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Post by RAF99 » 13 Aug 2012, 14:21

What Callsigns Do RAF Use When They Land At Birmingham For Medivac Flights Or Any Other RAF Flights If Anybody Knows Please Reply Via Private Message Thanks

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Post by liamcarbin » 13 Aug 2012, 18:25

RAF99 wrote:What Callsigns Do RAF Use When They Land At Birmingham For Medivac Flights Or Any Other RAF Flights If Anybody Knows Please Reply Via Private Message Thanks
Dont quote me on this, but I think it is Ascot
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Post by packman » 05 May 2013, 14:59

sometimes they use helmed but not sure
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Post by Minus1 » 05 May 2013, 16:10

Either Ascot or Rafair

It's possible the same number may be used with either prefix. e.g. 'Ascot 1234' may be the same aircraft as 'Rafair 1234'.

It's just my impression, but I think Ascot might be used for internal UK flights, whereas Rafair is used for international flights, via civil airways.
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