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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by Elvis Presley » 30 Jan 2018, 21:21

Thank you Joe. At Schipol now, nearly back home.
Re the reg fleet planes, as Donald Sutherland said, I don't know, I just drive 'em ;)
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by simondix » 30 Jan 2018, 22:29

I see there are 10 DC-3s at EGLK which is not a base and they are not shown as part of the main DC-3 fleet.
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by blanston12 » 30 Jan 2018, 23:10

simondix wrote:
30 Jan 2018, 22:29
I see there are 10 DC-3s at EGLK which is not a base and they are not shown as part of the main DC-3 fleet.
I just checked and I don't see any Dakotas at Blackbushe
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by simondix » 30 Jan 2018, 23:53

On the xx fleet it says X Registrations DC-3 then in the box



Type

Registration
Value
Location
Status
S
Actions

x

x

x

x

x
CRER G-AMSX 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-AMVB 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-AMVC 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-AMWX 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-AMYV 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-AMYX 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-APBC 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-APML 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-APPO 46000 v$ EGLK 100.0%
CRER G-APUC 46000 v$
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by blanston12 » 31 Jan 2018, 01:06

got it.

The 'x. Registrations - DC-3' fleet consists currently of 10 Rans S7 Courier 's, not DC-3's.

This is part of the reason I started asking these questions.

At the moment I am thinking we should just delete the fleets and dump the 49 Aeroprakt Foxbat's, 43 Dornier Do-27's, 93 Rans S7 Courier's and 104 Scheibe SF-25 Motorfalke's.
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by adysmith » 31 Jan 2018, 12:19

I see no point in having such aircraft.

Can we make any money by selling them?
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by simondix » 31 Jan 2018, 12:54

They are certainly not any use really. Different if they were DC-3s. Why are they shown as such. There are also Hermes shown.
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by Elvis Presley » 31 Jan 2018, 13:22

The Dornier can carry 5 pax and 500 odd lbs of freight or 7 pax. It has a range of about 700nm and a ceiling 10k plus. All at a leisurely 100kts. It would be good if we were operating Equatorial or Australasian bush services but we are not. Perhaps there is an FSA operator that does do that sort of thing though, that would want them.
The rest are all home build kits and I can't imagine why they are there. Given away when purchasing something else?
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by blanston12 » 31 Jan 2018, 17:46

If we were to put them up for sale it would probably take forever if the sold at all. I am tempted to just scrap them all, I think we would get 33% back but it’s something
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Re: Registration Fleets

Post by MALTBY D » 01 Feb 2018, 09:35

I think the cheap ones were just to keep hold of registrations of real aircraft which were possibly going to be needed in the future.
Think we had a few where a reg was randomly being used by some other VA and we couldn't use it for the 'real' aircraft.

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