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777-200LR At SEA

Fri May 06, 2005 7:06 am

I was driving today and I noticed that the B772LR was on final approach to PAE this afternoon. I looked at the flight tracker website and noticed that it flew BFI-SEA-PAE. It was at SEA from 6:00am until 2:00pm than flew up to PAE. Anybody know what it may have been doing at SEA for the day?
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RE: 777-200LR At SEA

Fri May 06, 2005 8:15 am

Not unusual to fly to SEA to test approach-instruments. The 773ER was several times at SEA.
I wouldn't pay too much attention the the times, the flight-trackers are often wrong and sometimes mix up UTC and LT. It was most likely a touch and go.
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