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    Hi,
    I have had to take Monarch airlines to a small claims court to enforce compensation due under regulation 261/2004. I have received notification from their solicitors they intend to defend the case.... No surprises after reading recent press info about other cases. On this site I see you can get data regarding the actual aircraft. Monarch are claiming the airplane was out of service for a number of weeks, what I want to try and establish is if indeed it was out of service. Is there any way I can retrieve old data on the particular aircraft? Does the airline have to log the actual registrations of aircraft it uses on flights? The aircraft in question was G-EOMA and the dates in question are 24th June to 8th July 2012.

    Any info would be greatly received.

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    Flightradar24 does not hold data for more than about 30 days, according to this site it would appear that the Aircraft did not have much activity in that period.

    http://www.libhomeradar.org/database...323338&page=22
    AMS Daily Fight Information: http://schiphol.dutchplanespotters.nl/

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    • #3
      Thanks speedbird if I'm correct looking at the data it did fly on the 26th! Do you agree

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      • #4
        A positioning flight only - not a schedules air passenger service. I believe it was from Gatwick to Manchester, though I may be wrong.
        RTL1090 | Planeplotter: kS (Manchester area SMU) | FlightRadar24: T-EGCC23 | Live-Military-Mode-S: Stalybridge, GB
        Nikon D90 | Nikkor 18-105VR | Tamron 70-300 Di LD
        Basestation.SQB file for PlanePlotter - Updated 03/08/13

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