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Aerosoft Airport: Brussels International (for MFS)


Mathijs Kok
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Some more images. :)

We are aware of errors etc. Everything is work-in-progress and not may not be representative of the finished product. Clutter is yet to be removed from the ground poly. Default buildings may be observed in some images, but they will be removed shortly. ;)

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I can see on the picture that you can even look trough the glass, cool! :)

And another suggestion: just a detail, but at the daytime the lights on the ATC tower are different from night.

Daytime: 2 bright white lights on the roof of the tower blinking every 2/3 seconds.

Night: 3 Bright red lights, and some lights shining down.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/00/Verkeerstoren_Brussels_Airport.jpg

http://users.telenet.be/stevendumon/images/EBBR-tower.jpg

Day and night: A red light on the roof antenna.

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All I found out is that it's a rather new building. In Google Streetview it's nothing but a grass field (the GA-terminal next to it is under construction). In Google Maps with satellite images it's under construction and in Google Earth it's finished.

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It seems to me that this is a new building from the Abelag company.

Here is a news item from their website

http://www.abelag.be/newspost/opening-of-the-brand-new-fbo-at-brussels-airport#more-932

The building to the left is also from Abelag and is on all my old photo's from the years 2009 and 2010.

The street view photos are from 2010 so the this building must be the one from the news item.

I hope to get some info from inside Abelag in a few days.

Kind regards

Jorik

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Near the general aviation terminal Apron 52/53. Must been built in 2013. Strange as it even isn't mentioned in actual airport charts.

I just found a picture of the hangar in the building face on the Facebook of Abelag company.

The picture dates from 12 september 2012 and shows the hangar frame and the entrance gate (to the left of the picture) between the old and new hangar.

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So we are sure this building is used by Abelag.

Kind regards

Jorik

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Does anybody have any information or pictures about this building? We cannot find any information on it.

Any help greatly appreciated. Just PM me.

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I remember something from the tour saturday on my visit at EBBR, it is a new hanger for ABELAG. -> http://www.msb.be/MSB/Blog/Entries/2013/2/7_Abelag_neemt_nieuwe_hangar_in_gebruik.html (dutch). I hope this is useful :). If you've asked it before last saturday i could have get extra information about this :). Hangar name is 28. You can also check their facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/abelagaviation

Check also their website: http://www.abelag.be/technics/business-aviation

If you guys want to ask something else, we are here to help with a smile!

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