Are these 747s yours?

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This topic contains 6 replies, has 6 voices, and was last updated by  Charles-P 9 Dec 2015
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    MarcusGB
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    Well spotted Bath_vip!

    Do i also see double yellow lines there?
    Plenty room for some yellow parking fines to be stuck on, and easy to tow away!


    DontTurnRight
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    All three came from Air Atlanta Iceland. One is in Saudia colours (it was leased to them) and two are being reported as having been purchased by MAS Kargo, which could make the mystery even more interesting. Cannot believe nobody knows who owns them!!!


    TominScotland
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    The Telegraph report shows typical care with respect to accuracy – two of the 747-200Fs are described as passenger aircraft? Also, what is the relevance of showing a KL suburb except that a previous abandoned aircraft became a restaurant in the suburbs ….. bizarre!!


    LuganoPirate
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    Agree Tom, and how relevant to let us know it’s the airport where MH370 took off from!


    Charles-P
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    Disputes over the ownership of aircraft (even large airliners like these) are more common than might be thought. My company was asked to assist in providing help concerning a B737 that was sitting in Kazakhstan and had been for six months. There were bills outstanding for fuel, hanger rental and landing fees and the airport was unable to trace the true owner. It was eventually identified to be a Cayman Islands based investment company that was owned by a Luxembourg bank.

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