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  • Originally posted by Oschtan View Post
    ModeS: 1E0000
    Type code: MC-21
    Type: Irkut MC-21-300
    S/N: 21001 (3 more planes for free)
    Registration: RA-73051
    Airline: Irkut Corp. http://eng.irkut.com/
    Operator: - (Test Aircraft)
    Age: May 2017
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    I'm not going to continue to provide data on new planes for free, then to watch them for money on the map. Another 3 planes are free (trial version).
    It is foul to demand money for data collected by users through this forum (Serial number, Age of aircraft).
    Type code MC23

    Hex looks a bit iffy [possibly a miscode?], and RA-73051 was previously reported as 151D5B, which seems more likely. [Your post #9799]
    Last edited by 40612; 2017-09-18, 10:16.
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    • Originally posted by 40612 View Post
      Type code MC23

      Hex looks a bit iffy [possibly a miscode?], and RA-73051 was previously reported as 151D5B, which seems more likely. [Your post #9799]
      151D5B - calculated hexcode. For Russian Registration ModeS=f(Registration)
      1E0000 - observed hexcode (I can not say what it is connected with)
      P.S. The first SSJ100 also had an unusual hexcode
      ?????? ?????? ?? 2017-09-18 19-08-05.png
      https://www.flightradar24.com/2017-0...1/24x//ee6a75b
      I provide free of charge the serial number and age of the aircraft to enrich FR24

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      • OK, it looks a bit suspect, but maybe it's a temporary manufacturers code.

        So 151D5B hasn't been seen as such? I don't think that we shouldn't really be adding "calculated" data here... Not without stating that it's unconfirmed, anyway.
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        • Originally posted by 40612 View Post
          So 151D5B hasn't been seen as such? I don't think that we shouldn't really be adding "calculated" data here... Not without stating that it's unconfirmed, anyway.
          Each registration number of the Russian registration RA-XXXXXX corresponds to a strictly defined hexcode. In this case, this compliance is determined by the rules of the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency. I see no reason why the calculated hexcode can not be used here, if they are strictly defined. At the moment there were only 2 precedents, when there was a discrepancy: the first Superjet 100 and the first MS-21-300
          For acquaintance: http://superjet100.info/en-wiki:hex
          I provide free of charge the serial number and age of the aircraft to enrich FR24

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          • Is that a recent innovation? There seems to be a fair amount of randomness, looking through my own database. Perhaps old data?

            I know that quite a few aircraft have been reallocated with different hex codes in recent times.

            I don't suppose that there's an online lookup database, now? I've not found one in the past.
            Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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            • Originally posted by 40612 View Post
              Is that a recent innovation? There seems to be a fair amount of randomness, looking through my own database. Perhaps old data?

              I know that quite a few aircraft have been reallocated with different hex codes in recent times.

              I don't suppose that there's an online lookup database, now? I've not found one in the past.
              These rules have existed for a long time and have not changed
              I provide free of charge the serial number and age of the aircraft to enrich FR24

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              • I rest my case, your honour.
                Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                • 341516
                  9N-ALE
                  Bombardier CRJ-200ER
                  Saurya Airlines
                  SAU


                  -------------------------------
                  A93D72
                  9N-AME
                  Saurya Airlines
                  SAU


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                  71C073
                  HL8073
                  Airbus A321-232

                  ------------------------------
                  424237
                  VP-BYB
                  30159

                  First flight: 15/05/2000
                  ---------------------------------
                  424409
                  VQ-BBO
                  Embraer ERJ-170SU
                  ---------------------------------
                  800C0F
                  VT-IHC

                  First flight: 12/10/2005
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                  Last edited by Amauri1955; 2017-09-19, 14:38.

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                  • Originally posted by 40612 View Post
                    Is that a recent innovation? There seems to be a fair amount of randomness, looking through my own database. Perhaps old data?

                    I know that quite a few aircraft have been reallocated with different hex codes in recent times.

                    I don't suppose that there's an online lookup database, now? I've not found one in the past.
                    I have a decode for them if you want a copy, 40612? Post your email address here or contact me with it through the web form on my blog. You're right about the randomness with them. There are miscodes aplenty and adding them to the database based on their allocated (not actual) hex code is only going to end in tears. The first post in this thread and the 'new codes' thread should stipulate that only which have been physically seen pinging and have a confirmed tie-up should be posted. Roughly 50% of the codes posted in the other thread are nothing more than guesses.

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                    • Thanks Tyke. That'll be useful.

                      Here's a temporary [24 hour expiry] email address... 40612@trashmail.com

                      Cheers.
                      Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                      • Can't send attachments to that.

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                        • Two issues :

                          DDFAE1
                          F-BMNT (formerly F-CFKF)
                          N/A
                          MS-893 Commodore
                          N/A
                          N/A
                          N/A
                          N/A

                          DDFA18
                          F-CFMM (formerly F-CTBB)
                          N/A
                          Astir Jeans
                          N/A
                          N/A
                          N/A
                          N/A

                          DD0A25 is no longer active, thus to be deleted.

                          Please advise when fixed

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                          • OK, just send a message so I can reply to your email address.
                            Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                            • 50826A

                              Taftan MD-82

                              EP-CBA / prev UR-CJQ

                              not EP-ZAC

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                              • A62A5C
                                PR-SDQ
                                B733
                                Boeing 737 -3M8(F)
                                24022
                                Sideral Air Cargo

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