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Aircraft: Boeing 747SP-27

Airline: Private

Serial #: 21992




This plane was originally registered to Braniff (N606BN), then to PanAm as Clipper America (N529PA), then to United (N150UA) and finally to the Government of Oman (A4O-SP). Currently registered to CC2B, LLC and wearing Ballet San Jose titles.


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Posted by Paul R Gornitzka on December 06, 2007

The first time she was in San Jose I was oblivious to her presence. This time however one of my co-workers called to let me know she was in town so I could come take some photos....too bad I was in Denver =(

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