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I already wanted to go home, but there were two guys I caught coming out of nowhere. The first one was one of two flights from the regional airport Heide Büsum (EDXB /HEI), a Cessna 172 with the registration D-EOSG (the other was D-EFLL), registered to an aviation club and flight school called "Hanseatischer Fliegerclub Hamburg e.V." which is residing at HAM and connected to Lufthansa.

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The other one was a Cessna Citation Latitude (C68A) flying for NetJets Europe (a Portugal-based subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway and a sister company to NetJets - probably better known with their callsign "EXECJET", while this European airline's callsign is "FRACTION"). This one was registered "CS-LTA" and came from Bern (LSMB / BRN).

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The following aircraft were nothing out of the ordinary - two A319s from Austrian (OS173, OE-LDA from Vienna / VIE) and Swiss (LX1056, HB-IPU from Zurich / ZRH), a Eurowings B738 (EW7657, D-ABKN from Heraklion / HER) and a Lufthansa "Star Alliance" A321 from the Tower!3D world out of Munich (EDDM / MUC), flight LH2070, registration D-AIRW.

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The only reason for me to stay was this last one that I don't see too often when I'm away from the keyboard: An Embraer 190, registration "PH-EZN", this time in KLM Cityhopper livery (flight KL1781 from EHAM / AMS).

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After this one, I went home for an hour to relax, until I had to leave again. Because at 16:25 was the scheduled departure time for the A380... The first departure from runway 33, however, was this Ryanair Boeing 737-8 (EI-DYF) operating flight number FR7184 to Palma de Mallorca (LEPA / PMI).

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Another GA aircraft, a Cessna 525 Citation Jet CJ1 (D-ICEY) going somewhere in Swiss canton Ticino or northern Italy, as far as I could find, then a Eurowings A320 (D-AEWF) to Pristina (LYPR / PRN) and the Speedbird A320neo (G-TTNF) that I mentioned earlier (now back to Heathrow with flight number BA965) departed, before Emirates made their way back home to Dubai (EK60).

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It's quite something to see, hear and especially feel this fat baby take off. Because 30 seconds after it passed my position behind the fence about 50 or 60 meters from the runway, a storm caught me off-guard that went as quickly as it came. I couldn't believe that the wake turbulence from this beast was so strong! WOW!

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C-FLHE, operated by Flair airlines departing CYYZ for CYWG Winnipeg, departed RWY 23 ON Apr.2/19, much better livery than their newest mint green that was released a couple months ago

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C-FYJD, operated by Sunwing Airlines departing CYYZ for MKJS Montego Bay, Jamica, Departed Rwy 23 on Apr 2/19IMG_3161.thumb.JPG.de8cf145488ca701afc3648821e47975.JPG

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