On Saturday (9 November) we were heading for Tanagra early. The gates were to open at 9 so we tried to be there in time and wait. The skies were blue again and allowed for shots to be worn. At 9 o’clock we drove our cars in front of the gate and were allowed on base. The crew of the two vans were the first to walk on the platform. A lot of aircraft were parked here, including a number of older aircraft; F-104G, TF-104G, F-102A, T-33A, CL-13, C-47B and two Mirage F1CG in special colours. All was positioned in such a way that photography was perfect. This also applied to the Mirage 2000 parked in the shelters. After that we headed for the second destination; the museum at Tatoi. While there were hardly any people at Tanagra, it was very crowded at Tatoi. The museum storage area was also open to the public. We did the museum and tried to capture the parked T-41Ds, with the help of a Hellenic Air Force officer. We got close but were stopped by a security guy. Then onto the third base of the day; Elefsis. We visited two F-104Gs on our way there. Soon after our arrival at Elefsis security guys appeared to be nervous. Climbing onto a small hill to capture a C-130 was out of bounds. The platform also contained a VIP ERJ-135. No go, no photos. Some even had to remove photos after being inspected. Since we had enough daylight time left and needed to go to Athens anyway we decided to visit the war-museum in the city. After this museum and viewing the Acropolis we searched for two Dakota’s. One is in the backyard of a restaurant (not good for photos) while the other was parked better and photography is better. At the old airport of Heraklion four aircraft are parked on the ramp. A nice addition for the civil spotters. The ride to the hotel in Athens city was hectic, especially for the second car which had to keep an eye on the first one. Eventually we ended up at our hotel though. It was 18.45 by then, so still rather early. After inspecting the hotel rooms we ventured into town as a group for a nice dinner.