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Although the weather forecast does not look very good, we expect some interesting visitors for our 15th Fly In. The first one has already arrived and is now stationed inside the museum's hangar.

Special thanks to those who will contribute to the success of this 15th Stampe Fly In and those who have done so over the past 15 years. I am not venturing in listing the names, lest I forget one.

Photo's : Bob Rongé, Walter Van Brempt, Dirk Buytaert, Tony Lesage, Willem Rongé, Roland Van Dyk, Dani Isaie & Carl Gootzen

Participants' lists by Willy and Rina Hoskens.

List of participants

 

STAMPE & VERTONGEN Museum

 

Antwerp Airport

Box 3

2100 Deurne

 

www.stampe.be

 

The

15th FLY IN

7-8/05/2006

Photographs at the bottom : Karl De Dobbelaere, Tim De Meijer

 

Sunday, May 8th, 2005

We just woke up to a beautiful sunshine. Hope the weather will be better today and that still some more visitors will join us. Right uploading this, it started raining. We did have the sun finally and a lot of visitors came down to the airport in the afternoon. Both Spits made a terrific display before leaving us for their home base at Duxford.

8/05/2005 : early morning

8/05/2005 : Andre Maes' lovely SV4

8/05/2005 : A German Great Lakes

8/05/2005 : G-CCCA during his display

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8/05/2005 : an overview of the Fly INN...

08/05/2005 : taxiing the Fokker VII

08/05/2005 : we even got the flightsimulator working, much to the joy of the visitors, who could have a go at the controls

08/05/2005 : through the weekend some of our volunteers carried on working on the Fokker VII, giving the visitors an idea of the work being performed

08/05/2005 : spotters spotting the Spit

08/05/2005 : the ground crew having a well earned lunch in their natural habitat: the museum's workshop

08/05/2005 : Karel Bos (middle) enjoying a last Bolleke with the Spitfire pilots John Romain (left) and Dave Ratcliffe (right)

08/05/2005 : Willy Bruyninckx being interviewed by the press

8/05/2005 : playing hide and seek

8/05/2005 : the pilot getting ready for his display

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Sunday May 8th at 11 o'clock a formation of SV-4 took to the clouded skies for a flight over the city of Antwerp. Some air-to-air shots by Willem Rongé aboard one of the aircraft and some pictures of the pilots who made it happen.

8/05/2005 : the pilots waiting for their briefing

8/05/2005 : Eddy den Hollander

8/05/2005 : Bernard Van Milders

8/05/2005 : Dave (Rat) Ratcliffe came to show us his handling of the Spitfire

8/05/2005 :Ewout Henny

8/05/2005 : André Maes, sunny and bright as always

8/05/2005 : Pete Cunniff

8/05/2005 : John Romain, the Spitfire pilot

8/05/2005 : Kip Manning came for the first time to our fly in

8/05/2005 : Gerrit Titeca

8/05/2005 :Andy McLusky

8/05/2005 : Peter Winters

8/05/2005 : the briefing

8/05/2005 : Danny Cabooter instructing his pilots

8/05/2005 : the briefing in full swing

8/05/2005 : Andy Mc Lusky

8/05/2005 : Gerit Titeca

8/05/2005 : Guy De Groof

8/05/2005 :Manfred Fahr

8/05/2005 : The planning of the formation

8/05/2005 :Danny Cabooter contacting the tower

8/05/2005 :Gerrit Titeca

8/05/2005 : Pete Cunniff

8/05/2005 : Manfred Fahr our German visitor

8/05/2005 : Karel Bos

08/05/2005 : Sunday at noon, the formation flying over the airport, greeting the public

08/05/2005 : Sunday at noon, the formation flying over the airport, greeting the public

Saturday, May 7th

The weather was dry, but it was 'bloody' cold with a lot of wind. One German and and Englishman came through nevertheless. It was a pity but we enjoyed our day on the filed nevertheless. By 5 o'clock, the weather was good enough to give us a fine display with the Spit and a second one with a formation flight 2 Harvards, 1 Spit and a Beech 18.

07/05/2005 : one Englisman came through in late afternoon. He'll remember his flight for ages to come.

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07/05/2005 : the ground crew awaiting better weather conditions. Will they fly or won't they???

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07/05/2005 : Willem in a state of rest

07/05/2005 : Willy, ready to receive the arriving crews. He did not have much of a job.

07/05/2005 : The ground crew escorting the Spit. don't they look happy.

07/05/2005 : general view

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07/05/2005 : The other Spit, ready for a trial run

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07/05/2005 : both Spits on the Antwerp tarmac

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07/05/2005 : we even had a bride and groom...

07/05/2005 : Starting the Fokker D.VIII

07/05/2005 : yesssssss we got it going

07/05/2005 : ahhh, the sound (and smoke) of a fine running engine

07/05/2005 : someone having the time of his life...

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07/05/2005 : the Spit getting ready for a first airdisplay

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07/05/2005 : teh Beech 18 coming from Gilze-Rijen

07/05/2005 : general view of the static show

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07/05/2005 : a Harvard from Gilze-Rijien

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07/05/2005 : I said "get down..."

07/05/2005 :a view from above

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07/05/2005 :a German also came in in late afternoon

07/05/2005 :the Spit getting ready for a display

07/05/2005 :the Spit during his first display of the day

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07/05/2005 :the Harvards and the Beech taxiing towards the runway

07/05/2005 : the Beech 18 leaving the formation and Antwerp

07/05/2005 :the Stampes locked away for the night

Friday, May 6th

The day started with a drizzle. As the meteo promised lots of showers the ground crew decided to move all Stampe aircraft to other hangars and keep the Stampe hangar empty in order to be able to store early arrivals. By 17.00 news got out that the new Spitfire Mk.IX would arrive somewhere around 18.00. Danny Cabooter and Karel Bos set out in the Harvard to meet the Spit somewhere around Nicky.

Both aircraft made two low passes over the runway, before landing. A GOOD START for the weekend to come.

06/05/2005 : An English Bucker participating at the fly in

06/05/2005 : Part of the groundcrew waiting for the arrival of the Spitfire

06/05/2005 : I think I saw something, didn't you?

06/05/2005 : A find sight : our Harvard alongside the new Spitfire

06/05/2005 : A find sight : our Harvard alongside the new Spitfire

06/05/2005 : a nice fly by.

06/05/2005 : breaking the formation, cleared to land

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06/05/2005 : touch down

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06/05/2005 : John Romain (the pilot) talking to the press

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06/05/2005 : The pilots enjoying a nice cold 'bolleke'

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06/05/2005 :Karel Bos showing the brand new T-shirts

 
 
 
Participants on Sunday 8th, 2005
Registration         Pilot         crew    Aircraft type  Time arr.  Airpt. Dep.  Time Dep.  Airpt.Dest.            Remarks
OO-PAM     SV4 10h18        
G-OPNH Jan Mangelschots   Glasair 11h18 EBKH 13h20 EBKH  
G-BWVZ Van Cauteren 1 DHC1 Chipmunck 11h54 EBGB      
D-EARY     Piaggio 12h50        
OO-SVB     SV4         Static Display
OO-GWC     SV4         Static Display
OO-GWA     SV4         Static Display
OO-EIR     SV4         Static Display
G-AIYG     SV4         Static Display
OO-EFN     SV4         Static Display
OO-MON     SV4         Static Display
OO-KAT     SV4         Static Display
F-BCXD     SV4         Static Display
N4109C     AT6         Static Display
G-CDRU     Bücker Jungmann         Static Display
G-TIPS     Tipsy Nipper         Static Display
OO-EOT     Tipsy Trainer         Static Display
OO-VIK     Piper Cub         Static Display
OO-OAA     Piper Cub         Static Display

 

 

Participants on Saturday, May 7th, 2005 - credit Willy & Rina Hoskens
Registration         Pilot         crew    Aircraft type  Time arr.  Airpt. Dep.  Time Dep.  Airpt.Dest.            Remarks
G-FBWH Tony Short 1 PA28 17h00 EGCL     Arrived Friday 06/05/05
G-CDRU Pete Cunniff   Bücker Jungmann         Arrived Friday 06/05/05
G-CCCA John Romain   Spitfire MK IX         Arrived Friday 06/05/05
PH-MLM Leo Van Leersum 1 AT16 12h13 EHGR      
G-AXRP Kip Manning 1 SV4 14h24 EGKH      
PH-KHV Jan Pfundt 3 Beech 18 14h27 EHGR      
D-EHMM Manfred Fahr 1 Great Lakes 16h10 EDKA      
                 
OO-KAT Guy De Groof   SV4         Static display
OO-GWC     SV4         Static display
OO-GWA     SV4         Static display
OO-MON Titeca   SV4         Static display
OO-EIR     SV4         Static display
F-BCXD     SV4         Static display
G-AIYG Lageirse   SV4         Static display
N4109c     AT6         Static display

 

Thursday, May 5th.

In the evening, the ground crew got its annual briefing on the days to come. Everybody seemed in good spirits although the weather forecast is not very positive. The first participant Stampe OO-MON arrived earlier this week.

05/05/2005 : First Stampe calling in for the fly in

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

05/05/2005 : Briefing for the ground crew at the ASA clubhouse

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