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  United States: Consistent with FAA practice we use only "N" on U.S. registered aircraft which might actually show NC, NR or NX.

Canada: Canadian registrations were formerly CF-AAA to CF-ZZZ. However, they have added CG, and moved the "-" one place to the left. For example, former CF-AAA is now C-FAAA. Older registrations might be shown as CF-AAA or C-FAAA, for example, and if you're doing a search it would be good to check it both ways. Many owners of older aircraft have retained the old style display.

Military Aircraft: Military aircraft that are not civil registered will show their military serial number.


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Note: My shot of son Brian departing Lui, Sudan in Samaritan's Purse's turbine DC-3. He thrives on the several challenging strips he gets to operate from.

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