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According to ads-b, now over harderwijk heading west, is UAE17, logging as A6-CTP, a Cirrus SR22 at 40.000 feet. Looks a lot more like an A380 to me, but which one?
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frank kramer wrote: 13 Jan 2021, 11:01 According to ads-b, now over harderwijk heading west, is UAE17, logging as A6-CTP, a Cirrus SR22 at 40.000 feet. Looks a lot more like an A380 to me, but which one?
according flightstats it should be A6-EVM
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I am happy to find that there is nothing wrong with my eyes. Although I doubt that I could have spotted a Cirrus at 40.000 feet... if it could get there in the first place...!
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Currently over centreal NL heading south, a B737. FR24 says it's a B737-4H6F but no hex/registration info, Global ads-b says it's B737-9 P4-TAJ (which would make it VQ-BBB by now) with two different HEX-options: 4248F3/48435D. Flight is given there as GJW46BO, originating from Helsinki. Can anyone shed more light on this?
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frank kramer wrote: 02 Mar 2021, 17:22 Currently over centreal NL heading south, a B737. FR24 says it's a B737-4H6F but no hex/registration info, Global ads-b says it's B737-9 P4-TAJ (which would make it VQ-BBB by now) with two different HEX-options: 4248F3/48435D. Flight is given there as GJW46BO, originating from Helsinki. Can anyone shed more light on this?
Via some experts on Twitter I heard it was P4-EBO from Helsinki to Chalons Vatry
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And another interesting bird overhead: after a 180 degree turn over Amsterdam on its way back to Germany: AIB597B, which according to FR24 is A320-200Neo D-AUAH, and according to aibfamily.flights is an A320-214SL for Chengdu AL with mfn 8597, still not delivered after a first flight in 2019.
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Just a few minutes ago, A321-253NX G-GBNI crossed the Netherlands on delivery to Titan AW from Hamburg to Stansted. Flight i/d was AWC321D.
Interesting about this bird is that it is the second for lease to the RAF. Ex D-AYAY, G-OATW(ntu). C/n is 10238.
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