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  • Michael Rodeback
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    I saw a 727 photo once and its registration ended in Alpha-Sierra-Sierra

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  • brianw999
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    French Mirage 2000D’s are coded F-UG**

    Code F-UCKU does not exist in the French Air Force.

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  • zomeu
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    Maybe there's a Mirage 2000D of french Air Force with F-Uniform Charlie Kilo Uniform (french M2000 fighters are F-Uxxx).

    Maybe...
    (Military OACI registrations exist but are not published....)

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  • ATLcrew
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    Originally posted by Quebec Golf View Post
    Canadian registrations (except ultralights) start with C-F or C-G only. Even the backwoods ones.
    Indeed. That airplane is actually registered C-GMAB. They have another one, C-GTFO.

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  • Quebec Golf
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    Originally posted by ATLcrew View Post
    Nolinair (or some backwoods carrier up there) has a 732 C-OMFG.
    Canadian registrations (except ultralights) start with C-F or C-G only. Even the backwoods ones.

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  • LX-A343
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    https://www.jetphotos.com/registrati...EX?term=HB-SEX

    Yep .... HB-SEX

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  • brianw999
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    In the UK.....

    G-SEXX. Piper Cherokee.
    G-SUCK. Cameron hot air balloon.
    G-BOOB. Cameron hot air balloon.
    G-SEXY. American AA1. (Cancelled)
    G-BUTT. Cessna 150.

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  • 3WE
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    Take any N-number ending with four Quebec, and then abbreviate it, but don't get phonetic on the letters...

    Does ATC still abbreviate N-numbers?

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  • pawelm
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    In Poland there is a Cessna 182 with SP-WTF reg

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  • ATLcrew
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    Originally posted by TeeVee View Post
    haha! nice!!!
    While in Brazil ultralight aircraft carry the registration prefix PU. And yes, someone did register theirs PU-Sierra Sierra Yankee.

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  • TeeVee
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    Originally posted by ATLcrew View Post
    Nolinair (or some backwoods carrier up there) has a 732 C-OMFG.
    haha! nice!!!

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  • ATLcrew
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    Originally posted by TeeVee View Post
    i didn't actually look into whether CFIT? was a tail number for any aircraft. i read a report about C-FITW and found it strange. nothing more.

    you can go back to relaxing now
    Nolinair (or some backwoods carrier up there) has a 732 C-OMFG.

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  • TeeVee
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    Originally posted by bleuair View Post
    That was not my question. Why is the letter W ending this well known abbreviation any poorer than C-FITA, C-FITB,... guess you just didn‘t think of these others?
    i didn't actually look into whether CFIT? was a tail number for any aircraft. i read a report about C-FITW and found it strange. nothing more.

    you can go back to relaxing now

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  • bleuair
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    Originally posted by TeeVee View Post
    CFIT is an aviation acronym for Controlled Flight Into Terrain.
    That was not my question. Why is the letter W ending this well known abbreviation any poorer than C-FITA, C-FITB,... guess you just didn‘t think of these others?

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  • TeeVee
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    CFIT is an aviation acronym for Controlled Flight Into Terrain.

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