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  • Newly Registered

    ZU-ROR, SA341B Gazelle AH1, c/n 1994; ex N685ZB, ZB685; registered 01-Mar-2021


    New Ownership

    N1433W, SA341F2, c/n 1433; to Kim Tschetter, Huron (South Dakota); 22-Mar-2021

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    • Zishelix
      Zishelix commented
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      Jos, many thanks for your valuable up-to-date contributions to this thread!

    • Helipixman
      Helipixman commented
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      Thanks Jos

      How do you manage to find out about the new South African registrations ? The official site still down ?

      Glad to see N1433W new owner is now also official, it had been noted a while ago as a potential change.

    • Rotorspot
      Rotorspot commented
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      I have my contacts (or spies, whatever you want to name them).



  • SA341G c/n 1003 N341FR NFI

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    • Savoia
      Savoia commented
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      Fantastico Zis! 👍



  • SA341B ZB691 (WA2006) as seen at SPTA on 29th March 2021 (Photo by Peter Reoch)




    3e RHC SA342M on board the ship 'Siroco' NFI




    Chinese Gazelles NFI




    SA341G(S) N123TY (cn.1264) as seen Stateside c.1970's

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    • Cancellations

      Cancelled from the Russian aircraft register, somewhere between 14-Jan-2021 and 25-Feb-2021:

      - RA-05703 SA341B Gazelle AH1, c/n 1524
      - RA-1314G SA341G, c/n ????

      Doe anyone know the fate of these aircraft?

      Cancelled from the Russian aircraft register, somewhere between 25-Feb-2021 and 30-Mar-2021:

      - RA-05710 SA341G, c/n 055; did become TL-WJU
      - RA-1347G SA341G, c/n 087

      Does anyone know the fate of the latter one?

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      • md600driver
        md600driver commented
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        Surely they must be 341H not 341G as those serial numbers are Yugo and they didn’t make any 341G

      • Savoia
        Savoia commented
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        Yes, 'H' models.

        087 has been up for sale on the GazMart for a while: http://www.aviafora.com/forums/forum...1284#post11284

      • Rotorspot
        Rotorspot commented
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        They definitely were 341H models while still in military service. But many of those ended up on civil registers with the type being mentioned as 341G models.



    • SA341C RA-05708 (WA1045) as seen in Abkhazia in March 2021




      The 342 'Phantom Gaz' as seen at Gostilitsy Airfield in St. Petersburg on 3rd April 2021




      SA341D G-TSTR ZB625 (WA1905) as seen at Thruxton on 1st April 2021 (Photo by Mark Harris)




      SA341B ZB691 (WA2006) as seen at SPTA on 2nd April 2021 (Photo by Mark Harris)




      A quartet of Serbian Air Force Gazelles depart from Batajnica Air Base in March 2021

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      • Wishing our members and visitors a very



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        • SA342M HA-HSG (cn.3615) as seen at Breighton on 1st April 2021 (Photo by Matt Hallam)




          SA341G RA-07822 (WA1073) as seen in Kaluga,
          western Russia on 4th March 2021





          SA341D G-ONNE (WA1089) as seen over Mutlow Hill
          in South Cambridgeshire on 30th March 2021





          SA341F2 N383GZ (cn.1383) start and depart from
          Whiteman Airport in Los Angeles on 22 January 2021

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          • SA341D G-TSTR ex-ZB625 (WA1905) as seen at Thruxton on 29th March 2021 (Photo by Chris Gilligan)




            SA341B's XW911 with XZ316 departing Shoreham Airfield in November 1997




            SA341H HA-LFN (cn.045) as seen in Hungry on 2nd September 2020 (Photo by Colin Penny)




            Gazelles at Bourne Park in January and March 2021

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            • Helipixman
              Helipixman commented
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              I thought the Gazelle Squadron had moved out of Bourne Park ?

            • Savoia
              Savoia commented
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              That would be interesting to know, keep us posted please! 👍



          • Just noted in an aviation monthly (Air Britain News)

            N342MR SA342M Gazelle (3956) arrived in Belgium from the USA in a container in 11.20 ?

            XZ290 taken out of storage at Fleetlands and was being serviced there in 1.21

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            • Savoia
              Savoia commented
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              Grazie Elipix, much appreciated! 👍



          • SA341B ZB689 (WA689) as seen at Belfast Airport on 4th September 2006 (Photo by Maarten Peters)




            SA341C RA-05708 (WA1045) as seen in Abkhazia on 4th April 2021




            SA341F2 ZU-HHP (cn.1597) as seen at Nylstroom Airfield on 18th July 2015 (Photo by Garth Calitz)

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            • Niger Air Force SA342 MHE as seen at Aéroport de Marseille on 2nd April 2021 (Photo by Damien Fournier)




              SA341F2 F-MBDA (cn.1175) as seen at Liège-Bierset Airport in Belgium on 13th May 2007 (Photo by Ad Vercruijsse)




              SA341B ZA772 (WA1814) as seen at RAF Fairford on 13th July 2018 (Photo by Kevin Slade)




              SA341G) G-GAZI (cn.1136) as seen at Teuge Airport in the Netherlands on 12th April 2003 (Photo by Johan Hetebrij)

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              • SA341G N505HA (cn.1022) as seen at Breighton on 31st March 2007 (Photo by Richard Flagg)


                SA341C XX391 (WA1299) as seen at RNAS Portland on 24th July 1976 (Photo by Peter Foster)




                N341RD landing in Florida in March 2020


                Armée de Terre Gazelles at RAF Northolt in 2016

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                • SA341B ZA775 (WA1817) as seen near former RAF Ballykelly in Northern Ireland on 7th April 2021 (Photo by John Purvis)


                  BAGs at Farnborough in July 2006 (Photo by John Dixon)

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