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Sunday, 19th September 2021
Düsseldorf, Germany
Sunrise07:13
Sunset19:40
Current Weather
Conditions:Few Clouds
Temperature:12°C
Feels Like:12°C
Wind:040 / 5 Knots
Humidity:94 %
Bar. Pressure:1015 hPa
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Departures
 05RUpdated:   21:40 (IBE31SW)
Cont. Use: 12h29m (38x)
Arrivals
 05RUpdated:   23:20 (EWG8M)
Cont. Use: 14h29m (91x)
Wind Components
23-4.9 Knots
05 4.9 Knots
X-Wind 1.1 Knots
Expected Availability
Sunday, 19th September 2021
05R 00:00 - 23:59
05L Closed
Activities based on ADS-B messages (>80% aircraft coverage).
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▸︎ LTU International Airways
▸︎ Lockheed L-1011 Tristar
▸︎ N323EA

Arno Janssen (1988)
«leased from Eastern Air Lines 06-11/1988 with such registration»
▸︎ Nesu Air
▸︎ Tupolev Tu-134A
▸︎ YU-AJA

Wolfgang Mendorf (1988)
«Basic Aviogenex livery»

▸︎ CSA Ceskoslovenske Aerolinie
▸︎ Tupolev Tu-134A
▸︎ OK-AFB

Wolfgang Mendorf (1988)
«Revised OK CSA tail markings»
▸︎ Spantax
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10
▸︎ N917JW

Wolfgang Mendorf (1988)
«Basic World Airways livery»

▸︎ World Airways
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
▸︎ N112WA

Wolfgang Mendorf (1988)
«Still with red tail after return from lease to Malaysian»
▸︎ Aeroflot
▸︎ Antonov AN-124
▸︎ CCCP-82020

Wolfgang Mendorf (1988)

▸︎ Air Atlantis
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ CS-TCH

Arno Janssen (1988)
▸︎ Torosair
▸︎ Boeing 727-100
▸︎ N8140G

Arno Janssen (1988)

▸︎ Finnair Cargo
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15MC
▸︎ OH-LYH

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«OH-LYH can be seen here on one of the twice-weekly operated freight services to Helsinki and as the successor to the Swingtail-DC-6 OH-KDA of Kar-Air, used on this route until September 1981»
▸︎ Aeroflot
▸︎ Antonov AN-22
▸︎ CCCP-09335

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«A real notable feature of the An-22 are the four Kuznetsov NK12MA turboprops, the most powerful turboprop engines in service, driving eight blade counter rotating propellers with an incredible sound»

▸︎ Aeroflot
▸︎ Antonov AN-22
▸︎ CCCP-08834

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«A few days after the earthquake in Armenia had happened, first relief supplies in the form of heavy recovery equipment and large hydraulic bearings from a Düsseldorf manufacturer were flown to Yerevan on board of two An-22s»
▸︎ Aeroflot
▸︎ Antonov AN-22
▸︎ CCCP-09335

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«On December 7, 1988, one of the worst earthquakes ever hit the northern Armenian city of Spitak. For the first time during the Cold War, humanitarian aid operations were carried out by Western organizations in the Soviet Union»

▸︎ Hispania
▸︎ Boeing 737-300
▸︎ EC-213

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«This ex-Orion Airways B.737, ex G-BNRT, was leased from Hispania for just 3 months, seen here in December 1988, leaving Terminal C, which was decorated seasonal with a Christmas tree on the roof»
▸︎ Skyworld
▸︎ Boeing 707-300
▸︎ N711PC

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«Seen here on the only visit to Lohausen, a fuel stop and US troop transport. The name Skyworld was used by the Denver Ports of Call travel club for only two years and was rebranded again into PoC in 1989»

▸︎ 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»
▸︎ LTU Süd
▸︎ Boeing 757-200
▸︎ D-AMUW

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«Basking in the winter sun three months after her first flight and delivery in November 1987 and looking quiet new. Around two decades later, in 2006, D-AMUW visited DUS again during the Soccer World Cup in Germany, registered as N929RD to Ryan Int.AL»

▸︎ Air Malta
▸︎ Boeing 737-200
▸︎ 9H-ABF

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«Manuel Pinto de Fonseca, name bearer of the sixth and last Air Malta Boeing 737 series -200, delivered in 1987, seen here shortly before reaching the gate position at Terminal C»
▸︎ LTU International Airways
▸︎ Lockheed L-1011 Tristar
▸︎ D-AERY

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«This Tristar, which was operated for three periods by LTU and is seen here under a flock of cranes. Acquired first from Eastern AL in 1975 and from Lockheed in 1979, registered as D-AERO and acquired again from Eastern AL in 1985, registered as D-AERY»

▸︎ Lufthansa
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ D-ABLI

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«The Ludwigshafen, seen here with promotion sticker for the UEFA 1988 European Football Championship in Germany, after push back from its Terminal A gate position in front of Hangar 5»
▸︎ ZAS Airline of Egypt
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD-82
▸︎ SU-DAK

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«Delivered new to ZAS in spring 1988 in full colors, seen here in August the same year only with ZAS Airline titles, got later again full ZAS Airline of Egypt titles, also in arabic letters on the fuselage and the tail»

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