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Call Signs

Fri Mar 09, 2001 1:20 am

I recently found out that America West Airline's radio callsign is "Cactus". I never knew that untill I went to LAX with my new scanner the other day.
I know these weird ones:
Redrock= National Airlines
BA= Speedbird
AmWest=Cactus
Anyone else know any bizzare ones?
 
englandair
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RE: Call Signs

Fri Mar 09, 2001 2:15 am

British European= Jersey
Airtours International= Kestrel
Air 2000= Jet setter/Jet set (I can't remember)
Aer Lingus= Shamrock (my fav callsign)
 
BostonBeau
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RE: Call Signs

Fri Mar 09, 2001 2:34 am

Well, Air Florida was "Palm". Pan Am was (and is) "Clipper". And South African is sometimes "Springbok"
 
spoiler
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RE: Call Signs

Fri Mar 09, 2001 2:41 am

A medical evacuation flight's call sign is 'lifeguard.' (At least here in the States...)

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