|Quoting YYZYYT (Reply 4):|
I've always thought that airlines should have the fin and reg somewhere in the cabin, so that geeks like us can tell... perhaps on a bulkhead, somewhere discrete?
|Quoting G-CIVP (Reply 9):|
|Quoting TristarSteve (Reply 12):|
There is also a steel plate usually in the L1 door structure at about eye height which gives all the details of registration, serial number, model type, and owner (usually a bank!) It is like the chassis plate on your car.
|Quoting MarkChief (Reply 5):|
Thank you again!!
I found this address on another thread here, and I can now obtain all the information that I want!!
|Quoting Don81603 (Reply 14):|
I'm in the process of writting a trip report, and tried the site listed above, but it can't find the flight I'm looking for (AC299 YWG-YVR 01NOV08). Are there any other sites I could get the reg numbers from?
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