Can one properly identify an aircraft make by X~referencing the registration mark on its fuselage?
I have seen a most unusual type of aeroplane at our local airport, through the security fence . I was able to write down the Registration; Is there a web site somewhere I can X~ reference this to be able to identify the type of aircraft. It is a USA registered aircraft. Just curious.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
You can also enter the N number in some search engines and you might find pictures of the aricraft as well.
Waht was the N number ? I',m curious now.Source(s): http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinquiry/
- 1 decade ago
Is it a civil plane with N-registration? If the number on the plane looked like "NX12345", it's most likely the vintage experimental aircraft. Some warbirds wear former military ID, (or made-up ones) that are nothing to do with civil registration.
Mexican planes start from XA, by the way.
- buemiLv 43 years ago
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- 1 decade ago
It is possible to cross reference types with registrations. Try www.airliners.net it's a picture website. Thats the only site I can think of, but I'm sure there are quite a few others. Maybe others can also give their input :)
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- cherokeeflyerLv 61 decade ago
just type the N number in google(dont forget the N) click on the link that says Look up aircraft with registration number N.......
- Anonymous1 decade ago