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  • leevictor
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    4841AD
    PH-BQN
    B772
    Boeing 777-206(ER)
    32720
    KLM
    KLM (KLM Asia Livery)
    KLM
    2006-04-09

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  • leevictor
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    484416
    PH-BQM
    B772
    Boeing 777-206(ER)
    34712
    KLM
    KLM (KLM Asia Livery)
    KLM
    2006-05-30

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  • leevictor
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    484370
    PH-BQI
    B772
    Boeing 777-206(ER)
    33714
    KLM
    KLM (KLM Asia Livery)
    KLM
    2004-11-24

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  • leevictor
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    48436F
    PH-BQH
    B772
    Boeing 777-206(ER)
    32705
    KLM
    KLM (KLM Asia Livery)
    KLM
    2004-09-30

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  • leevictor
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    48436D
    PH-BQF
    B772
    Boeing 777-206(ER)
    29398
    KLM
    KLM (KLM Asia Livery)
    KLM
    2004-05-18

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  • johnor999
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    Originally posted by AirMe View Post

    FAA's ICAO code document shows JON belogs to the French airline Joon. You can see all ICAO codes here: https://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/...d_10_10_19.pdf
    I contacted the airline and they actually don't have an ICAO code after all which I wrote in a later post.
    So the airline has no IATA nor ICAO code, however shouldn't it be possible to add them anyway? If this thread is wrong for that kind of request, where should I make the request?

    Anyway, standard dbeditors should be able to change the details of SE-MHU to the following as the airline is currently wrong:

    Reg: SE-MHU
    Mode S: 4AB515
    MSN: UC-115
    Code: B190
    Airline: Jonair
    Operator: Jonair

    Official publicly available sources such as the Swedish Transport Agency support those details.

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  • leevictor
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    8964FF
    A6-BMD
    B78X
    Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner
    60758
    Etihad Airways
    ETD (ADNOC - Choose China Livery)
    ETD
    2018-12-11

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  • 40612
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    Originally posted by ponders View Post
    8A044F
    PK-GAF (error)
    AT76 (error) should be B737

    This is a B737 erroneously listed as a AT76. some of the flights are not possible to be done with a AT76

    Refering to PK-GAF's flight history, it has made flights at distances and attitude that could only be carried out by the B737 but the database records the aircraft as ATR72-600.

    Do check out 12 Dec 19 (Singapore Surabaya), 11 Dec (Perth Denpasar) and 7 Dec (Denpasar Guangzhou), the these are unlikely to be ATR flights and ATR is unable to reach 35,000 ft,
    The details are correct, but 8A044F is also being used by B738 PK-GNN, miscoded.

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  • ponders
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    8A044F
    PK-GAF (error)
    AT76 (error) should be B737

    This is a B737 erroneously listed as a AT76. some of the flights are not possible to be done with a AT76

    Refering to PK-GAF's flight history, it has made flights at distances and attitude that could only be carried out by the B737 but the database records the aircraft as ATR72-600.

    Do check out 12 Dec 19 (Singapore Surabaya), 11 Dec (Perth Denpasar) and 7 Dec (Denpasar Guangzhou), the these are unlikely to be ATR flights and ATR is unable to reach 35,000 ft,

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  • nomad77
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    7C2E33
    VH-JET
    B350
    Textron B300 Super King Air

    FL-1197
    Private
    2019-12-00

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  • nomad77
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    7C1B2B
    VH-FNH
    PC12
    Pilatus PC-12/47E
    1913
    R.F.D.S. Australia
    2019-12-00

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  • leoandrew88
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    Avianca AVA yesterday retired the last A318 from the fleet, all A318 have to be removed from database:

    A7976B
    N589AV
    Airbus A318-111
    2575
    AVIANCA
    AVA
    29 Sep 2005
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    A79DD6
    N590EL
    Airbus A318-111
    2328
    AVIANCA
    AVA
    15 Oct 2004
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    A7A544
    N592EL
    Airbus A318-111
    2358
    AVIANCA
    AVA
    19 Nov 2004
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    A7B420
    N596EL
    Airbus A318-111
    2523
    AVIANCA
    AVA
    29 Jun 2005
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    A7B7D7
    N597EL
    Airbus A318-111
    2544
    AVIANCA
    AVA
    3 Aug 2005
    ----------------------


    A7BB8E
    N598EL
    Airbus A318-111
    2552
    AVIANCA
    AVA
    24 Aug 2005

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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by KKazu View Post
    Dear whom may it concern,

    Thank you for correcting information of JA01VA, however, there are still some photos of Vanilla Air which was old operator. So please remove photos of Vanilla Air.

    8406B0
    JA01VA
    A320
    Airbus A320-214
    5844
    All Nippon Airways
    ANA
    ANA
    Photos are on jetphotos.com

    They are not stored here

    They tie to the reg

    New photos need to be updated to jetphotos.com

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  • KKazu
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    Dear whom may it concern,

    Thank you for correcting information of JA01VA, however, there are still some photos of Vanilla Air which was old operator. So please remove photos of Vanilla Air.

    8406B0
    JA01VA
    A320
    Airbus A320-214
    5844
    All Nippon Airways
    ANA
    ANA

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  • AirMe
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    Originally posted by johnor999 View Post



    ch-aviation data says that JON is their ICAO-code. Their callsigns showed up as for example JON31, JON32 etc in data from Swedavia that was available through WebTrak some months ago. Sadly, they shut down public access to WebTrak so it can't be checked at the moment. They use callsign "Jonair 31", "Jonair 32" etc on the radio, which can be verified with liveatc.net. Filing a flight with callsign JON31 when you use callsign "Jonair 31" on the radio makes no sense if JON wasn't their ICAO code. If JON was a fake code, I would expect them to use callsign Juliet-Oscar-November-3-1, not Jonair 31.

    If despite all of the above JON isn't their ICAO-code, then just create a page for them without any codes. They are a legitimate airline that operates commercial flights. Both scheduled passenger service and ad-hoc charter flights. JOON on the other hand don't even officially exist anymore so it makes no sense for them to have a FR24 page or ICAO-code for that matter.
    FAA's ICAO code document shows JON belogs to the French airline Joon. You can see all ICAO codes here: https://www.faa.gov/documentLibrary/...d_10_10_19.pdf

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