Ground and Aerial pictures
Ground and Aerial pictures
All data is based on the Freedom Of Information (FOI) listings as published by 309th AMARG
CURRENT TOTAL AIRCRAFT
The large facility of the Aircraft Maintenance And Regenration Group (AMARG) is devided into a number of area’s. The area’s serve different purposes (e.g. long-tem storage or reclamation). We have used the latest AMARG inventory publications and linked the data to all the area’s below. When you click a link you will see a list of all airframes currently parked in that specific area.
When no results are shown it means that currently no aircraft are parked in this area (at least not recorded on the AMARG inventory listing).
For the interactive maps we devided the AMARG facility into three different area’s: East Side Area, West Side Area and the Process Ramp Area. On these interactive maps you will see blinking hotspots which are linked to the detailed inventory listing of that specific area.
Disclaimer: please note that the monthly FOI listings are unfortunately not always 100% accurate and may not be in accordance with the actual situation on the ground. In some cases, aircraft are added to the list some time after their actual arrival-date at the facility. Likewise, in some cases aircraft are taken off the inventory list and are placed on a so-called “sub-inventory” list. In those cases, the aircraft are still physically at the facility. Consequently, the data provided on this website can only be used as an indication of what is or was actually present at any given date!
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On a monthly basis we receive the latest freedom of information list from 309th AMARG and process this information into easy searchable databases. This list shows the latest additions compared to the list of the previous month.
On a monthly basis we receive the latest freedom of information list from 309th AMARG and process this information into easy searchable databases. This list shows the latest removals compared to the list of the previous month.
On a monthly basis we receive the latest freedom of information list from 309th AMARG and process this information into easy searchable databases. This list shows the full inventory of the aircraft currently parked at the facility.
Since late 2012 we are keeping track of AMARG inventories and we merge all the historical information into one searchable database. You can now perform all kinds of different queries.
We have created interactive maps, which allow you to click on the different parking areas and to see what is currently parked in a specific area (based on the latest freedom of information list from 309th AMARG).
On the AMARG facility airplanes are maintained, cleaned or simply moved to other locations as before. This overwiew show all the changed locations.
This overview shows the total numbers of airframes; sorted on total numbers.
Here you will find the details on the quantities; sorted by type.
This overview shows the number of airframes parked on the AMARG facility; sorted by area
This overview shows the number of airframes parked in the different area’s; sorted by type
In these overviews you will find a full list of all arrived/removed aircraft in the selected year.
Green marked aircraft are new arrivals while the red ones have been removed from the list (in most cases departed or scrapped, in some cases administratively moved to the so called “sub-inventory list” when converting to drone at the facility). Orange marked (REMOVAL*) aircraft are unclear at this point in time as the exact departure date is unknown, so adaptation of the original 309th FOI listings could have been just before- or after the selected year.