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    Nice shots Eric, Mark,
    I squeezed myself to the fron line on top of the mounds :) The QAF B748 is the second newbie for me so far this UNGA. Two new 748s in 1 weeks time is not too bad :)


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    I found myself in town this week for some family issues, but managed to get in some much needed aviation therapy Friday afternoon. It was great to see everyone out and I hope to spend a little time out on Saturday before I hit the road back to CLT.




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    1050: Looks like a C-17 arrived a few minutes ago; 07-7169, which is a Dover bird.
    1102: I see a Kuwait 345 (9K-GBB/KUG5) just off of Ireland. Don't know if it's going JFK first or straight to Stewart. Wherever it's going, it should arrive around 5:00
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    Canadian Air Force CL-604 as CFC3749 reg 144617 straight into Teterboro Airport

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    expected at JFK 18.51 LT NGR001 737BBJ

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    Falcon 7 F-HLTI went to TEB as TOGO1 in the 1700 hour on Saturday.
    I caught VQ-BNZ, the Jordanian G650, off LGA around 1830. Looks like it went to Islip.

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    SU-BPE G400 Govt of Egypt is approaching the southern tip of the UK heading west @ FL400.

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    The Senegal A319 is inbound. Should be on the ground shortly after Noon. Usual trip for them is JFK dropoff, SWF reposition.
    Also have an Air China 744 B-2472/CCA15 headed here. ETA probably around 1400.
    Egypt 342 landed 13R around 1320. Senegal left 1340. Pakistan G450 descending over RI 1340
    Pakistan on 22L, China 744 on 13L about 1420. Zimbabwe Z-WPF on 13L 1435. Anyone get a recent fix on the Egypt Gulfstream?

    As of 1610, Egypt left, 762 P4-CLA opf Cameroon is here, Gulf P4-BFL is just departing, and Brazil 319 2101 arrived in the past few minutes

    767KS opf Chad should be here around 1645. China 744 looks ready to go at 1630.

    2025: The rest of the afternoon had arrivals from Japan (744 20-1102; didn't see the other one), Ukraine (A319 UR-ABA), Tunisia (BBJ TS-IOO), Spain (A310 T.22-2), and BBJ VP-BOP (delegation unk). The Zimbabwe, Cameroon, Brazil, and China had all departed by 1900. Saw on the trackers the Ecuador Legacy (FAE051) went to LGA and the Burkina Faso 727 (XT-BFA) was at EWR. The Mexico 787 is due in to JFK at 2330L.

    2115: A346 HZ-SKY descending for JFK. The Japan has departed for IAD, the Ukraine was descending over South Jersey, but I didn't see if it was PHL, WRI, or ACY. The Ecuador is at cruising altitude over Norfolk - my guess is that it's going to FLL for some work at Embraer.
    2116: CANFORCE 1 (CL604 144618) descending for TEB.
    2225: Looks like HZ-MF1 dropped at JFK and is now moving over to FRG.
    2235: The Tunisia is going to Boston; the Mexico is planned out to CEF after its drop.
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    Yesterday was one of the most memorable days I've had at JFK. It was a pleasure to see so many spotters out, spending time with old friends and meeting some new ones. The split kept us on our toes, but things worked out well for the most part. In addition to the UN Week arrivals (State of Kuwait A345, and the BBJs from Columbia and Nigeria), I was able to check a bunch of things off the list! Between ANA's BB-8 in good light, my first catch of an Eastern bird, and FINALLY checking FDNY off the list, it was an incredible day!

    Hopefully everyone out there today and the rest of the week leaves with the same smiles on their face that I had yesterday!

    Put the shots up on my Facebook page. It's going to be a while before I can post inline since I'm way behind on Flickr, but I did finish em up yesterday!





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    Quote Originally Posted by captmjk16 View Post
    Yesterday was one of the most memorable days I've had at JFK. It was a pleasure to see so many spotters out, spending time with old friends and meeting some new ones. The split kept us on our toes, but things worked out well for the most part. In addition to the UN Week arrivals (State of Kuwait A345, and the BBJs from Columbia and Nigeria), I was able to check a bunch of things off the list! Between ANA's BB-8 in good light, my first catch of an Eastern bird, and FINALLY checking FDNY off the list, it was an incredible day!

    Hopefully everyone out there today and the rest of the week leaves with the same smiles on their face that I had yesterday!
    Right there with you man, I'm having a blast catching up with people and getting some long overdue frames

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    Seeing the Niger BBJ descending to NYC (looks like EWR) and the Slovak A319 lining up at JFK on Flightradar. The Saudi A310, HZ-NSA, repositioned from EWR to SWF earlier tonight as well.
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    JFK 19/09:

    Arrival 0935 KRF65 Royal Air Force A330 Voyager
    Arrival 1620 5X-UGF as RAU001 GLF5 Uganda Government
    Arrival 1755 L J2-HPV Falcon 7X Djibouti Government

    Happy hunting!

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    To add:

    Arrival 1350 TRK8 GLF5
    Arrival 1405 TRK1 A332 TC-TUR

    Also CEF1 2801 heading West from Europe.. but can't find a fpl.. if heading for JFK it'll be there late afternoon.

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    1100: AF2 (98-0001) turning final for LGA 22
    1245: The Iran A340 (EP-AJA) flew to Havana this morning, so heads up and look south for when it eventually comes here.
    1305: re:Below, it's RA-96017 as RSD8. It looks to be about 20 minutes ahead of NAX7005 for ETA tracking purposes (2000-ish).
    1445: Vistajet Global 9H-VJH about 30 minutes out from JFK. It's showing SL001 as the callsign, so I assume this is Sierra Leone's ride this year.
    1620: The Uganda is over Newfoundland, so it's still about 2 hours out.
    1705: The French Falcons are on final; the Turkish G550 is out to SWF, and the Vistajet/Sierra Leone has departed.
    1800: re: below, Ben, the Mexican Legacy departed under its reg and went to Fort Lauderdale. It arrived using the reg as callsign, too. Tracking began at altitude over the Florida Strait, so it came from somewhere in the Western Caribbean. Where did the ENE001 bit come from?
    1805: The Czech 319 and Uganda are just passing Portland, ME. They're right behind the Icelandair flight, so should be an 1850-ish arrival.
    2030: Looks like Stewart for the Djibouti and the Turks, the Uganda is headed south to Dover.
    2115: Czech to FRG; Germany A340 16+02 about a half-hour out.
    0035: Finally something truly rare shows up - Swiss F900 T-785 is in the descent for either EWR or TEB, probably the latter. Meanwhile, the German 340 went to Dulles and the Russia IL-96 went to Andrews as RSD28.

    Also a request from me - has anyone gotten a whiff of the Argentina 757 yet?
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    One of the Russian IL-96 aircraft is just East of Norway beginning the Atlantic crossing.

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