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Paine Field Picture 8/29 - Where's SQ First 773ER?

Sat Sep 02, 2006 10:19 pm

The photo show 3 EK 773ERS, 2 TAAG 772ER's and 1 THA 772ER. According to several production lists out there, the SQ 773 was suppose to be built prior to THA's. So where is the SQ 773? In paint?

Here are line numbers. D2-TEE and HS-TJR are seen in the photo which have line numbers after 9V-SWA

WD 628 A6-EBT UAE B777 585 31HER 32730
WD 691 9V-SWA SIA B777 586 312ER 34568
WC 547 D2-TEE DTA B777 587 2M2ER 34566
WC 531 HS-TJR THA B777 588 2D7ER 34586


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[Edited 2006-09-02 15:27:56]
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RE: Paine Field Picture 8/29 - Where's SQ First 773ER?

Sat Sep 02, 2006 10:54 pm

Wow, I didn't realize Taag was going to get both B777' s and a B737 in such quick succession. Great looking livery. Now if they'd just start IAH-Luanda service
I love the smell of jet fuel in the morning.

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