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AUA1471 OE-LAT at 43000ft?

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  • LN-MOW
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    Probably to get above other traffic. Most aircraft types have 41.000 ft as max. That means that you get the route you want at FL430.

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  • mezzoman
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    Hi, Thanks for the info, but it's very very unusual to see any airliner up above 39,000ft. I was just hypothesising why it might be up there.

    Rob

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  • LN-MOW
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    The service ceiling for a 767-300 is 43.100 feet.

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  • mezzoman
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    AUA1471 OE-LAT at 43000ft?

    Hi,

    This seems unusually high for an airliner. Possible ferry flight with no PAX?

    At present over the North Sea on radar T-EGHP1.

    Rob
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