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Topic: AA Fokker 100 Registrations
Username: Pilottim747
Posted 2004-01-23 22:40:40 and read 2517 times.

Looking through the Bureau of Transportation Statistics website (www.bts.gov) I've noticed that the registrations stored in their databases for Fokker 100 flights on AA are all messed up. Their databases give registrations in a N***AA format (ex. N5ESAA). Any one know how they got this information? Is there a way to decode these into the actual aircraft registration?

pilottim747

Topic: RE: AA Fokker 100 Registrations
Username: FlagshipAZ
Posted 2004-01-24 00:41:43 and read 2490 times.

Try this link. It'll list all 75 known F-100 registrations along with the fleet number. You'll be able to figure it out once you look at it long enough. BTW, scroll down to the F-100 fleet once you're in. It'll start with the DC-3s first. Regards.

http://www.geocities.com/~aeromoe/fleets/aa.html

Topic: RE: AA Fokker 100 Registrations
Username: Pilottim747
Posted 2004-01-24 01:10:34 and read 2475 times.

Thanks FlagshipAZ!

Now I've got the regs for the majority of my F100 flights, all on American. Hopefully I'll be able to fit one more flight in before American retires them.


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Topic: RE: AA Fokker 100 Registrations
Username: SFOJFK
Posted 2004-01-24 04:32:09 and read 2441 times.

I talked to an flight attendant on Wednesday about the F100 retirements. She said the last flight should be sometime in Oct. I'm really going to miss them; I like them a lot more than RJs. A lot of the F100 routes are going to go to Eagle with ERJs and CRJs.


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