Flightradar24 Findings


#5145

An L39 preparing for Thunder over Niagara


#5146

A “Dreamlifter”:

Probably getting parts for another 787-10


#5147

So… Anyone want to explain?


#5148

I think thats a delivery route for Alaskas e jets


#5149

Spotting this with a few friends!


#5150

Might be nothing but its weird seeing it turn like that (Unless its a MIA Runway Change in progress)


#5151

Look up charts of the KMIA STAR! If they don’t have a star then you might be right:)


#5152

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#5153

Look at that! The first flight from Pyongyang to Singapore!


#5154

They could barely fill a 737-700 why are they now useing a a330


#5155

They wanted to bring nukes on board.


#5156

Found an OSU plane:


#5157


American using an Airbus on the Dallas/Fort Worth to Tulsa and back to DFW route. 🤔🤔🤔


#5158


#5159

Must have been a booking demand beforehand and decided to use a bigger aircraft


#5160

Not possible, unless they’re using spare fuel tanks.


#5161

It’s still not possible. It’s only got a range of 525 miles. Even with spare fuel tanks it wouldn’t be able to make 9,264km (5,756.3mi). It would also be way past MTOW.


#5162

He is allowed to fly the -400F and -8F


#5163


They used a 747-400 on the Pyongyang to Beijing flight


#5164

That’s the Chinese presidential aircraft. Air China only uses the 748, not 744.