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Backstreet Boys' B737

Mon Nov 20, 2000 9:32 am

pop-band Backstreet Boys has leased a B737 from which company? and what's the reg. no?

The flight will be Tokyo-sydney-cape town- rio-new york. Are they non-stop or what?
 
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Off Topic

Mon Nov 20, 2000 11:06 am

Hmmmm. Good Question

BACKSTREET BOYS SUCK!!!!!

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RE: Off Topic

Mon Nov 20, 2000 11:41 am

I agree, they do suck!

Back on topic:
Their 737 probably is a BBJ.
 
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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Mon Nov 20, 2000 2:40 pm

Back off topic, what airport did they film the video for "I Want It That Way" at? MCO?

Thanks...

BTW, they really do suck.

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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Mon Nov 20, 2000 3:38 pm

LAX they used the Bradley Building!
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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Mon Nov 20, 2000 11:06 pm

This just in...Backstreet Boys suck.  
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?

Tue Nov 21, 2000 1:28 am

From the paper i got today, the a/c looks more like a 763er? It definetley isnt a 737. Backstreet Boys suck!!!
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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 4:20 am

It could be Netjets of Ohio. I belive they now have the BBJ for Fractional ownership.

And I like their music; I took my daughter, and her friends to their concert last year. I rated it a good show. And thats from someone who used to, and still does listen to AC/DC, Van Halan.
 
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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 4:24 am

Maybe privatair? They have a whole fleet of BBJs for that purpose.

http://www.privatair.com

Avion
 
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767!

Tue Nov 21, 2000 5:41 am

Backstreet Boys visited the MTV Europe Music Awards (November 17, 2000) in Stockholm with a Boeing 767, reg. VP-BKS. There were LARGE Backstreet Boys titles all over the aircraft.

Oh, yes, they SUCK!  

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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 6:09 am

Well, according to British music site worldpop.com, here's what they say:

Since leaving Stockholm after performing at the MTV Awards, Backstreet Boys have travelled to Tokyo, Sydney, Cape Town and Rio De Janeiro, and worldpop's very own Michelle Garnett is the only journalist to accompany them every step of the way. The Boys are travelling on a privately hired Boeing 767, captained by Danny Burke, the pilot who used to fly Elvis Presley on trans-global engagements.

When you're travelling 26,000 miles in four days and spending 55 out of 100 hours on a plane, comfort becomes a top priority. Not that that's a problem for the BSBs. The Backstreet jet boasts a spacious bedroom complete with vibrating double bed, a lounge big enough for the Boys to play football in, leather walled toilets and a fully-stocked kitchen. 'It's immaculate, beautiful, a dream come true,' gushed AJ McLean. 'It has a whole dining-room table with silver service and the most delicious food served up by a personal chef.' And with a choice of no less than nine deserts each day, worldpop will also be sorry to say farewell to this home from home.

'We've never travelled in this kind of luxury before,' added Howie Dorough. 'It's a shame we can only afford this for four days!' Brian Littrell even described the plane as the most beautiful thing he'd ever seen, apart from his wife of course!


Although they don't give reg and stuff like that on the article, it's gotta be in line with SE-HJORT's post with reg. VP-BKS, which I researched to get this info:

VP-BKS
Boeing 767-3P6ER
c/n 27254
b/n 522
ex A4O-GW (ex. Gulf Air)

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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 6:17 am

hello people
it is rare that i can bring u guys such info. the backstreet boys landed in cape town 2day. they have their own personal boeing 767 which includes a vibrating bed. the plane belongs 2 an undisclosed arab royal.

till later
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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 6:54 am

They have their own 767? What kind? I thought they just chartered planes.
BTW, Backstreet Boys really do suck!  


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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 7:48 am

Wait a minute. Have we finally found the one topic both Airbus lovers and Boeing lovers can agree on?

The Back Door Boys blow! Can't wait till I see a concert poster where they headline with Limp Noodle. Man, what is going on with music these days? One crap band after another...God please let this end soon.
 
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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 10:05 am


All-Boy and All-Girl groups suck regardless of who they are  

Now if it was a 777 with someone like Van Halen on board and the big VH down the side, then I would go out for a look-see.

A question. How many famous people have private jets? I believe John Travolta has a B707 and Greg Norman I think has a B737 BBJ (both fly their aircraft themselves).

B727-200.
 
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RE: Backstreet Boys' B737

Tue Nov 21, 2000 12:18 pm

Did they buy it after all or it's just lent for their tour ? They maybe make a lot of money but not as much as to have a B767 !! I hate BSB too but don't say it to my younger sister !

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