aircraft88
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Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Thu Oct 30, 2003 10:44 pm

On Friday 25th July, I felw on my two week holiday to Crete.

I flew out from London Gatwick (LGW) on the 25th around 9-10pm at night.

I flew back on Saturday 9th August to Gatwick and we landed dead on time at about 6.30am.

I know I flew a Boeing 757 there and back but I sadly didn't get the registration.

Does anybody know which Air 2000 aircraft I flew?

I would be extreamly grateful if anybody could help me.

Thankyou,

AIRCRAFT88
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Rick767
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Thu Oct 30, 2003 11:10 pm

The Heathrow & Gatwick Airport Movements site shows one AMM 757 flight on 25th July (G-OOBE):

http://www.lhr-lgw.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/gatwick/july03/jullgwrest03/rlgw250703.html

Unfortunately without a flight number it is impossible to tell if that relates to your flight or not.

To know for sure you would need a contact in the company, Crosswind might be able to help or give Air 2000 a call there's no reason they shouldn't happily find out for you.

(p.s. Good movements site above, http://www.lhr-lgw.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk)
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ACEregular
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Fri Oct 31, 2003 7:51 am

Could you see which 757-200 operated the Amm155d flight back to MAN from ACE on Mon 27/10 as I was on it and at both airports the reg was not visable. thanks.
 
ACEregular
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sat Nov 01, 2003 7:54 pm

Still no ideas, I cannot find much info at all about MAN flights.
 
Tolosy
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sat Nov 01, 2003 8:28 pm

Is there such a site for CDG

Movement site for CDG
 
pilot kaz
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sat Nov 01, 2003 8:56 pm

hay,
and a site 4 luton (LTN/EGGW)???
thanx alot
kaz
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David_itl
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sat Nov 01, 2003 11:22 pm

Kaz for LTN try this one.

ACEregular - sorry can't help with the AMM 155D (it escaped me). I'm still ploughing through the months I'm lagging behind on my movement site - it's not as pretty to look as other ones but I hope that I've got greater coverage of the British stuff.

David
 
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Crosswind
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sun Nov 02, 2003 1:26 am

Sorry for the delay in reply!

Aircraft88,
From the times you gave your flights were the following;

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AMM599C
G-OOBE
25/07/2003

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AMM599D
G-CPEV
09/08/2003

ACEregular,
Yours was the following;

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AMM155D
G-CPEP
27/10/2003

I'm guessing you have reviewed your flight on another website?  Wink/being sarcastic

One minor point;
The scheduled depature/arrival times for flights are always block times, so the departure time doesn't relate to takeoff/landing time, but to the time the aircraft is scheduled to depart from/arrive at the gate.

For example at Gatwick you can expect a 20-25 minute taxi at peak times, dependant on ATC. So a flight that is scheduled to depart at 0800 which pushes back bang-on-time at 0800 will not be airborne until 0820-0825. Wile some passengers will regard this as a 20-25 minute "delay" the taxi time is accounted for in the schedules, the flight is ontime and should arrive ontime.

Your flight home was off blocks in Arrecife 10 minutes late - within 15 minutes of schedule so an "on time" departure in aviation terms, and arrived on stand in Manchester 3 minutes late, so again within 15 minutes of schedule.

Glad you liked the green leather seats, you should see the lilac leather seats on the 767s!

Regards
CROSSWIND
 
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sun Nov 02, 2003 1:43 am

Take it you have been reading carsurvey.org - Crosswind?
 
jmc757
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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sun Nov 02, 2003 1:58 am

I took a ride in G-CPEV in July BHX-TFS. Really very impersssed!! The aircraft must have had a complete interior refit between BA and AMM, as the overhead bins and ceiling panels etc were not like the normal 757 style, more curvey. The whole aircraft seemed brand new (think its actually a 1998 build?).
Was really impressed with air2000, those new seats were really comfortable!!

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RE: Which Air 2000 Aircraft Did I Fly?

Sun Nov 02, 2003 6:10 am

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