Navion
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Which 777 Is Ln648?

Sun Jul 29, 2007 4:22 am

As I noted in my post on 5/21/07 (the day I saw the 787 on the assembly line for the first time), I saw a 772 fuselage numbered with ln 648. Does anyone know who this is for? Thanks for your help.

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brendows
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RE: Which 777 Is Ln648?

Sun Jul 29, 2007 4:29 am

Quoting Navion (Thread starter):
Does anyone know who this is for?

Ln 648 should be 4X-ECE, for El Al  wave  It was delivered to El Al on Wednesday.
 
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EYKD
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RE: Which 777 Is Ln648?

Sun Jul 29, 2007 6:20 am

Quoting Brendows (Reply 1):
Ln 648 should be 4X-ECE, for El Al

Aircraft-deliveries.com concurs. Follow this link and scroll down to L/N648.
 
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RobK
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RE: Which 777 Is Ln648?

Sun Jul 29, 2007 7:44 am

Quoting Navion (Thread starter):
As I noted in my post on 5/21/07 (the day I saw the 787 on the assembly line for the first time), I saw a 772 fuselage numbered with ln 648. Does anyone know who this is for? Thanks for your help.

Just out of interest, whereabouts on the plane did you see/find this number? I thought that only the 737s had the line no. and block ID stamped on them. Do you have a pic please?

Quoting EYKD (Reply 2):
Aircraft-deliveries.com concurs. Follow this link and scroll down to L/N648.

Thanks for the link to my site!  spin 

R
 
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EYKD
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RE: Which 777 Is Ln648?

Sun Jul 29, 2007 3:33 pm

Quoting RobK (Reply 3):
whereabouts on the plane did you see/find this number? I thought that only the 737s had the line no. and block ID stamped on them.

Indeed, I wonder about this, too. I never saw L/N stamped on the 777 body.

Quoting RobK (Reply 3):
Thanks for the link to my site!

Ah, you're always welcome! Unfortunately, your site became more plain (in terms of pictorial materials) after some recent changes. :- At the same time I have to admit that it contains some more technical info now. Where has your blog gone from the site?
 
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RobK
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RE: Which 777 Is Ln648?

Sun Jul 29, 2007 6:02 pm

Quoting EYKD (Reply 4):
Unfortunately, your site became more plain (in terms of pictorial materials) after some recent changes. :- At the same time I have to admit that it contains some more technical info now. Where has your blog gone from the site?

This has been discussed before but basically a feud erupted over use of the pics and the previously granted permission to use them was pulled by the photographer. For the most part, the blog was only a repeat of the info already on my main site, but with pics, so continuing the blog without pics seemed pointless.

The main site is updated every week, minimum; more if I'm not working away from home all week.

R

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