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EAF422, BOH--->CPH, What A/c?

Mon Aug 05, 2002 8:22 pm

Tomorrow Tuesday a European Aircharter flight is scheduled to arrive at CPH 10:30. Flight number is EAF422.
Does anybody know what aircraft to expect?
 
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RE: EAF422, BOH--->CPH, What A/c?

Mon Aug 05, 2002 9:21 pm

Most probably it's a B737-200.

It's unlikely they'd use a B747-200 on such a short flight, unless they have been contracted to carry a very large group of passengers for a special event. The BAC1-11s have been retired now.

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RE: EAF422, BOH--->CPH, What A/c?

Mon Aug 05, 2002 10:04 pm

Crosswind,are the BAC1-11 stored at BOU?
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RE: EAF422, BOH--->CPH, What A/c?

Mon Aug 05, 2002 10:38 pm

The BAC 1-11's are indeed stored at Bournemouth. If I look out of the window I can see them on the oposite side of the airport. I don't know what they intend to do with them but they must be getting in the way. Some of them look pretty bad as they were used for spares and not really looked after.
 
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RE: EAF422, BOH--->CPH, What A/c?

Tue Aug 06, 2002 1:03 am

Crosswind
Thanks for your answer. It's probably a 737, however Copenhagen is a popular harbour for cruise-ships so theres a small chance it's a 747. Unless anybody knows for sure i just have to wait until tomorrow and see what turns up.  Smile

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