AF Cabin Crew wrote:F-GTAH Airbus 321-100 is named DAX
A previous topic on repaints has been locked. With the new livery on N500WR, I went through photographs since 1st January, 2021 I found 10 more aircraft in the Heart livery: N217JC N225WN N237WN N241WN N253WN N275WN N287WN N7704B N7735A N965WN and updated the google sheets listings. https://docs.go...Jump to post
VCVSpotter wrote:Southwest 737-700 N286WN exited storage VCV-LAS as WN8543.
Did five of the thirteen 747-200C convertibles end their service without SCDs ever being added? 1. two Martinair 200Cs (LNs 669 and 712) had factory SCDs; 2. three Iraqi Airways 200Cs (LNs 287, 289 and 565) had factory SCDs 3. two El Al 200Cs (LNs 272 and 327) no factory installation and based on p...Jump to post
Ah, so there been a few, but still seems like most have chosen not to A fairly extensive list exists on this blog: https://xfw-spotter.blogspot.com/search/label/Rfit The momentum for retrofitting these has definitely dropped in recent years; not surprising considering the status of the air travel i...Jump to post
Boliviana de Aviacion 767, registered CP-2881 spent a lot of time in the air the last three days. It flew from Santa Cruz to Seattle on January 8, arriving late that evening after nearly 12 hours aloft. The plane then left Seattle for Incheon (after approximately 2 hours on the ground) early on the ...Jump to post
SANFan wrote:Any reason AS hasn't been included in the lists? They will place MAXs into service in early March in about 4-5 markets.
GSOtoIND wrote:From what I remember there are no -200ER freighters as nobody has developed an STC for that conversion.
Did Boeing ever propose to do secondhand freight conversions on the 747SP? There likely were also issues with fitting the cargo door to the shortened rear fuselage, as well as wing clearance for accessing said door. 6064339 If you view the above photo in large size, you can see that the fuselage on...Jump to post
The breakdown on what's left to paint: 737-700: 1 (Timbers Plane) 737-800: 9 737-900: 1 (Spirit of Disneyland 2) 737-900ER: 18 Q400: 9 (All college planes, word is they are going to get a facelift, most likely Chester will be put on the tail but they will retain the college branding) Don’t forget S...Jump to post
How many a/c does AS have left to repaint? Prior to activity this month, the carrier had 1 737-700, 9 737-800, and 32 737-900 aircraft remaining for repaint. the -700 (N607AS), two of the -800 (N559AS & N560AS), and the one non-ER -900 (N318AS) on the list are in special colors: 2635144,2808954...Jump to post
I just noticed, the clip that ends with the close-up of N404PA uses 2 different planes. The plane landing has exhaust silencers. From what I've been able to find, 404 was built as a B model, no silencers. Quoting from the IMDb for the Dimension 5 movie regarding continuity goofs: "The N number...Jump to post
Antarius wrote:Clydenairways wrote:Antarius wrote:Am I the only one that thinks it looks like Air India?
Looks like TAP to me.
I meant it reminds me of the old AI livery. It definitely is TAP.
I personally prefer the current livery. This is pretty forgettable.
N557CC on a flight to SBD, just at FL280 all the way, what is going on? Conversation postponed? https://www.flightradar24.com/N557CC/2522e3d8 EDIT: will not rule out this might be a FR24 glitch, because this is weird. Same flight shows up on flightaware: https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N557CCJump to post
On a related note, in aircraft with catering in the belly, is there a catering access door, or does everything go on and off through the passenger deck? The TriStar had a catering door between the forward cargo door and the wing. 2549058,86291 The catering door can be seen in the first Eastern phot...Jump to post
KLMatSJC wrote:How many are still left in the blue tail?
grh wrote:Because it will be re-registered as D-AINZ after testing.
Lufthansa A320neo D-AINZ MSN 9442, first test flight XFW-XFW (26 Jun) https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/50047928041_795d1297ac_5k.jpg A320-271N, Lufthansa, D-AUAA, D-AINY (MSN 9442) by Mathias Düber - Aviation Photography and more... , on Flickr Aircraft shows "NZ" on the nose gear doorJump to post
Could it also be delayed until August due to winter just beginning there?Jump to post
One 757 is registered B-2866. The others, I have no idea. Does anyone else know what these planes are? 757 aircraft due: B-2866 is 34009/1048, originally with Xiamen Air. The other three, all previously with TUI Airways (UK), are 29943/871, 33100/1029, and 33101/1041. 767 aircraft due: 26329/641, a...Jump to post
VCVSpotter wrote:Omni Air 767-200ER N234AX was PAINTED at VCV, unknown what scheme it was painted in. If anyone knows please comment. It departed for AFW a few minutes ago.
wjcandee wrote:N441AZ, which was JA8362 (ANA Cargo BCF);
According to a timetable from 1978 (http://www.departedflights.com/CP102978intro.html), the 727-200 aircraft were used twice daily between Vancouver and Los Angeles, red-eye flights Toronto-Winnipeg-Calgary-Vancouver and return weekdays, and Toronto-Mexico flights on weekends. I lived, attended scho...Jump to post
rojo wrote:Does anyone know what's left from 4O's Airbus fleet?
Not too sure if this has been asked before or not. But is there a market for the 757s to be converted to freighter operations? I know that the 767s definitely will be converted since majority of Americans 767s are with airlines like Prime Air. As for the 757s, I know FedEx, DHL, and UPS have quite ...Jump to post
I was able to visually confirm split scimitars on N8619F today, so that leaves the six 737-800 frames I mentioned in my post yesterday still lacking them. Here is what I have for the 737-700 fleet fitted with splits: N223WN, N232WN, N251WN - N256WN, N258WN, N260WN, N262WN, N264LV - N269WN. N272WN - ...Jump to post
Is anyone keeping tabs on the status of split-scimitar installation to Southwest's fleet? I know that most of the 737-800 aircraft now have them, with at most 7 frames still to go. N8619F probably has them; I just have not had visual confirmation of that fact either in person or via photograph. That...Jump to post
Given the posts in the TCX bankruptcy thread, I have a suspicion the intel is correct and this is a non-starter. Most of the TCX fleet and particularly the 321’s are already spoken for , the ones going to Transat for the winter are destined to go to Jet 2 in the Uk after that, I’ve only seen a coup...Jump to post
Nine of the A319 aircraft are still in the pre-2007 livery: N517NK, N522NK-N524NK, N527NK-N529NK, N531NK, N532NK. Interestingly. all the A319 aircraft that had been in the 2007 colors have already been repainted into the current livery. AS of mid-November, all these remaining A319 aircraft have bee...Jump to post
Here are my contributions- 737-700 Fleet numbers 200-299 N202WN currently at Spokane (as noted above) Also noted as repainted (either via photograph or actual sighting): N208WN N211WN N212WN Likely repainted, but not confirmed: N204WN at Victorville mid October N219WN at Spokane late October to earl...Jump to post
Some facts about United's TPAC network out of Seattle and its successors... UA875/876 DEN-SEA-NRT: United eventually got back SEA-NRT rights. The restarted route now had a tag-on to Denver. Began 10/5/98 using 747-400s for a few months, then switched to the 772...But the JV with ANA in 2011 sounded...Jump to post
I've seen those winglets on a Transavia 737-700 (or -800, do not remember very well) in PSA sone 5 months ago. HV installed their first split scimitars on PH-HSK in February, and plans to have 5 737-800's equipped with the splits by the end of the year. Europe as a whole has been steadily increasin...Jump to post
747B was a designation first used in the late-1960s to market increase gross weight versions of the 747. There were to be passenger 747Bs, Convertible freighters, and pure freighter 747Bs. No airplane ever flew designated as a 747B.. Au contraire, mon frere. The first 747-200B aircraft, line number...Jump to post
Hey I thought I'd bump this thread... does anyone know how many A319s are left flying around in the digital or "pixel" livery? There can't be that many left flying around. I caught N531NK this past Saturday and it's still flying around in old colors. Nine of the A319 aircraft are still in...Jump to post
In the summer of 1983, shortly after I graduated high school, my family took a trip to Texas. We were in the Houston area for about a week, and then were heading back to the Metroplex on a Wednesday. The SAA flight came in on Thursday. I stayed overnight at IAH to see the 747SP arrive, then bought a...Jump to post
The airplane that became the 767 began as a Boeing project designated the 7X7. At that time (mid 1970's), three or more engines were needed for intercontinental service. The domestic model was a twin with engines around 40k pounds of thrust. The intercontinental variant would have been a trijet with...Jump to post
My apologies for the errors in my previous post; I was barely awake at the time..Yes, I meant N910DU. N914DU does have split-scimitars. The photos that I refer to are on other sites, and I recall in the past that this website takes a less-than-stellar view of posting photos from other sites. I just ...Jump to post
Of the recent 737-900ER deliveries, N901DN through N906DN do not show split-scimitars, but here is N908DN: 5351785 Other photos online show N907DN, N909DN, N910DN, N911DQ, N913DU and N914DU having also received the modification during induction. I do not yet find any evidence for N912DU, N914DU, N91...Jump to post