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  • Can someone explain this?

    http://flightaware.com/live/flight/CKS424
    WTF mate!?
    If there seriously was a 742 at NAS and I missed it, I ought to punch someone in the face.

  • #2
    Since when did the bankrupt Kitty Hawk get a 747? Thats wierd.


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    • #3
      What's there to explain? Its a 747 going to NIP...probably some military BS

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Crism
        What's there to explain? Its a 747 going to NIP...probably some military BS
        No, you don't understand.
        We have P-3's and S-3's.
        It's exciting to see a C-40 operation, and I about pee my pants if an E-2 comes in. Hitler would be leading orientation tours in heaven before we would get a 747 here.
        And I know flightaware [email protected] up alot: once it told me an Air France C130 was flying from NAS JAX to Manchester, UK. But if this should happen to be true...
        I'll need to find some underwear.

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        • #5
          Something is not right with the name on the fligth aware...Everything except for the Kitty Hawk name would point to this being a Kallitta flight.

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          • #6
            I am pretty sure it was a Kalitta flght.
            You've got to try to find what's right before your eyes-Finger Eleven


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            • #7
              Last year or so.. same thing it happened to me. I saw a flight C-130 airline code was AF it showed Air France. Someone told me that's error and should be AF = Air Force not Air France the computer was wrong detail sometimes just like this about Kitty Hawk. LOL! Computer is not always perfect detail right. Good catch dude. That's funny to see this.


              Stuart

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              • #8
                "Kitty Hawk International Inc. D/B/A American International Airways "Connie" (Ypsilanti, MI)"

                It was a Kaletta 747 look at the call sign.
                Robin Guess Aviation Historian, Photographer, Web Designer.

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