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How Does One Find An Aircraft's History?

Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:18 am

Greetings a.netters. Often times on a.net posts folks give the history of a particular aircraft. Date of sale. Date of first flight. History of owners. Number of cycles. Where it is being stored. Last MRO, etc., etc. I am familiar with the FAA website where you can look up the "N" number of general aviation a/c but I don't know where to go for commercial a/c history. There must be a website for such information. Can some of you learned folks out there tell me where to find such information?
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RE: How Does One Find An Aircraft's History?

Tue Apr 26, 2011 12:47 am

Airfleets.net is a great tool. Gives a lot of useful information.

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