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Map of Ximango Locations from FAA database 2011

Reload the page when finished to check if correct.");} Edited by rayjb60

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mu2pilot

Hey Ray, you missed me, N132SX, AMT 200S, Delaware Corp owns it, but it lives in Lake Suzy, Florida, just north 6 miles of PGD, Punta Gorda, Florida 3/4 way down Florida west coast. thanks. Jerry Downs TMGA member

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mu2pilot

Hey Ray, you missed me, N132SX, AMT 200S, Delaware Corp owns it, but it lives in Lake Suzy, Florida, just north 6 miles of PGD, Punta Gorda, Florida 3/4 way down Florida west coast. thanks. Jerry Downs TMGA member

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rayjb60

I'll map you. Are you a new owner?

The FAA database was current up to about Sept 2011 that I extracted the locations from.

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rayjb60

I'll map you. Are you a new owner?

The FAA database was current up to about Sept 2011 that I extracted the locations from.

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mu2pilot

No, not new. Owned N132SX 5 years. Downs aircraft of Delaware owns it. It lives in Florida.

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mu2pilot

No, not new. Owned N132SX 5 years. Downs aircraft of Delaware owns it. It lives in Florida.

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rayjb60

I see.

Its icon is located on the Map by the address of the FAA database Registered owner, not the physical location of the actual aircraft.

That explains why you don't see the plane where you expect it to be.

No matter, I can still place an icon at your planes location.

Thanks,

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rayjb60

I see.

Its icon is located on the Map by the address of the FAA database Registered owner, not the physical location of the actual aircraft.

That explains why you don't see the plane where you expect it to be.

No matter, I can still place an icon at your planes location.

Thanks,

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raytol

Hi Ray,

We have three Ximango's, a Grob 109 and a B model as well as two Dimona's and a Super Dimona at our airport called Camden, about 35 miles south west of Sydney, Australia. If you want to put us on your map.

Ray Tolhurst

VH-ZAK, VH-XJH

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raytol

Hi Ray,

We have three Ximango's, a Grob 109 and a B model as well as two Dimona's and a Super Dimona at our airport called Camden, about 35 miles south west of Sydney, Australia. If you want to put us on your map.

Ray Tolhurst

VH-ZAK, VH-XJH

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super_ximango

Hei Ray,

you missed me. How can i update the european page ;-)

My plane is a "AMT-200" Super Ximango with a Rotax 912/80

My location is GERMANY, near FRANKFURT at icao location indicator EDFC

Best regards

Hilmar

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super_ximango

Hei Ray,

you missed me. How can i update the european page ;-)

My plane is a "AMT-200" Super Ximango with a Rotax 912/80

My location is GERMANY, near FRANKFURT at icao location indicator EDFC

Best regards

Hilmar

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Wes

Just flew my Super Ximango 543X here from Florida. Now Based in FUL, Ca. Wes Warvi

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raytol

Hi Ray,

I have just bought the Ximango AMT-200 VH-KIR #068 that was damaged by an engine fire and reckless retrieval. Was originally based at Airlie Beach in Queensland, Australia.

I am looking at rebuilding it or part it out as spares. Does anyone have a contact for Claudio B Viana, the President of Group Aeromot?

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Martin Galligo
Hello to all the "scavengers" I am in Argentina, the only AMT 100 that is in flight in this country. The registration is LV ELA and I am in the province of Buenos Aires. In the Rivadavia gliders club.
Greetings to all
Martin Galligo

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