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David Tokoph 727's 7P-DPT & 3D-DPT

Sat Oct 09, 2004 10:31 am

Folks,

Does anyone have confirmed c/n's for either of these aircraft?

7P-DPT was flight-planned to fly Malta to 'HLLM' Mitiga? on 5 October, type B727.

The c/n for 7P-DPT has been reported as 18370 which would make it ex N25AZ. However, N25AZ is still current on the US register.

Perhaps it's actually c/n 18933 which would make it ex 3D-DPT, maintaining the registration and just a country prefix code ?

Can anyone comment further?

Cheers,

Rob K

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