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Airport authorities at Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) are mulling over the mystery of three Boeing 474 jets that have been left at the airport unclaimed.

Airport operators have resorted to leaving an advertisement in a Malaysian newspaper in an attempt to track down the owners. The ad warns that the aircraft may be sold or disposed of if they are not collected within 14 days, which the airport is permitted to do under Malaysian regulations.

This makes December 21st the deadline—so if you have misplaced three planes in Kuala Lumpur, please get in touch with them soon.

The aircraft are 747-200F models with the registration numbers TF-ARM, TF-ARN and TF-ARH. Two are passenger aircraft and one is a cargo plane, and they are described as “international”, not Malaysian.

(Source: Yahoo! News)

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