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Posted by Dougiehd on 08 March 2017 - 09:04:00
339 posts, 13260 aircraft seen at 144 airports. Local Airport: CMB

Boeing 737-200 derelict at CCU airport?

Seen 08Mar17. Looks like it has been there quite a while!

Premium Posted by Chas on 25 April 2017 - 10:43:32
28 posts, 24651 aircraft seen at 103 airports. Local Airport: MUC

Hello Dougie,

Air India Regional 737-2A8F VT-EGJ c/n 22286 is stored at CCU. It has been there since 2009

Posted by Dougiehd on 20 May 2017 - 04:48:45
339 posts, 13260 aircraft seen at 144 airports. Local Airport: CMB

Chas, That must be the one, it has the right tail colour and looks like it's been there for a few years! Thanks for that, much appreciated!

Posted by eastflight on 25 June 2017 - 03:36:09
19 posts, 5166 aircraft seen at 159 airports. Local Airport: AUH

Hi All,

Can anyone help with the IDs of the 3 747s and 777 at KUL parked near the MAS maintenance facility? All 4 in a sorry state, with at least one engine off each... Seen 19Jun17.

Cheers

Data Editor Posted by BravoCharlie92 on 25 June 2017 - 06:10:36
92 posts, 4413 aircraft seen at 43 airports. Local Airport: MEL

Could 2 of the 747s at KUL be TF-ARN,TF-ARM I saw them both during March 2016 and January 2017 but I'm not sure if they were near the MAS Maintenance.

Posted by eastflight on 25 June 2017 - 16:37:18
19 posts, 5166 aircraft seen at 159 airports. Local Airport: AUH

Thanks a lot. I could be wrong, but I think TF-ARM/N are the two on the north-eastern side of the airport. On google maps, they are these two: 2.756928, 101.712036

The 3 747s I saw parked were at this location 2.725954, 101.714067. It was dark when we taxiied past but I think they were all 400 series, with MASKargo titles, 777 was in Malaysian livery. On google maps, there are only two, might be also wrong, but maybe the 777 has been moved up next to the 74s and a 3rd 747 parked at the end of the row of stands? Lots of engines missing and struts deflated so parked for a while I expect, going nowhere anytime soon...

Cheers




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