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Subang (WMSA/SZB) 2020

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This year, I open my spotting account with a very short spotting session at Subang. 

Resident cargo airline is now running flights very regularly!

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Today, the light was good - so I decided to extend the spotting session to take advantage of it. :good:

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9 hours ago, flee said:

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days ago she's here in BKI. with the visit of few mega-celebrities from Taiwan and local. 

 

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Ex Malaysia Airlines B777, 9M-MRP, was in Zimbabwe Airways livery in 2017. However, the triple is now painted in all-white, with registration Z-RGM.

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She went for a test flight on 16/Jan for about an hour. Probably going to be delivered soon to Harare after the much hype scandal in 2017. It is sad that the livery is gone for good.

In her former livery, back in 2017.

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On 1/8/2020 at 9:45 AM, flee said:

It has Ekovest sticker on tail.

Yes, VP-CEB is owned by Ekovest ...registered in Cayman island 

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After these 3+ months of spotting hiatus, finally get to spot.

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Raya Airways has acquired this N741AX, former Amerijet International. She will be registered into 9M-RXB.

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Departed 0630 this morning to Bangkok. Like her other old IL76s sisters, they need to spool up their engines for about a minute. So we had a minute where the plane 'stood' still instead of doing a rolling take off. 

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Good grief! King Spotter at it again! :clapping:

I think they need about 4 mins to get the engines up to operating temperature and stabilised.

Very nice catch, KS!

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34 minutes ago, flee said:

Good grief! King Spotter at it again! :clapping:

I think they need about 4 mins to get the engines up to operating temperature and stabilised.

Very nice catch, KS!

This particular one doesn't need that 4 mins. Just a min and went off. Maybe the old engines have been 'upgraded/overhauled/modified.' 

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