It was not all that busy at Turweston today. There were a rather large amount of Robins and only 1 Cessna. This was a rather nice variety, my personal favourite was G-BLGH, a CEA DR300 from Booker. It is owned by the Gliding Club there, as can be seen from the four blade propeller. The weather was finally on my side, and 22C was rather nice!

These were the aircraft seen

(Bold indicates inactive)

  • G ASZB AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 01/06/17G-ASZB (1965 Cessna 150E)
  • G-AVLT (1967 Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee)
  • G AXXW AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 01/06/17G-AXXW (1957 Jodel D117)
  • G-BAXZ (1970 Piper PA-28-140 Cherokee)
  • G-BDIE (1975 Rockwell Commander 112)
  • G BLGH AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 01/06/17G-BLGH (1971 CEA DR300/180R)
  • G-BORK (1981 Piper PA-28-161 Warrior II)
  • G-BPAW (1976 Cessna 150M)
  • G-BYHI (1980 Piper PA-28-161 Warrior II)
  • G-CGLT (2010 CZAW Sportcruiser)
  • G CIFY AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 01/06/17G-CIFY (1995 Piper PA-28-181 Archer III)
  • G-CIRI (2007 Cirrus SR20 G2)
  • G HAIR AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 01/06/17G-HAIR (2000 Robin DR400/180 Régent)
  • G-NACI (1984 Norman NAC 1 Series 180 Freelance)
  • G-OCAM (1979 Gulfstream AA-5A)
  • G-OHAL (2008 Pietenpol GN-1 Aircamper)
  • G PAYD RAMP AVUK 1024x576 - Spotting Report 01/06/17G-PAYD (1973 Robin DR400/180 Régent)
  • G-SUEY (1981 Bell 206L-1 Longranger)
  • G-TATR (2012 Travelair R Type Replica)
  • G-ZOOL (1979 Reims Cessna FA152 Aerobat)
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