Flightradar24 Findings


#4267

What the hell a 787-9 From Madrid to London?


#4268

If I had to guess they are probably training pilots on that type of aircraft


#4269

Iberia uses an a346 sometimes so I’m not surprised


#4270

I know it’s just strange never saw a BA 789 on a short haul.


#4271

They have switched from 777-200 the 300 and now the Boeing 787 is there more seats on the 787 then the 777 ?


#4272

No. It’s probably to do with fuel efficiency.


#4273

Could be doing check flights


#4274

I Dunno…


#4275

Totally normal flight, previously operated by the 777-200ER. Iberia also operates wide bodies on that route.


#4276

That is an impressive distance for that aircraft


#4277

Guys, I just saw it again. Same exact plane. Flying over Dayton toward Columbus:

Date/Time: 8FEB2018 22:21 EST / 9FEB2018 03:21z
ICAO: ADFEB3
Callsign: BACON22
Regestration: 73-1676
Type of Aircraft: B742
Country: United States
Operator: United States Air Force


#4278

Lol what? MCI is in Missouri. It goes to MCI for interior work.


#4279

Ok, that explains why it said Diverted to GUM.


#4280

Wonder what the Air Force are doing with those callsigns…


#4281

What I thought these were long gone for Singapore airlines?

And it says it’s a A350???


#4282

A350 reg is the same as a retired 747


#4283

They still use cargo 747 :)


#4284

Yeah that’s what’s happened @Qantas737guy!


#4285

British airways London to Boston diverted to Shannon airport for some reason 1 hour 58 into the flight they where heading out towards the Atlantic


#4286

The Air Force sure does get creative with their callsigns! 😂