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Help! Which AA And CO Aircraft?

Thu Dec 01, 2005 11:42 pm

One for our US members and flight tracking experts! During my recent trip to Barbados and unscheduled side visit to Trinidad, I saw several American and Continental aircraft but was unable to read the registration, tail number or fleet number (most in the dark). As I don't see that many US domestic aircraft here in MAN, if anyone can identify the following I'd be most grateful!

26 November: A CO 737 leaving BGI mid-afternoon
26 November: A CO 737 night stopping in POS (depart 27th)
27 November: An AA 757 night stopping in POS (depart 28th)
28 November: An AA 757 night stopping in POS (depart 29th)
28 November: An AA 757 landed in BGI around 2215

Many thanks!

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