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Wednesday, 8th February 2023
Düsseldorf, Germany
Current Weather
Conditions:Clear Sky
Feels Like:-5°C
Wind:100 / 4 Knots
Humidity:77 %
Bar. Pressure:1038 hPa
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Runway Operations

Recent Activities
 05RUpdated:   07:24 (EWG4MD)
Cont. Use: 2d18h (360x)
 05RUpdated:   07:28 (MLD825)
Cont. Use: 1d0h (136x)
Wind Components
23-2.7 Knots
05 2.7 Knots
X-Wind 2.9 Knots
Expected Availability
Wednesday, 8th February 2023
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▸︎ Braathens
▸︎ Boeing 737-200

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«Magnus Barfot, named after the Norwegian King Magnus III, seen here parked in the cargo area during the day stop on a fair flight. As N370BC, this B737 still flies out of Texas today as a corporate jet»
▸︎ Aer Lingus
▸︎ Boeing 737-500

Hajo Warnken (1998)
«In the mid-90s, Aer Lingus modified its livery. The most striking change was the color of the shamrock from white to light green, which has endured to this day, even though the fuselage paintwork was fundamentally changed in the last years»

▸︎ Airbus Industrie
▸︎ Aero Spacelines Super Guppy

Hajo Warnken (1982)
«This Super Guppy Turbine Transporter, originally converted from a Boeing 377 Stratocruiser for transport Saturn V rocket stages for NASAs Apollo space program, operated by Aeromaritime from 1971 until 1996, here on a diversion from Bremen»
▸︎ Aer Lingus Commuter
▸︎ Fokker 50

Hajo Warnken (1992)
«For over ten years Aer Lingus Commuter operated six own Fokker 50s, also on DUS to Cork flights during the summer months of the 90s»

▸︎ Apollo Airlines
▸︎ Airbus A300B4

Hajo Warnken (1996)
«Isle of Crete was one of three A300B-4s operated by this short-lived airline in 1995-96. SX-BFI was also seen as V2-LDX in service for Ghana AW in the 90s and as EP-MHG for Mahan Air 2006 at DUS»
▸︎ USAF - United States Air Force
▸︎ Lockheed C-141B Starlifter
▸︎ 65-0262

Hajo Warnken (1982)
«In 1982, the US armed forces tested the fast movement of troops to Europe. DUS was also involved several times with visits of Lockheed Starlifters, here a stretched converted C-141B of the 60th MAW, now 60th Air Mobility Wing - Travis Air Force Base»

▸︎ Untitled
▸︎ BAe 125-600

Hajo Warnken (1985)
«An aircraft registration number that can be found again and again on business jets. Here the HS-125-F600B operated by Haeger and Schmidt Transport Logistik for Thyssen-Krupp. In the background Condors Silverbird D-ABVI»
▸︎ Emirates
▸︎ Airbus A380-800
▸︎ A6-EEO

Hajo Warnken (2022)
«As the worlds largest operator of Airbus A380s with a total of 123 aircraft of this type, Emirates is also the largest operator of Boeing B777-300s»

▸︎ Aer Lingus
▸︎ Boeing 737-300

Hajo Warnken (1991)
«St. Laurence O. Toole, along with sister aircraft St. Ciara - EI-BUE, were the only two B737-300s in the Aer Lingus fleet. Both aircraft were converted to quick-change passenger-cargo versions for L-Aeropostale in 1995»
▸︎ Dan-Air London
▸︎ Boeing 737-200

Hajo Warnken (1986)
«Originally built for Air New Zealand, G-BJXJ was leased to Dan-Air London in 1982 from ILFC. By the way, the part of the name Dan represented the initials of the owners Davies and Newman»

▸︎ Dan-Air London
▸︎ BAC 1-11-500

Hajo Warnken (1991)
«Dan-Air London was an integral part of charter air traffic in DUS either on Tuesday and Friday evening sightseeing flights to Gatwick or ad hoc flights, e.g. to trade fairs. Dan-Air London ceased operations in 1992»
▸︎ Dan-Air London
▸︎ Boeing 727-100

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«Due to the high dense seating, the fuselage of the five Dan-Air London Boeing B.727-46 - ex Japan Air Lines - were modified with an additional passenger door on each side, clearly visible in front of the engines»

▸︎ BFS - Bundesanstalt für Flugsicherung
▸︎ Hawker Siddeley HS-125

Hajo Warnken (1977)
«The only HS-125-600A of the Federal Institute for Air Traffic Control, originally delivered in March 1975 with dark red painted stripes on the fuselage and the rudder, here with fresh fluorescent colors in early summer 1977 in front of the old terminal»
▸︎ Connectair
▸︎ Short 330

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«This Shorts 330, lovely titled in Germany as Schuhkarton, was used as a feeder aircraft on scheduled flights to London-Gatwick. In the colours of the last operator Gill Airways as G-OGIL, she is now on display at the North East Land Sea and Air Museum»

▸︎ United Technologies Corp.
▸︎ Boeing 727-100
▸︎ N5073L

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«The B727, originally delivered to Lufthansa in 1966 as D-ABIV, parked here in front of the old terminal, was modified several times and in service as an executive jet until 2011 and is now used for training purposes in Hamilton, Canada»
▸︎ KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30

Hajo Warnken (1986)
«The Utrecht on diversion due to bad weather conditions in AMS. In order to be able to park as many aircraft as possible, which could also taxi off again quickly, staggered positions was chosen»

▸︎ NLM - CityHopper
▸︎ Fokker 28-4000

Hajo Warnken (1986)
«The Maastricht parked in the cargo area as a diversion from AMS on a Sunday in autumn 1986. Because of the many diversions, the aircraft had to be parked in staggered positions on the apron»
▸︎ British Airways
▸︎ Vickers VC10

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«In the late 70s British Airways operated a daily service LHR-DUS-Teheran-DUS-LHR. Around midday two VC-10s were present at Lohausen, one on the onward schedule to and one on the return flight from Teheran»

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▸︎ Convair 880
▸︎ N88CH

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«The last Convair 880 at DUS, here in early October 1978, operator Hirschmann Corp.The Ciskei government bought it in August 1987 for the purpose of using it as the luxurious personal presidential transport, delivered from Miami to Bulembu in July 1987»
▸︎ Qatar Airways
▸︎ Boeing 787-8
▸︎ A7-BCS

Hajo Warnken (2023)
«An almost perfect camouflage painting, if there were not the long-luminous beacon lights»

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