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Enstrom 280C Shark, G-GKAT, was first registered in 1980, as N5694Y, in Washington DC. Westland Gazelle HT.2, G-CBGZ, was built in 1982 and received its civil registration in 2001. WS Scout AH.1, XT626, of the AAC Historic Flight, returned on Friday with Alouette II, XR379.
German Army MBB Bö105P1A1, 86+51, flew from the Helicopter Training School in Bückeburg. Heliair's Bell 206B JetRanger 3, G-PERZ, based at Wellesbourne, arrived on the Friday. Bell 47G-5, G-BAXS, privately owned by Royden Kemp, was back in its regular parking bay.
MBB Bö.105DBS-4, G-NAAB, is owned by Bond Air Services and operated by Dorset & Somerset Air Ambulance. Westland Scout AH.1, G-CBUH, previously with the ETPS at Boscombe Down as XP849, now belongs to Christopher Marsden. This Eurocopter EC.135T-2,
G-WCAO, is crewed by officers from Gloucestershire Police and from Avon & Somerset Police.  
Thanks to Geoff Russell for above three photographs.
Alek Murzyn's Brantly B-2B, N276SA, was built in 1967 and is based in West Cornwall. Bell 206B JetRanger 3, G-BLGV, from Gloucestershire Airport, is operated by Heliflight (UK) Ltd.  Derek Pointon's Robinson R-22 Beta, G-ETIN, built in 1988 and previously registered N9081D.
AB-206B JetRanger 3, G-SPEY, flew in from near Stevenage on the Friday. Built in 1981. Ben Cope's Bug Mk.3, G-BXTV, evolved from his Mk.1 simulator displayed at Helidays in 2002. Robinson R-44 Raven, G-CDKY, belonging to Bernard Hunter of Edinburgh. Bought new in 2005.
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