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  • SAS9115

    Anyone know why this plane just landed in Shannon (SNN) Ireland? I couldn't find it's destination and SAS don't fly into Shannon to my knowledge.

  • #2
    Do you have any more information? Type, registration?
    Mike


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    Radarspotting since 2005

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Anmer View Post
      Do you have any more information? Type, registration?
      Except that it landed around 21.30GMT from Stockholm, not sure which airport and I think it was an A320. Sorry didnt record any other info.

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      • #4
        It did not show on SNN Arrivals or ARN Departures.

        SAS9115
        Airline: SAS
        Aircraft: Boeing 737-683 (B736)
        Reg: LN-RPW
        Altitude: 6125 ft (1867 m)
        Speed: 269 kt (498 km/h, 310 mph)
        Track: 268
        Hex: 47831E
        Squawk: 7362
        Pos: 59.5666 / 17.6821
        Radar: F-ESSA2

        http://fr24.com/2012-10-07/19:48/SAS9115
        AMS Daily Fight Information: http://schiphol.dutchplanespotters.nl/

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        • #5
          Flights numbered SAS9xxx are ferry flights. The aircraft is probably going in for a maintenence check. These flights will never (well, should never) be displayed on airport boards.
          ENFB.net
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          • #6
            Yes the ferry flight makes sense. I passed by Shannon Airport today and there was an SAS aircraft outside a maintenance hanger so that was probably it. Thanks for replies very helpful

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