I am planning a flight on simbrief, and it had a box called fin number. What and where is the fin number on an aircraft?
Registration of the aircraft (Ex. N123AA
I believe it should say Airplane reg. Tho
Fin numbers are located are the numbers located on the tail of the fin
the numbers circled here are the Fin numbers
what they mean?
ahh i see thanks
Whoops my bad thought you were asking for tail registration
cool ill delete the comment with the mod in it
Every aircraft around the world has a unique registration – similar to a licence plate – that consists of letters and/or numbers. The Fin Number is used by airlines to differentiate their fleet. Air Canada inscribes a three-digit Fin Number on the vertical tail – also known as the fin – of the aircraft. (Some airlines use four digits.) The first number denotes the aircraft type, while the second and third indicate delivery date and aircraft model differences. Air Canada’s Boeing 767s start with a “6,” whereas the Airbus A330s use “9.”
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