An Embraer ERJ-175 LR with the APU in use.
That looks like an MD-11
A second photo taken a as it passed, shows a little more of the tail fin, I can't tell if there is an engine there or not.
Looks like an engine to me. Possibly a military KC-10
Likely repeat training? "9/17/2014 - RAF MILDENHALL, England. -- Ohio Air National Guard units came together with the active duty Air Force, as they performed annual training during the month of July and into August, 2014, at RAF Mildenhall, England. Members of the 180th Fighter Wing, 179th Airlift Wing and 121st Air Refueling Wing trained with their active duty counterparts from their specific career fields, working with both RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath." http://www.121arw.ang.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123427247Any idea what they're in the UK for? Didn't realise the ANGs made it this far, at least not with Hercs. Where are they flying out of?
This one was out of RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk. I've seen USAF C-17s and C-5 approaching for landing there over the same area, but it was my first sighting of a C-130 in this location.Any idea what they're in the UK for? Didn't realise the ANGs made it this far, at least not with Hercs. Where are they flying out of?
Not the only FR24 weirdness this week, u less somebody forgot to unhitch the tow tractor before takeoff
I think they're trying to tell me something in Chinese.
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There was heavy rain last night (as I know because I was cycling home in it!) Often the clearest skies come in the wake of an active rain-bearing front, because there is a band of dry air behind the cold front that marks the back of the system.Good Friday morning. Clear blue sky without a single cloud or contrail.
If that was today, the winds appear to have been from the south.i suspect its VA101 on holding pattern before Melbourne but can not confirm and need to show the drift was to the SW
Could it have been JQ710?