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Topic: Any Way Of ID'ing An AA 767 With Reg Not Visible
Username: Alasdair1982
Posted 2009-02-22 10:40:23 and read 3540 times.

Got a picture of an AA 767 at SFO back in October but from the angle I got it, the left wing blocks out the registration number, is there any other way of possibly finding it out?

Thanks

Topic: RE: Any Way Of ID'ing An AA 767 With Reg Not Visible
Username: Dvincent
Posted 2009-02-22 10:44:59 and read 3535 times.

If you have the code (nose number) then you could.

Topic: RE: Any Way Of ID'ing An AA 767 With Reg Not Visible
Username: Oly720man
Posted 2009-02-22 10:46:42 and read 3533 times.

Can you see the nose undercarriage doors?


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Topic: RE: Any Way Of ID'ing An AA 767 With Reg Not Visible
Username: Alasdair1982
Posted 2009-02-22 11:03:26 and read 3520 times.

Got it, 329. Many thanks!

Topic: RE: Any Way Of ID'ing An AA 767 With Reg Not Visible
Username: Chase
Posted 2009-02-23 10:40:49 and read 3425 times.

Do you mean that for all of AA's 767s, the reg is "N" + nose number + "AA", with no oddballs?

Topic: RE: Any Way Of ID'ing An AA 767 With Reg Not Visible
Username: Oly720man
Posted 2009-02-23 11:41:34 and read 3406 times.



Quoting Chase (Reply 4):
Do you mean that for all of AA's 767s, the reg is "N" + nose number + "AA", with no oddballs?

Some are NxxxAN, but the xxx in the reg is on the nose


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N7375A has 375 on the nose door


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N39365 is 365


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