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Friday, 4th December 2020
Düsseldorf, Germany
Sunrise08:17
Sunset16:28
Current Weather
Conditions:Few Clouds
Temperature:8°C
Feels Like:1°C
Wind:170 / 16 Knots
Humidity:70 %
Bar. Pressure:985 hPa
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Recent Activities
Departures
 23LUpdated:   14:08 (EWG47U)
Cont. Use: 7h35m (29x)
Arrivals
 23LUpdated:   13:53 (DCAWN)
Cont. Use: 1d4h (63x)
Wind Components
23 7.3 Knots
05-7.3 Knots
X-Wind 14.3 Knots
Expected Availability
Friday, 4th December 2020
23L 00:00 - 23:59
23R Closed
Activities based on ADS-B messages (>80% aircraft coverage).
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▸︎ TAE - Trabajos Aereos y Enlaces
▸︎ SE-210 Caravelle
▸︎ EC-CUM

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«TAE - Trabajos Aereos y Enlaces carried out charter flights to Spain from 1973 with a pure jet fleet. Like her two sisters EC-CMS and EC-DFP, all Caravelles were leased from Sterling. TAE ceased operations in 1981»
▸︎ Germany - Air Force
▸︎ HFB-320 Hansa Jet
▸︎ 16-06

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«The HFB 320 was not an economic success, as only 47 aircraft were built. In the background the viewing terrace of the old terminal can be seen, also the glazed area below, from which apron-like photos could be made»

▸︎ Itavia
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC9-33CF
▸︎ N7465B

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«Aerolinee Itavia leased larger DC-9s of the -30 and -50 series from Hawaiian AL in the mid-1970s to the early 1980s to strengthen its own DC9-10 fleet. N7465B was previously owned by Balair, easy to recognize by its fuselage painting»
▸︎ Germany - Air Force
▸︎ North American Rockwell OV-10B Bronco
▸︎ D-9546

Hajo Warnken (1976)
«One of a total of 18 Broncos that were purchased in the late 1960s to serve as target towing planes for anti-aircraft guns, primarily to be used in Schleswig Holstein, based at Luebeck»

▸︎ KLM - Royal Dutch Airlines
▸︎ Douglas DC-8-63
▸︎ PH-DEE

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«Abel Tasman, named after the Dutch discoverer and seaman Abel Janszoon Tasman, also name giver of the Australian island Tasmania, on a brief visit at Lohausen, flying for Tunis Air»
▸︎ Maersk Air
▸︎ Boeing 737-200
▸︎ OY-APH

Hajo Warnken (1977)
«The second Maersk Air B737 series -200 at Lohausen, half a year after delivery. Photographed at that time on parking position 8 of the main apron. The visitor terrace and part of the old terminal can be seen in the background»

▸︎ Air Anglia
▸︎ Fokker 27
▸︎ G-BAKL

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«Around one year later, after the company had introduced this modified livery, Air Anglia merged with British Island Airways, Air Wales and Air Westward to form Air UK, at the time the UKs biggest regional airline»
▸︎ Air Anglia
▸︎ Fokker 27
▸︎ G-BCDO

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«In November 1978, Amsterdam-Schiphol, London-Heathrow and Brussels-Zaventem were temporarily closed for three days due to fog. Constantly new and interesting movements at DUS that time»

▸︎ 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.»
▸︎ 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»

▸︎ 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»
▸︎ Hadag Air
▸︎ De Havilland Dash 6 Twin Otter
▸︎ D-IDHC

Arno Janssen (1977)

▸︎ DLT
▸︎ De Havilland Dash 6 Twin Otter
▸︎ D-IDOT

Arno Janssen (1977)
▸︎ Hapag Lloyd
▸︎ Boeing 727-100
▸︎ D-AHLP

Arno Janssen (1976)

▸︎ Lufthansa
▸︎ Boeing 727-100
▸︎ D-ABIT

Arno Janssen Collection (1974)
«Foto: Olaf Behrens»
▸︎ 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»

▸︎ Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
▸︎ Boeing 747-200
▸︎ OY-KHA

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«Ivar Viking with brother Magnus Viking on a catering stopover at Lohausen. In spring 1978 the whole catering division of SAS at Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm was on strike for several days. SAS-catering at DUS was the biggest station outside Scandinavia»
▸︎ Montana Austria
▸︎ Boeing 707-100
▸︎ OE-IRA

Hajo Warnken (1977)
«One of the 13 ex-Qantas V Jet 138 special performance series B.707s on one of the several Aer Lingus flights at Lohausen in 1977 and 1978. Montana was once the only Austrian intercontinental airline, operating a fleet of two B.707-138Bs and one B.707-396C»

▸︎ Hungary - Air Force
▸︎ Tupolev Tu-134
▸︎ HA-YSA

Hajo Warnken (1977)
«As a Tu-134AK, HA-YSA is leaving her parking position in front of hangar 8 at Lohausen with a Hungarian government delegation aboard. From 1981, HA-YSA, converted to TU-134A-3 standard, served with MALEV as HA-LBN»
▸︎ Hungary - Air Force
▸︎ Tupolev Tu-134
▸︎ HA-YSA

Hajo Warnken (1977)
«Tu-134AK of the Hungary Government, seen here in the LTU maintenance area during the farewell ceremony for a government delegation on July 4, 1977»

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