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Indonesian Lionair's Trijet

Sun Jan 07, 2001 12:34 am

I came back from Indonesia on 2nd of Jan. When i was in CKG i saw Lionair's trijet. I wasn't sure what a/c that was. It was a narrow body a/c. And i can't be sure whether it was B727 or Tu134. Does anybody know?
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RE: Indonesian Lionair's Trijet

Sun Jan 07, 2001 12:54 am

It's a Yak-42 (registration number RA-xxxx), I saw it also today (Jan 6, 2001) at CGK and I also managed to take a picture of it.

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RE: Indonesian Lionair's Trijet

Sun Jan 07, 2001 6:35 am

FYI, Tu-134 is a twinjet, the trijet you are thinking of is the Tu-154...
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