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  • Originally posted by nomad77 View Post
    7C7F7A
    VH-ZGS
    R22 Beta
    4725
    Koolardie Aviation
    2016-00-00


    PT-FMM is using an old Australian code.
    Code and registration VH-ZGS have been reused.
    Your information is incorrect.
    Its a miscode.

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    • Originally posted by dedevillela View Post
      Its a miscode.
      Seriously!

      What is the point of this message?
      Last edited by nomad77; 2017-04-15, 07:31.

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      • ModeS: 3C68B4
        Registration: D-AJET
        ICAO Type code: E35L
        Type: Embraer Legacy 650
        MSN: 14501166
        Airline: ? (not Air Hamburg)
        Operator code (ICAO): ? (not Air Hamburg)


        ModeS: 3CC129
        Registration: D-CALL
        ICAO Type code: C55B
        Type: Cessna 550 Citation Bravo
        MSN: 550-0834
        Airline: ? (not Air Hamburg)
        Operator code (ICAO): ? (not Air Hamburg)


        AHO sold D-CALL and D-AJET - not AHO fleet anymore
        Last edited by Raoul Lehmann; 2017-04-15, 08:31.

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        • 440270
          Type P28S

          Currently has Type as 4402

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          • Originally posted by dedevillela View Post
            Its a miscode.
            It is, yes. The planes can be entered as miscodes so long as it's not being shared by another aircraft, which in this case it is as it's being used by CORRECT frame in Australia. You have to understand that only one registration can be appended to the hex code otherwise how would the database know which one to use and display when it receives 7C7F7A from someone? The problem is that South America as a whole has a very lax attitude to hex codes and generally don't bother to have them recoded when purchased from their previous owner. You should petition your government to fix the problem as only they can change it and in the meantime you have to accept that a lot of aircraft in South America cannot be listed correctly in the database - it is not FR24s fault.

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            • 3E34D9
              D-ILFD
              BN2P
              Britten-Norman BN-2 Islander
              2296
              Frisia-Luftverkehr Norddeich
              FLN
              01-10-01
              F-EETU1, F-EETU5, T-EETU1

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              • 7c1064
                VH-DIU
                AP32
                Aeroprakt A32 Vixxen
                021
                Soar Aviation
                2016-09-00

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                • Originally posted by fuxiang99150
                  780730
                  B-6761
                  A320
                  Airbus A320-232
                  4696
                  transferred to Chongqing Airlines

                  ...and presumably re-registered?

                  780730 is now B-8869, according to your previous post.
                  Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                  • So how does B-8869 fit in?
                    Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                    • Originally posted by fuxiang99150
                      780730 in reality is B-8868, but in the database is B-8322
                      OK, so B-8868 above was a typo and B-8869 is correct.

                      For info, GLF4 B-8322 was re-regd as N203RC. http://registry.faa.gov/aircraftinqu...umbertxt=203rc
                      Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                      • No problem. It confused me for a while, though.
                        Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                        • Originally posted by Tyke's Aero blog View Post
                          It is, yes. The planes can be entered as miscodes so long as it's not being shared by another aircraft, which in this case it is as it's being used by CORRECT frame in Australia. You have to understand that only one registration can be appended to the hex code otherwise how would the database know which one to use and display when it receives 7C7F7A from someone? The problem is that South America as a whole has a very lax attitude to hex codes and generally don't bother to have them recoded when purchased from their previous owner. You should petition your government to fix the problem as only they can change it and in the meantime you have to accept that a lot of aircraft in South America cannot be listed correctly in the database - it is not FR24s fault.
                          I know and agree with you, already questioned ANAC here in Brazil, still no answer so far...

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                          • A04DE2
                            HK-5093-G (ex N119CP)
                            PA46
                            Piper PA-46-310P Malibu
                            46-8508041
                            Private owner
                            built 1985

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                            • 4B51D1
                              REG HB-3370
                              MSN 28503

                              Current registration in DB has no dash

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                              • Originally posted by apgphoto View Post
                                4B51D1
                                REG HB-3370
                                MSN 28503

                                Current registration in DB has no dash
                                ... and the type code for an Alexander Schleicher ASW-28 is AS28. [Currently shown as GLID].
                                Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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