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LauraJ

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Does anyone know if there's a special meaning to N-numbers with an X in them? Like N99XL? I was looking on the FAA registry, and there are some surprisingly neat numbers available in that format. Makes me wonder if there's something "wrong" with them that either the FAA isn't telling me, or that's social in nature (like a superstition or old wives tale).

Anyone?

 

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