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  • Dear FlightRadar24 Team,

    SprintAir fleet comprises the following aircraft:
    Saab 340A v.cargo (7),
    Saab 340A v.pax (2),
    Saab 340A QC (3),
    ATR 72 v.cargo (4)
    ATR 72 v.pax (1)

    There is 17 aircraft in fleet not 19. You can also check it here: sprintair.eu/en/ueber_uns/flota/
    So in summary you need to remove from databse two aircraft, SP-KTL and SP-KPF.
    Thank you for your kind attention and kind regards
    Katarzyna

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    • 42434F
      VP-BFF
      A321
      Airbus A321-211
      7645
      Aeroflot
      AFL
      2017-04-11

      Currently in the DB as VPBFF and Type 321 close but no cigar

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      • 478455
        Reg 9G-ASG
        Airline Gianair
        ICAO Code GIN
        MFG 1988-05-18

        Still using its Norwegian hex, the old registration is not current.

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        • A39FE7
          PT-FAA (ex N3322M)
          SR22
          Cirrus SR22
          3746
          Private owner

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          • Originally posted by Tabbex View Post
            A39FE7
            PT-FAA (ex N3322M)
            SR22
            Cirrus SR22
            3746
            Private owner
            A39FE7 (N3322M) is a current Cirrus test registration, it appears around the world where owners are too lazy to reconfigure the transponder

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            • A39FE7 (N3322M) is a current Cirrus test registration, it appears around the world where owners are too lazy to reconfigure the transponder
              Ok.

              0AE04D (changed of A4C5DB)
              TI-BAG
              C206
              Cessna 206H Stationair
              206-08254
              Private owner

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              • 49C171
                OK-WAR24
                BRM Aero Bristell ELSA
                Private owner
                OKWAR24
                NG5 (not ULAC)

                Thank you

                Martin

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                • 3D0E3F
                  I-LMAR
                  TRF1
                  Team Rocket F1
                  170-165
                  Private
                  2013

                  Using a German hex code that was used by C172 D-EDQL that was destroyed in a crash in 2013, correct hex code should be 30DE3F

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                  • 424164
                    VP-CFF
                    EC55
                    Eurocopter EC155B1
                    6988
                    Private
                    2014

                    Currently in the DB as a 'Blocked' B738

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                    • Originally posted by apgphoto View Post
                      3D0E3F
                      I-LMAR
                      TRF1
                      Team Rocket F1
                      170-165
                      Private
                      2013

                      Using a German hex code that was used by C172 D-EDQL that was destroyed in a crash in 2013, correct hex code should be 30DE3F
                      As the German a/c was written off in Italy, it sounds like the transponder has been re-used.

                      I'm not sure about that code 30DE3F, though. It seems to be a long way out of sequence with other Italian codes?
                      Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                      • I have learnt anything is possible with ENAC and their random system, 31DE3F maybe a better match.

                        The C172 was destroyed on the side of a mountain, wasn't much left but it is possible the transponder was reused.

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                        • Ouch.

                          That's even more odd, then.

                          Edit: Having just found a picture of the crash site, it does seem unlikely that anything was salvaged.
                          Last edited by 40612; 2017-05-17, 09:48.
                          Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                          • Not sure if the plane was sold to Germany, or if only the transponder was shifted, but 505CB2 belongs to:

                            505CB2
                            D-MDTR
                            WT9
                            AeroSpool Dynamic WT9

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                            • 4B1BA4
                              ICAO Type HUSK

                              Currently in DB as ULAC

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                              • 440206
                                XA-DIA (changed of PH-TAK)
                                DA42
                                Diamond DA42 Twin Star
                                ...
                                Private owner

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