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    N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Another new corporate 767 out there, N673BF. I have to agree with Senga, they're getting a little boring now. Seen here on final for 22L from London today.



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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Interesting, wonder who owns it. Ex-Qantas bird.
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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Nice picture Bill. The 767 is owned by Wilmington Trust Co.
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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Quote Originally Posted by AirtrafficController
    Nice picture Bill. The 767 is owned by Wilmington Trust Co.
    They are they Lessor. Not the actual operator. Wilmington Trust Company owns MANY a/c. But they don't operate them all.

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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Nice Bill - there is a new one in FLL as well - I forget the reg at the moment - it's too close at Signature to get a shot as well - it's plain white - I'm going past there today to and from MIA so I'll try and get the reg again.
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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    One of the best-looking private 762s I've seen. Great catch.
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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    nice shot bill, and i agree they're getting boring. while i love the 767 i'd much rather see them in USAF grey with a boom sticking out the tail than in a fancy corporate scheme like that one.
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Quote Originally Posted by cancidas
    while i love the 767 i'd much rather see them in USAF grey with a boom sticking out the tail than in a fancy corporate scheme like that one.
    .. and I would much like to fly one of those! :borat:

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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Bill...EGLL to KEWR? Or did he go on from Newark if you know?
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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Thanks guys

    Quote Originally Posted by Planesntrains
    Bill...EGLL to KEWR? Or did he go on from Newark if you know?
    I think it came in from Stansted actually. It then continued to ILN of all places I believe.

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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Quote Originally Posted by njgtr82
    I think it came in from Stansted actually. It then continued to ILN of all places I believe.
    Eh, huh? Yeah. That is kind of weird. Might be a sign of the operator. I'd image ABX has some kind of corporate jets. Thanks for the info.
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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Still very nice shot Bill!
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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    So thats what I saw landing. I thought I was seeing things since I was kind of dosing of on the train I was on.

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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    I logged this aircraft at EWR today. It departed about 4PM.

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    Re: N673BF 767-200 EWR

    Quote Originally Posted by DennyB
    I logged this aircraft at EWR today. It departed about 4PM.

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    We had 4 or 5 SK76's come in within 5 mins of each other and about 15 mins later this aircraft called for taxi to depart to Moscow. Then all within 5 mins of each other the helo's all left. I don't think it was a coincidence.

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