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Old October 11th 04, 09:59 PM
Al Marzo
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A friend is moving from the "mainland" to Hawaii and is having a
fellow fly his Cherokee 180 over there. He prefers this method to
yanking the wings and crating the aircraft up. Anyway, I thought I
saw some web service that enabled you to enter an aircraft's N number
and if it's in the system,. you can see what its location is. Does
anyone know of such a service or was I dreaming?
Thanks
AL
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Old October 12th 04, 04:13 AM
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(Al Marzo ) wrote:

A friend is moving from the "mainland" to Hawaii and is having a
fellow fly his Cherokee 180 over there. He prefers this method to
yanking the wings and crating the aircraft up. Anyway, I thought I
saw some web service that enabled you to enter an aircraft's N number
and if it's in the system,. you can see what its location is. Does
anyone know of such a service or was I dreaming?


http://www.flightexplorer.com/personalEdition.aspx

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Old October 12th 04, 11:35 PM
Al Marzo
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Thanks! I'll pass it along.
Al

On Mon, 11 Oct 2004 23:13:28 -0400, Peter R.
wrote:

(Al Marzo ) wrote:

A friend is moving from the "mainland" to Hawaii and is having a
fellow fly his Cherokee 180 over there. He prefers this method to
yanking the wings and crating the aircraft up. Anyway, I thought I
saw some web service that enabled you to enter an aircraft's N number
and if it's in the system,. you can see what its location is. Does
anyone know of such a service or was I dreaming?


http://www.flightexplorer.com/personalEdition.aspx


 




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