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I don't know if any of these registrations exist but here's some that might bring a smile. Join in and add your own. :)

 

G-SPOT G-SUSS G-PERS G-ONAD G-OLLY G-ANDT G-RIMY G-OONY

 

I could go on <_<  

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I saw this one once -  NICK

 

I guess these are the equivalent of vanity license plates, but in bigger letters.

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I saw this one once -  NICK

 

I guess these are the equivalent of vanity license plates, but in bigger letters.

Just as well it wasn't a German reg. :huh:

 

A couple more G-RUNT G-ROAN G-ROLY and the ever popular Air France A318 F-ARTS

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A few from me.

 

G-UFFS - Carrying on with the A318 theme!

G-UANO - Another nasty niff.

G-ALES - More bad wind or thirst-quencher?

G-UTSY - Good for a Jumbo Jet?

G-REEN - Bad flight?

G-ETUP - One for Jack (Aircraft Aviation)

 

Finally, what's for tea tonight?

 

G-RUEL  :D

 

Must fly..

 

 

 

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F-AIRY

F-UNNY

F-ATTY (A-380)

F-OAMY

D-UMMY

D-IPPY

D-OPEY

D-AIRY (for milk runs)

G-NOME

G-IANT

G-AUNT

G-IDDY

G-OOFY

NERDY (They don't use the dash here)

NASTY

G-ROPE

G-LIDE (BA 777)

NANNY

G-RIND

G-RATE and G-REAT

F-ANNY

D-IVER (Ju-87)

F-LINT

D-ROWN

F-UZZY

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EI-ADIO Irish football charter

 

OH-BUGA Finnair gear up landing

 

OO- ISAY Gay Sabena steward

 

PH-OOEY KLM pilots' reply to above steward

 

OY- YOUS Danish cabin crews' address to passengers

 

OK-MATE Czech ATC sign off

 

 

 

 

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G-RUNT US Marine charter

 

OY-VEY Danish SAS arriving hours overdue at Tel Aviv

 

OY-OYOY Ryanair px

 

CU-SOON Cuban ATC sign off

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EI-THER Two Aer Lingus pilots discussing the flight attendants

 

B-RATT Taiwan DC3

 

B-RETT Sister ship to above (currently in need of restoration) A Classic

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D-IVER (Ju-87)

 

Funny you should include that one John.. It actually exists but on a Twin Otter.. It's one of the base liveries for the new Aerosoft Twin Otter Extended  ;)

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John, the obvious one for you. G-UEST and for me G-EOFF. 

 

CU-RSES Cubana Go Around.

 

ER-RORS Moldovian finger trouble with FMC inputs

 

OH- SH*T apparently the last words most recorded on the CVR moments before crashing

 

 

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Have a look on here, you'll find every British reg thats ever been done. It's easy and free to use. 

 

http://www.caa.co.uk/default.aspx?catid=60&pagetype=90

 

this page will take you to the Reg search engine

http://www.caa.co.uk/application.aspx?catid=60&pagetype=65&appid=1

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...every British reg thats ever been done.

 

 

...but some of the ones nobody had the guts or poor taste to use might be the most interesting.

 

John

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I am oh so glad no one has even thought about Canadian registrations.

 

Two quickly come to mind, are both parts of female anatomy, and start with C and end in TS.

 

I'm sure you can work it out for yourself.

 

Cheers

Andrew

 

 

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I am oh so glad no one has even thought about Canadian registrations.

C-RAMP

C-RASH

C-RAPS (As in th game;) )

C-ARPS

C-LIPS

And I could go on and on....

hmmm. That last one was only one letter away from a ban!.......

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