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User currently offlineNASOCEANA From United States of America, joined exactly 9 years ago today! , 291 posts, RR: 0
Posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 64323 times:

Which Fortune 500 Companies have the largest Corporate/Business Jet Fleets, excluding the fractional ownership companies (i.e. NetJets)? I believe that FedEx has 11 Corporate/Business Jets.


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User currently offlinesw733 From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 6301 posts, RR: 9
Reply 1, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 11 hours ago) and read 64309 times:

Quoting NASOCEANA (Thread starter):
Which Fortune 500 Companies have the largest Corporate/Business Jet Fleets, excluding the fractional ownership companies (i.e. NetJets)? I believe that FedEx has 11 Corporate/Business Jets.

Would not surprise me if it is some oil company like Conoco-Phillips or ExxonMobil. They are the ones still making the big bucks even in this economy.


User currently offlineYflyer From United States of America, joined Feb 2007, 1003 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 64228 times:

Intel has a fleet of 6 ERJ-135s and at least one Beech 1900 that they use as corporate shuttles.


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User currently offlineua777222 From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 3348 posts, RR: 11
Reply 3, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 64220 times:

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User currently offlineua777222 From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 3348 posts, RR: 11
Reply 4, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 64141 times:

Let's do this from the top:

#1 Wal-Mart: 18 US Registered Aircraft

1x Global Express
8x LearJet 45
8x LearJet 31A
1x Beach B200

#2 Exxon: 14 US Registered Aircraft

2x Global Express
4x Challenger 300
4x Sikorsky Choppers
3x Bell 206
1x Bell 430

#3 Chevron: 55 US Registered Aircraft

3x G550
1x GIV
2x G150
1x C206
1x B1900
47x Rotorcraft (Approx)

#4 General Electric: Exact Unknown (They are a holding company/lender)

3x Challenger 600
3x Global Express
2x Sikorsky Choppers

#5 BofA: Unkown

Handful of Falcon 900s for sale.

#6 ConocoPhillips: 5 US Registered Aircraft

2x Falcon 2000
1x Falcon 50
2x G450

Pass off.



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User currently offlinesw733 From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 6301 posts, RR: 9
Reply 5, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 64135 times:

Quoting ua777222 (Reply 4):

#1 Wal-Mart: 18 US Registered Aircraft

For some reason they completely skipped my mind but it makes total sense! Largest company on earth = largest fleet on earth...At least I guess #2  


User currently offlineblueflyer From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 3932 posts, RR: 2
Reply 6, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 64097 times:
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Excluding balloons, doesn't Disney have 8 or so?


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User currently offlineua777222 From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 3348 posts, RR: 11
Reply 7, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 10 hours ago) and read 64040 times:

Quoting sw733 (Reply 5):
For some reason they completely skipped my mind but it makes total sense! Largest company on earth = largest fleet on earth...At least I guess #2  

Check out Chevron (If we're including Rotorcraft).

Chevron aircraft have HIGH time (G150s the highest time out there) and are based out of the mid-west. Their three large Gulfstreams are based out of Hangar 10 at KOAK.



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User currently offlineCass From United States of America, joined Aug 2009, 28 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 63978 times:

What about McDonalds? I would imagine they have quite a bit of traveling to do.

User currently offlineua777222 From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 3348 posts, RR: 11
Reply 9, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 9 hours ago) and read 63888 times:

Quoting Cass (Reply 8):
What about McDonalds? I would imagine they have quite a bit of traveling to do.

Actually, a very small fleet of 2 aircraft. Very flexible with range though.


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User currently offlineViscount724 From Switzerland, joined Oct 2006, 24865 posts, RR: 22
Reply 10, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 8 hours ago) and read 63794 times:

Quoting ua777222 (Reply 4):
#1 Wal-Mart: 18 US Registered Aircraft

1x Global Express
8x LearJet 45
8x LearJet 31A
1x Beach B200

Wal-Mart Canada has 2 Learjet 35A.


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User currently offlinefalcon flyer From United States of America, joined Jul 2000, 1323 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 63650 times:

Had a trip into MMU last week, saw what was supposedly only PART of Verizon's corporate fleet which included a G450, G400, GIV and Hawker 800XP. Any wonder my cell bill is so high? Discount Tire has at least a Falcon 900, Lear 60 and a newly delivered Challenger 300. Starbucks is tooling around in a Challenger 604 and either a GV or G550.


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User currently offlineua777222 From United States of America, joined Dec 2003, 3348 posts, RR: 11
Reply 12, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 7 hours ago) and read 63605 times:

Quoting falcon flyer (Reply 11):
Had a trip into MMU last week, saw what was supposedly only PART of Verizon's corporate fleet which included a G450, G400, GIV and Hawker 800XP. Any wonder my cell bill is so high? Discount Tire has at least a Falcon 900, Lear 60 and a newly delivered Challenger 300. Starbucks is tooling around in a Challenger 604 and either a GV or G550.

Verizon has:

2x G450
1x G400
1x GIV-SP
1x Hawker 800XP
1x Global Express

The last one is a bit of a surprise as mixed Gulfstream/Bombardier fleets are rare as people are either camped in one park or another. Same with Falcon given the 7X release.

Discount Tire indeed has a F900, L60, and CL30.

Starbucks again does have a GV and C604. They were going to take delivery of a G550 and put the GV on the block but I believe they decided to stick with what they had until times got better.

Lowes has an impressive fleet as well:

3x Falcon 900EX
1x Falcon 7X
1x Cessna 560

Frys Electronics has 2 ollllllddddd Gulfstreams + a 747 (also old).

Clorox has a Cessna and an old G-II

Coca-Cola Inc has

3x G550
1x G200

Coca-Cola Enterprises (bottling arm of Coke)

4x Hawker 800
1x GIVSP

Pepsi-Cola

2x Challenger 600
2x Challenger 300
1x Global Express



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User currently offlinerfields5421 From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 7607 posts, RR: 32
Reply 13, posted (4 years 3 months 2 weeks 5 hours ago) and read 63438 times:

A lot of the oil company aircraft are working aircraft. Especially the helicopters. They have jobs to transport workers, aerial inspection of facilities, etc.

Many corporations participate in companies like NetJets and FlexJet, except they have a full aircraft share and are not hours restricted.


User currently offlineSeabiscuit From United States of America, joined Jan 2007, 39 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 62424 times:

what does anheuser busch have these days? I remember before the merger they had a large a/c fleet in st louis.


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User currently offlinec0ex From United States of America, joined Jun 2005, 50 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 19 hours ago) and read 62197 times:

Quoting ua777222 (Reply 12):

Verizon Has
4xGIV's
1xHA800
1xCL300
1XCL600

Quoting falcon flyer (Reply 11):

Nice to see someone on this board flying into MMU. Sent you a PM

[Edited 2010-04-17 05:18:30]


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User currently offlineWESTERN737800 From United States of America, joined Feb 2008, 693 posts, RR: 2
Reply 16, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 62151 times:

Quoting c0ex (Reply 15):
Verizon Has
4xGIV's
1xHA800
1xCL300
1XCL600

I always wondered why cell bills are as much as they are.
I heard that John Deere had a fairly large fleet as well. I can't remember what/how many they have. I think there were some Citation Tens.



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User currently offlineN92R03 From United States of America, joined Jan 2010, 337 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 61981 times:

Qualcomm has:

1xG-550
1xG-V
1xG-450
1xGlobal Express
1xCitation X

Rumor has it that two G-650's are being built and will join the fleet as well...


User currently offlinewatewate From Canada, joined Nov 2000, 2284 posts, RR: 1
Reply 18, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 18 hours ago) and read 61732 times:

WalMart has an especially large fleet because their HQ is based out of nowhere, as are many of their locations.

User currently offlinec0ex From United States of America, joined Jun 2005, 50 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 61656 times:

Quoting WESTERN737800 (Reply 16):

2xCE750
1xCE680
1xGV

for john deere



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User currently offlineirobertson From Canada, joined Apr 2006, 601 posts, RR: 3
Reply 20, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 17 hours ago) and read 61288 times:

How about Las Vegas Sands Hotel?

1x L1011-500 (possibly two?)
2x 747SP

Possibly also:
?2x 737-300
?1x 767-300
? Gulfstream


User currently offlineDrewski2112 From United States of America, joined Aug 2006, 119 posts, RR: 0
Reply 21, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 16 hours ago) and read 60889 times:

Quoting ua777222 (Reply 12):
Starbucks again does have a GV and C604. They were going to take delivery of a G550 and put the GV on the block but I believe they decided to stick with what they had until times got better.

The story about the G550 makes my blood boil. The local newspaper ran a hit and run story about how Starbucks was getting a brand new ~$45 million plane while they were in the process of laying off employees. Of course, they only mention towards the end of the article that the plane was ordered three years prior in a time of economic prosperity and failed to mentioned it would cost them an enormous amount of money to cancel the order. It's unknown whether they ever did take delivery of the plane, but for now they still use N721S and N721J quite often.

Quoting ua777222 (Reply 12):
Verizon has:

Verizon jets have been common visitors BFI in the last few months...


User currently offlineNASOCEANA From United States of America, joined exactly 9 years ago today! , 291 posts, RR: 0
Reply 22, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 60791 times:

FedEx has:

Learjet 45/40 x 7
Canadair Challenger x 3
Bombardier Global Express x 1



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User currently offlineFLALEFTY From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 444 posts, RR: 3
Reply 23, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 15 hours ago) and read 60524 times:

Quoting rfields5421 (Reply 13):
Many corporations participate in companies like NetJets and FlexJet, except they have a full aircraft share and are not hours restricted.

This is also a great way to keep flight departments and biz jets off the books of public companies. In addition, "buying" a full aircraft share from NetJets, etc., makes it better from a tort standpoint, where fractional ownership may expose the sharing corporation to unwelcome liability risk.


User currently offline737DAB320 From United States of America, joined Oct 2005, 88 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (4 years 3 months 1 week 6 days 13 hours ago) and read 59916 times:

Boeing has 2 737BBJ's and a handful of smaller corporate jets, I believe 4-5 but not totally sure.


Nothing is certain.
25 mhockey31091 : Around December I was looking through the magazine Controller (which is a aircraft sales magazine). I saw some Sands Hotel aircraft for sale. Does an
26 DL777Dude : What about HP? I remember hearing somewhere a few years ago that the previous CEO Carly Fiorina had ordered something like 5 GV's or GIV's or somethin
27 Post contains links and images airceo : I just got back from Vegas the other day and I saw the Sands SP, 767 and 737. This pic was snapped on Tuesday. @airceo
28 Cass : Does anyone know if Google has a flight department?
29 RobK : They also fly CRJ800 N888LS which I think is based at Macau. Regularly heard with Singapore and Manila control on HF down there.
30 Flighty : Typical for that lady (all showmanship). But corporate fleets usually don't make sense. An outfit such as NetJets can run such operations more effici
31 Drewski2112 : To a middle class citizen angry at rich people, yes. But to companies who want to do their buisness anonymously it's a necessity. NetJet's is owned b
32 nws2002 : That really depends on how the aircraft is utilized and the actual goal of having a corporate fleet. Many companies allow mid-level employees to have
33 Flighty : Oh absolutely, it's just very inefficient to do this for under 10 aircraft. Especially when they don't fly a lot. Then it's very inefficient. But I'm
34 HighFlyer9790 : Negative. at the request of the owner the n-number can be witheld from tracking and blocked. even if you can find the aircraft on the faa registry, t
35 falcon flyer : There's not a month that goes by that our principal doesn't get a pitch from Netjets, Options, Flex, CitationAir, Avanti, Marquis, you name it. He cr
36 Flighty : I understand that, but a company aircraft at a site is self evident when it is there. Aircraft are marked. The flaw alleged in NetJets is that Netjet
37 580fa : Another downside for the fractionals, when trying to pitch to execs: If a corporate department sets up their operation right, they can 135 the airplan
38 rfields5421 : The company I used to work for now blocks the tracking of it's aircraft. One of our competitors was tracking our aircraft to see which markets we wer
39 C680 : You need to go do some more research. Even NetJets sales associates will tell prospective clients that if they fly more than 300 hours per year, they
40 BMI727 : I believe that they have some Challengers. Boeing has a fairly small fleet for a company of their size since they would rather patronize the airlines
41 Post contains links C680 : Google pays $1.3 million per year to use NASA Moffett Field: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/09/13/technology/13google.html
42 BMI727 : Somebody needs to tell those NIMBYs to go shove it too.
43 Post contains links and images Viscount724 : Five Challenger 605s are registered to Boeing. Photos of all of them below, N540BA, N542BA, N548BA, N549BA, N614BA.
44 Post contains links NASOCEANA : I find this article interesting...DFW plans to spend $3 Million to accomodate Corporate Jets for Superbowl in Feb. 2011! DFW Wants Corporate Jets for
45 Post contains images Flighty : Oh absolutely. But, that's a very nice capability that costs many millions of dollars. Most statements are by parties with something to gain from gla
46 rscaife1682 : #1 Wal-Mart: 18 US Registered Aircraft 1x Global Express 8x LearJet 45 8x LearJet 31A 1x Beach B200 #2 Exxon: 14 US Registered Aircraft 2x Global Expr
47 Post contains links A342 : Not sure if it's on the Fortune 500 list, but Saudi Aramco has a rather big fleet of large aircraft: http://www.ch-aviation.ch/aircraft.php?search=set
48 mhockey31091 : They also have a 757.
49 Post contains links NASOCEANA : Flightly take a look at the attached article. It provides an extremely pratical analysis of purchasing an corporate jet out right vs. using fractiona
50 UAL747DEN : Not at all, they are blocked in most cases. It is even hard for the person who works at the FBO to know who if flying if they don't want to be identi
51 C680 : For an *airliner* you are correct. But we are talking about biz jets here, and the problem is the residual market: most buyers are looking for medium
52 Post contains images bioyuki : Currently Google has: 1 x 762 1 x 752 2 x GV 1 x Dornier Alpha Jet Rumor has it that they have a G650 on order as well. Larry, Sergey and Eric buy ca
53 ua777222 : Big difference from the new Gulfstreams and the old GIVs Bingo. When you own a share, you have access to NetJets entire fleet. One of the Gulfstreams
54 Post contains links and images ua777222 : To further rub it in 'FYI': N838BA -- 2007 G550 View Large View MediumPhoto © Jonathan Morgan N837BA -- 2006 G550 N795BA -- 2004 GV View Large View
55 MCOflyer : Anyone know if Home Depot owns any as well as Northrop Gruman Corp? I would take it Wells Fargo/Wachovia owns a few as well. Lets also not forget Burg
56 flightkid : Don't know if there a Fortune 500 Company but the Las Vegas Sands Corp. has Four G-IV's,One G-V,One 737-300,One 767-300,One L-1011,Two 747-SP's
57 ua777222 : Home Depot: 2x Falcon 50 1x Falcon 50EX 1x Falcon 900EX Northrop: 1x Cessna X 1x Gulfstream IV They have a ton of test aircraft as well as a handful
58 ua777222 : Wachovia: 2x Challenger 300 1x Gulfstream G550 Wells-Fargo: 1x Gulfstream GV Wells-Fargo now owns all of these though they claim to have the strongest
59 ua777222 : #16 AIG: 1x C560XL 2x Global Express 2x Falcon 2000EX #97 Hartford Financial: 1x Falcon 10 #99 Publix Supermarkets: 2x LearJet 60 1x KingAir 350 #94 P
60 BMI727 : I've seen some of these parked at BMI, but I've never noticed the Lear.
61 777STL : Anheuser Busch used to have a sizable fleet before Inbev took over. 6 Dassault Falcons, a few other jets and a few helos as well. Apparently the CEO a
62 DashTrash : We all sign confidentiality agreements. I don't even tell my wife who I'm flying (was flying). True statement. Depends on international or domestic.
63 AirframeAS : What about Minneapolis based Target?
64 Post contains links and images ua777222 : View Large View MediumPhoto © Gerhard Plomitzer
65 NASOCEANA : I really like their corporate paint scheme! Subliminal Marketing!
66 SP90 : So for companies like FedEx and UPS who have a large fleet of freighters, do the CEO and other executives fly these aircraft when their destination co
67 rfields5421 : The sizable FDX corporate jet fleet is listed above. I don't know about UPS but every time I've been to SDF, there are UPS pilots in uniform heading
68 bravogolf : While not all jets, Menards has a sizable fleet and flies them every day from Eau Clair to their stores. 3 Beech 1900Ds 4 Cessna 550s 1 Cessna 750 1 E
69 NASOCEANA : The large majority of the freighter flights tend to take place during non corporate/business hours typically (8:00 AM - 5:00 PM). So for a CEO and Ex
70 bravogolf : Only if "Wilson" is on board.
71 planespotting : Indeed - he has a house at Lake of the Ozarks, and in the summer frequently flies into St. Louis via helicopter (at least, that used to be true).
72 rscaife1682 : UA777222 All I can comment on is when I worked for BofA which was before the Merrill merge at that time BofA's portfolio did not include private jet o
73 ua777222 : All I can say is that B of A has had these aircraft and previous aircraft with the same regs on the books for over 15 years. Like I said, my list is
74 dw747400 : I think that is the source of confusion, your initial posts DON'T specify that the lists are incomplete. When you start of with this: It certainly se
75 b764 : You have your facts wrong. BoA has had G-IVs, Hawkers, G-Vs, G550s and Falcon 2000s for the past 10 years or more. They inherited more Falcon 2000s a
76 ua777222 : Agreed. As I stated in previous posts, these were partial and based on public information not limited to but including the FAA database. The hope is
77 ua777222 : N993GH N995GH
78 max999 : It's a complete ego trip because corporate executives are using the jets for personal trips to the beach. In fact, a lot of contracts for CEOs allow
79 fbgdavidson : The company I used to work for (Fortune 50 financial that has been mentioned here) had around half a dozen private jets solely for company use, from
80 nws2002 : It's a company expense just like a CEO's salary is a company expense. It's all rolled into a compensation package, just like housing and vehicles oft
81 Post contains links and images ua777222 : Agreed and stated it was partial information. Please correct where you see wrong information. Lear 31As: #1: N31TK View Large View MediumPhoto © Eri
82 b764 : ConocoPhillips: N1023C N660CP N661CP N662CP N664CP N665CP N842AR N959BP If you click on this in the FAA database you'll see it was sold and exported t
83 ua777222 : N663P as well.
84 planespotting : Actually, the security of CEOs, especially at the Fortune 100s, can be a pretty significant issue. At my company (in the Fortune 50), the CEO gets a
85 BMI727 : Let's think about this. They are using a jet that the company has already paid for. What is the problem with using a plane they already have anyway a
86 26point2 : Yes. Old is true. Besides 2X GII and the 747SP (Ex Braniff), Fry's also operates a 727, 2X Saberliner, King Air 350(?) and a Cub on floats. I'm missi
87 Post contains images Flighty : Dunno, shareholders are often abused by executives. It's not envy when you are the CEO's boss and you do not favor the activity. Most companies are v
88 Post contains images Viscount724 : Several Canadian oil companies with major oil sands operations in the Fort McMurray region of northern Alberta have fleets of corporate aircraft, use
89 Post contains images NWADC9 : PPG Industries has a Hawker 800 and a G-IV
90 b764 : Research it, I believe I remember seeing this one on controller.com, it's been re-registered as N450KR. Not familiar with Canadian fleets, this one i
91 ua777222 : Two different birds. N663P has had its certificate under this reg since 01/07. It is also s/n 1434 and N450KR is sn/ 4044. Though given N450KRs holdi
92 tys777 : The 750 isn't used to fly to stores. It is the one plane set aside for other uses. Not a bad fleet for a regional company though.
93 BMI727 : I remember now that Kraft Foods has a Gulfstream (V I think) which I happened to see at MKE last summer.
94 Post contains links and images ua777222 : N550KF View Large View MediumPhoto © John E. Jauchler - New England Airports
95 mhockey31091 : Anyone know about Black and Decker? I know they have(had) a G-V or G-550. Also what about Hilton?
96 A340Spotter : N663P still wears the ConocoPhillips colors but has been based down at HOU for the past couple of years and is not with the company anymore, to my kn
97 Post contains links and images ua777222 : Could only find two aircraft for Black & Decker. Gulfstream GV N32BD View Large View MediumPhoto © Thowman Gulfstream G550 N323BD View Large Vie
98 bravogolf : You mean like going to the race tracks?
99 BMI727 : Yep, that's the one I saw. Nice looking bird.
100 CosmicCruiser : I must disagree. Before the airlines I flew for 3 Fortune 500 co.s and there are many different reasons for having a co. jet. Often it was necessary
101 fxramper : The 777F we have are only occupied by crew going to work or coming home. Fred, Steve, and Mike use one of the jets in corp. stable to move around or
102 Post contains links and images ua777222 : Interior of GE's former BBJ View Large View MediumPhoto © Konstantin Von Wedelstaedt
103 Post contains images ua777222 : One Ford Motor Company's Falcons
104 blueflyer : But less expensive than not having a plane on standby for specific situations. I have no doubt that the cost of recovery from a rail crash that would
105 Post contains links and images NWADC9 : You hear about it on his radio program, and here it is: Rush Limbaugh/EIB Network's "EIB One" View Large View MediumPhoto © Michael Carter
106 Post contains images cf6ppe : Hi, don't know about the current HP inventory.... but, were not the registration numbers for the above purchases changed from having an "HP" in them
107 Bridge : Maybe off topic a bit, but my father was a United Technologies bigwig in the '80s. I distinctly recall flying on UT owned 727s and 737s from Pratt's E
108 Post contains links and images ua777222 : They're all painted the same in HP blue and have a mix of HP and non-HP regs. 4x GV: N628BD, N608WB, N508P, N543H 1x Falcon 50: N84HP View Large View
109 Post contains links and images ua777222 : 727: N5073L 732: N1288 Then: Now: View Large View MediumPhoto © Howard J Curtis N2188 went onto two commercial carriers after this and was written o
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Any Info On The Oakley Corporate Jet: N701WH posted Sat Feb 5 2005 18:32:55 by CaptainTim
Montrose, CO Corporate Jet Crash posted Sun Nov 28 2004 19:35:14 by A340Spotter
Regional Jet Fleets posted Fri Nov 26 2004 22:53:07 by Flyf15
Airbus And Boeing Corporate Jet posted Wed Aug 11 2004 00:14:17 by Gaut
EMB-170 Corporate Jet posted Wed May 26 2004 04:26:31 by FLY777UAL