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Is There A 9V-SMX?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 7:11 pm

Hello everyone,

I don't think SIA has an aircraft registered 9V-SMX? But from this photo, it really seems that it is SMX.


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RE: Is There A 9V-SMX?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 7:12 pm

I doubt so. I cant find any 9V-SMX in my Airline dictionary. This aircraft looks more to be 9V-SMK then 9V-SMX.

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RE: Is There A 9V-SMX?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 7:14 pm

I think under the SIA A310 fleet, there is no STX too. Anyone know why SQ skipped "X"?

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RE: Is There A 9V-SMX?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 8:02 pm

It IS 9V-SMK.

SA has 747-400s (pax versions) registered from 9V-SMA to 9V-SMZ inclusive, except for 9V-SMX, for some reason. They also have 9V-SPA to 9V-SPQ inclusive, except for SPK (crashed). SPP and SPQ have not been delivered yet.

For their 747-400 freighters, they have 9V-SFA to 9V-SFR, but is also missing one - SFN.

Ansett operates three 747-412's which is the designation for 747-400s built for Singapore Airlines. They might account for the missing planes, but I can't confirm that.

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RE: Is There A 9V-SMX?

Wed Jun 13, 2001 9:58 pm

Hey Charles,

Thanks so much for clearing things up! By the way, 9V-SPP has been delivered recently.

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