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  • RA-1324G Delisted

    The latest Russian aircraft register (dated 23-Nov-2018) no longer lists Gazelle RA-1324G.

    Her fate is currently unknown to me.

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    • Savoia
      Savoia commented
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      Grazie Jos, will make some enquiries.



  • Left-handing a Serbian Gazelle (Photo by Paolo Squintone, taken in November 2018)


    Close-up of G-CDNO's rotorhead


    SA341G G-WDEV (WA1098) as seen at Knocksedan Heliport in Dublin on 25th April 2007 (Photo by Ken Meegan)


    SA341B VH-OIZ (WA1682) as seen at Jamestown, Australia on 21st October 2018 (Photo by Andrew Lesty)




    Check out the latest Gazelle for sale at the GazMart.

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    • Helipixman
      Helipixman commented
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      G-CDNO great way to smuggle moonshine !

    • Savoia
      Savoia commented
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      Ha ha, indeed! That would be moonshine which is shaken and seriously stirred!



  • Avia member Anja flying the Gaz, plus her latest TV interview:


    Anja in a Gaz (Photo by Salinger Igor)


    Anja flying a Gaz (Photo by ​Salinger Igor)

    Anja's latest interview:

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    • Cypriot Air Force SA342L1 '353' as seen in November 2018 (Photo by Hilco Schight)




      SA341G N9000E (cn.1471) NFI

      N9000E seen here with cargo hook, but sadly, little further information.

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    • SA342J 2-WILD (cn.1695) (Photo by Renaud Canivet)

      We need XB's help with the date and location of this shot!


      XX444 as seen at RAF Wattisham in November 2018

      I 'think' this craft (possibly not operational) was involved in an arranged photoshoot at Wattisham.


      Egyptian Gazelle on blocks in November 2018 (Photo by Philip Faik)


      Quilted top now available with embroidered Gaz

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      • xbdt
        xbdt commented
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        2-WILD at Cannes-Mandelieu Airport, October 2018.

      • Zishelix
        Zishelix commented
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        Some interesting pics here, thanks Sav!

      • Savoia
        Savoia commented
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        Grazie XB!

    • First appearance of Gazelle 'Sharks' over Cornwall in August 1975

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      • Savoia
        Savoia commented
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        Very nice!



    • Serbian Air Force SA342L1 12890 (cn.134) as seen in Serbia in 2018 (Photo by Milos Zivadinovic)




      A fleet of digital Polish Gazelles

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      • It's time for Snow Gazelle pics

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        • Savoia
          Savoia commented
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          Still a wee bit early, but most enjoyable nonetheless!








      • SA342 Gazelle Viviane's from 3rd Régiment d’Hélicoptères de Combat on exercise in the UK (North England and southern Scotland) with No. 18 Squadron RAF during exercise 'Iron Python' in November 2018 (Photos by Corporal Rob Travis)

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        • SA341B ZB678 (WA1979) as seen over Thirlmere reservoir (and quite close to the road) in Cumbria on 3rd December 2018
          (Photo by Neil Kerr)


          It is possible that this Gaz spent some time in Cyprus with 16 Flight in the 1990's.



          SA341G(S) YU-HWF (cn.1407) as seen at Newcastle Airport on 1st November 2015 (Photo by Peter)

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          • G-CBJZ


            SA341D G-CBJZ (WA1734) as seen at Hamburg Airport on 25th June 2016 (Photo by Dustin Hackert)

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            • G-BZYD Impending Change of Ownership

              One to look out for .... SA341B G-BZYD (cn.1648 ex-UK Army XZ329) is undergoing an ownership change. Has been registered to Aerocars of Wantage in Oxfordshire since 2001.

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              • Savoia
                Savoia commented
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                Grazie Elipix!



            • Royal Navy Sea Kings, with a Wessex and a Gazelle from RNAS Culdrose, over St Michaels Mount in March 1986.

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              • Originally posted by Helipixman View Post
                One to look out for .... SA341B G-BZYD (cn.1648 ex-UK Army XZ329) is undergoing an ownership change. Has been registered to Aerocars of Wantage in Oxfordshire since 2001.
                Is perhaps the new owner named Carl?


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                • Helipixman
                  Helipixman commented
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                  That would make the new owner Carl Meek.

                  He has previously owned G-MEEK, an Enstrom 480 which he may have purchased as N485A from aviaforan MD600driver.
                  Also currently registered to him is G-BSDZ Enstrom 280FX

                  Helipixman
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