Overfliers

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Hi, Time to be vague, but I regularly see some nice, low, big beauts over my house in the mornings and was wondering if anyone could identify their destination, I can only say they come from LGW or LHR, Details of this mornings: - Time: 0640-0643 - Type: B777 & B747 - Airline: British Airways - Location: Just south of London City Airport - Heading: Turning from a North-Easterly heading (only about 015-020) onto a Westerly heading) All help would be nice, just to quench my curiousity, Wozza
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I Think there destination will be the middle east, Asia and down under I also have a load off BA 747 & 777 fly over my house aswel I also have lots of STN LGW LHR LCY LTN Traffic and much more fly over my house James

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I Think there destination will be the middle east, Asia and down under I also have a load off BA 747 & 777 fly over my house aswel I also have lots of STN LGW LHR LCY LTN Traffic and much more fly over my house James
I reckon I have a fair amount of this traffic myself, the LCY traffic being nice and low with the aformentioned planes very low in the mornings and was wondering if it was possible to pinpoint the exact aircraft, Wozza
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no 747s from LGW if that helps. B777s at Gatwick
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No heavies leave LHR before 8am and the first one out is a AA 772. Nick

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Perhaps these were inbounds ?

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Around my school area (near Bournemouth) i see many heavies at around 10.30-12.00 including Virgin Atlantic A340-600 and 747-400, AA 777 and a few unidentified 767's. I suppose they r heading for the Carrebean or North America