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    Posted: May-23-2006 at 4:03pm
Originally posted by apwright apwright wrote:

If nothing has changed since the summer 05 scheds I'm still running (i.e. only flies Beijing-Shanghai-vv), then the Air France M11F is operated by China Cargo Airlines. Repaint by Chris Peschke at PAI: http://www.projectai.com/libraries/download.php?fileid=8640

Otherwise, I see from airfrancecargo.com that they're working very closely with KLM now, who have M11Fs of their own.

Actually, this looks quite mysterious to me in the F/W schedules. I can see it flying only LFPG-ZBAA-ZSPD, but I can't see it returning to Paris? 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-23-2006 at 7:21am
Thankyou guys. Just perfect again. How do you find these things out I don't want to keep bothering you with my hassles. I have tried looking at various sites before I put a posting on here like airliners.net for pics of the aircraft at CDG and also air frances web site but could find nothing. Perhaps I'm not looking using the right words or I'm missing something. It would be handy If I could do it my self for future use. Is there a certain web site that you all use to find this sort of info out. Sorry if it sounds a stupid question but I spent a good hour last night going through photos, loads of various web sites but to no avail.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-23-2006 at 1:14am

If nothing has changed since the summer 05 scheds I'm still running (i.e. only flies Beijing-Shanghai-vv), then the Air France M11F is operated by China Cargo Airlines. Repaint by Chris Peschke at PAI: http://www.projectai.com/libraries/download.php?fileid=8640

Otherwise, I see from airfrancecargo.com that they're working very closely with KLM now, who have M11Fs of their own.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-22-2006 at 10:20pm
I am not sure about the MD11F, I do not have an assignment for that.  But the A300Fs are operated by Islandsflug Cargo.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-22-2006 at 5:27pm

Hi all

Does anyone know who the carrier is for the MD11F & A306F for Air France.

Thanks for any help

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-22-2006 at 2:24pm
I do not think it is IBC, IBC operates Miami into the Carribean.  This flight is from Newark to Bermuda and is a route that is flown by Cargojet, even though it is a Canadian operator.  The flight numbers do not match, but this is a cargo flight and how many flight numbers match in the UT shedule and the real thing?

http://flightaware.com/live/airport/KEWR/departures?;offset= 0;order=destination;sort=DESC

http://flightaware.com/live/flight/CJT245

The only operators in and out of KEWR in B727s are Cargojet, Kittyhawk and FedEx.  The only way it could be IBC is if it was a pax charter flight, which they do, but still, that is way out of their normal operating area.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-22-2006 at 1:55pm

Hi Craig,

I've been thinking about the IBC 727, and the Cargojet did not make too much sense, since it is a Canadian carrier with service within Canada only. To satisfy my curiosity I decided to call IBC myself. They referred me to their Newark office, who confirmed that they DO have their own 727 and they do not lease from Cargojet. They could not assist me with any pictures, other than what is on their website, however, the person I spoke to, gave me a toll free number to contact the people who service the aircraft. I did not have the chance to call them yet. I shall advise as soon as I find any info.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-21-2006 at 9:16am
The DC8 Freighter assignment for BWIA is operated by Arrow Air.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May-20-2006 at 3:07pm
Found another one, the B727 listed under IBC Airways is actually operated by Cargojet.  This is used on one route, from Newark to Bermuda on weekdays only.  IBC does not operate the B727.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-30-2006 at 7:06am
The Saab 2000 of Golden Air operating for Finncomm Airlines has been phased out because Finncomm has begun receiving it's own brand new ATR-42s. They (8 has been ordered) will eventually replace all the DC's Saabs and probably take over some of Aero Airlines' domestic routes. So assign FC ATR-42 for the DC for FC Saab 2000.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-26-2006 at 4:43pm

Hi,

According to http://www.airfleets.net/flottecie/SATENA-active-e145.htm they still operate 3 EMB145's.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-26-2006 at 4:55am
Can anyone confirm or deny the existence of Satena's ERJ's? I have a whole
list of EVAI ERJ repaints all downloaded and ready to install but the only one
I am missing is the one for Satena. Airliners.net search reveals that they did
operate ERJs at one point but cannot find any pics for 2006. Did they phase
them out, and what would a suitable replacement model be?

Ruahrc

PS Styrian Spirit is gone? How sad...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-23-2006 at 12:32pm

Originally posted by makisxenat makisxenat wrote:


No the Air One ATR 42 are operated by ITALYFIRST

Are you sure? The Avanti Air website seems to suggest it's them (under December 2005 new contracts):

http://jkbserv1.de/avantiair/site/pflege/News.jsp?sprache=en

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-22-2006 at 5:42am
Styrian Spirit in Austria is no longer flying so you can remove them from the compile list.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-21-2006 at 2:54pm

OK guys,

I think I found something that may solve our problem. Look at this picture and read the caption with it:  http://www.airliners.net/open.file/0468021/L/

The picture was taken in 2003, just about the time AirTran was leasing the A320s. But, I still don't get its connection to ABX, unless, as Jesse mentioned, they were hauling some cargo for Airborne Express.

I think I was very close about that plain old white fuselage...

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-21-2006 at 12:59pm
But AirTran no longer operates the A320, I belive they are only B737 and B717s now.  At one time AirTran did lease a A320, but I think they no longer do.  Like I said, this one is a weird one.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-21-2006 at 12:07pm

I have the Ryan International A320s flying in Apple Vacation cs in my UT, but I don't know if that's correct for these routes...

My best guess is that it is somehow associated with AirTran, because it seems that Abx Air uses some cargo space in AirTran's aircraft  as this thread indicates me http://ultimatetraffic.flight1.net/forums/forum_posts.asp?TI D=2138&PN=1.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-20-2006 at 11:47pm
Hernan,

This is a weird one, really has me stumped.  Ryan International does not operate the A320. 

http://www.aerotransport.org/php/go.php?query=operator&q string=ryan+international&where=59266&orderby=&l uck=1

And ABX does not operate the A320 as well.

http://www.aerotransport.org/php/go.php?query=operator&w here=113386&luck=
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-20-2006 at 11:04pm
Does anybody have a picture of the A320 for ABX Air, operated by Ryan International?. Apparently they are based in Atlanta. So far, to replace the default one, I assigned an A320 with plain old white fuselage.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-20-2006 at 9:27pm
Hi there


No the Air One ATR 42 are operated by ITALYFIRST

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-19-2006 at 4:49pm

The Air One ATR 42 is operated by Avanti Air. That's in addition to the ATR 42 they operate for Meridiana as discussed previously in this thread.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-17-2006 at 9:00am

Just found out that the Trans Air Congo flights (737-200's) are operated by Slok Air.

So to keep UT up to date you'd have change this assignment.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-14-2006 at 6:30am
I found an interesting one: Air Jamaica DC-8 seems to be associated with ABX Air has matching routes for the DC-8 (JM planes fly between KMIA, MKJP and MKJS) and the flight numbers of both airlines are between 8036-8041. The timetables are different though. I assume this all just by looking at UT's timetables. And I can't find any evidence of an Air Jamaca DC-8, which even sounded suspicious enough that I had to check it out.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-05-2006 at 8:15pm
If it looks better than that horrible PAI cut and paste paint job of an Airlinair B1900, then I'll happily assign it.  If you have that PAI texture, take a look at it with DXTBmp.  
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-05-2006 at 1:51pm

The UT timetable shows that the Airlinair B1900 only operates between Rennes and Basle/Mulhouse. According to the Airlinair website, that route is operated jointly by Airlinair and Chalair, and according to the Chalair website the flight is made using a B1900C. So I think it should be assigned to a Chalair B1900C. There's a Chalair repaint for the HTAI model on AVSIM.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April-05-2006 at 1:00am
There is a B1900 assignment for Airlinair.  All of my research shows that this operator only has ATR42s and 72s, and recent schedules on AVSIM do not list any B1900s for Airlinair or any other Air France partner, and finally, according to Aerotransport Data Bank, they have only had ATRs in their fleet and nothing else.  I think that it is safe to assign an ATR to this B1900 assignment...I am and will get rid of a very nasty looking PAI B1900 repaint.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March-31-2006 at 5:34am

On the subject of DHL, does anyone have a definitive list of the airlines whose planes operate in DHL colours?

I'm aware of Astar of course, but I believe Asian Express Airlines operates in DHL colours, or at least they do according to the photos on Airliners.net (Asia Overnight Express as well??) and so do Valair (who I think are really Vensecar Internacional as they also have the IATA code V4).

Can anyone tell me of any others I've missed?

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March-31-2006 at 1:17am

See Im wondering if Cargo Comp. only post revised schedules once a year,(since they do not have expanded summer routes) anyway the way things  are now at KCVG the only Cargo flights in are FedEx 727s

If Ameriflight is still flying freight for Dhl they are operating out of KILN with everything else

 

  

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March-31-2006 at 12:48am
That is what I am saying, the flights that I listed are not DHL but rather Ameriflight.  This could just be old routes that Flight 1 had and they reused it with these schedules, since it is hard to get a schedule of cargo routes....cargo ops is one area where UT is weak in, but with the ability to import new airlines and schedules, that is easily corrected.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: March-31-2006 at 12:31am
Im a former DHL emp. at KCVG, (now with comair) The jet aircraft(727, dc-8, a300) Were owned by Astar. And like I Said All of these flights moved to KILN when DHL purchesed Airborn Express.
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