Bad Vöslau – Thursday 5th Sept 2019 (John Tomlinson)

Our next point of call was the smaller aircraft at Bad Voslau~Niederosterreich.

We were now chasing time, or should I say the remnants of daylight. So here it was a quick look at the three preserved/W&R aircraft, the movements about the field, as well as a peek through the large windows of a hangar from landside.

30 Minutes later we were off again…..

My photographs:



Noted between 1835-1906hrs

Preserved about the field
24 SAAB Draken J35OE C/n 351424 Preserved
54+27 Percival P.66 Pembroke C.54 C/n P66/1019 Preserved (Nose only)
G-AGRW Vickers Viking V.639-1 C/n 115 Preserved

About the field
OE-XMS Robinson R44 C/n 30015 Hubi-Fly Helikopter
OE-BXT Bell Helicopters 206B-3 C/n 4441 Austrian Interior Ministry
OE-XCM Eurocopter AS.350B2 C/n 7494 Hubi-Fly Helikopter
D-MZDS AutoGyro Europe MTO C/n Unknown Private
N407RT Bell Helicopters 407 C/n 53233 Corporate
OE-AXT American Champion 8KCAB C/n 1132-2013 Private
OE-DCL Cessna 172S C/n 172S-10773 JA Flight Training GmbH
N1605Q Cessna 150L C/n 150-72905 Private

Viewed through the hangar windows
OE-AGO Piper PA-18105 C/n 18-156 Private
OE-AKI Aquila A.211 C/n AT01-100A-304 Motorflugunion Wien
OE-APE Piper PA-18150 C/n 18-7736 Private

Photo credit: John Tomlinson