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  • RAF Red Arrows Display Team at London Stansted Airport with Flypast & RAF Voyager

    The Royal Air Force Red Arrows aerobatic display team arrived at London Stansted Airport on 24 July 2021 ahead of their planned displays at the Duxford Air show in the UK. The very popular Red Arrows drew a large crowd at London Stansted Airport for their arrival and departure and for a couple of flybys including a formation and smoke. Accompanying the Hawk jets were two RAF Voyagers, one captured in this video.

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  • Emirates A380 FIRST Visit A6-EVN London Stansted & Skytraders Australia A319

    Filmed at London Stansted Airport, this video captures the first arrival and departure of Emirates Airbus A380 A6-EVN. This is the first time Emirates had operated a planned flight to Stansted using the A380. It had been chartered to transport Arsenal Football club to the USA for a game, but this was cancelled as a result of Covid. So the A380 flew back to Dubai the next day. There have only been a handful of A380's to landing and depart from Stansted, including British Airways on proving flights, HiFly operated a number of charters before they withdrew the aircraft from service. An Emirates A380 did an unplanned divert a few years ago due to conditions at another UK airport. Also included is a Skytraders Australia Airbus A319, again another rare visitor

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  • Stansted Spotting Compilation

    A variety of clips filmed at London Stansted between 2009 and 2010.
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  • An evening "bird watching" @ STN

    On Friday last week, I finally had opportunity to visit my local airport (EGSS/STN) for a bit of "BIG Bird Watching". Unless I'm doing it from my pc in the virtual sense, I don't really go into the sort of detail like an average spotter does, where they have goals to see, log, and photograph every plane in an airline's fleet. - NO! I'm just a casual spotter who enjoys watching the aircraft movement and occasionally likes to lookup where an aircraft has been to.. the first part of my visit I spent between 7:30-8:00pm there and watched a german-wings arrival splitting the regular easyjet/ryanair movements. There was an air-atlas plane due to go but I didn't see this on my first visit. Returning later my patience throughout the first fifteen minutes after 9pm was rewarded as I watched a familiar looking easyjet craft taxi onto Rwy23...Internet research later confirms that it was indeed reg no: G-ZAPX, the titan-air wet-lease boeing 757, flying easyjet colors. He was actually ...
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