Flightradar24 Findings


#3407


Last Air Berlin Flight?


#3408

Nope, The last Air Berlin flight had a cool callsign, BER4EVR.


#3409

Goodbye Air Berlin!

#BER4EVR


Goodbye Air Berlin
#3410

Did the BER in BER4EVR mean Berlin?


#3411

BER4EVR = Berlin For Ever (Berlin4Ever)


#3412

Spotted a few Boeing 727’s in the air over the United States, one of the aircraft was privately owned, whilst three others were being flown by cargo airlines. I wasn’t aware that these aircraft were being operated by anybody these days.


#3413

I’m so happy you caught this! But it’s also so sad seeing none of their aircraft up in the air anymore.


#3414


Go around over my house! It’s quite windy here, no wonder he went around


#3415

Have no worries as there are still a few Air Berlin flights! Still tho… 😢😭😣


#3416

And a Norweigian Max at Gatwick.


#3417

A 747-200. I thought they were retired last year.


#3418

Some cargo ones aren’t


#3419

Spotted a gorgeous vintage airliner, the Boeing 737-200, along with an Ilyushin IL96.


#3420

But I remember some time last year when the very last 742 (also Kalitta Air) flew or something. I don’t know 🤷‍♂️


#3421

I wonder what they’re up to flying this Antonov An-124 from Iceland to, presumably, somewhere in the United States, and why it’s blocked.


#3422

What even

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#3423

It’s just testing engines… But is for sure cool!!!


#3424

This must be like a 5-8 hour flight though


#3425

I believe that today GE were testing them GE-9X


#3426

I think it was bound for KSEA