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Old 27th June 2018, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default 747 in Seletar Airport

Interestingly from flightradar24, saw a Atlas Cargo 747-412F aircraft registration N489MC on the ground. Am surprised that now Seletar can handle even a empty 747F as sometime ago was reported that its runway was extended to allow for 737/A320 to use, but a 747? And another interesting find is a Thai Airways A333 registration HS-TEN with flight number TG8344 in Seletar too.
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Old 27th June 2018, 05:54 PM   #2
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Interestingly from flightradar24, saw a Atlas Cargo 747-412F aircraft registration N489MC on the ground. Am surprised that now Seletar can handle even a empty 747F as sometime ago was reported that its runway was extended to allow for 737/A320 to use, but a 747? And another interesting find is a Thai Airways A333 registration HS-TEN with flight number TG8344 in Seletar too.
You're confusing it with Paya Lebar Air Base (QPG/WSAP). FR24 often inaccurately displays QPG movements as XSP. But on the map it is correct.

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