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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 12:44 AM
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Sorry if wrong spot, but thought this was more an aeronautical question.
Is there any website that will allow me to search owners of planes via registration numbers in australia and where they are based? I need to find if 1 or 2 certain planes were flying on a particular day. I think they are little Cesnas.

Cheers




posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 12:56 AM
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This is site that may help you via registration numbers.

www.casa.gov.au...

Good luck with your search.

Guz
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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 01:02 AM
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Cessna's would probably be privately owned, it may be hard to track down a location by the tail number. In fact I know of some instances where an aircraft has been sold numerous times and the reg never updated, so its possible you could find the tail number registered to John Smith in Salt Lake City, but its actually owned and operated by a private company in Australia now. Cessnas usually do not travel long distances so it migh be worth it to research local small runways and airports local to you, and go and do a visual inspectionof each plane.

Might strike gold that way. Personal investigation always reaps more rewards than online investigation.



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 01:14 AM
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Originally posted by Guzzeppi
This is site that may help you via registration numbers.

www.casa.gov.au...

Good luck with your search.

Guz
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Thanks mate
But comes up with nothing
Here are the details for 2 planes

-EDit - found some details
The first aircraft (ZS–JRA) an Aerocommander
www.airport-data.com...

Edit - some other details
The second aircraft (N747RE) a Piper Cheyenne II
www.abpic.co.uk...

Can someone help me please. have no idea on the letters / numbers meanings.

cheers

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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 01:29 AM
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Ok... first off, ZS-JRA is a South African registered plane - ZS being the nationality code for that country.

N-codes i BELIEVE are North American. I stand to be corrected here.

With ZS-JRA, the last 3 characters are just the aircraft's personal identification, much like a car's license plate.

As for N747RE, I would guess that the -RE would indicate the state or city it's been registered with. Any help with that one?



posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 01:33 AM
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Thanks mate
But comes up with nothing
Here are the details for 2 planes

-EDit - found some details
The first aircraft (ZS–JRA) an Aerocommander
www.airport-data.com...


The prefix ZS means indicates South African Registration.



Edit - some other details
The second aircraft (N747RE) a Piper Cheyenne II
www.abpic.co.uk...


The prefix N here denotes US registration.
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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 01:35 AM
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Some info on the Piper


FAA Aircraft Registration (N747RE)
Aircraft Summary
Summary Owner Airworthiness Serial Number
PIPER PA-31T
Fixed wing multi engine
(8 seats / 2 engines) SALE REPORTED
LAS VEGAS, NV
(Individual) Standard/Normal 31T-7720032
Aircraft Details
Engine Weight Speed Mode S Code
P&W PT6A SER
Horsepower: 750 (Turbo-prop) Less than 12,500lbs 162mph 52407007
Registration Details

Status Certificate Issue Date Airworthiness Date Last Action Date
Sale reported 1993-12-17 2010-12-21

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N 747RE
Fixed wing multi engine with landing gear Twin Turbo-prop engine
Manufacturer: PIPER
Model: PA-31T
Serial Number:
Aircraft first registered in US: 1997-05-15

Owner: WEATHER MODIFICATION INC
Operator: WEATHER MODIFICATION INC

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posted on Feb, 7 2011 @ 01:52 AM
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thanks guys - even bigger help than thought, ooh more info to tie this idea in that i have...
Cheers



posted on Feb, 8 2011 @ 01:29 AM
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Hi lavenlaar, there is IIRC a search function on the CASA web portal but you may need to work in the industry and have an ARN No: (which I do). If I get time I will but given these are foreign registered aircraft it's probably a dead end anyway. May I suggest you ask someone over at Airliners.net for help here. Im sure it can be tracked down. May I ask why the interest? It would seem one of the two aircraft is involved in weather research.

LEE.



edit on 8-2-2011 by thebozeian because: Because BB Code dont always do what it should!



posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 12:27 AM
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Originally posted by thebozeian
reply to post by lavenlaar
 

Hi lavenlaar, there is IIRC a search function on the CASA web portal but you may need to work in the industry and have an ARN No: (which I do). If I get time I will but given these are foreign registered aircraft it's probably a dead end anyway. May I suggest you ask someone over at Airliners.net for help here. Im sure it can be tracked down. May I ask why the interest? It would seem one of the two aircraft is involved in weather research.

Thanks Lee -

i've just started a thread here and its actually both aircraft in weather modification.
The only definitive proof i may get was if they were conducting these tests on these days.

cheers for the help



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