Milesdependent
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Emirates A330 Registrations

Sat Apr 01, 2006 9:02 am

Is there any difference between the EA* and EK* registered Emirates A330 aircraft? EG: For instance, are the 2 class planes registered EA* and 3 class EK* (in the same way as SQ have their 2 class 777s as SR* and 3 class SQ*)?

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emirates777
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RE: Emirates A330 Registrations

Sat Apr 01, 2006 11:18 pm

No there is no difference.

The high density acft are EKQ, EKR, EKZ, EAA, EAB, EAC, EAK, EAL, EAQ and EAS.

The remainder are all low denisty.

Rgds
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steman
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RE: Emirates A330 Registrations

Sat Apr 01, 2006 11:50 pm

Don't they assign aircraft to routes according to capacity?
I'm asking this because two weeks ago I flew DXB-SEZ (Mahe, Seychelles) on A6-EAK (which should be a high density conf. And flew back a week later on A6-EAN

Ciao

Stefano
 
EKDriver
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RE: Emirates A330 Registrations

Sun Apr 02, 2006 12:17 am

Sometimes a 3 class plane gets assigned to a high density route, due to demands on the route network. Happens every so often.

EKDriver

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