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  • Originally posted by gvandenbussche View Post
    Here are pictures for G-Ciac.

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]8885[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]8886[/ATTACH]
    Need to be on jetphotos to appear on fr.

    Sent from my XT1092 using Tapatalk
    Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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    • Originally posted by ekrk5 View Post
      I'd like to bring to your attention, that Boeing no longer use the so called Customer Number.
      B737, B738 and B739 is now simply B737-700, B737-800 and B737-900 (ER is possible for the 900). The same for B747, B767 and B777.
      This is reflected in the FAA Type Certificates for the types.
      The change affects as follows (type/line number): 737/6082 - 747/1534 - 767/1102 - 777/1422
      Read more on FAA pages and here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o...customer_codes
      We have been through this before. With the exception of the 737 Max and the 787, Boeing is still using the "customer number" internally (proper name for them is firing order configuration). The line numbers quoted above are completely fabricated and no such change happened. That info came from a blog site which is known to be unreliable.

      It is true that Boeing only shows the generic type on the airframe data plate and also official country registers (this has actually been the case for some years now) but many sites have chosen to continue listing them for accuracy and continuity as Boeing also continues to use them on their own internal documentation. Flightradar24 is one such website, also planespotters.net and some other sites, as well as my own blog.

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      • AIRLINE: LL502 /BSK502 (Miami Air International)
        REGISTRATION: N734SX
        MODE-S CODE: A9DB8D
        TYPE: B738

        Spotted doing 490kts at FL390... well outside C172 specs
        T-CYSJ1 || VirtualRadar

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        • Originally posted by sgu222e View Post
          AIRLINE: LL502 /BSK502 (Miami Air International)
          REGISTRATION: N734SX
          MODE-S CODE: A9DB8D
          TYPE: B738

          Spotted doing 490kts at FL390... well outside C172 specs
          Miscoded on one box, using the hex of the C172.

          Correct code A9D38D.
          Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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          • Originally posted by 40612 View Post
            Miscoded on one box, using the hex of the C172.

            Correct code A9D38D.
            Good to know. I was going to go shopping for a 172 capable of FL390 and 400+kts
            T-CYSJ1 || VirtualRadar

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            • AA23B3
              N752YX

              First flight: 25/08/2017

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              76CDB0
              9V-SMP
              Singapore Airlines
              SIA

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              Last edited by Amauri1955; 2017-09-28, 16:51.

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              • 343105
                Regestration is - LY-AGJ
                Type is C172 , Aircraft Cessna 172L Skyhawk
                MSN 17259326
                1971-00-00

                5110CD
                Type is Airbus Helicopters H130 T2
                MSN is 8236
                Owner is AS OG Elektra

                51105A
                Age is 1974-00-00

                5110DB
                Age is 2017-06-00

                511044
                Owner is Pakker Avio
                Age is 2008-05-00

                511043
                Aircraft is Cessna 172R Skyhawk
                MSN is 17281530
                Owner is Pakker Avio

                4AC859 is now 1507E8 with regestration RA-67560, age is 2002-00-00
                Last edited by Tviki; 2017-09-29, 08:10.
                F-EETU1, F-EETU5, T-EETU1

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                • Hello,

                  we´re still having the same problem :

                  Glider "D-6873" is seen with the wrong Registration "D-5160" - please be so kind an correct the database:

                  ModeS: DDB196
                  Registration: D-6873
                  ICAO Type code:
                  Type: Gilder - Schleicher ASK21
                  MSN:
                  Airline:FSV Bad Toelz
                  Paint code (ICAO):
                  Operator code (ICAO):

                  Regards

                  Oliver

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                  • 320015
                    Reg MM81838
                    MSN 31574
                    MFG 2014

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                    • Reg: N888HG
                      ModeS: AC3C43
                      New Aircraft
                      Manufacturer:Beech
                      Model: B-55
                      c/n: TC-2440
                      build in 1982

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                      • VP-CAL

                        First flight took place on 23. Aug 2010, so it's 7.1 years old

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                        • 3D3701
                          This is now G-ETBT ex D-ETBT

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                          • Originally posted by EGPD2 View Post
                            3D3701
                            This is now G-ETBT ex D-ETBT
                            G-ETBT is 40739D
                            Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                            • Originally posted by 40612 View Post
                              G-ETBT is 40739D
                              True, it should be that, but FR24 showed "D-ETBT" flying out of Inverness earlier today and that aircraft (a PA38) has not had its transponder recoded to the correct Mode S, hence my post.

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                              • Good to know.
                                Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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