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|Quoting D5DBY (Reply 9):|
how can 2 different AC have the same CN (construction number)
|Quoting D5DBY (Reply 12):|
so in theory 2 different AC could have the same CN number AND the same line number?
|Quoting ClassicLover (Reply 12):|
With the CN, yes, but they would be from different manufacturers.
Line numbers would correspond with each different aircraft type - you would have 737s, A320s, MD80s - all of them, as they all begin with line number 1 and continue until the last frame is built.
|Quoting D5DBY (Reply 8):|
i have a question....how can 2 different AC have the same CN (construction number)?? i thought the CN number was unique for every AC...
for example there are several AC that have the CN number 271. how is that possible?
|Quoting A340Spotter (Reply 18):|
Now now...let's be a little more clearer
Same manufacturer, same cn, can happen, but same cn, same type, never
|Quoting VirginFlyer (Reply 9):|
To my knowledge, this is the sole survivor of TE/NZ's DC-8 fleet.