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Is The AER Lingus EI-ASJ & ASI Scrapped

Sat May 05, 2001 7:18 pm

I need help I lost track of the Ex AER LINGUS Boeing 747-100 EI-ASJ &EI-ASI .Could anyone help me to find traces of these aircrafts .Ineed information even they are scrapped and I also need photo evidence with your answers and replys .
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RE: Is The AER Lingus EI-ASJ & ASI Scrapped

Sat May 05, 2001 7:34 pm

They are currently with Kabo Air, Nigeria, as 5N-AAA and 5N-ZZZ. Only rarely used, mainly for Hadj flights, the aircraft are basically stored.

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