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Monday, 15th August 2022
Düsseldorf, Germany
Sunrise06:17
Sunset20:57
Current Weather
Conditions:Few Clouds
Temperature:21°C
Feels Like:21°C
Wind:163 / 6 Knots
Humidity:69 %
Bar. Pressure:1006 hPa
Weather Information kindly provided by OpenWeather.

Runway Operations

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Recent Activities
Departures
 23LUpdated:   23:06 (SXS7UF)
Cont. Use: 17h3m (229x)
Arrivals
 23LUpdated:   23:08 (EWG56B)
Cont. Use: 1h21m (31x)
Wind Components
23 2.1 Knots
05-2.1 Knots
X-Wind 5.6 Knots
Expected Availability
Monday, 15th August 2022
23L 00:00 - 23:59
23R Closed
Activities based on ADS-B messages (>80% aircraft coverage).
Weather & Wind data kindly provided by OpenWeather.

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▸︎ Martinair
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD-82
▸︎ PH-MCD

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
▸︎ Air Atlantis
▸︎ Boeing 737-300
▸︎ CS-TIF

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)

▸︎ Aeromaritime
▸︎ Boeing 737-300
▸︎ F-GFUE

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
▸︎ Air Atlantis
▸︎ Boeing 737-200
▸︎ CS-TEU

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
«On legendary taxiway W»

▸︎ Fordair
▸︎ Gulfstream I
▸︎ G-AWYF

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Grummans Gulfstream I was the first turboprop business jet, of which 211 were built from 1959 to 1969 and was powered by two Rolls-Royce Dart propeller engines»
▸︎ Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-40
▸︎ LN-RLA

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Are Viking spent his entire active life 27 years in service with SAS, only once changed his livery to this scheme»

▸︎ Kalitta Air
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-15RC
▸︎ N9353

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
«Surprize guest on a single visit»
▸︎ LTU Süd
▸︎ Boeing 767-300
▸︎ D-AMUS

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Seen here shortly after delivery to LTU-Süd in February 1989. D-AMUS was transferred to parent company LTU in late 1997 and four years later D-AMUS left DUS in March 2002 in full Hawaiian Airlines livery»

▸︎ Titan Airways
▸︎ Embraer EMB-110 Bandeirante
▸︎ G-BPDL

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Even a Titan started out small - by the way, Titan AW got its name from the first plane in service, a Cessna 406 Titan. Reregistered as G-ZAPE, G-BPDL crashed on January 13, 1993 on a cargo flight near Sellafield for unknown reasons»
▸︎ UAE - Air Force
▸︎ Lockheed C-130 Hercules
▸︎ 1214

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«This Hercules model-H with the clearly visible auxiliary tanks for long range operations has been flying with the U.A.E. Air Force for forty years since delivery in 1981. The desert camouflage has been replaced meanwhile by an inconspicuous gray paint»

▸︎ CTA Compagnie de Transport Aerien
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD-87
▸︎ HB-IUA

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
▸︎ Malmö Aviation
▸︎ Fairchild Hiller FH-227
▸︎ SE-KGA

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)

▸︎ Air Liberte
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD-83
▸︎ F-GHED

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
«Additional Africair markings»
▸︎ Air Djibouti
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30
▸︎ YU-AJI

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
«Leased from JAT»

▸︎ Air Service Nantes
▸︎ Fairchild F-27
▸︎ F-GDXT

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
«No titles»
▸︎ Air Liberte
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD-83
▸︎ F-GHEC

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)

▸︎ Muk Air
▸︎ Fairchild F-27
▸︎ OY-MUF

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)
«Basic Swedair livery»
▸︎ Scottish European Airways
▸︎ Hawker Siddeley HS-748
▸︎ G-BPDA

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)

▸︎ TNT Airways
▸︎ BAe 146-200
▸︎ G-TNTB

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«G-TNTB here still in the first TNT livery at a time when parcel freighters were also used for other freight charters during the day.»
▸︎ Kel Air
▸︎ Hawker Siddeley HS-748
▸︎ F-GFYM

Wolfgang Mendorf (1989)

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