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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY357 View Post
    British Aerospace Jetstream 31, small prop?


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    No, not a small prop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZY357 View Post
    British Aerospace Jetstream 31, small prop?


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    Nope,she carries around 18 pax so no, not a small prop.
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    Thanks guys.

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    Just want to know if the King Airs (any series) are Small Props or not. I know that this thread says No Categories but I have been getting mixed rejections for King Airs for not ticking Small Prop or ticking it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomas_cubero View Post
    Just want to know if the King Airs (any series) are Small Props or not. I know that this thread says No Categories but I have been getting mixed rejections for King Airs for not ticking Small Prop or ticking it.

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    No they are not.

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    DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter and its derivatives, small prop or not?

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    Assuming a Twin Otter is in a similar category as "De Havilland Canada Beaver/Otter", see original post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomas_cubero View Post
    DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter and its derivatives, small prop or not?

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    Not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LX-A343 View Post
    Assuming a Twin Otter is in a similar category as "De Havilland Canada Beaver/Otter", see original post.
    I actually did see the Beaver/Otter but then again these are older, smaller and single-engine aircraft, think this is a tougher one to decide.

    EDIT: Thanks for the reply AJ, will have that in mind!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AJ View Post
    Not.

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    This is warbird/vintage correct?
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    Yes Ryan it's correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omar Alex Saffe View Post
    Yes Ryan it's correct
    Thanks Alex

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    DC-3 and DC4 i assume are vintage?
    Lockheed Electra as well?
    and what about Aero Commanders? Small prop or not?
    "Flying Bulls" Alphajet Warbrid or not?
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    What about these:
    Luscombe 8

    Cessna L-19/O-1 and Cessna 305C Bird Dog
    Aeronca 7AC Champion
    Klemm Kl-35D
    Fairchild M-62
    All
    small prop and vintage?

    cheers, Pamela

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    DC-3 and DC4 i assume are vintage? - Yes
    Lockheed Electra as well? - Yes
    and what about Aero Commanders? Small prop or not? - Small Prop
    "Flying Bulls" Alphajet Warbrid or not? - Not
    Luscombe 8 - Yes
    Cessna L-19/O-1 and Cessna 305C Bird Dog - Yes
    Aeronca 7AC Champion - No
    Klemm Kl-35D - Yes
    Fairchild M-62 -Yes!

    Thank guys.

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    Hello, I was wondering what categories should be selected for TP-01, the 757 for the Mexican Air Force. I'm guessing Military, but don't know if it is Business as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_J View Post
    Hello, I was wondering what categories should be selected for TP-01, the 757 for the Mexican Air Force. I'm guessing Military, but don't know if it is Business as well.

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    Military for sure as it's a Mexican Air Force plane.

    Business ? Hmmm, probably not as it's a presidential aircraft but leave a note to screeners asking for it to be ticked in screening if required. Personally, I would accept either.
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    Military, yes. But, judging by other photos of gevernment owned civilian aircraft, do not select business jet. Other examples: Germany's A310, A340 in France, ...

    Cheerio

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    Thank you both Bryan and Gerardo! Much appreciated.

    Cheers!

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