BOE212? Weird Routes...


Hey Everyone,

First post here! (BTW, FlightAware is the best website for Aviation I have come across yet!)

Down to business, right…

BOE212 has some weird routes asscioated with it. BFI-GED, GED-BFI, as well as BFI-BGR.

I noticed It’s enroute now, and I was wondering if anyone had any info on it.




The latest BOE212 is a transatlantic delivery flight. The local ones (MWH, RNT) would have been test flights. GED (Sussex County) is a bit of a mystery - I’d guess it’s a typo for GEG (Spokane).


I don’t think GED is a typo for GEG. You have to account for the average flight time of nearly 5 hours. That sounds more transcontinental than transstate.

The latest KBFI/KBGR flight is a bit irregular. Two flight plans filed, but later one is just 28 minutes, take-off to landing. Not real! I’d guess that you’d want to blend the first plan’s take-off into the second plan’s landing.


See Latest Movements at Boeing, Seattle. Search for “GED” to see which aircraft this might be.


I can tell you exactly what it is. It’s the first AEW&C aircraft for the Turkish AF.

GED is correct. I believe some interior fitment is done there (Sussex County).

I’m about a week behind at the moment, with a fresh update to come over the weekend but you might like to check out my Boeing deliveries page at


Sorry Damiross, only just realised that your link links to my page :mrgreen: