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Jared Maurtua
Haha, you need to cool it with the rude comments!
Joan Williams
What?! what do you mean? Plenty of people have to see a huge 742 flying around!
jesse kyzer
742?
Greg Byington
Jesse,
742 refers to it being a Boeing 747-200 and is the IATA type code for that aircraft. The ICAO type code is normally four characters long and is "B742" for this type aircraft.

Nice pic, Guido!
Joan Williams
Thanks Greg, how do they decide the ICAO type code for an aircraft and does every airframe have an ICAO?
What does it stand for (ICAO)?

Many Thanks,
Joan
a mentor
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Civil_Aviation_Organization

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