Sorry to trouble you all. I was wondering how I could go about identifying a specific aircraft from the old Air 2000's fleet. It was part of their 757 fleet which was operating routes from Manchester England to the US and Caribbean in 1992. I have some data on the Air 2000 fleet but I am not sure of the individual aircraft's registration number. I would actually have to have access to individual flight data to locate the aircraft I want to find - a flight that took place about 19 years ago this year.
For personal reasons I would like to be able to find a picture of it and if possible arrange to see the aircraft again one last time.
I'm not sure if ACAS can do this, and if it can't I really don't know where to turn to find this information. AMM were operating many 757's at the time so it could have been any of them.
I'd appreciate any help anyone can offer - sorry if this breaches any code of conduct on this forum but I really don't know where else to go for an answer.
That's a very good reply thank you. I have narrowed it down to the last two weeks in August 1992. I have asked for a trial version of ACAS and once I've got that I'll do some work to try and narrow it down. Then perhaps I can think of ways to investigate further.
Thanks so much for your reply - and anyone else who may yet reply :o)
I have now found the exact date thanks to some memory searching about hurricanes and film times ;o) Amazing what you can do with a few seconds of memory and the internet! I now know Thunderball aired on 8th August 1992 (shown the night before we left) from the ITV's website and Hurricane Andrew (we were in it) hit the Bahamas on the 22nd August 1992 so we must have flown on Sunday the 9th of August 1992, and we flew from EGCC Manchester Airport England at around 8am-10am in the morning.
Can ACAS give me the plane's serial number with that information? Thanks for any help anyone can spare the time to offer, with much gratitidue to you all,