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nano404
5th Jun 2007, 21:40
Hey,

Anyone know where I can get ACN information on the L1011? Thanks.


Regards

nano:
Big Impact, Small Trace

flyboyike
5th Jun 2007, 22:40
Send a pm to 411A, the 1011 is the only aircraft he recognizes as an airplane.

nano404
5th Jun 2007, 23:31
Lol, wow, that may be a case of Chronic Aircraft Addiction, CAA, coincidentally (Or not). Stage 4 symptoms: " The sufferer has no regard for other aircraft models/manufacturers. The aircraft model/manufacturer that is addicted to is often seen as the only flyable aircraft in existence "

Why is ACN important to airport planning? Planes poke a hole, someone patches it up, go back to normal life. Glad that the government is buying back our airport. Finally should get to see the first 777 to land in the country. Closer than anyone else, of course:ok:

Capot
6th Jun 2007, 01:17
Didn't CAP 168 once have a list of pretty much all known types with ACN and other info? Or am I thinking of another document?

sinkingship
6th Jun 2007, 12:03
Its all in the grey Aerad Ops section.

dusk2dawn
6th Jun 2007, 14:49
http://www.boeing.com/commercial/airports/faqs/estimatingpcn.pdf

OverRun
7th Jun 2007, 03:04
Or see the chart here: http://www.geocities.com/profemery/aviation.html#ACN%20CHARTS

nano404
7th Jun 2007, 04:17
Thanks for all the info, got to get it from multiple sources so the airport isn't screwed because of my mis-information :p;). Professional airport engineer eh? Sounds interesting. I've got myself a new career.:ok:

411A
7th Jun 2007, 05:39
Planes poke a hole, someone patches it up, go back to normal life.
Well, usually.
However, there was indeed one case where I recall a B707-320B had the landing gear torn off by a rather large hole...happened in Nigeria a rather long time ago.
Nasty accident.
As for the L1011...usually not a problem at most airports...except perhaps at some Greek island airports on/near the parking stands, just after repaving, in the summertime....:}:E