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  • Int Airshow EBBE 1966
    the tradition was the presentation of the participating pilots to the King The Golden sixties are well over sad The interior exhibitions with the FX84 tail Flying models Technical school Meteo wing Para commando regiment Navy and divers Survival team Fly to your dream more than fourty years ago U S Army OV 1 Mohawk RAF BAC Lightning US Navy A 4E Skyhawk Posing with the 313 USAF Mac Donnell F 4D Phantom II RNAF Northrop F 5B The Fouga Magister of the Patrouille de France Fiat G 91 PAN from the well known Frecce Tricolori The operational zone A beautifull aircraft without great commercial succes You can t make a mistake Northrop F 5A Norvegian solo display Arrival of MOD Mister Charles Poswick Sikorsky S 58 OT ZKM and the Breguet 941S at landing Patrouille de France Line astirn pass The metal colour scheme period Final break The RAF Red Arrows and their Foland Gnat Salute to the Belgian Air Force flag Piper L 18c of the Belgian light avi Also from light avi the Alouette II 16 30 arrival of King Baudouin 1er King visit a tradition in the 1960s The RAF Red Falcons jump team dropped from

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  • archivalia : Belgian Civil Aircrafts
    owned aircraft was leased during the 1973 summer season to Air France OO TCP left the Belgian company in October 1975 Coll SBAP Boeing B727 81 OO JAA c n 18951 Registered in Belgium and flying for Sobelair between July and October 1984 Serge Van Heertum Convair CV 580 OO VGH c n 28 The one and only Convair in full EAT colours in 1988 The Convair fleet operated for DHL cargo transport Serge Van Heertum Dassault Falcon Mystère 20C OO RRR c n 98 Owned by Eurojet this plane was flying for DHL in 1991 Serge Van Heertum Boeing 7 5 7 236 OO TBI c n 25133 From BFS International at Brussels Airport in 1993 Serge Van Heertum Siai Marchetti SF 260D OO EEJ c n 2 41 Private aircraft based at Zoersel airfield Built in 1970 was previously registrated HB HIB Coll SBAP Stampe Vertongen SV 4b OO PAM c n 99 Ex V48 from the Belgian Air Force this SV4 is the only one equiped with a Blackburn Cirrus engine Picture taken at Brussels National Airport in 1989 Serge Van Heertum Boeing B 737 2M8 OO TEH c n 21231 462 Owned by TEA Trans European Airlines the plane was leased to British Middland between March and June 1988 Serge Van Heertum Cessna 207A S kywagon OO ASF c n 207 00569 Operated by Aviation Sans Frontière association photographed in 1989 the plane was lost in 1991 during a mission in Mozambique Serge Van Heertum Cessna 170B OO SPB c n 20615 Based at Temploux airfield in the early 1990 s Serge Van Heertum Mitsubishi MU 2 Marquise OO CVL c n 1528SA Photographed at Brussels National Airport in 1986 Serge Van Heertum Lockheed 12A OO AFA c n 1211 From a Belgian private owner in the early 1950 s Coll SBAP Cessna 180SR OO EXP c n 50617 During the Belgian Antarctic expedition in the late 1950 s Coll SBAP Percival P 44 Proctor V OO ARM c n AE84 Wearing the markings of the Publiciel Company the plane is photographed at delivery to the Brussels Air Museum in the 1970 s Coll J De Vish Nord 1101 Nordalpha OO LIZ c n 86 Photographed at Ostend airport in March 1970 The plane wears the Inair Company markings The plane was lost in a crash into the north sea on July 18th 1972 Pierre Taquet RSV 18 105 OO APC c n 206 In flight in the early 1930 s Coll SBAP Nord 1202 Norecrin II OO TRI c n 113 Property of a Belgian private owner in the early 1950 s Coll SBAP Airbus A320 212 OO AEY c n 348 2 Airbus A 320 were introduced OO AEY OO AEZ with Airtours logo but operated by Air Belgium in 1997 In 1999 Air Belgium ceased their operations and both Airbus were sold Serge Van Heertum Airbus A300C4 605R OO CTT c n 755 In 1999 Citybird started freighter operations with an A300 full cargo aircraft Sadly the company felt into bankrupcy in 2001 Serge Van Heertum Nardi Siai Marchetti FN 333 Riviera OO DEA c n 010 Seen in 1967 with Belgian registration OO DEA became OO HEB later on and was lost in a crash at Heppignies in July 1968 Coll SBAP Stinson 108 Voyager OO JAC c n 108 5243 OO EXS c n 108 4272 From a private owner in the late 1940 s early 1950 s Planes were painted in the standard red and yellow scheme from the Stinson Aircraft Company Coll SBAP Boeing 737 204 G BECG c n 21335 Leased from Easy Jet during the 1997 season Serge Van Heertum Airbus A320 232 EI TLP c n 760 Owned by Transaer International Airlines and leased to Virgin Express for the 1998 season Serge Van Heertum Airbus A321 131 OO CPS c n 591 Brussels based Charter airline founded in 1999 Ceased operations in February 2001 Serge Van Heertum Boeing 737 405 OO VEK c n 24270 1726 Originating from Braathens the plane was bought by Virgin Express and flew with the old colours and the new title during the year 1999 Serge Van Heertum Siai Marchetti SF 260 OO SIA c n 121 Siai Marchetti Company aircraft based at Gosselies in 1982 Became later OO SMN for Sabena Serge Van Heertum Robinson R 22 Beta OO EGB c n 1840 Operated by EG Heliservice and based at Walem near Mechelen between 1991 and 2004 when this company got into bankruptcy Coll SBAP Douglas DC 6 B OO IFA c n 43740 This plane was operated by Ostend Airport based International Freight Airways between March 1977 and May 1978 Serge Van Heertum Boeing 737 2P6 OO ABB c n 21359 Wearing the Abelag Airways colours in February 1980 Abelag Airways became Air Belgium some months later Serge Van Heertum Douglas C 54 1 DCSkymaster OO RIC c n 10563 Photgraphed at Goma Airport by Mr Schombroodt on September 18th 1965 The crew was Schombroodt Danhiez Mauroo Mr Schombroodt via Jacques Lebeau Pilatus PC 6 B2 H4 Turbo Porter OO PKZ c n 909 Owned by Limburg Air Promotion based at Zwartberg airfield between 1994 and 1999 Serge Van Heertum Mc Donnell Douglas DC 10 30 OO JOT c n 46850 63 Belgian Charter company Challengair in 1994 Coll SBAP Mc Donnell Douglas DC 10 30 OO JOT c n 46850 63 Leased to Air Europe for the summer season 1996 Coll SBAP Piper Aerostar PA60 600 OO RAP c n 61 0273 105 On Ostend airport tarmac in 1981 Serge Van Heertum Siai Marchetti S208 20R OO PLC c n 2 21 Based at Deurne Antwerpen aiport photographed in the early 1980 s Serge Van Heertum Casa C 212 200 Aviocar OO FKY c n 291 Operated as cargo plane by European Air Transport EAT from September 1986 to the end of 1989 EAT operated for DHL during a couple of months Serge Van Heertum Fokker F27 100

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  • Air Defence Competition 1967
    The air to air combat simulations were filmed by the movie guns For the competition pilots were on alert level at the ORP Operational Readiness Platform located at each end of the runway When controllers saw a possible enemy intrusion on their screens they trigger the scramble In a minimum of time pilots had to climb into their plane strapped started the engine aligned the inertial platform executed the minimum cockpit checks and taking off to intercept the potential danger Like the current QRA There was a kind of no man s land line that the enemy had to pass before the interception could be launched The mission of the pilot at this moment was to launch the missiles as soon as possible The very close collaboration between controllers and pilots was essential to guide and place the interceptor in the best firing position everything was and is still about precision and speed Some members of the jury were located in the radar station and evaluated the controllers work while another part was present on the base They clock the scramble and makes a visual evaluation of the interception movies See also the site of Serge Bonfond for the 1965

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  • Acrobobs
    in Koksijde Ongena as well However in early 1953 most of the old team members were back together at Koksijde The opportunity was perfect to restart the team Soon they started doing formation flights again just like the good old days At the moment of the NATO airshow held at Soesterberg NL The Acrobobs were there again to represent Belgium The team resumed training in May 1953 It was at this time that Sergeant Pierre Tonet joined the team and quickly put his undisputed pilot talent to work for the team A few weeks later Pierre Tonet replaced Pol Dewulf in the composition of the team The years 1954 and 1955 were really quiet for the Acrobobs The Air Force being in full mutation put the highest priority on young pilot training and left the airshow demonstrations on the side except some wing parades or internal events The year 1956 was most prolific for our national aerobats Indeed early 1956 Italy organized an international airshow and invited the silver birds The team was chosen after an internal competition because other squadrons had the same ambitions but the Acrobobs had kept all their verve and therefore they were chosen to go to Italy under the eagle s arrow logo of the fighter school In Roma they even had the opportunity to meet the Pope Pie XII at the Vatican during the morning of the airshow Once again they prevailed and praise was uttered everywhere In June 1956 they were at the meeting of Gossoncourt and afterwards the Belgian Air Force commemoration ceremony on October 11 th for the 10th anniversary of its creation Weather that day was really bad and even with visual limitations the team gave a great demonstration That good that King Baudouin the 1st himself set out to

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  • archivalia : Belgian Civil Aircrafts
    Coll SBAP Cessna F150J OO HBD c n 0464 Owned by FBA BSD from August 1969 until October 1996 Stored in Belgium until 2004 and registerd SP KGH Coll SBAP Simonet SHBF Aviette OO AKF CoR 208 Robert Fabry a well known military pilot of the Aeronautique Militaire equipped the Aviette Glider with Gillet engine of 500cc in 1926 1927 This may be considered as the first Belgian ULM seen here in flight around 1930 Coll SBAP Cessna 180SR OO EXP c n 50617 During the Belgian Antarctica expedition of 1957 1958 The plane is just unloaded of the cargo at the Belgian station Coll SBAP Tipsy Belfair OO TIB c n 532 Built in 1947 seen here at Gosselies airshow in 1952 Coll Pierre Taquet Fokker D VII OO AMI CoR 250 Former Belgian military aircraft was sold on civilian market in 1931 The aircraft was registered OO AMI on September 5 th 1931 The aircraft was modified in two seat version by Sabca in 1934 just before the fatal crash The plane was lost at Mourmelon France on November 12 th 1934 during the shooting of the movie l équipage Coll Pierre Taquet Fiat G 46 5A Monoposto OO VOR c n 199 Military trainer developed after the war 221 aircraft were built The OO VOR was acquired by the Vormezeele Collection pictured at Braschaat in May 2005 Serge Van Heertum Siai Marchetti SF 260MP OO ASP cn15 46 A private owner acquired the plane in May 1977 The plane sadly crashed at Bertrix on September 11 th 1977 and was than written off Coll SBAP Mc Donnell Douglas MD 11 N273WA c n48519 539 Citybird Seagull at take off from runway 25R in July 1997 Serge van Oosterzee Boeing B 767 33A ER OO CTR c n 28495 643 Citybird owned aircraft at landing 25L in August 1998 Serge van Oosterzee Aeronca 7AC Champion OO TWR c n 7AC 4082 Owned by the Centre National d Aviation Grimbergen in the early sixties The plane was written of in August 1966 Jean Pierre Blanckaert Erco 415C Ercoupe OO JPB c n 4777 Owned by the Centre National d Aviation Grimbergen in the early 1950 s Picture taken in the 1960 s Jean Pierre Blanckaert Cessna 525 Citation OO IDE c n 525 0037 Owned by Air Service Liège since 2006 On taxi at Brussels in 2009 Serge Van Heertum Avro RJ 85 OO DJN c n 2275 Former Delta Sabena aircraft until bankrupcy took over by the new SN Brussels company At landing 25L in 2009 Serge Van Heertum Cessna 170B OO SPB c n 20615 Temploux airfield in the 1960 s after a family flight Coll Laurent Cuvelier Boeing B 737 8BK OO VAC c n 33014 At departure from Bordeaux airport during Summer 2012 Laurent Cuvelier Handlay Page HP 61 Halifax B VI OO XAB c n From Trans Air in 1946 Due registration refusing by the authorities the plane was ferried back to the United Kingdom Coll SBAP Ercoupe 415C OO ERC c n 2006 Private owner in 1946 1947 Became OO AEA in July 1947 Pierre Taquet Aero Commander 680E OO SID c n 357 46 Owned by SOTRAMAT end 1970 s Coll Bruno Ghils Henri Mignet HM293 Pou du Ciel OO 11 Presented in airshow by the well known Fernand Noiset Picture from 1977 Serge Van Heertum Renard R 30 OO AMK c n Prototype The prototype was built in 1931 but never produced During second world war the project was suspended and the plane desappeared Coll SBAP Agusta A109A 2 OO AHE c n 7325 The helicopter was bought by EG Helservice in 1993 After the bankroute of the company the helicopter was bought to a foreign operator Coll SBAP Bell 206A Jet Ranger OO CDP c n 8046 Brussels Airways in the early 1970 s Owner Publi Air Coll SBAP Piper PA 18 135 OO VVP c n 18 2539 Take off from Saint Hubert airfield in 1975 Serge Van Heertum Aero Commander 500B OO DAM c n 863 1 Owned by Aero Survey the picture was taken in 1989 Serge Van Heertum Morane Saulnier 883 Rallye 115 OO ATP c n 1568 Preparing for a local flight at Saint Hubert airfield in 1975 Serge Van Heertum Gates Learjet 35A OO LFY c n 35A 200 Owned by ABELAG the picture was take on Abelag apron in 1992 Serge Van Heertum Gates Learjet 35A OO GBL c n 35A 284 Owned by ABELAG the picture was take on Abelag apron in 1992 Serge Van Heertum Cessna 172M Skyhawk II OO PRS c n 1044 Owned by Publi Air seen at Grimbergen airfield in 1976 Serge Van Heertum Cessna F337G Skymaster OO EDU c n 0067 Owned by BAS Air Service seen here in the late 1970 s Serge Van Heertum Scintex CP1310C3 Super Emeraude OO NSF c n 935 Private owner at Toke off from Saint Hubert airfield in the summer of 1976 During Belgian life the plane had different owner Written Off in December 1997 Serge Van Heertum Enstrom F28A OO PRV c n 146 Bought by Publi Air 1981 transfered to DC Air Service in 1993 the hicopter was lost in 1994 due a serious gust at landing Serge Van Heertum Piaggio P149D OO HDA c n 151 Former Luftwaffe aircraft was first registered D EHET Became Belgian private aircraft in July 1975 and was based at Charleroi Gosselies Serge Van Heertum De Havilland DH 89A Dragon Rapide OO CFI c n 6932 Former RAF aircraft was sold to Air Congo Division in August 1948 Bought by Sabena in March 1950 and sold to DTA a couple of months later Coll SBAP Wassmer Jodel D120A OO FDR c n 1547 At Saint Hubert aeroclub in the summer of 1975 Serge Van Heertum Stampe and Vertongen SV4Bis OO MCI c n 1189 Former Belgian Air Force V47 and sold to civilian market Seen here when owned by Belgian defence Aeroclub

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  • Chièvres 1963
    on June 23rd 1963 was the last international meeting before the disbandment of the 7th Wing as consequence the last year of the Red Devils on Hunter aircraft After a period of incredible development the Belgian air Force begins to undergo restructuring and air base closure As everybody know Chièvres was not the last one to be abandoned Back to the golden years and the international airshow of 1963 enjoy The program of the day The youngsters magazine Spirou was involved as partner See the main picture with Buck Danny and Spirou himself Low level you said Meteor F 8 Towing Flight Koksijde Cdt Raymond Van Keymeulen Opening by the 7th Wing Hunter Lead Cdt Hervé Donnet Patrouille de France Potez CM170 Fouga Magister Leader Cpt Henri Chapus Piaggio P 166 Macchi MB 326 Avro Canada CF 100 Mk V Canuck Maj Bill Ongena 1st Wing CF 100 Canuck Leader Cpt D Lorriers English Electric Canberra B8 RAF 213 Sqn Gloster Javelin 9 RAF 5th Sqn Handley Page Victor RAF 10th Sqn Potez CM 170 Fouga Magister EPA Brustem Lt Col Jan Van de Poel Air refueling Boeing KB 50 North American F 100D Super Sabre Mc Donnell F 101 Voodoo Douglas RB 66 Destroyer Mc Donnell F 101 Voodoo Sikorsky S 58 Cpt Malmedy Dassault SMB 2 Super Mystère B2 esc 1 12 Cambrai Lead Cpt Maerten Alouette II Leader Cpt Geeraerts Sikorsky CH 37A Mojave C 119G CP28 preparing for paradrop Assault paradrop Black Devils team The Red Pelicans Jet Provost T 4 RAF Central flying School Little Rissington Leader Flt Lt Ian Bashall Canadair CL 41R Grop Cpt Everard Breguet Alizé French Navy Nîmes Garon Republic F 84F Thunderstreak 2nd Tactical Wing Florennes Lead Maj Hubert Republic F 84F Thunderstreak 10th Tactical Wing Kleine Brogel Lead Maj

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  • 1st Wing: Early Starfighter era
    sections had to adapt to the new aircraft as well like the survival team April 30th 1964 the King Baudoin I went to the first Wing himself to be introduced to the brand new fighter The pilot conversions continued and on August 1 st 1964 the 350 th Squadron was declared operational and were soon to be followed by the 349 th Squadron at the end of 1964 The delivery of the plane assembled by SABCA Gosselies continued but the delivery of the first twoseater TF 104G occurred only at the beginning of 1965 The two first TF 104G s were shipped directly from the US in kit and the delivery to Beauvechain air base was done by the Flying Tiger Line Company It is in January 1965 that the first Canadair CL 44 landed at Beauvechain with the FC01 and FC02 on board In June 1965 the Starfighter Conversion Flight was formed and the future F 104 pilots could stay in Belgium to follow the full theoretical and practical course No need to go to the Netherlands or Germany anymore This Squadron adopted the name TF FLIGHT Now that the 1 st Wing was going at cruise speed the two operational squadrons could take part in different exercises squadron exchanges and other shooting campaigns but these are other stories Time to watch some pictures of the 1 st Wing life between 1964 and 1965 Ready Go for Mach 2 Communication center Early radar systems Medical control Testing new helmet The flight simulator A great step forward in the pilot formation Flight simulator control The flight sim computer Engine shop Avionic shop Telex room Communication room Survival kit The same open with the dingy Inflated dingy The survival equipments Inflated mae west The parachute Parachute folding a great responsabilty to

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  • archivalia : Belgian Civil Aircrafts
    plane moved to Germany and became D EHIM It is still in flying conditions today Coll Serge Van Heertum SBAP De Glymmes DG X OO AKV c n 01 This aircraft was designed by engineer Raoul de Glymes de Hollebecque and fabricated in collaboration with Alfred Herrmann This two seater aircraft was equipped with a Renard 100HP engine and was registered as OO AKV in 1931 In 1931 R Van de Velde owner and pilot of the aircraft did an air raid Brussels Nuremberg Vienna 1400 Km in 9 flight hours with an average speed of 155 Km H On August 22nd 1931 the same pilot won the first place of a Belgian air raid organized by the Aeroclub Royal de Belgique The registration and the plane disappeared in 1935 Coll Serge Van Heertum SBAP Percival P31C Proctor IV OO ARJ c n H642 Former RAF aircraft NP246 the plane was sold onto the British civil market Bought later on by Cogea Nouvelle the plane was registered OO ARJ on May 21st 1957 and based at Oostend airfield A few months later the aircraft was taken over by Publiciel and moved to Grimbergen airfield Finaly OO ARJ was dismantled at Grimbergen on February 4th 1970 Coll Serge Van Heertum SBAP Stinson SR 6 Reliant OO APM c n 9299 The plane was bought by a civilian owner Mr J Pessemeir on October 25 1934 The plane is seen here at Oostende airfield OO APM was most probably destroyed during the Second World War Coll Serge Van Heertum SBAP Noorduyn UC 64A Norsemann OO AAR c n 612 After a military career in the USAF as 44 70347 the plane was sold to the Belgian Air Union Company based at Knokke airfield The plane operated in Belgium between July 31 1946 and June 22 1950 Coll Serge Van Heertum SBAP Convair 440 Metropolitan OO TVG c n 404 Built in 1957 the plane was at first owned by the Spanish company Iberia as EC AMU later EC WMU Afterwards the plane was bought by Delta Air Transport based at Antwerpen Deurne airport The aircraft was delivered to this Belgian company in June 1972 In July 1973 the registration was modified into OO VGT The plane remained into service for the Belgian company until March 1977 and was then sold to the US company Air Resorts Airlines N44825 based at Santa Monica Coll Serge Van Heertum SBAP Airbus A300 B4 OO DLV c n 150 This aircraft operated first as passenger aircraft for Egyptair as from August 11th 1981 The aircraft was modified into freighter version in 1997 1998 A300B4 203F Its first freighter operator was Hunting Cargo Airlines EI EAA from April 7th 1998 on The plane was acquired by Air Contractors in August 1998 and flew for DHL On April 26 2002 the plane came to Belgium as OO DVL owned by European Air Transport EAT also a partner of DHL After this long career OO DVL was stored at

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