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Piper PA.38-112 Tomahawk (38-79A0966)


Date: 04/1980

Location: BRU/EBBR

Photo: collection Skystef

Description: this factory fresh Piper was on October 18 1979 registered as "OO-HLG" to New European Air Services (N.E.A.S.) which was a Piper dealer for Europe. Shortly afterwards, on January 11 1980, it went as "OO-FLG" to Omni-Flight, a flight school established on October 1 1976 and based at Ghent airfield. Here it's seen such in the Piper Tomahawk livery without titles when still at the Piper facility at Brussels Airport.

Date: 08/1982

Location: -/EBGT

Photo: collection Skystef

Description: on June 10 1982 it migrated to Flanair, a small company for air baptisements based at Ghent airfield and later Wevelgem airport, here seen with small "Flanair" titles in the back above the cheatline (see also upper left inset). From April 1986 onwards it was put for sale and on February 18 1988 it was cancelled to Eire as "EI-BVK" for private user Brian Dillon retaining the same outfit but without titles.


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