LOG - Lowestoft Sea-Front Air Festival
29th & 30th July 2004
 
 
 
Here is the listing of participants in the Lowestoft Seafront Air Festival 29th & 30th July 2004
 
DAY 1, Thursday 29th July 2004, in order of appearance
 
Bolkow Bo.105DBS, G-EYNL, East Anglian Air Ambulance, c/s ANGLIA 1
 
Cessna 207, G-NJAG, Princess of Wales Royal Regiment Para Display Team "Tigers", c/s PARACHUTE AG
 
MC-130P Combat Shadow, ??-????, 67 SOS/352 SOG, c/s SHADOW 33/44
 
Spitfire T.9 ML407/OU-V (G-LFIX) Solo Enterprises Ltd. (Caroline Grace) c/s SPITFIRE
 
Team Utterly Butterly
Boeing Stearman, N707TJ, Utterly Butterly Barnstormers, c/s WINGWALK FORMATION
Boeing Stearman, N74189, Utterly Butterly Barnstormers, c/s WINGWALK FORMATION
 
Royal Jordanian Falcons
Extra 300, JY-RND, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 1/FALCON FORMATION
Extra 300, JY-RNL, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 2/FALCON FORMATION
Extra 300, JY-RNG, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 3/FALCON FORMATION
Extra 300, JY-RNE, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 4/FALCON FORMATION
 
PBY-5A Catalina, C-FNJF/7, Plane Sailing Ltd, c/s CATALINA
 
Harrier GR.7A, ZD408/37A, 3 Squadron, c/s HARRIER / STRIKER 22
 
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
Hurricane II, PZ865/Q, BBMF, c/s HURRICANE
Lancaster I, PA474/QR-M, BBMF, c/s LANCASTER
Spitfire LF.IXC, MK356/21-V, BBMF, c/s SPITFIRE
 
Yakolev Display Team
Yak-52, YAK 66 (G-YAKN), Yakolev Team, c/s YAK FORMATION
Yak-50, YAK 61 (G-YAKM), Yakolev Team, c/s YAK FORMATION
 
Hawk T.1W, XX313/CE, 100 Sqn, c/s JAVELIN 87
 
Sea King HAR.3A, ZH540/U, 22 Sqn 'B' Flt, c/s SRG 125
 
AAC Blue Eagles
Gazelle AH.1, XW848/D, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Gazelle AH.1, XZ338/-, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Gazelle AH.1, XX403/-, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Gazelle AH.1, ZB673/P, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Lynx AH.7, XZ203/L, 671 Sqn (Blue Eagles) c/s ARMY AIR 237/BLUE EAGLES
 
Jaguar T.4, XX847/PY, 16(Reserve) Sqn, c/s JAGUAR
 
Great War Display Team
Fokker Dr.1, (G-BVGZ), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
Fokker Dr.1, 152/17 (G-ATJM), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
Nieuport 17 Scout, B3459 (G-BWMJ), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
Sopwith Triplane, N500 (G-BWRA), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
 
Extra 300S, G-EIII, Denny Dobson Aerobatics, c/s EXTRA
 
Red Arrows, Hawk T.1/A/W (x9), XX227, XX233, XX264, XX266, XX292 XX179, XX306, XX237 & XX294, c/s RED ARROWS / GYPO
 
Squirrel HT.1, ZJ267/67, DHFS, c/s RED 10 (Brought Red Arrows Team Manager in from Coltishall)
 
Cessna 150, G-BOIV, Waveney Flying Group c/s GIV (Took photo's of crowd)
 
Cessna 172, G-OMAC, (Towed advertising banner for Hopton Holiday Village)
 
 
DAY 2, Friday 30th July 2004
 
Red Arrows, Hawk T.1/A/W (x9), XX227, XX233, XX264, XX266, XX292 XX179, XX306, XX237 & XX294, c/s RED ARROWS / GYPO
 
MC-130P Combat Shadow, 69-5828, 67th SOS/352nd SOG, c/s SHADOW 12
 
Royal Jordanian Falcons
Extra 300, JY-RND, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 1/FALCON FORMATION
Extra 300, JY-RNL, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 2/FALCON FORMATION
Extra 300, JY-RNG, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 3/FALCON FORMATION
Extra 300, JY-RNE, Royal Jordanian Falcons (R. Jordanian Airlines), c/s FALCON 4/FALCON FORMATION
 
Hawk T.1W, XX313/CE, 100 Sqn, c/s JAVELIN 87
 
PBY-5A Catalina, C-FNJF/7, Plane Sailing Ltd. c/s CATALINA
 
Jaguar T.4, XX139/PT, 16(R) Sqn, c/s COLT 54/JAGUAR
 
Spitfire T.9, ML407/OU-V (G-LFIX), Solo Enterprises Ltd. (Caroline Grace) c/s SPITFIRE
 
Great War Display Team
Fokker Dr.1, (G-BVGZ), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
Fokker Dr.1, 152/17 (G-ATJM), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
Nieuport 17 Scout, B3459 (G-BWMJ), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
Sopwith Triplane, N500 (G-BWRA), Great War Display Team, c/s GREAT WAR
 
AAC Blue Eagles
Gazelle AH.1, XW848/D, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Gazelle AH.1, XZ338/-, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Gazelle AH.1, XX403/-, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Gazelle AH.1, ZB673/P, 671 Sqn AAC (Blue Eagles) c/s BLUE EAGLES
Lynx AH.7, XZ203/L, 671 Sqn (Blue Eagles) c/s ARMY AIR 237/BLUE EAGLES
*NEW* frequency in use 259.600 MHz
 
Sukhoi Su-26, G-SIID, Gold Air International, c/s SUKHOI
 
Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
Hurricane II, PZ865/Q, BBMF, c/s HURRICANE
Lancaster I, PA474/QR-M, BBMF, c/s LANCASTER
Spitfire LF.IXC, MK356/21-V, BBMF, c/s SPITFIRE
 
Team Utterly Butterly
Boeing Stearman, N707TJ, Utterly Butterly Barnstormers, c/s WINGWALK FORMATION
Boeing Stearman, N74189, Utterly Butterly Barnstormers, c/s WINGWALK FORMATION
 
Harrier GR.7A, ZD408/37A, 3 Squadron, c/s HARRIER / STRIKER 22
 
Extra 300S, G-EIII, Denny Dobson Aerobatics, c/s EXTRA
 
Yakolev Display Team
Yak-52, YAK 66 (G-YAKN), Yakolev Team, c/s YAK FORMATION
Yak-50, YAK 61 (G-YAKM), Yakolev Team, c/s YAK FORMATION
 
Cessna 207, G-NJAG, Princess of Wales Royal Regiment Para Display Team "Tigers", c/s PARACHUTE AG
 
Bolkow Bo.105DBS, G-EYNL, East Anglian Air Ambulance, c/s ANGLIA 1
 
Squirrel HT.1, ZJ267/67, DHFS, c/s RED 10 (Brought Red Arrows Team Manager in from Coltishall)
 
Cessna 172, G-BAOS, Waveney Flying Group, made a photo-pass
 
Cessna 172, G-OMAC, Towed advertising banner for Hopton Holiday Village again.
 

 

Notes:
The Lowestoft Seafront Air Festival used an Air-to-Air co-ordination frequency of 121.175 MHz and it was used on both days.
 
A *NEW* Blue Eagles Air-to-Air frequency was discovered which was 259.600 MHz.
 
RED 5 had to pull out of formation and make a precautionary flight back to RAF Coltishall after sustaining a bird strike during the display. The rest of the Reds carried on as if nothing had happened.
 
All the Royal Jordanian Falcons were back in the air on Day 2 after JY-RNE damaged the tailwheel on landing at RAF Coltishall yesterday.
 
Back-up aircraft for the Solo Harrier Display was Harrier GR.7 ZD354/XX 20(Reserve) Squadron (Special XX(R) Squadron markings) c/s STRIKER 17, which remained on the ground at RAF Coltishall during the two days of the Air Festival.
 
Back-up aircraft for the Hawk T.1 Solo Display was Hawk T.1 XX225/225 100 Sqn c/s JASPER 2
 
If you can fill in any of the blank spaces or spot any errors please let us know.

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