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Topic: Aircraft Reg. Number
Username: Tcfc424
Posted 2003-12-21 06:22:34 and read 1582 times.

I received the flight dispatch for two flights (LAS-MEM-AUS) on NW/Pinnacle. I searched the Pinnacle A/C reg number and instantly came up with a/c info, but on the NW flight (An A320) it simply says 3273...I searched this reg # and found Cessna's Piper's and home-built a/c's...Any help would be appreciated

Topic: RE: Aircraft Reg. Number
Username: Nycfuturepilot
Posted 2003-12-21 07:18:10 and read 1568 times.

how do you find the reg number?

Topic: RE: Aircraft Reg. Number
Username: COAB767
Posted 2003-12-21 07:26:48 and read 1563 times.

tcfc424: 3273 is the ship number of the aircraft you were on from LAS-MEM N373NW. Hopefully this helps you out, by the way where did you find the reg number?

Topic: RE: Aircraft Reg. Number
Username: Tcfc424
Posted 2003-12-21 18:11:46 and read 1511 times.

I found the reg. number on the third line of the flight dispatch, which looks like this:

**********************************************
FLT RELEASE NUMBER: 01 TIME 0135:08 ON 12/16
**********************************************

NORTHWEST DISPATCH RELEASE

FLT NWA524/15DEC03 SHIP 3273 A320 CFM56-5-A3

Topic: RE: Aircraft Reg. Number
Username: BR715-A1-30
Posted 2003-12-21 21:48:47 and read 1466 times.

The DC9s are similar. I have 9949, 9955 and a few others memorized and photographized.(If that is even a word)


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