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Friday, 30th October 2020
Düsseldorf, Germany
Sunrise07:21
Sunset17:11
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Conditions:Light Intensity Drizzle
Temperature:14°C
Feels Like:10°C
Wind:230 / 12 Knots
Humidity:87 %
Bar. Pressure:1019 hPa
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 23LUpdated:   10:06 (AMC353)
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Friday, 30th October 2020
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▸︎ Atlantic Air Transport
▸︎ Bristol 170 Freighter
▸︎ G-BISU

Hajo Warnken (1985)
«Open day at Instone Air Line - Atlantic Air Transport - contrary to the company logo, this workhorse did not transport seahorses, but racehorses across Europe.»
▸︎ KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC10-30
▸︎ PH-DTE

Hajo Warnken (1977)
«Wake up Wolfgang Amadeus .....initial attempts of the crew and ground staff to reanimate the Mozart and efforts to enter PH-DTE in the morning after an evening inbound from New Delhi, a diversion due to bad weather conditions at Schiphol.»

▸︎ ACS Canada
▸︎ Douglas DC-8-55
▸︎ C-FCWW

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«The former KLM Jet Trader PH-DCW, named Gerard Mercator, is leaving his main apron parking position after being diverted due to bad weather in Frankfurt on an Iberia cargo flight»
▸︎ Germany - Air Force
▸︎ Transall C-160
▸︎ 51-00

Hajo Warnken (1976)
«Since no suitable cargo plane was available on the civilian market on immediate demand, this Transall from LTG 61-Landsberg Air Base, transported a spare engine for a stranded LTU Tristar to the Canary Islands»

▸︎ Hawaiian Air
▸︎ Lockheed L-1011 Tristar
▸︎ N764BE

Hajo Warnken (1990)
«During the preparations for Operation Desert Storm and the associated US troop transfers via Germany, several Tristars from American Trans Air and Hawaiian, here the N764BE, stayed at LTU for maintenance work»
▸︎ Istanbul Airlines
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ D-ABRI

Hajo Warnken (1992)
«Istanbul Airlines leased D-ABRI, the former Esslingen, from Lufthansa for only three months. Clearly to be seen, where the city arms and name and also Europa Jet 727 was placed»

▸︎ Istanbul Airlines
▸︎ SE-210 Caravelle
▸︎ TC-ARI

Hajo Warnken (1986)
«The first aircraft of Istanbul AL, Lale, named after the Turkish landmark of Istanbul - the Tulip -, seen here still in the livery of the previous operator SAT ex D-ABAP and with the tulip as company logo»
▸︎ Air Europe
▸︎ Fokker 100
▸︎ G-FIOS

Hajo Warnken (1991)
«Shortly before reaching her Terminal B gate position after a scheduled, twice daily flown, service from London-Gatwick. Almost 30 years later this Fokker 100 is still operated by Montenegro AL as 4O-AOM»

▸︎ British Air Ferries - BAF
▸︎ Aviation Traders ATL-98 Carvair
▸︎ G-ASDC

Hajo Warnken (1977)
«Plain Jane was one of 21 C-54s and DC-4s, which were converted by Aviation Traders Ltd from 1961. The name Carvair was derived from the abbreviation Car via Air. The capacity - Up to 5 cars and 22 passengers»
▸︎ Japan Airlines (JAL)
▸︎ Boeing 747-100
▸︎ JA8102

Hajo Warnken (1990)
«In the late 80s / early 90s, Japan Airlines operated the twice-weekly service via Anchorage to Tokyo and Osaka. The Jumbo landed from Japan on Tuesday and Sunday mornings and continued its journey to Paris, returning around noon»

▸︎ Kuwait Airways
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ 9K-AFA

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«In the 1988/9 winter season, EgyptAir used this B.727-200, named after the Kuwaiti island Warba, together with sistership 9K-AFB for the service to Cairo»
▸︎ Torosair
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ TC-AJV

Hajo Warnken (1987)
«Operations started in August 1987 with this leased ex-Western Airlines B.727-200. On August 25, 1989, TC-AJV collided with an ILS transmitting antenna while taking off in Ankara. As a result of the accident Torosair went bankrupt in November 1989»

▸︎ Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
▸︎ Boeing 747-200
▸︎ N4502R

Hajo Warnken (1985)
«SASs Huge Viking at Gate B54, today parking position B08, on a sunny spring evening. SAS frequently upgraded the regular DC-9-41 service to Copenhagen with DC-8s and their wide bodies A.300, DC-10 and B.747, especially during the DRUPA exhibitions»
▸︎ Sultan Air
▸︎ SE-210 Caravelle
▸︎ TC-JUN

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Transwedes Turkish subsidiary started flight operations in 1989 with this Caravelle, ex-LN-BSE, in the colors of the parent company. Before that time, TC-JUN was in service also with Sterling as OY-STG, Finnair as OH-LSI and Minerve as F-GATP»

▸︎ Noble Air
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ TC-AFD

Hajo Warnken (1990)
«The third Noble Air B.727-200, the ex-Condor D-ABKK, seen here after push back from her Terminal C gate position. In the background on the sightseeing deck displayed, the later airworthy made Casa 352A HB-HOY»
▸︎ Aeronaves del Peru
▸︎ Douglas DC-8-54
▸︎ OB-1300

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Santa Elena, the 1966 built DC-8-54-F ex-Air Canada Cargo C-FTJS, is leaving her parking position, operating another of the twice weekly flown Iberia-Cargo rotations from and to Madrid»

▸︎ Noble Air
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ TC-AFB

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Vatan, ex Air France F-BPJH, was the first of a total of six B.727-200, which were operated since spring 1989 by the Turkish-British Noble Air. The plans to operate long-haul flights with Airbus A.310 were abandoned when the company went bankrupt in 1991»
▸︎ Britannia Airways
▸︎ Boeing 737-200
▸︎ G-BJXJ

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«Britannia AW operated weekly supply and charter flights for the soldiers of the British Rhine Army and their families from Luton to DUS. G-BJXJ was one of over 40 B.737s series -200 in the Britannia AW fleet and she was previously in service with Dan-Air»

▸︎ Lineas Aereas Canarias
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD83
▸︎ EC-279

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«A MD83, which was operated by various companies to Dusseldorf. Seen here with the provisional registration EC-279, which was changed in June 1989 to EC-EKM. Further operators Air Liberte Tunisie and Nouvelair as EI-CGI 1995/97 and Spanair as EC-HKP 2007»
▸︎ Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
▸︎ Boeing 747-200
▸︎ LN-RNA

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«Magnus Viking on his way to Chicago after a non-scheduled catering stopover. LN-RNA is seen here taxiing via the crosswind runway 16/34, length 1.810 m, by this time also available for take-offs and landings, to runway 06/24, today 05R/23L»

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