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Friday, 23rd February 2024
Düsseldorf, Germany
Sunrise07:29
Sunset18:03
Current Weather
Conditions:Broken Clouds
Temperature:6°C
Feels Like:1°C
Wind:271 / 23 Knots
Humidity:79 %
Bar. Pressure:991 hPa
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Recent Activities
Departures
 23LUpdated:   00:30 (PGT17ME)
Cont. Use: >7d (28x)
Arrivals
 23LUpdated:   00:34 (UAE3PW)
Cont. Use: 3d1h (9x)
Wind Components
23 18.1 Knots
05-18.1 Knots
X-Wind 14.2 Knots
Expected Availability
Friday, 23rd February 2024
23LNot Available
23RNot Available
Activities based on ADS-B messages (>80% aircraft coverage).
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▸︎ UK - Royal Air Force
▸︎ Vickers VC10
▸︎ XV101

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Still wearing the original big black nose which later turned to grey»
▸︎ Luxair
▸︎ Fokker 27-600
▸︎ LX-LGD

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Rare visitor on FRA diversion»

▸︎ Lauda Air
▸︎ Fokker 27-200
▸︎ OE-HLA

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
▸︎ USAF - United States Air Force
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas C-9A
▸︎ 71-0879

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Original livery - cheatline above windows»

▸︎ Air Algerie
▸︎ Boeing 737-200
▸︎ 7T-VEE

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«Oasis on the second, well-known visit to Lohausen, while leaving the freightapron position V92 at that time. On December 21, 1994, 7T-VEE crashed on approach to Coventry Airport, caused by the performance of the tired flight crew»
▸︎ Britannia Airways
▸︎ Boeing 737-200
▸︎ A4O-BG

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Non-standard white belly reminds of former operator Gulf Air»

▸︎ Dan-Air London
▸︎ Boeing 727-100
▸︎ G-BCDA

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»
▸︎ Aer Turas
▸︎ Canadair CL-44-J
▸︎ EI-BGO

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«The CL-44J, originally built as a passenger aircraft, could carry up to 189 passengers, and the cargo version could carry almost 30 tons of payload»

▸︎ Aer Turas
▸︎ Canadair CL-44-J
▸︎ EI-BGO

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«Men at work on a Sunday morning, September 23, 1979. At that time, the CL-44-J was the right choice for bulky goods. The rear part of the fuselage could be folded away hydraulically within 90 seconds»
▸︎ Aer Turas
▸︎ Canadair CL-44-J
▸︎ EI-BGO

Hajo Warnken (1979)
«Aer Turas, based in Dublin, has operated mainly cargo flights since commencing operations in 1962 with Douglas DC-3, DC-4, DC-7, Bristol 170, Bristol Britannia, Hawker Siddeley Argosy, DC-8-63 and Canadair CL44»

▸︎ Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-21
▸︎ SE-DBS

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Being marshalled into parking position, original livery»
▸︎ Air Classic
▸︎ Piaggio P-149
▸︎ D-EHMG

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«On museum display, still in basic German Air Force camo»

▸︎ Air Classic
▸︎ North American T-6 Texan
▸︎ D-FOBY

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«On museum display»
▸︎ Air Classic
▸︎ De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
▸︎ PG732

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Royal Air Force on Air Classic s museum display»

▸︎ Air Classic
▸︎ Bücker Bü 181 Bestmann
▸︎ D-EDIB

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«In preparation for museum display»
▸︎ Untitled
▸︎ Comte AC-4
▸︎ D-ELIS

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Rare visit of a rare swiss type»

▸︎ Autair
▸︎ Vickers Viking
▸︎ G-AHPB

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Being prepared for Air Classic s museum display»
▸︎ Itavia
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30CF
▸︎ N934F

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Final livery. DC-9s seemed to rule the world in those days...»

▸︎ Itavia
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30CF
▸︎ N7465B

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«Basic Balair fuselage colours»
▸︎ Air Classic
▸︎ Aero L-60 Brigadyr
▸︎ OK-LGL

Wolfgang Mendorf (1979)
«On museum display»

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