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ptrjong
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ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 6:15 am

Hi,

Data for PK-YTS are embargoed for me on www.aerotransport.org (though they're linking to my pic Smile

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I would like to find out the identity of this 'new' 732.
Would any ADTB.org subscriber be kind enough to take a look for me?

Thanks!

Peter
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yyz717
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 7:46 am

I'm an ADTB.org subscriber. The database has no info for this registration. Must be very new.
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 7:57 am

Oh, well. For me it said 'embargoed to non-subscribers' but so they just don't know either...
Thanks, 717.
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 9:08 am

There are ways to get round that "embargo" quite easily, but rest-assured that they don't know the cn yet themselves.

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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 4:59 pm

just go to airlinerlist.com and download their 737 classic spreadsheet, chances are if you sift through there long enough, you'll find it
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 8:42 pm

Quoting NorthstarBoy (Reply 4):
just go to airlinerlist.com

Thanks, but that site doesn't have the c/n, either. (It does give a delivery date - wrong, as I photographed the aircraft one week earlier...)

My advice to the people of ATDB.org: be honest. This sucks.
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 9:17 pm

Quoting Ptrjong (Reply 5):
Thanks, but that site doesn't have the c/n, either. (It does give a delivery date - wrong, as I photographed the aircraft one week earlier...)

The fact that you photographed it a week earlier does not mean that it's been delivered. Planes can often sit around for weeks, sometimes months fully painted up, before delivering.

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My advice to the people of ATDB.org: be honest. This sucks.

I've already told you, they don't know it.  sarcastic 

RK
 
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sun Dec 11, 2005 9:54 pm

Quoting RobK (Reply 6):
The fact that you photographed it a week earlier does not mean that it's been delivered

I know, but this aircraft was in service, unloading and loading pax at PKU.

Quoting RobK (Reply 6):
I've already told you, they don't know it.

Yes, thank you. And I advise them to be just honest about that.

Peter
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Mon Dec 12, 2005 2:29 am

Hi Peter,

Probably after publication of the last issue of AViation Letter the problem will be solved. I am one of the editors of airlinerlist.com and responsible for the 737classic. The date mentioned was published as seen without a known constructionnumber in Aviation Letter magazine. The letter "s" in front of the airport indicates that the aircraft was "seen/reported" that day for the first time.
When you drop me a PM with the exact date you took your picture I can add it if the constructionnumber is still unknown with ther next update of our site.

Regards

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Mon Dec 12, 2005 3:04 am

Hi Aart,

Quoting Embraer145 (Reply 8):
The letter "s" in front of the airport indicates that the aircraft was "seen/reported" that day for the first time.

Apologies for not noting that 's'. I sent you a PM. Dank je wel.
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RE: ADTB.org Subscribers: C/n Sought

Sat Dec 17, 2005 7:52 pm

yyz717.
As you are a ATDB subscriber and i was hoping that you can provide me with some information on B747-200 msn 23501. It has been acquired by Air Universal, was initially registered as 5B-AUC and then trsnferred to a Pakistani registeration of AP-BIE. I would like to know the reason for the de-registeration from Cyprus and registeration in Pakistan. I would appreciate the help. Thanks

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