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If they need to use again this kind of flight numbers, they can do it easily.
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It's not such a big deal I guess. If you look at SN, they use flight numbers starting with 8 for code-share flights operated by others (e.g. SN8803 for the United flight UA973 to Chicago).ezis_bis wrote: ↑11 Jul 2019, 14:58I knew that, I posted it first in this thread myself.TLspotting wrote: ↑11 Jul 2019, 14:27
BRU summer topic :LOT took over Nordica routes, as mentionned above a few weeks ago.As from 1st of July, flights of Nordica from TLL are now operated by LOT and no more by Nordica.
Flight numbers are the same.
That would be interesting to see LOT aircraft (except CR7&9) at TLL.
But the real question is, why do they go through the trouble of changing the flight numbers?
By the change of number, maybe LOT wants to emphasize that it is now their own operation, even though the planes are Nordica.