justplanesmart
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Aircraft Diverted To SEA On May 24

Tue May 27, 2003 3:22 pm

In another post, the situation last Saturday at Vancouver with fuel contamination was discussed. Several aircraft made stops at Seattle, including Air Canada flight 41 from YVR to HNL. I saw this plane, a 767-200, departing SEA just after 1800 local time, but I was not able to see its registration. So, being the avid spotter that I am, I would like to know if anybody knows or can find out the registration for this plane. Also, if anyone knows specifically what other planes visited Sea-Tac that day due to the fuel situation. I know many of the flight numbers, thanks to information from MEL in the other post, but would like to know any registrations that others know of. I thank all in advance that can fill in any info.
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RE: Aircraft Diverted To SEA On May 24

Tue May 27, 2003 11:05 pm

CO 1911 YVRIAH (a 737 ... Sub-type unknown) stopped in SEA that day. I thought it very odd at the time as I was unaware of the fuel issue.
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RE: Aircraft Diverted To SEA On May 24

Sat May 31, 2003 6:34 pm

I will bring this topic back to the top this once, hoping to get some more replies. Please chime in with any info. Thanks.
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