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Wednesday, 30th September 2020
Düsseldorf, Germany
Sunrise07:31
Sunset19:14
Current Weather
Conditions:Shower Rain
Temperature:18°C
Feels Like:15°C
Wind:140 / 9 Knots
Humidity:77 %
Bar. Pressure:1012 hPa
Weather Information kindly provided by OpenWeather.

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Recent Activities
Departures
 23LUpdated:   18:23 (KLM24J)
Cont. Use: 21h41m (78x)
Arrivals
 23LUpdated:   18:21 (DLH4WH)
Cont. Use: 1h27m (17x)
Wind Components
23-0.5 Knots
05 0.5 Knots
X-Wind 9 Knots
Expected Availability
Wednesday, 30th September 2020
23L 00:00 - 23:59
23R Closed
Activities based on ADS-B messages (>80% aircraft coverage).
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▸︎ Vietnam Airlines
▸︎ Airbus A350-900
▸︎ VN-A890

Rainer Spoddig (2020)
«Cargoflight from Hanoi»
▸︎ Vietnam Airlines
▸︎ Airbus A350-900
▸︎ VN-A890

Rainer Spoddig (2020)
«Cargoflight from Hanoi»

▸︎ Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
▸︎ Boeing 747-200
▸︎ OY-KHA

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«Ivar Viking with brother Magnus Viking on a catering stopover at Lohausen. In spring 1978 the whole catering division of SAS at Oslo, Copenhagen and Stockholm was on strike for several days. SAS-catering at DUS was the biggest station outside Scandinavia»
▸︎ Vietnam Airlines
▸︎ Airbus A350-900
▸︎ VN-A890

Rainer Spoddig (2020)
«Cargoflight from/to Hanoi»

▸︎ Scandinavian Airlines (SAS)
▸︎ Boeing 747-200
▸︎ LN-RNA

Hajo Warnken (1978)
«Magnus Viking on his way to Chicago after a non-scheduled catering stopover. LN-RNA is seen here taxiing via the crosswind runway 16/34, length 1.810 m, by this time also available for take-offs and landings, to runway 06/24, today 05R/23L»
▸︎ Nile Safaris Aviation
▸︎ Boeing 707-300
▸︎ ST-AKW

Hajo Warnken (1987)
«This B.707, originally registered to Lufthansa Cargo as D-ABUJ and interestingly named Africa, seen here in the fuselage color scheme of the Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight. In the late 80s, Nile Safaris Aviation flew relief supplies to Juba in South Sudan»

▸︎ Vietnam Airlines
▸︎ Airbus A350-900
▸︎ VN-A890

Rainer Spoddig (2020)
«Cargoflight from Hanoi»
▸︎ Egypt Air
▸︎ Boeing 767-200
▸︎ SU-GAH

Hajo Warnken (1985)
«Nefertiti, famous and named after the wife of the Egyptian King Echnaton, seen here departing from her terminal B gate position. SU-GAH has spent all her lifetime with airlines in Africa, beside Egypt Air also with Air Gabon, Hewa Bora AW and Fly Congo»

▸︎ Noble Air
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ TC-AFD

Hajo Warnken (1990)
«The third Noble Air B.727-200, the ex-Condor D-ABKK, seen here after push back from her Terminal C gate position. In the background on the sightseeing deck displayed, the later airworthy made Casa 352A HB-HOY»
▸︎ Lineas Aereas Canarias
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD83
▸︎ EC-279

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«A MD83, which was operated by various companies to Dusseldorf. Seen here with the provisional registration EC-279, which was changed in June 1989 to EC-EKM. Further operators Air Liberte Tunisie and Nouvelair as EI-CGI 1995/97 and Spanair as EC-HKP 2007»

▸︎ ATI - Aero Transporti Italiani
▸︎ McDonnell Douglas MD82
▸︎ I-DAVT

Hajo Warnken (1990)
«Como, named after the capital of the Lombardy in northern Italy, seen herein the blue livery, which is already based on the Alitalia colorscheme. ATI operated a twice weekly flown service to Naples and Catania, first with DC-9s then with MD-82s»
▸︎ Britannia Airways
▸︎ Boeing 737-200
▸︎ G-BJXJ

Hajo Warnken (1988)
«Britannia AW operated weekly supply and charter flights for the soldiers of the British Rhine Army and their families from Luton to DUS. G-BJXJ was one of over 40 B.737s series -200 in the Britannia AW fleet and she was previously in service with Dan-Air»

▸︎ Aeronaves del Peru
▸︎ Douglas DC-8-54
▸︎ OB-1300

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Santa Elena, the 1966 built DC-8-54-F ex-Air Canada Cargo C-FTJS, is leaving her parking position, operating another of the twice weekly flown Iberia-Cargo rotations from and to Madrid»
▸︎ Noble Air
▸︎ Boeing 727-200
▸︎ TC-AFB

Hajo Warnken (1989)
«Vatan, ex Air France F-BPJH, was the first of a total of six B.727-200, which were operated since spring 1989 by the Turkish-British Noble Air. The plans to operate long-haul flights with Airbus A.310 were abandoned when the company went bankrupt in 1991»

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