Monday, 30 May 2011

30th May 2011

N168CW TBM7 Dundee to Bournemouth

N225CC Falcon 10 Goose Bay to Sondre Stromfjord then Reykavjik then Stansted

N239JP C425 Iqaluit to Sondre Stromfjord then Reykavjik then Wick

N801LR Dash 8 Stornoway to Reykavjik

N850WM TBM8 Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq then Reykajvik then Prestwick

29th May 2011

N168CW TBM7 Reykavjik to Dundee

N702RS SF340 Reykavjik to Prestwick

Sunday, 29 May 2011

28th May 2011

Plenty of Ferry Flights across the Atlantic the highlight been N6408C Beech 350 routing through the Azores on delivery to Algeria.

N1RQ PA46 Reykavjik to Wick then Antwerp

N2412G PA46 Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq then Reykavjik then Wick

N371MX Fokker 100 Goose Bay to Keflavik

N6408C Beech 350 Bangor to The Azores

N644CK SR22 Iqaluit to Sondre Stromfjord

N702RS Saab 340 Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq then Reykavjik

Friday, 27 May 2011

N876CA Dash 8

Another ex Austrian Dash 8 Pictured arriving at Prestwick en route a new life in the states. Pictured here 27th May 2011

Photo by John Wilson.

27th May 2011

N700SY TBM700 Prestwick to Lodz

PCH289 + PCH295 PC12 Stans to Aberdeen then Reykavjik

N876CA DHC8 Innsbruck to Prestwick

N409P Beech 36 Goose Bay to Paamiut

N700SY TBM700

Pictured here is Socata TBM700 N700SY At Prestwick May 26th 2011. Arrving from Goose Bay and Reykavjik departing the next day to LODZ in Poland.

Photo Credit John Wilson

26th May 2011

N700SY TBM7 Goose Bay to Reykavjik then Prestwick

N200LN SR22 Iqaluit to Sondre Stromfjord

N318CH SR22 Reykavjik to Wick then Groningen

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

25th May 2011

N318CH SR22 Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq

N700SY TBM7 Bangor to Goose Bay

24th May 2011

C-GKBV DHC6 Prestwick to Keflavik

Monday, 23 May 2011

RA-76952 IL76

Cracking shot of this Ilyushin IL76 RA-76952 arriving at Prestwick on 22nd May 2011. Having diverted in due to the Ash Cloud over Iceland

Photo thanks to John Wilson

N449GA G200

Another New ferry flight through Prestwick this time G200 N449GA in green primer. Heading from Ben Gurion and out to Halifax following day.
Seen here 22nd May 2011

Photo By John Wilson.


Twin Otter C-GKBV Seen here attempting to Depart Prestwick for Keflavik. Having to return to stand due to Iceland been closed due to the Ash cloud. Pictured here at Prestwick 23rd May 2011

Photo John Wilson

23rd May 2011

N600CF C560 Reyakvjik to Luton

22nd May 2011

N4256H Mooney KHYA to Shannon

Saturday, 21 May 2011

21st May 2011

N437YV Dash 8 Prestwick to Luxembourg

N850NR TBM8 Tarbes to Prestwick then Reykavjik then BGPT

N990H PC12 Geneva to Prestwick then Reyakvjik

N908ER Diamond DA42 Reyakvjik to Wick then Dortmund

C-GKBV DHC6 Dubrovnik to Prestwick

Friday, 20 May 2011

20th May 2011

SXA823 DHC8 Goose Bay to Narsarusaq then Reykavjik then Prestwick (N437YV)

N908ER DA42 Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq

N850SN TBM Tarbes to Prestwick then Reykavjik

Wednesday, 18 May 2011

17th May 2011

N4200 Phenom Prestwick to LIMP

N331BV A319 Keflavik to Shannon

Monday, 16 May 2011

16th May 2011

N990H PC12 Reykavjik to Dublin then Geneva

N4200 Phenom Iqaluit to Sondre then Reykavjik then Prestwick
on delivery to??

N613ES C182 St Johns to The Azores

HB-LTW DA42 Narsarsuaq to Goose Bay

Sunday, 15 May 2011

15th May 2011

N977SR Cirrus SR22 Prestwick to Blackpool

N133DR PA32 Kemble to Kassel

N402XT B400 Keflavik to Geneva

N406KA B200 Liverpool to Geneva

14th May 2011

N133DR PA32 Stornoway to Kemble

C-FLRY SW3 Tenerife to Exeter then Reyakvjik

N402XT B400 Goose Bay to Keflavik

N977SR Cirrus SR22 Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq then Reykavjik and Prestwick

N990H PC12 Goose Bay to Reykavjik

Friday, 13 May 2011

Friday 13th May 2011

N977SR Cirrus SR22 Bangor to Goose Bay

N406KA Beech 200 Keflavik to Liverpool

N502FS Casa 212 Goose Bay to Reykavjik

N2696S Casa 235

A westbound Casa 235 fuel stopping at Prestwick. This one N2696S pictured here arriving at Prestwick on 12th May 2011.

Photo: John Wilson


Pictured arriving at Prestwick 12th May 2011. N271EE TBM Arriving from the Factory at Tarbes and departing after fueling to Reykavjik.

Credit John Wilson

N906CS Cessna 206

Seen pictured at Guernsey Yesterday 12th May 2011. N906CS Cessna 206 arriving from a Mamoth flight from Gander.

Credit: Andy Ozanne

Thursday, 12 May 2011

PJ-MDE MD82 Insel Air

A lovely shot of the Insel Air MD82 Departing Prestwick on the 12th May 2011.

12th May 2011

N2696S Casa 235 Prague to Prestwick

N271EE TBM850 Tarbes to Prestwick then Reykavjik

N906CS Cessna 206 Gander to Guernsey

N537CA SR22 Blackbushe to Albenga

N1RQ PA46 Wick to Keflavik

N311LJ Lear Jet 24 Reykavjik to Aberdeen then Pori

11th May 2011

BFO480 CL415 Manchester to Malaga

N395EU Beech 36 Reykavjik to Stornoway then Oxford

N311LJ Lear 24 Goose Bay to Sondre Stromfjord

N699TT Beech 90 Gloucester to Prestwick then Reykavjik

Wednesday, 11 May 2011

N699TT Beech 90

An eastbound crosser this time. N699TT Beech 90 ex LZ-ADK heading back stateside. Pictured here 11th May 2011 at PRestwick before heading off to Iceland

Photo Thanks to John Wilson.

Tuesday, 10 May 2011

PJ-MDE MD82 Insel Air

Exotic Registered MD82 seen here arriving at Prestwick on the Evening of 10th May 2011. The aircraft is ex Alitalia and heading for Insel Air.

Phoe: John Wilson

84-0095 C-21A

A Nice USAF Lear Jet (C21) visiting Prestwick on the 10th May 2011 on a Reach Callsign. This one arriving from Iceland.

Photo By John Wilson

10th May 2011

BFO490 Cl415 Reykavjik to Manchester

Monday, 9 May 2011

9th May 2011

BFO480 CL415 St Johns to Narsarsuaq (For Morocco)

N395EU Beech 36 Iqaluit to Sondre Stromfjord.

2 US Army C12s

Passing eastbound through Prestiwck 9th May 2011 84-0143 and 84-0146 westbound. Arriving from Weisbaden



Photos Thanks to John Wilson

Sunday, 8 May 2011

N100EQ Phenom

Seen arriving at Prestwick 8th May 2011 phenom N100EQ arriving from Reykavjik and departing to Toussus.

Photo By John Wilson

VP-CPX Pilatus PC12

Registered in the Cayman Islands this Pilatus PC12 seen arriving at Prestwick on the 5th May. This particular PC12 having visited Prestwick many time previously in its Previous Guise as C-FPXY.

Photo by John Wilson

06-4632 C-130J

One of a few C130Js that passed through Prestwick Recently. Seen Here 06-4632 C130 J at Prestwick on Frday 6th May

Photo Credit John Wilson

N857CA Dash 8

Passing through Prestwick on 7th May leaving the Austrian Arrows Fleet N857CA Dash 8 en route to a new life in the States. Seen here arriving from Innsbruck and Departing to Reykavjik, Iceland.

ex Austrian Arrows De Haviland Dash 8

Photo Credit John Wilson

8th May 2011

N100EQ Phenom Reykavjik to Prestwick then Toussus

N789JK PA46 Reykavjik to Wick then Luxembourg

7th May 2011

N789JK PA46 Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq then Reykavjik

N100EQ Phenom Goose Bay to Narsarsuaq then Reykavjik

N857CA Dash 8 Innsbruck to Prestwick then Reykavjik

Thursday, 5 May 2011

5th May 2011

N259CC Cessna 208 Reykavjik to Bergen

VP-CPX PC12 Reykavjik to Prestwick then Islay

166474 UC35 USMC

This rare USMC UC35 serial 166474 Passed eastbound on 3rd May 2011 departing the nest morning.

166474 Citation UC35 US Marine Corp

N90NZ Beech 90

Seen here arriving at Prestwick from Reykavjik on Sunday 1st May departing the following morning to France.

N90NZ Beech 90 King Air

Photo Credit: John Wilson

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

4th May 2011

N6062V Beech 350 Reykavjik to Wick then Munich

PT-PUB Phenom flies around a bit - Luton, Farnborough, Zurich

N259CC Cessna 208 Iqaluit to Sondre Stromfjord

N60MJ Beech 1900 Goose Bay to Reykavjik

VP-CPX PC12 Iqaluit to Reykavjik

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

N535PN Beech 300

A 'us Army' Operated Beech 300 Headin westbound through Prestwick on the 30th April on a CROOK Callsign. This one in a Civillian Scheme.

Beech King Air 300 US Army

Credit John Wilson

3rd May 2011

N259CC Cessna 208 CYGL to Iqaluit

N332SB C525 Reykavjik to Biggin Hill

N440PK SR22 Reykavjik to Wick then Groningen

N6062V Beech 350 Goose Bay to Reykavjik

C-FEYG Dash 8

Seen here arriving at Prestwick on the 2nd May 2011 C-FEYG Dash 8 returning to Canada after United Nations in Warmer Climates. C-FEYG Arrived from Geneva and departed to Iceland.

Photo Credit : John Wilson

Monday, 2 May 2011

How to Get Cheap Flights to Las Vegas

How to Get Cheap Flights to Las Vegas
By []Robert Amobi

Finding cheap flights is a great way to save some money when planning your vacation. If you can save some money here then you will have more money to play with. Smart thinking! So how can you get cheap flights to Las Vegas? There are several things you can do.

First of all, and this might already be general knowledge, avoid weekend travel and plan to arrive in Las Vegas sometime during the week. Why? Every Jim, John and Harry wants to get away for the weekend on Friday or Saturday. The airlines don't need to make any accommodations to fill up the planes and can afford to disregard passengers looking for a discount. On Sundays, most people are on their way home because it's back to work on Monday. So, ticket prices begin to go up on Thursday, skyrocket on Friday and Saturday, and then begin to show a slight decrease on Sunday. So the best days to purchase tickets to Las Vegas are Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday.

Plan your stay in Vegas to include the weekend. Try, at least, to stay through Saturday night, which is the busiest time for airlines and the most expensive day to travel.

Book your flight as far ahead of time as possible. The earlier you can book your flight the bigger the discount you can get. On the flip side, if you are a last minute sort of person, you may be able to get a good deal very close to your travel date. This is because, at almost zero hour, the airline is trying to fill up empty seats. This method of purchase is risky, however, and not all companies do this.

Look out for special deals. Airlines usually offer knockdown prices during the slow periods. If you are not particular about when you want to get to Sin City then this is be a good option for you. Remember, Las Vegas is buzzing with action all year round. To stay informed of these deals, subscribe to airline newsletters and alerts and check rel=nofollow regularly.

Look into combining packages. Some companies offer reservations for hotels and car rentals as well as flights. If you book one or more of their services, they will offer you a discount.

If you have ever considered buying time-shares in Las Vegas then you may want to combine business with pleasure. In a bid to attract buyers, some real estate companies will fly you out and put you up free so you can get a taste of the Vegas lifestyle. The only requirements are that you fit into a specified income group, take a serious look at what they have to offer and listen to the sales pitch. A word of warning though, make sure you are serious about making a purchase and do not try to take these companies for a ride. Read the fine print. Some companies will charge you for the flight and accommodation if you don't buy what they are selling.

Most importantly, shop around and visit rel=nofollow regularly for on going specials and other guides on how to get discount hotel rooms, how to get around Las Vegas, how to entertain kids, how to get married, how to get free stuff and many many more from Las Vegas.

Robert Amobi

Article Source: [] How to Get Cheap Flights to Las Vegas

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Sunday, 1 May 2011

HB-FRK Pilatus PC12 500th PC12

Nice photo of the Pilatus PC12 HB-FRK passing through Prestwick. CallSign Pilatus 600 the 500th Pilatus PC12 Built.

Passed through Prestwick back in 2004

Photo Credit John Wilson