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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by Oblivian View Post

    Nopes. I've posted the hex check before. Not sure anyone checks (i do), but it's not without it's flaws (p4-, aruba and English isle ones are too hard)

    http://hexlookup.epizy.com/hex.php

    I'd like to integrate both that and 'does it have a record already' type checks since that's about all the forum is used for beside SEO spam (and support send people to dbase thread). But since hex can't be searched on fr24 from page submit like registration, don't have immediate methods
    And integrated to hex.php page.

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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by Fat Blob View Post
    Ah sorry. I thought it was meant to be a link to your look-up website.
    Nopes. I've posted the hex check before. Not sure anyone checks (i do), but it's not without it's flaws (p4-, aruba and English isle ones are too hard)

    http://hexlookup.epizy.com/hex.php

    I'd like to integrate both that and 'does it have a record already' type checks since that's about all the forum is used for beside SEO spam (and support send people to dbase thread). But since hex can't be searched on fr24 from page submit like registration, don't have immediate methods

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  • Fat Blob
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    Ah sorry. I thought it was meant to be a link to your look-up website.

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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by Fat Blob View Post
    It's an image not a link. Doesn't do anything.
    Called demonstrating concept.

    If it wasn't something 'I'm playing' with and a finalised product I'd take it off my pc and host it on a server like my hex one.

    ​​​​​​At present want it to do more things. But reading the data from fr24 isn't eady and needs proceeding cautiously to not breach terms of use.

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  • Fat Blob
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    It's an image not a link. Doesn't do anything.

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  • Oblivian
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    Playing some more with PHP code that I could merge in with my Hex vs Registration prefix validation page that I use to spot check

    Basically the same as putting at the end of http://flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/xxxxx (which many seem to fail to check)

    But a bit faster as it doesn't move away from the page/need to load the full info or scripts. Uses a get_header function to interrogate the header only, if it detects a re-direct to the main /data/aircraft page (no record found) it simply reports it

    Or if there is one, provides the link back



    frdbase.JPG

    Don't think there is a fr24 search page for hex to do the same however :/ but be nice to be able to search both.

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  • sgc
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    Question: I tried to add a Hungarian registered UL in the database but it seems that it is still not there. Possible reason is that the tail number of this plane is "38-502" which (not starting with "HA-"). Strange, but this tail number is an official UL tail number in Hungary and the hex code is officially associated to this plane. If it is necessary I can send/attach pictures of the plane and the papers. What should I do to register this plane?

    The data I sent in the "Aircraft to be added.." topic:
    476BBC
    38-502
    TL20
    TL 200 STING Carbon RG
    09ST331
    Private owner

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  • hallo
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    Is anybody at FR24 working on connecting ICAO type designators to icons??? There are probably a few 100 that are missing.
    Maybe I could do it?

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  • Azstorm@cox.net
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    Question: Can Boeing 717s be added to aircraft database. Still a lot of them flying, mainly Delta I think. Thanks. Royal

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  • Oblivian
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    And in actual fact..
    https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...l=1#post126196

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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by apgphoto View Post
    Well you can but it depends on the country.

    Some country's will show the hex code on their online registers

    Other country's have predetermined allocations so its possible to work out.
    Chile in this case (posted a number of times and not action-ed as missing, likely blocked hex re-use which can't be taken off without email to support)

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  • apgphoto
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    Well you can but it depends on the country.

    Some country's will show the hex code on their online registers

    Other country's have predetermined allocations so its possible to work out.

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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by cristianaliaga View Post
    Where can I look up the ICAO 24-bit code of an aircraft if I only have the registration or serial number?
    You cant

    That's the whole idea of the database and a transponder. Only ones sending a valid code appear. And can then be matched/assigned the registration displayed

    (Or a receiver will capture it and be shown)

    You cant just add registrations because you think they need to be without knowing it is sending a hex code.

    Sent from my EML-L09 using Tapatalk
    Last edited by Oblivian; 2019-09-09, 19:32.

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  • cristianaliaga
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    Where can I look up the ICAO 24-bit code of an aircraft if I only have the registration or serial number?

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  • Oblivian
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    These are getting crazy

    Lets throw out the book on the Chicago Convention (7char incl -) and write our own

    Guessing Panama is for taxation/leasing purposes

    HP-9910CMP

    Panama
    HP-1000AAA to HP-9999ZZZ. Previously RX. The three letters (AAA–ZZZ) stand for the ICAO code of the airline, such as CMP for Copa Airlines and PST for Air Panama. At 10 characters, including the dash, this is the joint-longest registration, along with Laos.

    Laos RDPL RDPL-10000 to RDPL-99999. At 10 characters, including the dash, this is the joint-longest registration, along with Panama

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