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    Welcome to our Trip Report Blog.
    Here we will post logs and pictures taken on aircraft spotting trips.
    Any info can be used for personal use, if passing on or publishing please credit SWAG.
    If you can correct or add any information please contact me here.

    To visit our Flickr photo pages click StuC, RichT, IanG, MatthewB

    With luck we are intending to visit the following in 2018:
    Friedrichshafen Expo, Spain/Portugal, Oshkosh/Florida, Antalya/Istanbul, Finnish AF show, Sliac show

    Header Picture: N104AZ Van's RV-10 (41226) at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016

    Logs/pics - If you have any topical logs and pics from interesting places we could use on the blog please contact me here. Especially welcome would be any museums we haven't yet covered.

    Updates:
    1st Dec - 604 pics added to Oshkosh 2016 Van's page
    2nd Dec - 105 pics added to Oshkosh 2016 Cirrus page
    4th Dec - 192 pics added to Oshkosh 2016 Biz & Twins page
    8th Dec - 139 pics added to Oshkosh 2016 Mooney page

    Monday, 30 March 2009

    30/03/09 - Yeovilton

    StuC went down for the 100 Years of Naval Aviation Flypast rehearsal. (many thanks to Glyn Coney for serial/code tie-ups)
    In order of flypast:

    ZH827/80/Arthur Merlin HM.1 824 NAS
    ZH839/83/Guinevere Merlin HM.1 824 NAS
    ZH846/CU:81 Merlin HM.1 824 NAS
    ZH861/84/Gawaint Merlin HM.1 824 NAS

    XV697/181 Seaking ASaC.7 849 NAS

    ZE418/186 Seaking ASaC.7 849 NAS

    ZA130/19/Clubs Seaking HU.5SAR 771 NAS

    XZ693/304 Lynx HAS.3S 815 NAS
    XZ248/308 Lynx HMA.8 815 NAS
    ZD265/643 Lynx HMA.8DAS 702 NAS
    ZF562/645 Lynx HMA.8 702 NAS
    ZF124/L Seaking HC.4 845 NAS
    ZA291/N Seaking HC.4 848 NAS

    XV676/ZE Seaking Mk.6CR 845 NAS
    ZE425/- Seaking HC.4 848 NAS

    ZD282/- Lynx AH.7 847 NAS
    ZJ256/56 Squirrel HT.1 DHFS
    ZJ257/57 Squirrel HT.1 DHFS
    ZJ267/67 Squirrel HT.1 DHFS
    ZJ268/68 Squirrel HT.1 DHFS
    XX481/CU:560 Jetstream T.2 750 NAS

    XX488/CU:562 Jetstream T.2 750 NAS
    ZA110/CU:563 Jetstream T.2 750 NAS

    ZA111/CU:565 Jetstream T.2 750 NAS
    WK608/906 Chipmunk T.10 RNHF
    G-BYVF/VF Grob Tutor 727 NAS
    G-BYVK/VK Grob Tutor 727 NAS
    G-BWXA/A T-67M Firefly DEFTS
    G-BWXB/B T-67M Firefly DEFTS
    G-BWXC/C T-67M Firefly DEFTS
    G-BWXV/V T-67M Firefly DEFTS
    G-FRAD Falcon 20E FRADU

    G-FRAK Falcon 20DC FRADU

    XX205/- Hawk T.1A FRADU
    XX261/- Hawk T.1A FRADU

    XP924/E:134/(G-CVIX) Sea Vixen FAW.2


    Others noted were:

    XZ728/326 Lynx HMA.8DSP Gate Guard
    ZD578 Sea Harrier FA.2 Gate Guard
    XS513 Wessex HU.5 Dump
    XW630 Harrier GR.3 Dump
    G-BYWM/WM Grob Tutor 727 NAS
    G-BYXS/XS Grob Tutor 727 NAS
    XZ730/632 Lynx HAS.3S 702 NAS
    XZ233/634 Lynx HAS.3S 702 NAS
    XZ234/630 Lynx HAS.3S 702 NAS
    XZ726/302 Lynx HMA.8 815 NAS acted as Flypast photo ship
    ZD565/312 Lynx HMA.8DAS 815 NAS
    XZ736/642 Lynx HMA.8DAS 702 NAS
    ZD268/697 Lynx HMA.8DAS 815 NAS
    ZA293/A Seaking HC.4 845 NAS
    ZA297/W Seaking HC.4 846 NAS
    ZD625/P Seaking HC.4 846 NAS
    ZF116/WP Seaking HC.4 848 NAS
    ZF121/T Seaking HC.4 846 NAS
    ZB507/F Seaking HC.4 845 NAS
    XV700/ZC Seaking Mk.6CR 845 NAS

    Thursday, 19 March 2009

    18/03/09 Boscombe Down - Middle Wallop - Thruxton

    StuC had a day out in the sunshine.

    Solstice Business Park, Boscombe Down

    ZA804 Aerospatiale SA.341D Gazelle HT.3 (1794) Gate Guard
    Modified by Boscombe apprentices as a "Dragonfly"


    Boscombe Down

    WK800/Z Gloster Meteor D.16 (Unknown) Boscombe Down Aviation Collection
    XF375/05/(G-BUEZ) Hawker Hunter F.6A (S4/U/3275) Boscombe Down Aviation Collection
    XF994/VL:873 Hawker Hunter T.8C (HABL003149) Boscombe Down Aviation Collection
    XR650/28 BAC Jet Provost T.4 (Unknown) Boscombe Down Aviation Collection
    XV401/I McDonnell-Douglas F-4M Phantom FGR.2 (2885) Boscombe Down Aviation Collection
    XX105 BAC 1-11-201AC (8) Boscombe Down Aviation Collection

    G-BYWW Grob G.115E Tutor (82157) Southampton UAS

    G-BYXD Grob G.115E Tutor (82164) Southampton UAS

    G-BYXJ Grob G.115E Tutor (82170) Southampton UAS
    G-DOSC Diamond DA42MPP (42.M001) DO Systems Ltd

    G-VIPY Piper PA-31-350 (31-7852143) Capital Aviation
    KF183 North American Harvard T.2 (14A-1885) QinetiQ

    XS743 Beagle B.206Z Basset CC.1 (B004) ETPS
    XX341 British Aerospace Hawk T.1ASTRA (312165) QinetiQ

    XX342/2 British Aerospace Hawk T.1 (312166) ETPS

    XZ296/Y Aerospatiale SA.341B Gazelle AH.1 (1510) 658 Sqn AAC

    ZB625 Aerospatiale SA.341B Gazelle HT.3 (1905) QinetiQ

    ZD242/P Vickers VC-10 K.4 (866) 101 Sqn
    ZE416 Agusta A-109E (11173) ETPS
    ZE432 BAC 1-11-479FU (250) ETPS
    ZE433 BAC 1-11-479FU (245) QinetiQ
    ZH763 BAC 1-11-539GL (263) QinetiQ
    ZJ649/49 Dassault-Breguet-Dornier Alpha Jet (173) ETPS

    ZJ651/51 Dassault-Breguet-Dornier Alpha Jet (142) ETPS


    The usual unknowns comprised two Chinook HC.3's, a Merlin HM.1, two Seakings, a Lynx AH.7 and an Apache AH.1 "Westland 03".

    Middle Wallop

    WZ724 Auster AOP.9 (B5/10/50) Gate Guard
    XP822 de Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver AL.1 (1486) Museum of Army Flying Gate Guard

    XP910/D Westland Scout AH.1 (F.9513) Museum of Army Flying Gate Guard

    XT638/N Westland Scout AH.1 (F.9644) Gate Guard
    "XT123"/D/(XT827) Westland-Bell 47 Sioux AH.1 (WA.589) Gate Guard
    XX392 Aerospatiale SA.341B Gazelle AH.1 (1302) Directorate of Army Aviation Gate Guard
    XX405 Aerospatiale SA.341B Gazelle AH.1 (1343) 665 Sqn AAC
    XZ661/V Westland Lynx AH.7 (212) 671 Sqn AAC *
    ZJ226 McD-D Helicopters WAH-64D Apache AH.1 (WAH60) 673 Sqn AAC *
    ZJ244/44 Eurocopter AS.350 Squirrel HT.2 (3026) 670 Sqn AAC *
    ZJ246/46 Eurocopter AS.350 Squirrel HT.2 (3031) 670 Sqn AAC
    ZJ249/49 Eurocopter AS.350 Squirrel HT.2 (3040) 670 Sqn AAC
    ZJ253/53 Eurocopter AS.350 Squirrel HT.2 (3052) 670 Sqn AAC
    ZK067 Bell Helicopters 212HP AH.1 (30835) 671 Sqn AAC

    The three marked * were on the sports field opposite the main gate as part of a display of some kind.

    Thruxton

    G-ARFO Cessna 150A (150-59174) Private
    WK611/(G-ARWB) de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk (C1/0621) Private
    G-AXOS Socata MS.894A (11079) Private
    G-BAAI Socata MS.893A (10705) Private
    G-BBDM American Aviation AA-5 (407) Private
    G-BHXK Piper PA-28-140 (28-21106) Private
    G-BKIS Socata TB-10 (329) Private
    G-BOCI Cessna 140A (15497) Private
    G-BOTP Cessna 150J (150-70736) Private
    G-BTFT Beech 58 (TH-979) Private
    G-BTKT Piper PA-28-161 (28-8216218) Private
    G-BYDY Beech 58 (TH-1852) Private
    G-CDBS MBB Bo.105DBS-4 (S-738) Bond Air Services
    G-CDEF Piper PA-28-161 (2841341) Private
    G-CEJD Piper PA-28-161 (2842244) Private
    G-GPAG Van's RV-6 (PFA 181A-13306) Private
    H-99/BS147/(G-ILDA) Supermarine Spitfire Tr.IX (CBAF.10164) Private

    G-JAJB American Aviation AA-5A (590) Private
    G-JBII Robinson R22 (1368) Private
    G-MILN Cessna 182Q (182-65770) Private
    G-ODCC Bell Helicopters 206L-3 (51070) Corporate
    G-OFAS Robinson R22 (559) Private
    G-OLFA Eurocopter AS.350B3 (3108) Corporate

    G-OPJD Piper PA-28RT-201T (28R-8231028) Private
    G-SFTZ Slingsby T.67M-160 (2000) Private
    G-TOSH Robinson R22 (933) Private
    G-ZZDG Cirrus Design SR-20 (1733) Private
    N2299L Beech F33A (CE-677) Private
    N666GA American Aviation AA-5B (1136) Southern Aircraft Consultancy
    N994SR Cirrus Design SR-20 (1669) Private

    Saturday, 14 March 2009

    02-09-?? - Arizona - Nevada

    Something differerent to our usual trip logs, a narrative report from MikeyF on his recent trip to Arizona and Nevada. Thanks Mike.

    The M+M trip for 2009 started being planned in August 2008. Initially planned for a Davis Monthan Boneyard trip it developed into a joint DM and Nellis trip. Prior to our outbound flight from Heathrow with Northwest A330 N805NW we noted amongst the hordes of airliners the following of note – an all-white A330 A7-HHM, Air Berlin A321 D-ABGO as well as Challenger EZ8023 which we followed out on departure.
    We routed to Phoenix Airport via a change in Minneapolis. Unfortunately time wise we were limited to just a rush through the airport and missed a large number of Northwest fleets as well numerous USANG Hercules which are based on the North side of the airport. Only thing noted whilst taxiing in was the Fire Section DC-9 N960N [all lime green] along with a few Northwest Airbus. Departure south was on board Northwest B757 N503US to Phoenix.

    Whilst arriving at phoenix we observed a few US Airways examples as well as a Honeywell B757 housed on the north side of the airport. We met our third member or our party K on the top floor of the terminal 3 car park a short while after our arrival – K had transited LHR – Dallas – Phoenix earlier thus making it the MMK tour 2009. We headed to near Tucson IAP for the first night hotel.

    Tucson IAP was first on the list on the Saturday at 07:30 to see the Frontier Airlines A320. A flight over Davis Monthan AFB and then to Marana had been prearranged with Sonarran Wings at the Airport. We hired a Cessna 172 ?? N53102 for two flights over these sites.
    We first saw Marana Avra Airport from the air where six Beech Starships had been placed in outside store – later identified as ???. We also logged several bizjets being present as a result of a golf competion being held close by – it was being shown as the return for “Tiger Woods”. – more from this airport later on.

    The next hour or so was to be quite a stunning time – Firstly we noted some 80 airliners in store as well as the Evergreen Boeing 747 Super tanker and Boeing 747 Dream liner. These were being worked by the active ramp by Evergreen whilst the opposite side held the stored airliners. Many will end there days at Marana being broken up but I would imagine that the at least some of the ex “Northwest “Boeing 757 lined up will fly again.
    Approximate totals present to give some indication are
    4 Boeing 727, 4 Boeing 737, 40 Boeing 747, 10 Boeing 757, 5 Boeing 767, 3 DC-8. 72 DC-9/MD80’s 20 DC-10/MD-11 and finally two Airbus A300/320. A personal highlight was the “Evergreen” owned CH-54 Tarne Fire fighting helicopter sitting next to the Super tanker.

    After a touch and go we left the area to flyover Davis Monthan to view the rows and rows of redundant aircraft stored there. This is well worth a trip and prearranging a flight over is an advantage. Already one day in April there is a full diary with enthusiasts taking advantage of these trips!!!

    To see the rows of worn out F-4 Phantoms, the F-14’s as well the mighty Galaxy all outside waiting for reclamation or further action is an incredible sight. Overall it is estimated that over 4500 planes are on the site.

    Following the trips over the area the afternoon saw us look at the numerous scrap yards located around DM. Again this takes time to locate them and then view. None are available to access but the identities of most aircraft can be obtained by internet sources!

    The second day [Sunday] saw us visit the Pima museum. Well worth a visit but don’t limit the time – it took us over 4 hours to walk around at all exhibits and photograph all! Highlights included 3 B-52 lined up next to each other, the three well maintained hangars with included a SR-71 “Blackbird” in one. An impressive part of one of these hangars is the local history to icons of Arizona Aviation history – a story behind the people – pilots, commanders of units etc as well as companies who have or continue to provide aviation activities in Arizona – something we may not do in this country!

    A short trip was made to Marana regional airport. On first impression on arrival it appears that the sightings may be limited from outside – security fence and gates limit the views somewhat. However during our visit we met up with a local aviation employee who kindly took us airside to view some historic birds. Two Lockheed Constellation’s including one named “Columbine” reportedly previously having flown the US President and a future in a museum, three DC-4/C-54 as well as a PV-2 Neptune. Add to that some 8 A-4 Skyhawks this was quite an excellent early evening visit.

    Monday saw us on the Davis Monthan bus tour. Takes an hour to complete it allows you access to DM. Photography is allowed but the sheer number of aircraft makes it awkward to take shots of all rows particularly when the bus is full. Glare through the window is a problem as well but at $7 it is well worth trip!!

    After DM we headed north for the Phoenix area. We had plans for several airfields to visit prior to our hotel. We called into Chandler Memorial expecting to see some 50+ helicopters and a few old props. We sadly missed the choppers – the last being taken out by road some two days earlier!. The old props, four DC-4 and a Lodestar [N7251C] are nearing the end of their lives. There is currently a small hangar which holds a further two Lodestars and a DC-4 all in reasonable condition and hopefully preservation. for the two Lodestars [N130P and N7806C],

    Onward to a street in Chandler where an F-86 is up a pole and really easy to photograph – not so easy to move the pigeons on the top – not they didn’t move no mater what we did!!
    A quick trip to Chandler Municipal saw some 120+ light “tins” but did include the Red Bull Grumman Mallard [N29853]. A new helicopter training facility is on the south side operating numerous types.

    Then onto Williams Gateway which was a former military airfield. Touted to be the new Phoenix airport it has Allegiant MD-80’s operate from here and two were present during our visit [N872GA/875GA]. Two all examples were representing whilst a highlight was the sighting of three TA-4 Skyhawks privately operated from a hangar at the south of the airfield. Numerous bizjets were present with a Citation centre recently being built having at least 6 outside.

    Onto perhaps one of the more “interesting visits” at Falcon Field. This airfield has a Boeing facility where Apache helicopters are built. One was noted flying but remains unidentified. There is a museum present – closed at time of visit but several superb aircraft including a B-17 were noted outside.

    During our search we were asked airside by an aircraft operator and a quick drive down the flight line allowed us to log loads of tin. Parked outside were two Canadian Challengers – operated by the Canadian CAA. Hidden around the hangars were several biz jets but quite a few former mil birds – OV-10, UH-1 amongst them. Marsh Aviation still have numerous S-2 stored outside awaiting conversion. Over 170 aircraft were logged during our 90 minute visit!

    Onward to our hotel near Phoenix Sky harbour [in fact under the approach to it] we managed to view for about a further hour numerous aircraft inbound by the venerable SBS !

    On Tuesday we called into Phoenix Sky harbour for a while prior to travelling over to Luke AFB and Goodyear Airfield. Luke Air Force base operates a large number of F-16 fighters and we were not expecting to see much due to reports from other enthusiasts who say they had numerous security checks etc. However we logged some 30 aircraft prior to a quite spell without any visits by the security.

    At Goodyear we logged a further 110 machines placed in outside store – a large number of United B-737, Continental B737/MD-80 as well two former B-767 which had been former regulars at CWL – G-BYAA/AB ex Thomson/Britannia Awys!

    Over to Phoenix Sky harbour where we logged numerous Southwest and US Airways fleets. It appears that there are limited foreign airliners here – the only one we noticed was a British Airways B747!!

    Others of note were some USAF Air National Guard KC-135 tankers as well several bizjets. All can be viewed from terminal 3 car park – if you travel there please check with the airport website/email facility as they allowed us to stay without any problems.

    Wednesday saw us travel up to Las Vegas calling in at Scottsdale airport. It has a huge number of bizjets present and we learned that the airport do not like enthusiasts logging bizjets – however during our time searching the area we didn’t have any issues. We logged just under 100 bizjets – no time for the tin/twins as there was any time to do that. It is situated in a modern industrial site/unit where many hangars were linked the runway. All roads adjacent to these units need to be checked just in case you come across an aircraft.

    Onward to Deer Valley Airfield where we came across John Travolta Boeing 707 N707JT parked up. We could not photograph the machine sadly. There were numerous light aircraft which we logged but the highlight was a hangar with 7 ex RAF Tucano T.1. We were allowed to take shots of them – the first batch of some 20 or so examples reportedly being shipped over from Shawbury.

    Carrying on to Vegas we came across a C-117 Packet at Moreton Airpark – somewhere in the middle of the desert. Another light field was observed a short while later but were unable to access – locked gates!

    Arriving at Vegas we checked out the bizjets areas prior to booking into Hooters Hotel which was our base for three nights. This has a good view of the ramps and many were logged from here during our stay

    Thursday saw us visit Nellis AFB and a sight of a Red Flag exercise. Some 80 aircraft were taking part including Australian F-111 and USAF F-22 Raptor’s. A further evening visit was also made to see all launching in the dark – reheat on F-15’s being quite a spectacular sight.

    Friday was split between a visit to Nellis AFB – there are two good areas to take photographs – some 250 shots being taken during the four hour stay. The same aircraft were seen operating again but it appeared more based aircraft were operating on this day. A German Transall was noted departing – presumably picking up equipment after a Tornado deployment
    At McCarran Airport some 1800 aircraft were reported on the SBS unit. Most movements were Southwest B737, There are a more airlines here including Virgin Atlantic, Virgin US, Condor from Germany and a regular B767 from Hawaiian Airlines

    We returned from Las Vegas via Minneapolis to Heathrow on a Northwest B757/A330 service
    Any questions please email – mikeyf@talktalk.net

    Friday, 13 March 2009

    13 and 14/03/09 Cheltenham and Staverton

    Another Races log, this one from RichT

    Cheltenham Racecourse 13/03/09

    EI-MLY AgustaWestland AW139 (31123) Corporate
    EI-MLY
    EI-WAV Bell Helicopters 430 (49028) Westair Aviation
    G-BBCA Bell Helicopters 206B-2 (1101) Corporate
    G-BLGV Bell Helicopters 206B-2 (982) Corporate
    G-BURS Sikorsky S-76A+ (76-0040) Premiair Aviation Services
    G-BYSE Agusta-Bell AB.206B-2 (8553) Corporate
    G-BYZA Eurocopter AS.355F2 (5518) Corporate
    G-BZEE Agusta-Bell AB.206B-2 (8554) Corporate
    G-CDWY Agusta A-109S (22011) Starspeed
    G-CEYU Aerospatiale AS.365N1 (6298) Multiflight
    G-CGRI Agusta A-109S (22003) Corporate
    G-DEVL Eurocopter EC120B (1273) Corporate
    G-DEVL
    G-ECOU Aerospatiale AS.355F2 (5464) Corporate
    G-ECOU
    G-EEZR Robinson R44 (11391) Private
    G-EEZR
    G-EMHH Aerospatiale AS.355F2 (5169) East Midlands Helicopters
    G-ENES Bell Helicopters 206B-3 (4601) Corporate
    G-ENES
    G-FUFU Agusta A-109S (22058) Air Harrods
    G-HDTV Agusta A-109A-2 (7266) Castle Air Charters
    G-HOLM Eurocopter EC135T2+ (574) Corporate
    G-HOLM
    G-IFRH Agusta A-109C (7619) Corporate
    G-ILET Robinson R44 (10789) Private
    G-ILET
    G-JLEE Agusta-Bell AB.206B-3 (8588) Corporate
    G-JLEE
    G-LCPL Aerospatiale AS.365N2 (6393) Starspeed
    G-LENI Aerospatiale AS.355F1 (5311) Corporate
    G-LHMS Eurocopter EC120B (1442) Corporate
    G-LHMS
    G-LSPA Agusta-Bell AB.206B-2 (8530) Corporate
    G-MDDT Robinson R44 (11474) Private
    G-MDPI Agusta A-109A-2 (7393) Corporate
    G-MLTY Aerospatiale AS.365N2 (6431) Multiflight
    G-OAMI Bell Helicopters 206B (464) Corporate
    G-OASP Eurocopter AS.355F2 (5479) Helicopter Services
    G-ONEL Agusta A-109C MAX (7630) Cheshire Helicopters
    G-OOIO Eurocopter AS.350B3 (3463) Corporate
    G-OOIO
    G-PIDG Robinson R44 (678) Private
    G-PIDG
    G-PWIT Bell Helicopters 206L-1 (45193) Corporate
    G-SAMP Agusta A-109E (11673) Corporate
    G-SDAY Aerospatiale AS.355F2 (5193) Corporate
    G-SHAF Robinson R44 (10892) Private
    G-SHAF
    G-SKYW Aerospatiale AS.355F1 (5261) Cabair Group
    G-SKYW
    G-SMDJ Eurocopter AS.350B2 (3187) Corporate
    G-SPHU Eurocopter EC135T2 (245) Bond Air Services
    G-STNS Agusta A-109A-2 (7324) Corporate
    G-TGDL Robinson R44 (11746) Private
    G-TGDL
    G-TGRA Agusta A-109A (7201) Tiger Helicopters
    G-TOPC Aerospatiale AS.355F1 (5313) Corporate
    G-TOPC
    G-ULES Aerospatiale AS.355F2 (5364) Corporate
    G-ULES
    G-VONC Sikorsky S-76B (76-0354) Premiair Aviation Services
    G-VONK Aerospatiale AS.355F2 (5325) Premiair Aviation Services
    G-WIWI Sikorsky S-76C++ (76-0684) Air Harrods
    G-WOFM Agusta A-109E (11678) Corporate
    G-XBOX Bell Helicopters 206B-3 (3370) Corporate
    G-XJCB Sikorsky S-76C+ (76-0616) Corporate
    G-XJCB
    G-XXEA Sikorsky S-76C+ (76-0492) Royal Household
    G-XXEA
    G-ZIZZ Agusta A-109A-2 (7390) Corporate
    G-ZIZZ
    M-ERIT AgustaWestland AW139 (31102) Corporate
    M-ERIT
    M-IDAS Agusta A-109E (11112) Corporate
    M-ONTY Sikorsky S-76C++ (76-0696) Corporate
    N109TF Agusta A-109A-2 (7328) Corporate
    N109TF
    N91TH Agusta A-109E (11651) Corporate

    Staverton 13/03/09 @15:00

    D-CMNX Dornier Do.228-202K (8065) Manx2
    D-IPPY Piaggio P-180 Avanti (1172)
    EC-ITP Swearingen SA.227BC Metro III (BC-789B) Manx2
    EI-DUF Aerospatiale AS.365N2 (6315) Corporate
    G-LNTY Aerospatiale AS.355F1 (5300) Corporate
    G-YPRS Cessna 550 (550-0935) Executive Aviation Services
    G-WYPA MBB Bo105cbs4 (S-814) Police Aviation Services Ltd
    G-WYPA
    M-YAKW Cessna 208B (208B-1059) Corporate
    N224CJ Cessna 525 (525-0224) Corporate
    N27UB Cessna 525B (525B-0225) Corporate
    N34RF Beech C90B (LJ-1371) Corporate
    N750GM Cessna 750 (750-0066) Corporate

    Staverton 14/03/09

    CS-DFO Cessna 560 (560-5314) NetJets Europe
    CS-DFO
    CS-DFP Cessna 560 (560-5315) NetJets Europe
    CS-DFP
    G-BEPF SNCAN Stampe SV.4C (424) Private
    G-BEPF
    G-BXSG Robinson R22 (2789) Rise Helicopters
    G-OASH Robinson R22 (0761)
    M-YAKW Cessna 208B (208B-1059) Corporate
    N224CJ Cessna 525 (525-0224) Corporate
    N224CJ
    N27UB Cessna 525B (525B-0225) Corporate
    N27UB
    N365WA Cessna 550 (550-0333) Corporate
    N365WA
    N37VB Cessna 421C (421C-0418) Corporate
    N37VB
    G-MAYE Bell 407 (53117)