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Post by hungerford » December 16th, 2014, 10:37 pm

Hi i have had the hex code 43EEE2 tonight at about 1900 at 10100ft this could be a mis-code of 43EEE6 G-BFIB i have hade G-UMMI 43EEFA this afternoon so i dont think it is as recode for that, but could it be a new code for G-BVJT or G-TDSA has anyone got any ideas? p.s i didn't catch a squawk code.

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Re: 43EEE2

Post by DaveReid » December 17th, 2014, 6:37 pm

hungerford wrote:this could be a mis-code of 43EEE6 G-BFIB
Not a miscode (it ws using its correct code today), possibly a corrupted packet?
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