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Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 2:59 am

This topic is Purely for people with info and pictures about Aircraft ins and outs at BOH (Bournemouth, UK).
Here we are.


Monarch A300-600T G-MONR after a spot of Maintenance at BASCO.


A View inside BASCO`s Hangar. (taken at about 5.30pm today in low light)


I was told that thats a 767 in the hangar with a 737 (BIZ.com?) outside but im not sure.


General overview of the activities at BASCO.

Regards
Simon.
 
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 3:02 am

I do think that there is an excel 757 there awaiting repairs
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 3:05 am

Yes.
TF-ARD is still waiting repair. It has been in and out of BASCO for a while but still not fixed.
 
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 3:15 am

Hey,

That looks like a Hapag 737 and a Hapag A300.

Wow! I must go to Bournemouth, Maybe I can confince one of my parents to take me After school,LOL

So, Will those planes be there weekend?

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 6:15 am

I don't think the Hapag 737 will be there long but the a300 looked like it was going to be stored in the hangar overnight at least. The aircraft in the hangar is definitely Monarch.
Many thanks.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 6:29 am

Thats an A310, Hapag don't operate A300's.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 6:44 am

I dont think it is a hapag aircraft in the hangar. The 737 is Hapag.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 6:50 am

It's a Hapag A310 in the hangar and a Hapag Express B737 outside.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 6:55 am

Well spoted.
I zoomed in and your totally right.
Whoops.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 03, 2005 10:10 pm

747 G-CCMA departed lastnight at about 11.30pm.
Not sure were it went.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Fri Feb 04, 2005 5:11 am

G-BDXF left today at about 2.00pm.
I think the monarch A300 is in the hangar and i also think the Hapag A310 left at about 4.30pm today.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sat Feb 05, 2005 2:59 am

Hey

There are 2 Channel Express's around the hangars, with the channel express titles painted out.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sat Feb 05, 2005 9:30 pm

Around which hangar?
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 06, 2005 8:13 pm

Hey,

Around the Channel Express Hangars, Umm.. Near European Hanagrs.

I'll get some pics put on here a little later.

cya

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 06, 2005 9:02 pm

WOW! I never thought there was so much activity at Bournemouth. Is Basco a general tech ops, or do they specialize in certain areas?
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 06, 2005 9:34 pm

Basco are a general Tech Op.
The have contracts with most freight carriers and specalise in A300.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Mon Feb 07, 2005 3:46 am

Love the pics, Simon! A Britannia B767 has just this second flown over the house on approach. I expect it is going into BASCO's as well, unless it is a Bath Travel Fly-cruise charter?

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Mon Feb 07, 2005 5:02 am

Simon,

Thank you

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Mon Feb 07, 2005 10:15 pm

The Hapag A310 left today.
Could only just see it across the runway due to the pea soup this morning.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Tue Feb 08, 2005 3:21 am

Hey,

Foggy want it today in Bournemouth, Wow, LOL, On the way from the bus stop to my school, I didn't know where I was heading, LOL, I couldn't even see my school.

Then I had to go back out onto the field to play rugby, LOL.

Anyways, My Photobucket thing has got too full, So can't post you any photos on here yet, Hopefully I can get some on just before I go to USA.

I was lucky enough to see the Hapag A310 out of the hangar yesterday, So got some nice pics.

....

The channel express's have had the white paint covering the titles, Washed off, Looks wired, So see if I can post a pic soon.

cya

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Tue Feb 08, 2005 9:24 pm

747 sp VP-BAT has just left for an unknown destination.
Regards
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 09, 2005 1:04 am

Hey,

VP-BAT is always in and out, It will probably be back in a few day's. LOL


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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 09, 2005 3:08 am

Hi Jimmi,
I know.
some times hes back in the same day.
Just letting people know.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 09, 2005 4:49 am

Hello,

She stays here because of low parking cost apperently, Is this true? I heard a rich oil mans wife owns VP-BAT and fly's it around to go shopping, But parks it here because it's cheap?

Is that true?

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 09, 2005 4:54 am

Yes I believe this to be true.
Since the old 17/35 runway was closed the 747`s have been parked on there.
The rumor is that the cost to park an aircraft of that size is about a 10th of the cost of parking at heathrow.
The rumor about the owner of VP-BAT is a new one.
It is owned by a very rich Oil Tycoon ( operated by worldwide holdings) from the middle east but I'm not sure about his wife.Regards
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 09, 2005 8:30 pm

Simon wrote :

G-BDXF left today at about 2.00pm

It went to Paris Orly as 'EAF9805'.

Cheers,

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Thu Feb 10, 2005 3:02 am

Yes!

Planesarecool is wrong, EAF flightcode.

HA, ,I'm really happy now, Thankyou RobK.

(Don't mean to make you feel bad Planesarecool, sorry, Just proving i'm right :P )

There is a JETX MD-11 at Bournemouth, Have a look @ the link

http://myaviation.net/?pid=00286849

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Fri Feb 11, 2005 2:12 am

Hey again,

I will be down Bournemouth Tommorow Morning at about 11.00, So I will tell you all whats there, And Hopefully show you some photo's.

Ohh, And I'm not skipping school, It's Half Term now! yey!!!

3 weeks away from school, Well, 1 Week for half term and 2 weeks in the USA.

Anyways

cya

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Fri Feb 11, 2005 7:35 am

Can't wait till thomsonfly and JET2 start next month. The dept/arrivals board will be quite full each day! I'm going to Pisa with them in May and am lookin forward to that too! I keep hearing rumors that JET2 are already talking about adding more routes. Has anyone else heard anything?
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Fri Feb 11, 2005 4:55 pm

Hey,

I have not heard of JET2 starting anymore routes, But I hope so, I would love it if they made Bournemouth a mini base too, Wow, Think of the number of new flights.

I actualy worked this out, And Thomsonfly are adding an extra 81 flights either every day or everyweek, Maybe someone else could work it out too. LOL

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Fri Feb 11, 2005 5:56 pm

Hey,

I couldn't edit the other post of mine, So here is another one,

Flight BY740A to Bridgetown will depart at 09.40, While I write this, it is on Final Call, I'm going to go see if I can get down there, When someone comes home to take me, LOL


Cya

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Fri Feb 11, 2005 11:16 pm

Hey,

So, we need some updated information here, so here it goes.

Hapag Lloyd Express is still there inside the hangar,
A Hapag Lloyd A310 is inside the BASCO hangar, in TUI livery.Reg- D-AHLX, Different from the one the other day.


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Never saw the Jetx  Sad

Now then, If anyone wants me to show a picture of something? Just ask on this thread, And If I have it, I'll post it!

I'll be out of the UK in 7 days, So,for 2 weeks I won't be replying to any post on A.net.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 13, 2005 2:41 am

Hey,

I whent to the Airport again today, JetX is still there, yey, I was soo happy, LOL and there was 1 Hapag Lloyd Express here again.







G-AVMN has also gone,



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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 13, 2005 3:11 am

Boy, when did AB go bankcrupt?! 1996? 9 years in storage before broken up..not bad for a BAC 1-11.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 13, 2005 5:47 pm

Hey,

It has been in the Bournemouth Muesum for years, Until recently when it was replaced by G-AZMF.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:33 pm

Bit of gossip....

Jet2 is a possibility for BOH as BOH is owned by the Manchester Airport Group, and Jet2 have an existing relationship with the management. In fact I've been told that MAPLC have been approaching their lowcost clients regarding services at the two airports they operate which need service development, Humberside and Bournemouth.

Jet2 are the darling of the North at the moment due to their investment in advertising and services, a contrast to BMIBaby who advertise big and then bungle the timetabling.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:42 pm

Hey,

Well, I hope Jet2 bases some planes here and fly's to a few destinations, instead of just one, It took Ryanair a few years just to get a 2nd service to Bournemouth, I hope it doesn't take that long for Jet 2.

Now if only BmiBaby would come here, or Ryanair make us a mini base. LOL

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Edit: Forgot to mention, I saw the JetX take-off from my house, Nice to watch for a tiny while, the black smoke ect.



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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:49 pm

The JetX MD-80 must of come from SEN, as it has been based here for the last few weeks awaiting to be leased to Air Scandic.

It departed Friday morning again.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Sun Feb 13, 2005 11:53 pm

Well, I hope Jet2 bases some planes here and fly's to a few destinations, instead of just one, It took Ryanair a few years just to get a 2nd service to Bournemouth, I hope it doesn't take that long for Jet 2.

The marketing philosophy is simple enough.

Bournemouth is handy for a large catchment area south of London, and there are a LOT of commuters who live in the south who travel to Heathrow and Gatwick for their services. Stansted and Luton are not convenient for travellers south of the river looking for a bum-on-seat ticket with minimum aggro getting to the airport. Cheap, secure car parking would be the killer.

If you want to go somewhere by air, would you rather travel with the flow towards London or in the relatively quiet flow against it? Then use an airport which isn't like a cattle market? BOH is a viable alternative to LHR and LGW for a lowcost who wants to make a go of it. Certainly much better located than Manston which is too far to the 'right' on the map and inaccessible to those living to the south and south-west of London.
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Mon Feb 14, 2005 3:06 am

Jet 2 Are owned by Channel Express. Hence there good relationship with MAG (Manchester Airport Group).
From what I have heard there will be upto 3 routes within the first year.
Not sure of the destinations.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Mon Feb 14, 2005 5:18 am

Hey

No photo's today then Simon (Suzukiraider)?

Ohh, I noticed, that from the photo on myaviation.net I gave a link to , Thats a different aircraft to what I saw, So why is there 2 here?

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Tue Feb 15, 2005 3:07 am

Sorry no pictures.
No change from your picture you took.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Tue Feb 15, 2005 8:05 pm

Hey

The TUI Hapag Lloyd was out of the hangar today, I cannot post a photo at the moment, but maybe tonight or tommorow I can post it on for you,

Simon, Did u get a picture?

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Tue Feb 15, 2005 10:17 pm

Yes i got a picture.
Will post it tonight when i got of work.
Did you see the AIR Contractor L100 parked up on 17/35?
Also we had a cessna 206 Grand Caravan on our apron today from the Channel Islands.
Will post a picture later.
Regards
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 16, 2005 3:48 am


D-AHLX
Airbus A310-204 Owned By Hapag-Lloyd.


G-OCIT
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 16, 2005 4:09 am

Hey,

Yep, That was the plane I saw land, Nice paint for a little plane.

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 16, 2005 5:13 am

Any news on G-AVMN or TF-ELV.

As a former AB shareholder, it is sad to see MN disappear.
 
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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 16, 2005 5:21 am

Hey

Says it all for G-AVMN



Apperently gone to Germany, Don't know why they have left the tail and the wings behind.

Simon,

Why do we get so many US reged Planes here?

Jimmi

EDIT:Islandflug has gone inside the hangar again I believe



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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 16, 2005 6:01 am

I believe that the island flug plain has had its livelry removed whilst in the hangar.

The American small jets are due to the ease of access into and around the states that come with that kind of reg.

A VP- reg aircraft is registered in the Cayman Islands and is exempt from many CAA/EASA enforced restrictions of operations hence the amount of aircraft registered on there register (approximately 1 plane per resident in the caymans)

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RE: Bournemouth Airport Movements

Wed Feb 16, 2005 6:31 pm

Hey,

So, what is happening with islandflug?

If I go to the European Hangars today, I'll see if I can find out about some things, It's not definite if I'm going, But I sure hope I am.

cya

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