ua777222
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Google's 767-200 Registered In The United States

Thu Jun 15, 2006 12:42 pm

To carry the registration N773WD. Former QF 767-200 VH-EAN. They also own a Gulfstream V that carries the registration N42GX.

Look forward to seeing this crazy aircraft. Certified two weeks ago.

Thanks,

Matt
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RE: Google's 767-200 Registered In The United States

Thu Jun 15, 2006 3:57 pm

May I ask why this is a "Crazy Aircraft" ????
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RE: Google's 767-200 Registered In The United States

Thu Jun 15, 2006 4:16 pm


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RE: Google's 767-200 Registered In The United States

Fri Jun 16, 2006 9:40 am

Quoting Symphonik (Reply 2):
I still think Steve Jobs travels with a bit more style, though:

I would beg to differ....


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RE: Google's 767-200 Registered In The United States

Sat Jun 17, 2006 12:11 am

Quoting UA777222 (Thread starter):
To carry the registration N773WD. Former QF 767-200 VH-EAN

I saw this in heavy maintenance in Miami last month. I wondered who it was going to.

Why the strange registration? Why not N773G*?

And why is this not ready for the scrapheap like the other QF 767's?

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ua777222
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RE: Google's 767-200 Registered In The United States

Sat Jun 17, 2006 12:09 pm

Quoting BigOrange (Reply 4):

I saw this in heavy maintenance in Miami last month. I wondered who it was going to.

Why the strange registration? Why not N773G*?

And why is this not ready for the scrapheap like the other QF 767's?

What kind of paint was she carrying? Or was it still the QF paint. There was an article about this aircraft in the WSJ and it was said that the PPP (Price Per Passenger) was far lower than that of a Gulfstream (which they own). Interesting article. If you have a membership it's worth a read. I'll try to find the article if I can and type it up for you all.

Thanks,

Matt
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