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  • When I checked the database entries for N621US, I found a duplicate s/n.
    19919 is allocated to N621US, a 747-135 of NW and to N77773, a B777-267 of Cathay, which is s/n 27266 with B-HNB. How can this happen?


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    www.Frankfurt-Aviation-Friends.eu

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    • Finding C/N for these two !

      I'm posting these two rejected for a friend.

      He said both got rejected for " Bad Info: Serial Number/CN "

      The KC-135R is 60-0347 and the F-16D is 91-0465.


      Anyone can help me out here?



      Inactive from May 1 2009.

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      • Originally posted by MaxPower
        I'm posting these two rejected for a friend.

        He said both got rejected for " Bad Info: Serial Number/CN "



        Anyone can help me out here?

        You can check them easily on http://www.scramble.nl

        I did it for you, and here are the results

        KC-135R is 60-0347 c/n: 18122


        F-16D is 91-0465 c/n: CD-20

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        • Originally posted by degi
          You can check them easily on http://www.scramble.nl

          I did it for you, and here are the results

          KC-135R is 60-0347 c/n: 18122


          F-16D is 91-0465 c/n: CD-20
          Thanks a bunch, Peter.
          Really appreciate it.

          I've lost my bookmarks. Thanks for the scramble link.
          Inactive from May 1 2009.

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          • tu 95 CN

            I hove a photo to be uploaded but without its CN, I can not do that.
            Need the help to find the CN:
            the plane is code of 16, a Tu-95, Russia, at, 23 August 2007, Zhukovsky
            Thanks!

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            • and, if we are unable to get a CN, that means we can not upload photos?

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              • Shimin,

                The Tu95 c/n is 34135.

                ...and if you can't find the c/n after a reasonable search i.e. JP phot's already in the database, Airliners.net, www.scramble.nl or Google then leave a message to the screeners and leave the c/n field blank.

                Russian aircraft are especially notorious for being difficult to track down information on.
                If it 'ain't broken........ Don't try to mend it !

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                • Anybody have any idea on the reg/cn for this? Or should I just leave it empty?

                  http://www.jetphotos.net/viewqueued_b.php?id=2036491

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                  • Any help?

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                    • Ryan,

                      reg 87-0325
                      c/n 5C-586

                      ...but this assumes that No. 3 is always the same aircraft.
                      If it 'ain't broken........ Don't try to mend it !

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                      • Originally posted by brianw999
                        Ryan,

                        reg 87-0325
                        c/n 5C-586

                        ...but this assumes that No. 3 is always the same aircraft.
                        Thanks Brian, I think I will use that info as I don't remember them switching 3 out then...

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                        • Amerer Air BAe146QT

                          Hi folks,

                          Wonder if anyone has info for reg/cn for this aircraft, shot taken Southend/EGMC, 16 Aug 08, have some info, aircraft is possibly ex G-JEAJ (msn E2099) of FlyBe a 200QT. Maybe aircraft is off the register waiting new allocation ..?

                          not a very good photo so dont think it would pass for inclusion in the JP data base so its just for my records.



                          thanks for any help,

                          regards,

                          Steve

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                          • Here Steve,

                            Amerer Air acquires first new BAe 146QT
                            Austrian cargo airline Amerer Air will acquire the first newly-converted BAe 146QT. Amerer Air is based in Linz and currently operates a Fokker F27-500 freighter. It will receive former Flybe series 200QT, G-JEAJ (msn E2099), which was converted to QT standard by Aerostar in Bacău. After a successful first flight in this configuration on June 25, she was ferried to Southend for painting into Amerer Air colors. She is currently undergoing final maintenance checks, after which she will be ferried to Linz. Amerer Air will operate her on behalf of major integrator companies and on ad hoc freight charter work. Amerer Air was founded in 1995 by Captain Heinz Peter Amerer who is joint owner and Chief Executive Officer. Captain Amerer is also an airline pilot and engineer and has built up Amerer Air with his wife Susanne Amerer and their versatile team to achieve a high quality cargo business. [2008-07-08]
                            From http://www.smiliner.com/news/current.shtml

                            [photoid=6306909]

                            -Chris

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                            • Evening Chris,


                              Many thanks for the info, much appreciated, will try and keep a eye on her possible for re-reg.

                              regards,

                              Steve

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                              • Hi folks,

                                For reference 'Amerer Air BAe 146QT' at Southend/EGMC now has registration OE-IAA.

                                cheers,

                                Steve

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