 taxying in behind JMCL B733F
ImageG-JMCL B733F - Coventry - 7 November 2016 by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

Thanks for looking and hopefully similar to follow in the next few weeks,
Cameron
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Re: Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby CameronSys on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 5:25 pm

Another night time departure for JMCX leaving Coventry bound for Cologne once again, last night. Departing after some avionics maintenance, as NPT770P.

1. ImageWest Atlantic Boeing 737-406F G-JMCX by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

2. ImageNight Departure by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

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Re: Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby Lighning Fan on Tue 15 Nov 2016, 8:13 pm

Lovely stuff especially the 737 reflected in the puddle :clap:
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Re: Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby alisdairanderson on Wed 16 Nov 2016, 7:23 am

Very nice, and agree with the reflection shot.... :-)

.... are they from 'airside', or from the perimeter fence, please? [I'm not familiar with the airport!]

Cheers
Alisdair
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Re: Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby CameronSys on Wed 16 Nov 2016, 11:53 am

Thanks both. More to come next week if all goes to plan. They're taken airside on the west apron

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Re: Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby alisdairanderson on Wed 16 Nov 2016, 5:50 pm

CameronSys wrote:Thanks both. More to come next week if all goes to plan. They're taken airside on the west apron

Cameron


Thanks for replying.... keep them coming!

Alisdair
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Re: Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby CameronSys on Wed 16 Nov 2016, 8:03 pm

Next nightshoot already planned for next week, so I will post my photos here if all goes to plan.

You can get a similar view from the GA terminal there, as they have a lawn with a 2-3ft fence backing out onto the apron. Only issue is that it closes in the evening and you can get a few light aircraft in the way,
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Re: Twinkly season at Coventry

Postby CameronSys on Mon 21 Nov 2016, 8:18 pm

As promised, another week, another nightshoot. This time SE-MAN ATP was sat on wet apron after a day of torrential rain, and G-JMCU 737F was departing to Leipzig.

1. ImageWest Air Europe ATP-F SE-MAN by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

2. ImageWest Air Europe ATP-F SE-MAN by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

3. ImageWest Atlantic B737-3T0F G-JMCU by Cameron Sys, on Flickr

Thanks for looking
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