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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Wed Mar 31, 2004 7:40 pm

Cool blast from the past! Thanks!

As Bluewave said, PR would use 08R because of the right turn and that an A343 doesn't have the greatest climb performance (especially when it's heavy).
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 4:04 am

HNL ATIS Info "V" has the same taxiways closed today. The winds are blowing 300° @ 3 kts. They have not switched to Kona's yet, but there is a chance it could.

Looking out my lanai, there is a PR 744, but HNL Info has no PR flight listed. It's parked @ Gate 19.

An NH 744 is in-bound as NH9406, and out bound a NH1961 to CTS.

The A310 is still parked at Hardstand 5.

Headed down to HNL to see whether those 744s will take the 8R option.

[Edited 2004-03-31 20:07:04]
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 10:42 am

The PR 744 was N753PR. Also caught the A310 taxiing out, but couldn't make out the reg. The pictures are pretty crappy looking, but still posted them to MyAviation.

Most traffic I saw used 8L for departures. The only ones I saw go to 8R was a Khalitta 747 and UA 767.
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 11:29 am

I missed the NH 744 depart, I was trying to get a different angle, but it got to 8L and out pretty quick, and the KE 772 was right behind it.

I managed to get an old colors NW 744 off of 8L from WP.

There were a bunch of F-15s and F-16s rocketting off of 8L with some pretty wild manuevers after rotating. Wish I had a video camera, stills don't have the full effect.

Got an AQ 73G and a HA 712 from ESR.

Also got a JL DC-10 from the departure end of 8L.

The PR 744 is now on the NR, must have had some maintenance problems.
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 12:41 pm

Just looked out my window, and air traffic is now Kona's. In the words of Homer Simpson, "D'oh!" Have to wait until Sunday to go spot. Oh well ...
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 1:28 pm

I imagined Hawaii had more international airlines (not flying to the continental US). What aircraft is Royal Tongan using on the route?
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 2:23 pm

Most of the Asia/Pacific airlines fly to LAX and/or SFO... there are several in fact who serve those but not HNL (Singapore, Cathay Pacific, Asiana, Malaysian, EVA come to mind off the top of my head).

Royal Tongan uses a 757-200 to HNL.

Someone earlier suggested starting a Yahoo club... in fact, I've run one for years... http://groups.yahoo.com/group/airtransporthawaii.

David / MRY
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 2:43 pm

Clipperhawaii,

Where did you get that overhead shot of HNL? I've been looking for one for a while and haven't seen a pic like that anywhere!

Congrats Bluewave on getting your pic on A.net! Hope to see more from you soon.

-Jordan Long
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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 6:20 pm

By the way, the registration number of the NH B744 we saw on the 27th was JA404A. The registration number of the NH B742 we saw on the 28th was JA8174. Will post photos soon.
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 7:16 pm

Oddly enough, Singapore, Asiana, EVA Air, and Garuda all used to serve HNL. It's too bad they don't. So did Thai's predecessor Air Siam. If I remember correctly, Singapore used 742s and 743s, Asiana used 763s and 744s, EVA used 762s and 763s, and Garuda used MD-11s. Air Niugini used to serve HNL with 707s.

Thanks Je89_w, for posting the NH 747 reg info.

Will post some of today's photos after spotting on Sunday. Kona winds would be nice to have the heavies taxi past the GA lot.

Saw the CI 744 take off while going back to the LD side after taking photos @ ESR. That 744 practically used the whole runway. Would have been a cool shot from the departure end of 8L. Darn I missed that one too!. That side street (I forgot the name) off LD is a great spot to get a heavy take off on 8L or short final for 26R.

[Edited 2004-04-01 11:39:58]
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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 7:24 pm

And once upon a time GA used the B742, which also is no longer in service.
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Thu Apr 01, 2004 8:14 pm

Out of curiosity, I dug deep into the "List Older Messages" to see if people are still looking @ "HNL Rarities ..." I found that the "views" count has gone up to 24,850! It's amazing that it is still generating interest eventhough it was locked over 5 days ago.?!?
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 4:12 am

The PR 744 has left. Usually, the 744s are used for the night flights, and their A340 does the morning departure.

The same taxiways are closed again today.

PO has one of their 744Fs @ HS5.
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ha763
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 10:17 am

Here's the picture of the A310 that left yesterday. The reg was blocked by the wing, plus I had to take a quick shot in between my work so it came out quite blurry.


MyAviation.net photo:
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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 1:39 pm

It looks like an ex Singapore Airlines A313. A bunch of those birds (in exact paint scheme) are still sitting in SIN as I type. Some SQ A313s are going to other airlines, and some are being ferried to Boeing/Mojave (the one you Ha763 caught). I remember seeing rows of them parked when I was in SIN this last summer.

You can tell by those P & W engines too, that it's a Singapore Airlines A313.

Nice shot, and congrats on the HNL rarity!  Big thumbs up

Perhaps it's 9V-STE, one of the many blank A310s:

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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 1:51 pm

The last A310 that was here just had the SQ titles and logo blanked out. The one that Ha763 got looked like it could have been going in either direction (east or west). Looks like SQ had more time to make their A310s look very "generic".

It seems like HNL is due for a delivery flight for Asia. I believe someone had posted a list of QF deliveries from Boeing, there may be one or two this month.
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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 7:22 pm

Here is a shot of the NH B744 we saw on the 27th of March:

https://www.airliners.net/addphotos/big/ready/nh744_32704.jpg

Enjoy  Smile
 
Bluewave 707
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 7:34 pm

Nice shot, good close up of that NH 744.

Pray for nice weather on Sunday! Might have a bit of time to go spotting on Saturday, but don't know what time.
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 7:58 pm

For any spotter of Dash 8-300's. All recent and future new Dash 8's for QF will be delivered via San Fran, Honolulu and Majuro. From April to July a further four are to be delivered. Unsure of the new registrations although they will be three for Eastern Australian Airlines (Qantas Link) with regos VH-TQ?, and one for Sunstate Airllines (Qantas Link) with rego VH-SB?

........ Now that would be a rare sight of a QF Dash 8 in HNL!!






 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 8:41 pm

G'day! Thanks for the heads up!

Will they be in the QFLink colors?

We will definitely be on the look out for these birds, and checking FC for them, and will post the photos on either A.net or MA.net. Hopefully they will rest @ WP since they fly Dash8s.

Speaking of Dash8s ... The ones going to ANK and JAL networks, are they passing through HNL? Or are they going through ANC?
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Fri Apr 02, 2004 10:23 pm

Aloha Hawaii!

It always brings back memories to hear and see the news from HNL! I have been to Hawaii 5 times and -prior to 9/11 - spend wonderful hours at the airport with my camcorder! Nowadays there is no chance to get airside (or to the museum) without a boarding pass - and I am very sad about it! But I will return to HNL on June 28th to spend another vacation on the islands I love the most! Always keep the "Aloha Spirit" alive (I wish we would have only 10% of it in Germany!)!! Mahalo
Born to fly! It's more than a passion - it's a yearning!! At home in DUS(Dusseldorf)!
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 4:21 am

Thanks for looking in. Welcome to "our little corner of the Pacific and Aloha spirit" on the internet.

A bit of sad news ... The museum located in the main terminal, has been closed after 9-11-01. Obviously with the amount of people restricted to travellers, the visitor count dropped. Some business came through field trips, or people seeing their friends (or relatives) off (or arrive), or people would shop there for gifts.

Keep checking in every so often. Danke.
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HNLFlyBoy
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 7:00 am

Hey Bluewave,

were you out spotting at the Lagoon lot this morning around 0900? I was too and thought that may be you in the car next to me, but didn't want to ask. I was driving a white BMW 525i. Did you see me if that was you? I was crazy enough to get out in the rain and watch the 742F taxi by me and was that a G2 behind of him?

HNLFB
 
je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 12:27 pm

Thought I saw a DC-10 (OAI I think) takeoff on 08L this afternoon from town.

Were those same taxiways closed again?
 
ha763
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 2:39 pm

There seems to be a lot of fighters passing through HNL/HIK this past week. I could hear them in the office/warehouse and when I went out on the ramp today (and got soaked), I actually got to see that all except one were F-16s.

Also saw an Evergreen 747F takeoff from 8L.
 
HNLFlyBoy
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 3:27 pm

Ha763,

I saw them taking off this morning, was like 6 or 8 of them. It was awesome.

HNLFB
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 3:35 pm

Those dash 8's will be in QF link colours. Wish I knew exactly when they will be heading by in HNL.
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 3:38 pm

I did not go out to HNL today. Must have been someone else. Definitely not in the rain.

Heard a bunch of fighters go out around 1330 or a bit later, while I was in downtown.
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HNLFlyBoy
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sat Apr 03, 2004 6:15 pm

whoa Bluewave, good think I didn't go up and ask the guy if he was you. He didn't have a cam or scanner, so I didn't think it was you. It was pouring, but I was out there, in the rain, no umbrella, just watching the planes. Damn, I loved it! We all need to get together one morning, seriously. On the weekend if possible, so Je89_w can join us.
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sun Apr 04, 2004 4:44 am

FC reports nothing rare coming in today. Might go out today if time permits.

No taxiway closures, but if the winds take a more westerly track, we may see a switch in the traffic patterns.

Will be on the look out for those QantasLink Dash8-300s in the next few months.
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sun Apr 04, 2004 9:38 am

Have we posted trhe pictures of the REX Saab yet....??? I'd love to see them...
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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sun Apr 04, 2004 10:00 am

EMBQA, I'll be posting them soon! I just have to upload them.

Have a bunch of photos posted on A.net.  Smile
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sun Apr 04, 2004 10:30 am


HI guys,
Mind if I make my contribution to the rarities bit.
GARUDA actually started service to HNL with a DC-10-30 that was a
code share with CO. The plane was painted half GA half CO and operated
DPS/GUM as a GA flight and then CO took over on the routing GUM/HNL/LAX.
When GA started their own service, the DC-10-30 was the plane of choice
on a routing of JKT/DPS/BIK/HNL/LAX and return. This was upgraded to a
B747-200 Combi and operated WED/FRI/SUN. When the MD-11 came on line
the routings were changed to CGK/HNL/LAX/HNL/DPS/CGK. The flight at
one time was a daily service. Small point of reference, I had actually applied
to be the GA Station Manager in HNL, never got the position, but I did travel over there quite a bit and even trained the new handling agent when
Signature Flight Service took over from Canadian.
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Sun Apr 04, 2004 2:09 pm

Went out around 1400 to look around, saw the last few JL flights depart.

Saw a NetJets BBJ, N129QS, land on 4R, and park @ B/A, but the view of it is blocked by a Gulfstream (III or IV), N265SJ (which has been here a while). FC reports another NetJets plane here, a Dassault Falcon 2000, that arrived after 1700 today. It's probably parked @ B/A.

707-330B, N88ZL, is still parked @ ASH.
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 2:56 am

I have noticed that JL's new livery does not incorporate the "Reso'Cha" livery. It seems like those are becoming rare. The DC-10-40s that have been re-painted do not show any of the colorful Reso'Cha livery. Looks like we better get our photos while we can,

Can't wait to see the new UA livery @ HNL, too.
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ha763
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 8:50 am

Some of the new livery DC-10s do have the Reso'Cha livery. It's just that it is very rare to see them in Hawaii. Most of the DC-10s sent to Hawaii are painted in the regular JAL livery and not the JALways livery, even though they are operated by JALways crew. In fact, one of the new livery JALways DC-10s was in HNL last year. Truthfully, I've yet to see a JALways livery DC-10.


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The question is when are they going to repaint the JALways 747s into the new ?
 
je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 10:21 am

If you noticed, the Reso'cha B743s of JAL originally sported the "JAL" titles before until they finally added the "ways" to it in 2001.

Never heard of a new livery JALways DC-10. I thought JAL repainted their "JALways Reso'cha" titles to "JAL Reso'cha" instead.

Couldn't make it to HNL today. Was busy in the morning.
 
ha763
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 1:13 pm

The new livery puts the JALways titles in smaller and lighter print behind the JAL titles instead of only JALways titles. Check out the picture in my previous post (and the photographer).
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 2:18 pm

Oops! My bad. Failed to look over JO photos before posting. I apologize.

Went out around noon, but there was nothing special. Did see the NetJets Falcon2000 but was in such an angle I couldn't get a decent shot, even from WP. The RB) (closed), Germany">BBJ was gone. There was an AZANG KC-135E that landed on 4R, it passed T/W F before it touched down.

Came home @ 1800 to find a NW DC-10-30 taking off from 8L when I looked out my window. A few minutes ago I saw a CO 764 climb out from 8L. I checked HNL ATIS, but it made no reference to 8R being closed, only T/W B is closed between G and RB to all civil traffic. May have a bunch of USAF trnsports parked there?

Read in the newspaper that the US Dept of Homeland Security is encouraging transit locations to beef up security. The threat level is not being raised to Orange yet. They are calling it "Yellow Plus". We in HNL knows what that means ...
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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 2:42 pm

Whoops too, I didn't even notice the JALways titles behind the JAL titles! Embarrassment What makes it worst is that I'm the photographer!

Arrggghhh! 08L was opened for heavies on a weekend! Looks like I missed the opportunity.  Sad
 
je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 2:51 pm

Just heard the tower clear Delta 256 heavy for departure on runway 08R. So I guess heavies are allowed 08R takeoff again. But ATIS still says taxiway B is closed for civil operation between G and RB??  Confused

Oh no, not again (code orange)!
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 3:25 pm

"Yellow Plus" is short of Orange. All this because of the bombing in Spain.

Mainly, it's be extra careful of people leaving unattended bags on buses, trains, planes, depots, bus stops, stations, harbors, and airports. And of course, suspicious behaviour.

May not be able to go out to HNL until Wednesday, but will post info in the morning.
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 3:32 pm

Cant wait to see the QF Dash 8s in SFO, hope you guys in HNL have luck spotting them. Ive been to HNL numerous times, I like the outdoor design of the airport. Great state, great city, great airport. How many flights on JL do you guys get a day? Last time I was there, I saw about 5 JL planes there at the same time. (Mix of D10, M11, and 747s)

-Copa
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je89_w
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Mon Apr 05, 2004 4:42 pm

Oh BTW, here are some shots of REX and other stuff:

https://www.airliners.net/addphotos/big/ready/nh742_32804.jpg
https://www.airliners.net/addphotos/big/ready/rex_s340_32804.jpg

I will submit my other Rex shots to MyAviation.net, because A.net doesn't accept "doubles". That was just my favorite Rex shot because of the WP Dash 8 taking off.
 
Bluewave 707
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Tue Apr 06, 2004 3:08 am

HNL ATIS info B, a few minutes ago, only reports that T/W B is closed between G and RB.

Nice shots, checked out the links above.

FC reports no rare birds on their list.
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ha763
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Tue Apr 06, 2004 8:47 am

I there are a couple of B-52s parked around txwy B. That would explain the closure. At first I thought they were C-141s or even C-5s, but they didn't have a t-tail. Plus, I eventually could make out the double pod engines.
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Tue Apr 06, 2004 2:43 pm

Two B-52s? Wonder when they will depart? When they do, it's going to be LOUD. Of course, no outside the USAF knows when.

A USCG C-130 was doing touch-and-go's around 1900, heard that on my scanner, and saw it do one off of 8L.
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HNLFlyBoy
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Wed Apr 07, 2004 1:46 am

Can someone post a link to a runway map of HNL? I know someone may have already, but I failed to save it and really want to learn the numbers of all of the runways as sometimes I get lost here with you chat. Been wanting to learn them anyway.

thanks,
HNLFB
 
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Wed Apr 07, 2004 4:18 am

Go to airnav.com (link below) type in HNL in the location/airport code. After the page loads, go to the very bottom, and click on the www.naco.faa.gov... link. It will take you to a pdf download map in black & white.


http://www.airnav.com


HNL ATIS reports Rwy 4R is closed, and T/W B is still closed between G and RB.
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ha763
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RE: HNL Rare Birds ...

Wed Apr 07, 2004 8:25 am

B still closed because the B-52s are still parked there. Saw a UA 744 taxi out today around 0730. Its the first time in a long time since I saw a UA747 in HNL.
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