Re: 3 digit numbers on Janet aircraft

Message posted by JimK on March 08, 2006 at 14:45:49 PST:

Several civilian airlines use nose numbers for various reasons. Midwest Airlines used to use 101, 102, etc for DC-9-10's and 301, 302, etc for DC-9-30's. United uses several different schemes depending on the fleet and how the airplane was configured. The Janet operator probably has their own scheme. 290 is probably just to keep it simple to recognize the plane from the front.

In Reply to: 3 digit numbers on Janet aircraft posted by lone wolf on March 07, 2006 at 19:43:47 PST:


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