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Can anyone identify the type of airplane this pylon came from?

Discussion in 'Other' started by Exuma Guy, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Exuma Guy

    Exuma Guy Hangar Silver Member VI

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    A crashed Embraer 170-100ST by the looks of the Portuguese On the bottom of the top pic.
     
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    While the east coast of the US was getting rained on by a little hurricane, Hong Kong/Macau got slammed by a super-typhoon. When flights started up again, I found a newspaper in the cabin with these pics. My translation is that a fisherman's net dragged it up from the South China Sea (West Philippine Sea, East Vietnam Sea, North Brunei Sea depending on your politics). The fishermen though it was part of MH370. It's in good condition to be from the war.
     
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    Yeah right. :rolleyes: Every Asian fisherman loves a 5 second claim to fame. Where's the rest of the plane? I think the Coke I just drank was from a can made from the re-smeltered aluminum of MH-370 too. :p
     

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