Am starting with a hex code today:
9V-HBM EC130T2: 76A04D (and no, I don’t know the serial number of this one; sorry)
B-5273 B737: (10:18/12:06) [CBJ715/CBJ716]
N788LS B733: (-/-)
N887LS B737: (-/12:19)
N90R B737: (17:05/-)
B-KEZ GL5T: (-/14:49) [TBJ26]
B-7761 CL65: (16;28/-) [EPB927]
B-8139 G200: (-/-)
B-8207 FA7X: (-/-)
B-8322 G450: (-/13:52)
N46GX GLEX: (-/14:08)
N168BB GLF4: (14:22/16:06)
N588LS GLF4: (-/15:11) and (23:09/-)
N688LS GLF4: (-/-)
N988LS GLF4: (-/14:53)
VH-CRQ GLF5: (-/08:12)
VP-CCK GLEX: (-/-)
MM62228 B762 ITALIAN AIR FORCE: (-/11:45) to PER as [IAM1420] where it only stayed a few hours before leaving to come back here (arriving early on the 26th).
Here at the moment are:
A6-HRM B744 DUBAI AIR WING: not 100% sure about this one, so if anyone has seen it recently please let me know.
C-FIVK B772 AIR CANADA:
C-FIUL B77W AIR CANADA:
EI-UNM B772 TRANSAERO:
PT-MUI B77W TAM:
PT-MUJ B77W TAM:
VH-VWW A321 JETSTAR AIRWAYS:
N279SG B742 (JETT8): in maintenance area; visible from T1.
9V-JEB B742 (JETT8): parked on a small apron near the military base on the northwest side of the airport. It’s painted green and if you do manage to see it when you’re taking-off, it’s unmistakable.
N753CX B752 AIR TRANSPORT INTERNATIONAL: arr/dep [ATN731/ATN731]
09-3106 D328 UNITED STATES AIR FORCE: dep as [MAGMA02]
11-3097 D328 UNITED STATES AIR FORCE: dep as [MAGMA01]
HS-MED C550: dep
HS-WEH GLF5: arr
LX-NVB E135: dep
N605PS CL65: dep
Here are the airliners that I think are here at present. I’ve included the 3 remaining ex-SPICEJETS, but I haven’t yet been out to see if they are still here.
B-2826 B752 SF AIRLINES:
N460DC B738: noted outside on 09-FEB
N773FD B752 FED EX:
P2-TAF F50 TRAVEL AIR:
VH-VNG A320 TIGERAIR AUSTRALIA:
Note: the information in this post relates to the date in the title of the post; not the date the post was, well for want of a better word, posted. Should you have any specific airliner or other query from today, please email via the contact me link.