mozart
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Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:17 pm

OK, I know it's "Eagle Aviation", but where do they come from, where do they go to? What's their fleet? I always see 1-2 A310s standing at T3 in CDG. I guess they go to Africa, but that's just a guess. Anyone knows more


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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:19 pm

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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:24 pm

Eagle Aviation started its operations in march 1998, by doing punctual replacements on a ACMI basis, for airlines principaly based in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

Eagle Aviation is operationaly and technicaly managed at St Nazaire Airport and has a technical locals at the airport of Paris CDG, Dakar and Jeddah for its equipments.

Eagle Aviation is specialised in ADHOC replacements for short and Middle term agreements for KENYA AIRWAYS, AIR MALDIVES, CYPRUS AIRWAYS, AIR ZIMBABWE, AOM, AEROLYON, ISTANBUL AIRLINES, AIR AFRIQUE VACANCES.

EAGLE AVIATION has principally focused towards Africa and the Middle East.

Principle destinations:

Paris
Dakar
Bamako
Abidjan
Lomé
Niamey
N'Djamena
Jeddah
Dubaï
Beirut
Khartoum

Has 2 AIRBUS A300 B4.
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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:54 pm

Pe@rson, thanks for that. I had already found the website, but it didn't really explain why I see their planes at CDG T3 all the time.

Any idea whom they are flying for right now?
 
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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:56 pm

Eagle Aviation is operating :

2 A310-300 : F-GEMO (ex-AF's A313 F-GEMO), and F-GYYY (ex-Philippine airlines )


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1 A320 : F-GZZZ (ex-Ansett Airlines VH-HYH)

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The only A300-B4 left, F-GVVV ( ex-Philippine Airlines a/c) was operated on behalf of Togo Airlines and is now store at BOD

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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 7:45 pm

They operate scheduled/charter flights with the A310-300s to several African destinations on behalf of African carriers/tour operators such as:
-Ivoire Airways to Abidjan
-Air Togo to Lomé

Then they also operate lots of subcharters and special charter flights, wet-leases etc.

The A320-200 is used for charter flights to Mediterranean destinations mainly plus again subcharters, special charters, wet-leases etc.
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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 7:47 pm

Nice to see that its website is professional and up-to-date!
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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 7:49 pm

When did CDG get a T3? I last lived in Paris in 1998 and I only recall T1 and T2.
 
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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 7:57 pm

Zvezda, T3 is the new name for what was called T9 in98. It is the terminal used mainly by charters and low cost airlines. About 2 years ago, ADP decided to change the name to T3, because it is more logical than T9.
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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 8:36 pm

And before it was called the "T9", it was called : "T0" ...  Big grin

T3 is located between CDG1 and CDG2, next to the former de-icing area.


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RE: Which Airline Is That? Using CDG Term 3

Thu Feb 10, 2005 9:23 pm

Ah! I'm glad I'm not going bonkers! Thanks.

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