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Differenciating 747-400s?  
User currently offlineAke From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 1301 times:

How can you differenciate B747-400 versions?. I mean, how can you see the differences between 747-412 and 747-456, for example? Maybe it´s relacionated with the number of seats? Please, report me all details about it as you can. Thanks you!  Smile

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User currently offlineSIA_B777 From United States of America, joined Apr 2001, 469 posts, RR: 1
Reply 1, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 1251 times:

It is the Boeing customer number.

User currently offlineBoeing747-400 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 2, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 1237 times:

Just look at the livery.  Smile  Big thumbs up

User currently offlineSIA_B777 From United States of America, joined Apr 2001, 469 posts, RR: 1
Reply 3, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 1229 times:

 Smile Smile

User currently offlineAke From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 1232 times:

Thanks you, SIA_B777. I understand that Boeing has a code/registration for each airline that has a 747, isn´t it? It´s the same for Airbus?
Ake


User currently offlineGiantJets From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 5, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 1224 times:

Boeing assigns each customer a designation number, or number/letter. British Airways, for example, is '36', therefore the Series 100s, -200s, -400s of British Airways are designated 747-136, -236, -436 respectively, whilest Eva Air's designation is '5E', therefore its Series 400s are 747-45E.

Giantjets..


User currently offlineA40-TY From United Arab Emirates, joined Apr 2000, 143 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 1 day 1 hour ago) and read 1198 times:

It's impossible to differentiate between 747-400 models (unless their a 747D or 747-400F). Externally a 747-412 would look identical to a 747-4H6 or 747-422, the only difference being the internal cabin configuration relevant to the particular operator.
The only way to tell say a 747-412 and a 747-436 apart would be that the 747-436 (British Airways) would be Rolls Royce powered. But then Cathay Pacific and Qantas also operate Rolls Royce powered 747-400's. The only way to definitively recognise different 747-400 versions/configurations is to learn all the 747-400 customer designator codes, such as:

747-4H6 - Malaysian Airlines
747-467 - Cathay Pacific
747-412 - Singapore Airlines
747-451 - Northwest Airlines, and so on....



I love it when a plan comes together
User currently offlineSingapore 777 From Australia, joined May 1999, 1013 posts, RR: 3
Reply 7, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 8 hours ago) and read 1162 times:

If I am not mistaken (kindly correct me if I am), Airbus does not have specific customer codes. An A340-313X would apply to EVERY SINGLE A340-300E flying regardless of the airline. The only difference in the coding for Airbus could be slight modifications they made to the design or some structural change to strenghthen certain areas and hence the A340-313 and 313X - X being the 275t model if I am not wrong. This is probably the same for the A320-231/232 and A330-323/341/342 and 343X.

User currently offlineIMissPiedmont From United States of America, joined May 2001, 6260 posts, RR: 34
Reply 8, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 7 hours ago) and read 1153 times:

You can't really tell from the livery either. United has two -451s in it's fleet and several airlines have -4Q8s. Hoever the ods are that a United -400 is a -422.


Is grammar no longer taught is schools? Saying "me and her" or some such implies illiteracy.
User currently offlineSonic99 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 9, posted (12 years 10 months 1 week 7 hours ago) and read 1148 times:


Interesting thread.

Is more info available from Boeing on this? Where would one find out the Boeing delivery customer designation codes?

TIA

Sonic99


User currently offlineAke From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 10, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 14 hours ago) and read 1129 times:

Hello, Sonic99:

I couldn´t be able to find info about it in the Boeing web. I don´t know where we can take this codes! If you could find them, please notice it to me. Thanks you.

Best regards. Ake


User currently offlineUnited747-200 From United States of America, joined Oct 2000, 91 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 13 hours ago) and read 1118 times:

Hi everyone,
I recently discussed a topic similar to this one. It lists many of the airlines' model numbers. Search for it by using my Screen Name (United747-200), if you want! Someone told me that the designation numbers apply to ALL aircraft in the fleet, ie, 737-312, 727-122...

United747-200


User currently offlineRookie From Croatia, joined Apr 2009, 0 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 1110 times:

If you go to ftp.chicago.com/pub/airliner/boeing-code you will find the boeing codes

User currently offlineIMissPiedmont From United States of America, joined May 2001, 6260 posts, RR: 34
Reply 13, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 1108 times:

You won't find the codes on the Boeing Home Page. For some reason, they consider it propietary information. Haven't seen the site Rookie recommended yet, but it's worth a shot. Or if that isn't satisfacory, E-Mail me and I'll send what I've got. (it's pretty up to date and has some that may not show). I'll check the site though.

Steve  Smile



Is grammar no longer taught is schools? Saying "me and her" or some such implies illiteracy.
User currently offlineIMissPiedmont From United States of America, joined May 2001, 6260 posts, RR: 34
Reply 14, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 12 hours ago) and read 1106 times:

Well, Rookies URL doesn't seem to work!


Is grammar no longer taught is schools? Saying "me and her" or some such implies illiteracy.
User currently offlineTrintocan From United Kingdom, joined Apr 2000, 3223 posts, RR: 4
Reply 15, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 11 hours ago) and read 1101 times:

Those Boeing code numbers apply only to those planes originally delivered to the respective customer. As such, it is possible for an airline to have, say, 737-200s or 727-200s with different codes because they were purchased or leased from different sources. For example, BWIA's 737-800s are 8Q8's, the Q8 referring to ILFC who had directly ordered the planes from Boeing and not to BWIA (I do not recall its code but I believe it to be 73).

Trintocan.



Hop to it, fly for life!
User currently offlineIMissPiedmont From United States of America, joined May 2001, 6260 posts, RR: 34
Reply 16, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 1089 times:

BWIAs code is 78.

Regards, Steve



Is grammar no longer taught is schools? Saying "me and her" or some such implies illiteracy.
User currently offlineTWA717_200 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 17, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 9 hours ago) and read 1086 times:

Try this link:

http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/1342/airinfo.html

That should have most of them.


User currently offlineTsv From Australia, joined Nov 1999, 1641 posts, RR: 5
Reply 18, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 1057 times:

"Boeing Jetliners" an Airliner World special has the Boeing numbering system listed on pages 18 and 19.

Regards

Rob



"I told you I was ill ..." Spike Milligan
User currently offlineThe Coachman From Australia, joined Apr 2001, 1421 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days ago) and read 1052 times:

Yes, the code applies to ALL Boeing aircraft in the fleet that have been ordered by THAT airline. So, QF has:

B747-438, -338, -238B, SP-38
B767-338ER
B767-238ER

3 B747-400's have GE engines, 2 were MH and hence are B747-4H6's and the other was Asiana (I think - somebody can joggle my memory and tell if I'm wrong), and hence there is also 1 B747-48E. These 3 B747-400's were ordered by the other airlines and when they cancelled, QF picked them up but they retain the designation that were given them when they started being constructed.

B737-476, -376 - the -76 refers to Australian Airlines, which merged with Qantas in the early 90's with Australian de-regulation.

QF also operates 7 ex-BA (leased) B767-336ER's - since BA is -36 as someone has already posted (correctly).

so, it's CX B747-467's, B777-267's and B777-367's.

etc, etc, etc.

The Coachman



M88, 722, 732, 733, 734, 73G, 73H, 742, 743, 744, 752, 762, 763, 772, 773, 77W, 320, 332, 333, 345, 388, DH8, SF3 - want
User currently offlineCfalk From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 20, posted (12 years 10 months 5 days ago) and read 1093 times:

Here are the Boeing Codes, according to the JP:

01 = Piedmont Airlines*
02 = Wien Consolidated Airlines*
03 = Carbair (ntu)*
04 = Britannia Airways
05 = Braathens
06 = KLM
07 = Government of Germany (Luftwaffe)*
08 = Icelandair
09 = China Airlines
10 = Wien Air Alaska*
11 = Wardair*
12 = MSA* / Singapore Airlines
13 = Ariana
14 = Pacific Southwest Airlines*
15 = Lake Central Airlines (ntu)*
16 = LAN Chile
17 = CP Air*
18 = BEA (ntu)*
19 = N.Z. National Airways* / Air New Zealand
20 = Boeing
21 = Pan Am*
22 = United Airlines
23 = American Airlines
24 = Continental Airlines
25 = Eastern Air Lines*
26 = n/a
27 = Braniff International Airways*
28 = Air France
29 = Sabena / Sobelair
30 = Lufthansa / Condor
31 = Trans World Airlines
32 = Delta Air Lines
33 = Air Canada
34 = Transair Sweden*
35 = National Airlines*
36 = BOAC* / British Airways
37 = Air-India
38 = Qantas Airways
39 = Cubana (ntu)*
40 = PIA Pakistan International Airlines
41 = Varig
42 = Nordair*
43 = Alitalia
44 = South African Airways
45 = Seaboard World Airlines*
46 = Japan Airlines
47 = Western Airlines*
48 = Aer Lingus
49 = Flying Tigers*
50 = Trek Airways (ntu)*
51 = Northwest
52 = Aeromexico (ntu)
53 = USAF (1246 ATW)
54 = Mohawk Airlines (ntu)*
55 = Executive Jet Aviation*
56 = Iberia
57 = Swissair
58 = El Al
59 = Avianca
60 = Ethiopian Airlines
61 = FAA
62 = Pacific Northern Airlines*
63 = Ghana Airways (ntu) / Faucett*
64 = Mexicana
65 = Cunard Eagle* / British Eagle*
66 = United Arab Airlines / renamed Egypt Air
67 = Cathay Pacific Airways
68 = Saudi Arabian Airlines
69 = Kuwait Airways
70 = Iraqi Airways
71 = Trans International Airlines*
72 = Airlift International*
73 = World Airways
74 = n/a
75 = Pacific Western Airlines* / Canadian*
76 = Trans Australia / renamed Australian Airlines*
77 = Ansett
78 = BWIA
79 = Saturn Airways (ntu)*
80 = Bankers Trust (ntu)*
81 = All Nippon Airways
82 = TAP Air Portugal
83 = SAS
84 = Olympic Airways
85 = American Flyers Airline*
86 = Iran Air
87 = Aerolineas Argentinas
88 = n/a
89 = Japan Domestic Airlines* / Japan Air System
90 = Alaska Airlines
91 = Frontier Airlines*
92 = Southern Air Transport*
93 = Pacific Air Lines* / Air California*
94 = Syrianair
95 = Northeast Airlines*
96 = Quebecair*
97 = Aloha Airlines
98 = Air Zaire*
99 = Caledonian Airways*
A1 = VASP
A2 = n/a
A3 = Pluna
A4 = AirCal*
A5 = n/a
A6 = LTV* / Essex Wire*
A7 = Trans Caribbean Airways*
A8 = Indian Airlines*
A9 = Transair Canada*
A0 = LAB Bolivia
B1 = DETA Mocambique / renamed LAM Mocambique
B2 = Air Madagascar
B3 = Aeromaritime* / UTA*
B4 = MEA
B5 = Korean Air
B6 = Royal Air Maroc
B7 = Allegheny Airlines / renamed US Airways
B8 = n/a
B9 = n/a
B0 = n/a
C1 = n/a
C2 = n/a
C3 = Cruzeiro*
C4 = n/a
C5 = n/a
C6 = n/a
C7 = n/a
C8 = n/a
C9 = Luxair
C0 = GATX-Boothe*
D1 = Universal Airlines (ntu)*
D2 = n/a
D3 = Alia / renamed Royal Jordanian
D4 = Ozark Air Lines*
D5 = n/a
D6 = Air Algerie
D7 = Thai Airways International
D8 = n/a
D9 = n/a
D0 = n/a
E1 = Eastern Provincial Airways*
E2 = n/a
E3 = Ladeco
E4 = n/a
E5 = n/a
E6 = n/a
E7 = Arkia
E8 = n/a
E9 = n/a
E0 = Government of Dubai (Dubai Air Wing)
F1 = n/a
F2 = Turkish Airlines
F3 = n/a
F4 = n/a
F5 = Government of Portugal (FAP)*
F6 = Philippine Airlines
F7 = n/a
F8 = Royal Nepal Airlines
F9 = Nigeria Airways
F0 = n/a
G1 = Government of Saudia Arabia (Royal Saudi)
G2 = n/a
G3 = n/a
G4 = USA (89th AW/AMC)
G5 = LTU
G6 = n/a
G7 = America West Airlines
G8 = n/a
G9 = n/a
G0 = n/a
H1 = n/a
H2 = ITT*
H3 = Tunisair
H4 = Southwest Airlines
H5 = Mey-Air*
H6 = Malaysia
H7 = Cameroon Airlines
H8 = n/a
H9 = JAT
H0 = n/a
J1 = Dominicana*
J2 = n/a
J3 = n/a
J4 = Sterling Airways*
J5 = n/a
J6 = CAAC*
J7 = National Aircraft Leasing*
J8 = Sudan Airways
J9 = IIAF / renamed Islamic Rep. of Iran AF
J0 = Air Jamaica
K1 = Tarom / Government of Romania
K2 = Transavia Holland / renamed Transavia Airlines
K3 = Aviogenex
K4 = n/a
K5 = Hapag-Lloyd
K6 = Sahsa*
K7 = n/a
K8 = n/a
K9 = Bavaria
L2 = n/a
L3 = n/a
L4 = American Capital Aviation*
L5 = Libyan Arab Airlines
L6 = Aviation Services & Support*
L7 = Air Nauru
L8 = Government of Yugoslavia*
L9 = Maersk Air
L0 = n/a
M1 = Pertamina Oil (Pelita)*
M2 = TAAG Angola
M3 = n/a
M4 = n/a
M5 = n/a
M6 = Royal Brunei Airlines
M7 = Hughes Airwest*
M8 = TEA Trans European Airways*
M9 = Zambia Airways*
M0 = Aeroflot Russian Airlines
N1 = Government of Venezuela (Fuerza Aérea Venzolana)
N2 = n/a
N3 = Government of Brazil (Força Aérea Brasileira)
N4 = n/a
N5 = n/a
N6 = Government of Nigeria
N7 = Government of Egypt
N8 = Yemenia - Yemen Airways
N9 = Government of Niger
N0 = Air Zimbabwe
P1 = Government of Qatar (Qatar Amiri Flight)*
P2 = n/a
P3 = n/a
P4 = n/a
P5 = Thai Airways*
P6 = Gulf Air
P7 = n/a
P8 = n/a
P9 = n/a
P0 = n/a
Q1 = n/a
Q2 = Air Gabon
Q3 = Southwest Air Lines/renamed Japan Transocean Air
Q4 = Transbrasil
Q5 = Government of Liberia ( Air Liberia)*
Q6 = Lacsa
Q7 = n/a
Q8 = ILFC
Q9 = ITEL USA*
Q0 = n/a
R1 = Government of Cameroon
R2 = n/a
R3 = n/a
R4 = Alyemda*
R5 = n/a
R6 = Air Guinée
R7 = Cargolux
R8 = Air Tanzania
R9 = n/a
R0 = n/a
S1 = TACA International
S2 = FedEx Express
S3 = Sunrock Aircraft
S4 = Air Afrique
S5 = Eldorado Aviation*
S6 = n/a
S7 = North Central (ntu)* / Republic Airlines*
S8 = n/a
S9 = Maritime Investment
S0 = n/a
T1 = n/a
T2 = Dome Petroleum*
T3 = Evergreen International Airlines (ntu)
T4 = Air Florida*
T5 = Orion Airways*
T6 = n/a
T7 = Monarch Airlines
T8 = n/a
T9 = n/a
T0 = Texas Air*
U1 = n/a
U2 = n/a
U3 = Garuda
U4 = Owners Services (Great Britain)*
U5 = Government of Jordan*
U6 = n/a
U7 = n/a
U8 = Kenya Airways
U9 = Polynesian
U0 = n/a
V1 = n/a
V2 = TAME
V3 = COPA Airlines
V4 = n/a
V5 = Bahamasair
V6 = Petrolair*
V7 = n/a
V8 = Busy Bee (ntu)*
V9 = n/a
V0 = n/a

* = no longer operating Boeing and/or former Douglas aircraft
n/a = not available (not known to JP)


User currently offlineCfalk From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 21, posted (12 years 10 months 4 days 22 hours ago) and read 1046 times:

Here are some more Boeing codes:

W1 = Aerotour (France) (ntu)*
W2 = n/a
W3 = n/a
W4 = n/a
W5 = n/a
W6 = Government of Morocco*
W7 = n/a
W8 = NOGA Export Import*
W9 = n/a
W0 = China Yunnan Airlines
X1 = n/a
X2 = Air Pacific
X3 = Air Charter International*
X4 = Supair (Germany) (ntu)*
X5 = n/a
X6 = Alaska International (ntu) / renamed Markair*
X7 = n/a
X8 = Wedge Aviation
X9 = Government of Indonesia (Indonesian Air Force)
X0 = n/a
Y1 = n/a
Y2 = n/a
Y3 = n/a
Y4 = Saudi Oger
Y5 = Air Malta
Y6 = n/a
Y7 = n/a
Y8 = n/a
Y9 = Air Malawi (ntu)
Y0 = GPA Group*
Z1 = n/a
Z2 = n/a
Z3 = n/a
Z4 = n/a
Z5 = Government of Abu Dhabi (Abu Dhabi Amiri Flight)
Z6 = Royal Thai Air Force
Z7 = n/a
Z8 = Korea Air Force
Z9 = Lauda Air
Z0 = China Southwest Airlines
Numero-alphabetic codes
1A = Martinair
1B = China Southern Airlines
1C = n/a
1D = n/a
1E = n/a
1F = n/a
1G = n/a
1H = Emirates
1J = n/a
1K = Airtours International
1L = China Xinjiang Airlines
1M = n/a
1N = n/a
1P = n/a
1Q = Tombo Aviation
1R = Virgin Atlantic
1S = Deutsche BA
1T = n/a
1U = n/a
1V = n/a
1W = n/a
1X = n/a
1Y = n/a
1Z = n/a
2A = Hawaiian Air
2B = n/a
2C = Air UK* (Air UK Leisure*)
2D = n/a
2E = n/a
2F = n/a
2G = n/a
2H = n/a
2J = Arab Leasing
2K = Turkmenistan Airlines
2L = Azerbaijan Airlines
2M = n/a
2N = n/a
2P = n/a
2Q = Ukraine International Airlines
2R = Pegasus Airlines
2S = n/a
2T = Tracinda
2U = Picton II (Bermuda)
2V = n/a
2W = n/a
2X = n/a
2Y = n/a
2Z = n/a
3A = Ansett Worldwide
3B = Air Mauritius
3C = Euralair
3D = n/a
3E = n/a
3F = n/a
3G = n/a
3H = n/a
3J = n/a
3K = n/a
3L = n/a
3M = n/a
3N = American Trans Air
3P = Uzbekistan Airways
3Q = Boullioun Aviation
3R = Western Pacific Airlines*
3S = Pembroke Capital
3T = The Limited (USA)
3U = n/a
3V = Easyjet Airline
3W = n/a
3X = n/a
3Y = n/a
3Z = n/a
4A = UPS
4B = n/a
4C = n/a
4D = n/a
4E = n/a
4F = n/a
4G = n/a
4H = n/a
4J = n/a
4K = Air Nippon
4L = n/a
4M = n/a
4N = North China Adm. (China United Airlines)
4P = Hainan Airlines
4Q = Mid East Jet
4R = n/a
4S = GB Airways
4T = Elite Aviation
4U = Air Shamrock
4V = Superior International Avn. Svcs.
4W = n/a
4X = n/a
4Y = n/a
4Z = n/a
5A = Presidential Airways*
5B = Germania
5C = Xiamen Airlines
5D = LOT
5E = Eva Air
5F = GATX Capital
5G = n/a
5H = Itochu Airlease
5J = n/a
5K = n/a
5L = n/a
5M = n/a
5N = Shandong Airlines
5P = Air Europa
5Q = n/a
5R = Jet Airways
5S = CSA
5T = Victory Aviation
5U = Dobro (Bahamas)
5V = GE Corporate Air
5W = n/a
5X = n/a
5Y = n/a
5Z = n/a
6A = n/a
6B = Novair International*
6C = n/a
6D = Shanghai Airlines
6E = Viva Air*
6F = n/a
6G = n/a
6H = n/a
6J = Air-Berlin
6K = n/a
6L = n/a
6M = Virgin Express
6N = GECAS
6P = n/a
6Q = Boullioun Aviation
6R = Wuhan Airlines
6S = n/a
6T = n/a
6U = n/a
6V = n/a
6W = n/a
6X = n/a
6Y = n/a
6Z = n/a
7A = Far Eastern Air Transport
7B = Air Holland
7C = Government of Japan (Japan Air Self Defence)
7D = Air Seychelles
7E = Aeromaritime International*
7F = n/a
7G = Malev
7H = n/a
7J = n/a
7K = Zhongyuan Airlines
7L = n/a
7M = n/a
7N = n/a
7P = n/a
7Q = Novel Leasing*
7R = n/a
7S = n/a
7T = n/a
7U = Atlas Air
7V = n/a
7W = n/a
7X = n/a
7Y = n/a
7Z = n/a
8A = Air 2000
8B = Istanbul Airlines (ntu)*
8C = n/a
8D = n/a
8E = Asiana Airlines
8F = n/a
8G = n/a
8H = n/a
8J = Tarom
8K = n/a
8L = n/a
8M = n/a
8N = Fuerza Aérea de Chile
8P = n/a
8Q = n/a
8R = n/a
8S = Shenzhen Airlines
8T = n/a
8U = n/a
8V = n/a
8W = n/a
8X = n/a
8Y = n/a
8Z = n/a
9A = Flightpath (Aravco)*
9B = Government of Brunei (ntu)
9C = n/a
9D = Linjeflyg*
9E = n/a
9F = n/a
9G = n/a
9H = Leisure International Airways*
9J = Shorouk Air (ntu)*
9K = China Xinhua Airlines
9L = Air China
9M = Air Austral
9N = n/a
9P = China Eastern Airlines
9Q = n/a
9R = Pro Air
9S = n/a
9T = Usal (Bermuda)
9U = n/a
9V = n/a
9W = n/a
9X = n/a
9Y = n/a
9Z = n/a
Alphabetical codes
AA = n/a
AB = n/a
AC = n/a
AD = Eastwind Airlines*
AE = n/a
AF = US Navy
AG = n/a
AH = n/a
AJ = n/a
AK = Privatair
AL = n/a
AM = n/a
AN = Eastern Sky (Saudi Oger)
AP = n/a
AQ = n/a
AR = Republic of China Air Force
AS = Ryanair
AT = n/a
AU = n/a
AV = News America Flight
AW = n/a
AX = Saudi Aramco Aviation
AY = n/a
AZ = n/a
BA = n/a
BB = n/a
BC = Executive Jet (USA)
BD = Valujet / renamed AirTran Airways
BE = n/a
BF = Fun Air
BG = Flightlease AG
BH = n/a
BJ = Atlas Flight Lease
BK = CIT Group
BL = n/a
BM = n/a
BN = n/a
BP = n/a
BQ = Dallah (Saudi Arabia)
BR = n/a
BS = n/a
BT = n/a
BU = n/a
BV = n/a
BW = n/a
BX = Midway Airlines
BY = n/a
BZ = n/a
CA = n/a
CB = n/a
CC = n/a
CD = n/a
CE = n/a
CF = n/a
CG = GKW Aviation
CH = n/a
CJ = n/a
CK = n/a
CL = n/a
CM = AB AeBal
CN = n/a
CP = Fordair (Great Britain)
CQ = JMC Air
CR = n/a
CS = n/a
CT = n/a
CU = n/a
CV = n/a
CW = n/a
CX = n/a
CY = n/a
CZ = n/a


User currently offlineTrickijedi From United States of America, joined May 2001, 3266 posts, RR: 5
Reply 22, posted (12 years 10 months 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 994 times:

WOw Cfalk!!! Thanks man! Very helpful info. I take it you are a collector.


Its better to be on the ground wishing you were in the air than be in the air wishing you were on the ground. Fly safe!
User currently offlineCfalk From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 23, posted (12 years 10 months 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 991 times:

As much as I would like to claim it as the result of months of research... I just copied / pasted it out of the JP.  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

Charles


User currently offlineSonic99 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 24, posted (12 years 10 months 4 days 15 hours ago) and read 988 times:


Thank goodness for cut & paste... imagine the contribution of all that typing to carpal tunnel syndrome otherwise
 Wow!

Do airlines retain a number from a leasing a/c. company?

Sonic99


25 Classic707 : If the new Pan Am were to place an order with Boeing would they still be -021 or would they get a new code?
26 Cfalk : Classic, Good question. At the moment, all of the current "PanAm" fleet is made up of old 727s. 2 of which are actually old PanAm aircraft - i.e. 727-
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