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Topic: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: AA737-823
Posted 2006-11-25 04:23:33 and read 2378 times.

Can anyone tell me which 757-224 flew ANC-SEA flight 223 on Tuesday, Nov 22 at 12:55am??

I tried diligently to find the registration myself, but it was dark at both Anchorage and Seattle.

Someone once pointed me to a website that listed the N numbers, but I found it to be inaccurate.

Thanks.

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: IAHcsr
Posted 2006-11-25 05:11:23 and read 2355 times.

I don't know the full Reg., but it was Ship 123 .. N??123.

After it arrived IAH, it turned CO 50 to EWR.  fluffy 

[Edited 2006-11-25 05:17:36]

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: EMBQA
Posted 2006-11-25 05:17:47 and read 2345 times.

Quoting AA737-823 (Thread starter):
I tried diligently to find the registration myself,

Look on the cockpit door next time. Continental and Expressjet are really good about have the tail number on a data tag mounted on the passenger side of the cockpit door. Also, Continentel and Expressjet jet use the first two numbers of the registration to identify the airframe type. So with IAH giving you the last three numbers, you'll just need to figure out what CO uses for the first two.

[Edited 2006-11-25 05:21:03]

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: AA737-823
Posted 2006-11-25 07:55:03 and read 2305 times.

But ya can't SEE the cockpit door panel when boarding/deplaning, because the door is OPEN.

You sure, IAHcsr?
Because that's what I'll put in my log...

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: N774UA
Posted 2006-11-25 09:24:17 and read 2290 times.

If it was ship 123, the reg. would have been N26123.

Regards
N774UA

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: IAHFLYR
Posted 2006-11-25 18:28:43 and read 2223 times.

Quoting EMBQA (Reply 2):
Look on the cockpit door next time. Continental and Expressjet are really good about have the tail number on a data tag mounted on the passenger side of the cockpit door. Also, Continentel and Expressjet jet use the first two numbers of the registration to identify the airframe type. So with IAH giving you the last three numbers, you'll just need to figure out what CO uses for the first two.

In the CO type numbering of the fleet the first 2 numbers of the "N" number have nothing to do with the aircraft type..you could have a tail number of N26126 as with this B752, and the next could be something like N34127....and the flight deck door would have 126 and 127 on the tag! The B733's are going to have the last 3 of the tail number 301, 302, etc., and so on, B735 are starting with 600's, B737 are starting with 700s', B738's are in the 200 series up to 299 then have gone to 500 numbers....so the first number of the data tag on the door as well as the nose gear doors for CO are the key to the aircraft type.

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: IAHcsr
Posted 2006-11-26 05:23:26 and read 2160 times.

Quoting AA737-823 (Reply 3):
You sure, IAHcsr?

Yep.. I'm as sure as the info in CO's official aircraft routing database for 22Nov.

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: Cactus739
Posted 2006-11-26 06:44:39 and read 2144 times.

Quoting AA737-823 (Reply 3):
But ya can't SEE the cockpit door panel when boarding/deplaning, because the door is OPEN.

You could always say "excuse me" and close the door....  Big grin

that would get people's attention.

Of course you wouldn't be taking that flight most likely.

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: LASOctoberB6
Posted 2006-11-26 09:24:38 and read 2121 times.

what would ship 108 be? it was a 757-224 flt 268 EWR-LAS on 11/25/06?? any help really would be appreciated!

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: LASOctoberB6
Posted 2006-11-26 09:54:33 and read 2111 times.

nevermind, i found it, its N21108

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: AA737-823
Posted 2006-11-26 23:45:02 and read 2064 times.

Quoting Cactus739 (Reply 7):
You could always say "excuse me" and close the door....

Yeah, I'll have to try that next time!!!!
I might make CNN news, too. That'd be nifty.

Topic: RE: CO Registration Check, Please
Username: XAAPB
Posted 2006-11-26 23:55:47 and read 2060 times.

Well actually N774UA can be right...If you checked this page, http://antonakis.co.uk/acars.php?page=request
put the flight number and then the date, the result is this one:
22nd November 2006
N26123
logged @ 12:32 GMT **4(27)
Hope it helps.
Cheers


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