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  • Thanks for your help Dave. The cn number appears difficult to find!

    Regards, Evan

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    • Hey everyone,

      I need some help with 2 planes.

      First one I need help with what kind of plane it is and Ill need the construction number probably if you can find it.
      http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...dit_c_gdre.jpg
      Thats a pic of it.

      Second is a Piper Warrior with the reg code of C-GGDI and I need the construction number on that one too.

      Thanks in advance for any help,
      Andrew

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      • C-GDRE Beech D35 Bonanza
        c/n: D3539

        C-GGDI c/n: 28-7415680
        “The only time you have too much fuel is when you’re on fire.”

        Erwin

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        • Thanks for your help Erwin.

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          • Not sure how to get the data from this shot.

            http://www.jetphotos.net/viewreject_b.php?id=2235741

            Any help is much appreciated.

            -Chris

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            • Hi Chris,

              The shot needs to be uploaded as an airport overview with night shot and airport overview categories selected.

              http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthread.php?t=44179

              Gianluca

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              • Originally posted by magic48 View Post
                Hi Chris,

                The shot needs to be uploaded as an airport overview with night shot and airport overview categories selected.

                http://forums.jetphotos.net/showthread.php?t=44179

                Gianluca
                Thanks for the quick reply Gianluca. I had never paid attention to that thread and it seems to have come back to haunt me. I will upload it again with the correct categories selected and put the correct info in the right places.

                Your help is much appreciated.

                -Chris

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                • Hey,

                  I need some help again. I was wondering if anyone knew the model of the red Cessna in the back of this photo. Its nose is slightly rounder and its wings more curved than the Cessna 150L in the foreground.
                  http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...s/DSCF1107.jpg

                  Also would anyone know what the red plane in the foreground of this photo was. Info on the rocket in the background would be appreciated too. I know rockets arnt really a JP thing but I dont know where to check into it.
                  http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...s/DSCF1123.jpg

                  Lastly, I was wondering about a good site for checking CN numbers? The sites I was using for plane info dont include CNs.

                  Thanks,
                  Andrew

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                  • For Canadian registered aircraft try here for data.

                    http://www.tc.gc.ca/aviation/activep...ncedsearch.asp
                    If it 'ain't broken........ Don't try to mend it !

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                    • Any idea on the reg of this United A3xx?

                      http://machimages.com/temp/JP.net/UNKUADEC302008RNO.jpg

                      "4841" is on the nose but I couldn't find any info searching with that code.

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                      • Originally posted by RCoulter View Post
                        Any idea on the reg of this United A3xx?

                        http://machimages.com/temp/JP.net/UNKUADEC302008RNO.jpg

                        "4841" is on the nose but I couldn't find any info searching with that code.
                        N441UA (ex-Ted) has the Fleet Number 4941, could the '8' be a '9'?

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                        • Originally posted by AJ View Post
                          N441UA (ex-Ted) has the Fleet Number 4941, could the '8' be a '9'?
                          It's definitely an '8' as you can see from the enlargement. Any other ideas?

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                          • The last two digits of United's fin numbers are the last two digits of the rego, leaving only A319 N841UA or A320 N441UA. As yours is an A320 I'd have to suggest that on return from Ted the fn was changed to 4841!

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                            • Originally posted by AJ View Post
                              The last two digits of United's fin numbers are the last two digits of the rego, leaving only A319 N841UA or A320 N441UA. As yours is an A320 I'd have to suggest that on return from Ted the fn was changed to 4841!
                              That seems reasonable, thanks AJ! I will use N441UA then

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                              • Does anybody have an idea wich aircraft was wearing the 80 FTW tailcode in early 2006?

                                http://picasaweb.google.de/talon4hen...81351362075442

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