flyguy1
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Aircraft Registration Numbers

Tue Sep 14, 1999 8:48 am

It seems to me that most airlines outside the United States print the Reg. # under the left wing. Why is this? What would make US carriers decide to avoid this practice?
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iahcsr
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RE: Aircraft Registration Numbers

Tue Sep 14, 1999 4:34 pm

The most likely answer would be that some European government regulations require it. The FAA doesn't.
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