|picture courtesy of Gulfstream Aerospace|
Friday, 22 May 2015
Thursday, 14 May 2015
G650 VP-CYL (6123) was delivered yesterday (13th May) from Savannah to Stockholm where it night stopped. It was caught departing today by Anders Nilsson on the way to Hong Kong.
G650 VP-CJJ (6122) is on delivery from Savannah as I type. Routing to Stockholm again. This is believed to also have a distinctive scheme.
G650 N898NC (6125) was delivered today to make 3 deliveries in 2 days.
UPDATE: VP-CJJ caught by Anders Nilsson 15th May, again departing to Hong Kong.
Sunday, 5 April 2015
Have just been sent the attached picture of a pair of Egyptian G4s taken recently at Sharm El-Sheikh. The one on the right has had the flag, titles and registration removed suggesting this one may be withdrawn. The one on the left is SU-BPE.
Egypt has a fleet of 6 G4s, the first being delivered in 1998 and the last in 2004. Can anyone identify which one it is on the right?
Saturday, 28 March 2015
Friday, 27 March 2015
G650 N614GD (6114) has just left Savannah en route to Surgut in Russia. This is where G4 RA-10201 and G550 RA-10202 are based so may be joining these. UPDATE This was cancelled from the US register to Russia on 31st March and is believed to have taken up RA-10205.
|RA-10201 at Zurich in January 2015|
Thursday, 19 March 2015
Friday, 6 March 2015
Wednesday, 18 February 2015
Further to my post at about this time last year, things have changed with the G1s at Palm Beach. The G1C N195PA was thought to be ending it's days due to corrosion but close inspection reveals it may be back in the air after a major overhaul, The reserve G1 N196PA is away on an 18 month inspection so the gap is being filled by G1 N164PA (054). These details via Scott Morris.
|N164PA arriving at PBI on 4th February|
Sunday, 4 January 2015
Westleigh Bushell visited St.Lucie on 30th December and captured some more Gulfstream 2s here which are unlikely to fly again.
HP-1691 (078) is unmarked but still wears the logo of the Panamanian Government. N188DC (188) has now joined N125DC here. N355KM (226) makes up the new trio.
Friday, 19 December 2014
It's been nearly a month since the last new Gulfstream arrived at Ronaldsway. G450 M-WONE (4319) arrived this morning and is seen departing to Farnborough where we believe it will be based. Caught by Alex Henthorn.