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Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09

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Pilot James



Location : Wakefield
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PostSubject: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-30, 10:09

Noted this afternoon on the way home was the following:

Wittering
Harriers
ZH663/111
ZG474/64
ZG507/78

Cottesmore
Harriers
ZD375/23
ZD379/27
ZD436/48A
ZD463/53
ZD380/28A
ZD411/40A
ZD433/45A

Cheers

James
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Location : Parsnip Land LN4
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PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 03:46

Stayed at Cottesnore last night with LMP and watched the PM flights. Don't do numbers (lol), but a nice four ship arrival at about 16:30 and a couple of singletons Plus King Air, Chinook in the circuit, etc. Engine run ups were heard at about 22:00. So far this morning, two Harriers out with more running up. A very nice sunny day. LMP's on base on a course, and I'm enjoying the sunshine!! Cracking viewing :)
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Location : Kings Lynn, Norfolk
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PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 04:28

Nice mate! You up for a trip out soon? im thinking of going to Cott for a change!
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PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 05:20

Nice catch there James ZD436/48A is a brand new GR.9A!
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Pilot James



Location : Wakefield
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PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 08:56

Andy@Cottesmore wrote:
Nice catch there James ZD436/48A is a brand new GR.9A!

Wow! ;)

It didnt help with the heat haze but once it dropped several times, numbers on the tail was readable to read off.

Cheers

James
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PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 09:50

Its not easy when there is a lot of haze. Spent all day once tryin to read the line just for it to finally drop and them put all the aircraft away.
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Pilot James



Location : Wakefield
Spotter Watch Member : No

PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 09:53

Andy@Cottesmore wrote:
Its not easy when there is a lot of haze. Spent all day once tryin to read the line just for it to finally drop and them put all the aircraft away.

I know what you mean!

Btw did you get my PM? :)
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PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 14:07

Yes and just keep what your doing and your helping.
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Pilot James



Location : Wakefield
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PostSubject: Re: Log Wittering/Cottesmore 30.03.09 2009-03-31, 14:25

Andy@Cottesmore wrote:
Yes and just keep what your doing and your helping.

Ok thanks! :)

Always happy to help with the last bit i said in the PM.

James
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