A388 wrote:CX747 wrote:Will do.
Our Aerostan 747-200Fs, find themselves in Kyrgyzstan and the old Portugese territory of Macau currently. The -200F of GEO is between Frankfurt and Tblisi. All of those destinations are a long way away from the warm waters of Curacao. ER-BAT and BAR are hit or miss on actual location.
Thanks CX747. Indeed they operate far away from the Caribbean but I remember seeing them flying to Costa Rica and Panama on an occasional charter. Curacao is known as a fuel stop destination for cargo airlines so I really they will consider Curacao as their fuel stop destination
A little late in notification but Aerostan's 747-200F EX-47001 was in your neck of the woods recently. It passed through Trinidad & Tobago on its journey to and from Peru. It is now much further East, in Pakistan but food for thought. I assume 47001 or 47002 shall be in your area again and who knows where they let down to shuffle cargo and refuel.
What a great run of Pakistan-Egypt-Morocco-Cape Verdes-Trinidad & Tobago- Peru and then back in a very similar manner. Great way to spend a cold winter. Warm climates, tropical waters and Classic steam gauged 747s. Wonderful way to make a living.
Interesting news on 4L-GEN, our RB-211 thundering 747-200F making a trip to Iranian territory and back.....Geo Sky has been doing a good job with GEN as it's been pretty much operating a good schedule for over a year plus now.