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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Hoekb03 » zo feb 27, 2011 5:36 pm
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Hoekb03 schreef:AS23, een helicopter.

Volgens Scramble is dit een Bulldog van de Malta Defence Force. Er werd inderdaad een andere kist ingelicht over een Bulldog in the area.



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Henk P. » zo feb 27, 2011 6:08 pm
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Joost1976 schreef:Nog even terugkomend op de BLUE's : zeer wel mogelijk dat hun receivers 6x F-22 zijn geweest!

4 tankers voor 6x F-22? Is dat niet wat veel? Of spookt er meer dan we weten boven de Med.?



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor HansW » zo feb 27, 2011 6:26 pm
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SVF 878 inbound destination Malta (Swedish Airforce) C130 Swedish Airforce

Turkish Airforce 941 in the Tripoli FIR with problems at the front window (anti-icing)
Requesting re-routing through better weather to Izmir.
Requested route: UM600 M601 N604 ATV R19 KEA R20 IMR

Italian (India) 2181 FL240 C130 Italian Airforce



Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Joost1976 » zo feb 27, 2011 7:05 pm
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Henk P. schreef:
Joost1976 schreef:Nog even terugkomend op de BLUE's : zeer wel mogelijk dat hun receivers 6x F-22 zijn geweest!

4 tankers voor 6x F-22? Is dat niet wat veel? Of spookt er meer dan we weten boven de Med.?


Het is idd wel veel. Vaak is het zo dat de KC135 de eerste leg doet en dan terugkeert en de KC-10 dan verder gaat. Dit kan ik ook niet echt verklaren...



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor HansW » zo feb 27, 2011 7:15 pm
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ASCOT 4592 landing at Malta airport (1810z)



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Jerry » zo feb 27, 2011 7:16 pm
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Ascot 4592 on approach rwy 31



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor HansW » zo feb 27, 2011 7:24 pm
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SUM9708 IL76TD RA76841 of the Russia Ministry for Emergency

Entering the Malta FIR (out of the Tripoli FIR) ant 1815z



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor HansW » zo feb 27, 2011 7:28 pm
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ASCOT 4595 departure clearance from Malta to EGDL
Squawk 5421 and runway 05



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Henk P. » zo feb 27, 2011 7:36 pm
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brings back Dessert Shield memories :ballon:



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor HansW » zo feb 27, 2011 7:38 pm
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Henk P. schreef:brings back Dessert Shield memories :ballon:


:TAAF

ASCOT 9101 FL270 Malta FIR 1816z later to the Athens FIR (1910z)
IRL251 (Irish Air Corps) SAKI direct MLT FL260, destination Malta 1826z


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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor HansW » zo feb 27, 2011 7:57 pm
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ASCOT 5586 squawk 5271 heading 310 destination Malta. To UHF 284.5 (1852z)



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Jerry » zo feb 27, 2011 8:02 pm
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TAF940 direct KUTOS



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Jerry » zo feb 27, 2011 8:04 pm
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Henk P. schreef:brings back Dessert Shield memories :ballon:


Jazeker Henk, en als de NAVO er zich mee gaat bemoeien wordt het inderdaad Dessert Shield.



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor HansW » zo feb 27, 2011 9:07 pm
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ASCOT 5584 inbound Malta, runway 31 (2000z).
Pilot requests if firebrigade is standingby at the runway.
Vacating runway 31 at HOTEL.
Firebrigade is driving behind the aircraft. The pilot asks the tower that they keep distance to the aircraft.
After vacating the runway the aircraft will be stopped for a check by own personell.



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Re: Malta op LiveATC.net

Berichtdoor Henk P. » zo feb 27, 2011 11:44 pm
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HansW schreef:ASCOT 5584 inbound Malta, runway 31 (2000z).
Pilot requests if firebrigade is standingby at the runway.
Vacating runway 31 at HOTEL.
Firebrigade is driving behind the aircraft. The pilot asks the tower that they keep distance to the aircraft.
After vacating the runway the aircraft will be stopped for a check by own personell.


27 February 2011 Last updated at 22:33 GMT == Royal Air Force airlifts 150 in second Libya rescue

Three RAF Hercules aircraft have rescued a further 150 people - including 20 Britons - from the Libyan desert, the defence secretary has said.

The first and second aircraft have landed in Malta and the third is due to arrive shortly, said Liam Fox.

One plane suffered minor damage after coming under small-arms fire, the Ministry of Defence has since revealed.

David Cameron said he was "delighted" at the rescue and called on Libyan leader Col Muammar Gaddafi to "go now".

The prime minister paid tribute to the armed forces' bravery in carrying out an operation "that was not without its difficulties."

The Ministry of Defence said: "We can confirm that during the operation to recover civilians from the Libyan desert, one of our C130 aircraft appears to have suffered minor damage consistent with small arms fire.

"There were no injuries to passengers or crew and the aircraft returned safely to Malta."

Meanwhile, the Royal Navy frigate HMS Cumberland has left Benghazi for Malta carrying about 200 civilians, including 50 Britons.

The Foreign Office believes the bulk of British nationals who want to leave are now out of Libya, said BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner.

Two RAF Hercules flew 150 oil workers, many of them British nationals, to the safety of Malta on Saturday.

One flight carrying some of the rescued workers - 79 British - arrived at Gatwick on Sunday. A second FCO-chartered plane will leave the island either later on Sunday, or on Monday.




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