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Tagged With: N731QQ

Bits and pieces

CHINA AIRLINES Despite the fact that their newest Boeing 737-800 is only a couple of months old, CHINA AIRLINES already have any eye on their next narrow-body order. There’s still a long way to go, but the A320neo is being looked upon favorably. I couldn’t possibly comment if that has anything to do with the … Continue reading »

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Taipei: 19-Nov-2016

Taoyuan. There’s something of a TRANSASIA AIRWAYS theme about this post, but first of all I must clear up any confusion caused by a typo in the last two movement reports. B-16307 was the A330 that ferried to IND on Friday 18-NOV; not B-16707 (which is of course a Boeing 777). Talking of Boeing 777’s, … Continue reading »

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Taipei: 11-Nov-2016

Taoyuan. The UNITED AIRLINES lump tonight was N178UA. Little else to comment on other than a SKYMARK Boeing 737-800 and a couple of air-tests. Maintenance: JA737Q B738 Skymark Airlines: (09:17/-) from HND as [SKY737Q] OE-LAT B763 Austrian Airlines: (-/14:01) and (15:33/-) air-test as [AUA1522] D-AHFT B738 TUIFly: (arr 1-NOV) D-AHFV B738 TUIFly: (arr 14-OCT) G-OBYE … Continue reading »

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TransAsia news

TRANSASIA AIRWAYS seem to be shedding aircraft quicker than I’m losing hair. In addition to the A330s that were recently WFU here’s news of at least one more departure from their fleet. Airbus A321 B-22606 (msn 0731) has been re-registered N731QQ and is currently parked at Songhsan in basic TNA colours minus its titles. There may … Continue reading »

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