|Quoting Dakota123 (Thread starter):|
Boarded a UA 737-522 yesterday and, as I usually do, glanced up at the data plate inside the boarding door. This one had -222 scratched out and -522 etched in just below with an electric etcher. Typo or a conversion?
Sorry, didn't catch the line number or tail number.
Pretty sure I know the answer, but still curious
|Quoting Speedracer1407 (Reply 5):|
Hey, perfect opportunity to ask this:
So far, i've only been able to find date of manufacture plates (which seems like the same thing discussed here) on MD-80s. It's on the left side of the main cabin door jamb when entering. Since discovering this, i've looked on every plane I've boarded, but haven't been able to find it in the second or two I'm actaully standing in the doorway. Any advice on where to find them on 737s, DC-9s, Airbuses, and so on?
|Quoting Starlionblue (Reply 8):|
Trust MD to have it nice and visible. Old school!
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