capt_smith
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How Can I Identify The A/c I Was On....

Sun Dec 10, 2000 9:55 am

I want to find out the tail N-number of the NWA DC-9 I flew on in NOV 98. How do I go about finding this out? Can somebody at NWA assist me with this? I can provide date, flight number and orig/dest cities. We took a photo of the a/c, but cannot identify the tail number. Thanks for your help.
 
flyf15
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RE: How Can I Identify The A/c I Was On....

Sun Dec 10, 2000 10:01 am

Go ahead and post the pic if you can, some identifying markings may be visible. Other than that, it would be extremely hard, if not impossible, to find the N#.
 
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N2111J
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RE: How Can I Identify The A/c I Was On....

Sun Dec 10, 2000 12:18 pm

If the fleet # is visible, then the tail # can be traced easily. On NW DC-9's the fleet # is 4 digits, and appears on the lower front of the fuselage and also back near the tail.

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