flpuck6
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BA 744 Reggies

Thu Sep 27, 2001 2:22 am

Since someone posted a question on the registrations of Continental a/cs, I was wondering the following:

Is there a significance to the two different reggies on BA 747-400s? Does one mean a certain configuration and the other another? (Similarly, the UAL reggies designate certain features as well. Another example are the LH planes. The letters designate weight and freight containers, if I remember correctly. Can't remember the letter designations though. 'A' 'B' 'I' etc.)

G-CVI-
G-BNL-


Bonjour Chef!
 
flpuck6
Posts: 2047
Joined: Fri Jun 11, 1999 12:32 am

RE: BA 744 Reggies

Thu Sep 27, 2001 2:27 am

Whoops, the reggies are G-CIV-, not the way I have written above.
Bonjour Chef!

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