turkish 737 wedgetail

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ashenden92
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turkish 737 wedgetail

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Did any one catch the ID of the turkish 737 wedgetail that went through Stansted on Friday?

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N360BJ, should become 06-002 when they take the ferry registration off.

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will become 13-002, not 06-002
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Didn't know they had E7-A's? I thought that was RAAF or USAF stock?
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What's an E7-A?

The first 737AEW&C "Peace Eagle" was delivered in February of this year, with the second being the one mentioned in this thread. Two more are due.

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