|Quoting airtrainer (Reply 1):|
Hi Soren, you were on N75435 according to libhomeradar.org
|Quoting fshplns (Reply 4):|
With the merger going on, in the end, all UA aircraft will have 4 digit a/c #s.
|Quoting Birdwatching (Reply 6):|
Could you also please get me the tail number of sister ship # 3451?
Is there any on line source to convert a UA aircraft number to their respective N number?
|Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 5):|
I thought the sUA aircraft N numbers were going to stay the same, but all new incoming aircraft will have the NXXXXX "full numeral" tail number from this point on regardless if the aircraft was a sUA order or a sCO order....
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