Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Postby Bestlasham on Fri 17 Feb 2017, 7:09 pm

A few from Bournemouth and Kemble

N447T now looking clean and was in work a few weeks ago but will it ever depart?

ImageN447T.BOH.AJB by bestlasham, on Flickr

HA-SHA still parked after many years

ImageHA-SHA.BOH.AJB by bestlasham, on Flickr

2-HAUL

Image2-HAUL.BOH.AJB by bestlasham, on Flickr

Kemble and the part out line. Lots of ex Jet2 733 and the digger chopping up VP-CKA 727-100

ImageEGBP.2.17.AJB by bestlasham, on Flickr

ImageEGBP.2.17.AJB2 by bestlasham, on Flickr


ImageHS-TJF.EGBP.AJB-1 by bestlasham, on Flickr

ImageN175GT.EGBP.AJB by bestlasham, on Flickr
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Re: Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Postby Bestlasham on Sun 19 Feb 2017, 4:47 pm

One more

ImageEGBP.2.17.AJB3 by bestlasham, on Flickr
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Re: Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Postby Stagger2 on Sun 19 Feb 2017, 7:00 pm

Very nice set of shots! All the more interesting due to the unusual viewing perspective. The 727 on the end awaiting disposal at Kemble seems sad compared to the others? That last shot of the MK 747 Cargo seems to be having a film/video set-up installed outside it?
The Conroy at Bournemouth looks ready to turn & burn, but this isn't the first time it's been prepared to a high-standard, then left to rot again! :sad:
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Re: Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Postby tu16 on Sun 19 Feb 2017, 7:43 pm

Is that the "Midair" Hunter? Is it currently airworthy?
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Re: Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Postby jaguar54 on Mon 20 Feb 2017, 2:20 pm

With ref to photo 4 I spotted A319 5H-FJG (Fastjet) I managed to get a picture of her departing Malta in Sept 16 on her last flight to be scrapped.
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Re: Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Postby Pringles on Mon 20 Feb 2017, 6:25 pm

tu16 wrote:Is that the "Midair" Hunter? Is it currently airworthy?

More importantly, is that the MidAir Canberra repainted? Or is that a different example?
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Re: Bournemouth to Kemble Feb 2017

Postby WG655 on Mon 20 Feb 2017, 7:06 pm

Canberra is XH135 as opposed to XH134, and has been used for spare parts in recent years.

Happy to be corrected but I believe XE665 is the Hunter's ident; a static airframe only.
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