Monday 6 December 2010 - Royal Flying Doctor King Air's divert in from Southend

Another day - more interesting diversions! - Australian Royal
Flying Doctor Service Super King Air VH-FDM was enroute
on delivery from Reykjavik to Southend....
....with VH-FDI when they diverted in due to fog at their destination
Both aircraft are on delivery to Australia and are now night stopping
at Birmingham before continuing their journey.. Photo: Mike Hollick
Turkmenistan Hawker 1000 EZ-B021 which diverted in
on Sunday was a late afternoon departure continuing its
journey to Chester.. Photo: Ron Kosys
Gulfstream 4 N772AV was a morning arrival from White Plains,
New York, when it diverted in due to fog at Luton.. Photo: Mike Hollick
Beechjet 400XP N497XP visited twice during the day
Netjets Gulfstream 450 N455QS which had arrived on Sunday
evening was a lunchtime departure
Airlinair ATR 72-212A F-GVZL diverted in at lunchtime due
to fog at Bristol while operating the Air France service from
Paris CDG to where it later positioned back
Ryanair Boeing 737-8AS EI-DYI operated their flight from Dusseldorf
Weeze - the aircraft wears additional "Comunitat Valenciana" titles


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...