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Help In Identifying A/c Type...

Sun May 25, 2003 2:48 am



Can someone help me identify the aircraft type of 9M-WAC as shown above?

The picture was taken by me and I only know it is a Piper Seneca but nothing more, like which version of the Seneca.

And I have got a picture of a "Shorts Skyvan 3 Variant100 (SC-7)"... and if I were to upload it what should I put in the aircraft type field?

the helicopter in the background (9M-PHG) is a "AEROSPATIALE 355N ECUREUIL 2" and again what should I put in the aircraft type field (I have a shot of it with no obstructions and another angle).

And yes I know that Royal Brunei (Sultan's private jet) is an A340-212 registered V8-BKH  Big thumbs up

THANKS a lot guys  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
 
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RE: Help In Identifying A/c Type...

Sun May 25, 2003 3:26 am

Looks like a Piper Seneca to me

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RE: Help In Identifying A/c Type...

Sun May 25, 2003 3:39 am

Yes Derek I too think its a Piper Seneca.. but the latest Seneca is the Seneca V and the one in the pic does look quite new but could be like IV or III or whatever which I cannot tell..
 
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RE: Help In Identifying A/c Type...

Sun May 25, 2003 7:20 am

9M-WAC is a Piper PA-34 Seneca for which the cn is not yet known and thus the exact type cannot yet be firmly established. So for the upload choose Piper, then PA-34 Seneca, and then PA-34-... Seneca

9M-PHG is indeed an Aerospatiale AS-355N Ecureuil 2, choose Aerospatiale, then type (as the AS-355 is not yet listed at the upload page) AS-355 Ecureuil 2 as the generic type, and AS-355N Ecureuil 2 as the version. It is cn 5620.

For the Shorts choose Shorts, then type SC-7 Skyvan as the generic type, and then SC-7 Skyvan 3-100 as the version.

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RE: Help In Identifying A/c Type...

Sun May 25, 2003 11:55 am

Thanks a lot Invader!  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

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