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Where Did SIA's Ex-B 747-200s And 300s Go?

Sun May 13, 2001 6:29 pm

As you may know, a few of Singapore Airlines's B 747-300s are in storage. And one of them was sold to Dragonair.

How about the B 747-200s that they used to own? When did they leave SIA's fleet actually? And where did they go?
 
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RE: Where Did SIA's Ex-B 747-200s And 300s Go?

Sun May 13, 2001 6:40 pm

SQ B747-200s were sold to Aerolineas Argentinas , i not too sure about the date through
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They are still operating the B747s and going to retire soon
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RE: Where Did SIA's Ex-B 747-200s And 300s Go?

Sun May 13, 2001 8:55 pm

747-212Bs

9V-SIA : Evergreen International as N483EV
9V-SIB : Evergreen International as N482EV
9V-SKQ : Northwest Airlines as N644NW
9V-SQC : MK Airlines as 9G-MKL
9V-SQD : Atlas Air as N808MC (GE Engines)
9V-SQE : Finova Leasing as N620FF
9V-SQF : Finova Leasing as N619FF
9V-SQG : Air Djibouti as C5-OAA
9V-SQH : Olympic Airways as SX-OAC
9V-SQI : Olympic Airways as SX-OAD
9V-SQJ : Olympic Airways as SX-OAE
9V-SQK : UPS as N522UP
9V-SQL : UPS as N526UP
9V-SQM : Aerolineas Argentinas as LV-YPC
9V-SQN : UPS as N525UP
9V-SQO : JAL as JA8193 (Super Logistics)
9V-SQP : Northwest Airlines as N641NW
9V-SQQ : Northwest Airlines as N642NW
9V-SQR : UPS as N520UP
9V-SQS : UPS as N521UP

747-312s

9V-SKA : Stored at SIN
9V-SKD : BCCI leasing as N793BA
9V-SKH : Stored at VCV
9V-SKJ : Stored at SIN
9V-SKK : Air Atlanta Icelandic as TF-ATG
9V-SKL : Air Atlanta Icelandic as TF-ATS
9V-SKM : To be leased Dragonair after freighter conversion
9V-SKN : TAAG Angola as D2-TEA
9V-SKP : To be leased Dragonair after freighter conversion


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RE: Where Did SIA's Ex-B 747-200s And 300s Go?

Sun May 13, 2001 9:10 pm

You can find full histories on ANY airliner on the website www.airlinerlist.com . Download the 747 spreadsheet and search on Singapore or 312 series or so.
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