Boeing 777-400??? … /MUHA/LFPG
Now that one caught my attention!

Edit: Notice the “/C”. That’s Loran, VOR/DME or INS with TRANSPONDER & NO Mode C. What!!! No mode C!

I assume it’s a 747-400, and someone entered it wrong. Looking at the history, it’s usually a 744 until today.

Looks like they also forgot to finish “Q” from C!

If there were any doubt, notice that next to the Aircraft type (noted as “B774”), there’s no unabbreviated version denoted along with the # of engines. This was definitely a boo-boo.

Close Call With B747LCF Vortices Nearly Claims C172
“Instructor Recovers After Aircraft Rolls 90 Degrees and Pitches Nose-Down Vertical. And you thought YOU had some close calls?”