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  • 8A05F9
    P28A
    2843809

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    • Originally posted by apgphoto View Post
      The KLM E175 fleet all have the incorrect ICAO code of E75S they are all E75L

      PH-EXG through PH-EXT

      Link to KLM conformation that they are "long wing" https://news.klm.com/klm-first-europ...-enhancements/

      JA09FJ, JA10FJ and JA11FJ are also incorrectly coded as E75S they should be E75L

      Actually looking through other 170-200 most are wrong, the RJA fleet are listed as E75L when they are E75S, same with more than half of the Republic aircraft.

      Suggest one of you DB guys go and look at the difference between the wings and recode them properly
      Just bumping this post as its been "missed"

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      • 399922
        F-HGJC

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        • 406E32
          G-CIPR
          Microlight

          405687
          G-CEWB
          Microlight
          Incorrect aircraft icons showing. Aircraft class should be mechanically propelled Microlight (Glider icon). Displaying medium sized jet icon.


          400E6D
          G-XARV
          Fixed Wing Light Aircraft

          4044D1
          G-URMS
          Fixed Wing Light Aircraft
          Incorrect aircraft icons showing. Aircraft class should be fixed wing light aircraft. Displaying medium sized jet icon.
          Last edited by Graeme2812; 2018-02-24, 13:06.

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          • 49D0C3
            OK-MMI
            date: 2003

            Miscode for OK-API which is showing on fr24 with callsign OKAPI and hex 49D3DC - https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/ok-api

            Proper info:
            49D0F3
            OK-API
            C172
            Reims Cessna F172
            F172-01710
            private owner
            1979

            49D3DC
            OK-IQB
            DA62
            Diamond DA62
            62.054
            private owner
            2017-00-00
            Last edited by vader696; 2018-02-24, 13:11.

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            • Originally posted by Graeme2812 View Post
              406E32
              G-CIPR
              Microlight

              405687
              G-CEWB
              Microlight
              Incorrect aircraft icons showing. Aircraft class should be mechanically propelled Microlight (Glider icon). Displaying medium sized jet icon.



              4044D1
              G-URMS
              Fixed Wing Light Aircraft
              Incorrect aircraft icons showing. Aircraft class should be fixed wing light aircraft. Displaying medium sized jet icon.
              Icon is derived from the ICAO type designator. See here... https://www.icao.int/publications/DO...es/Search.aspx

              The medium sized jet icon you refer to is the default for unknown type.

              406E32
              G-CIPR
              SKRA
              Skyranger Ninja 912S(1)
              BMAA/HB/654
              2015
              Private

              [No such type code as NNJA]

              405687
              G-CWEB
              ULAC
              Quik GT450
              8343
              2007
              Private

              4044D1
              G-URMS
              EUPA

              Type code is correct. Not all type codes have icons allocated.
              Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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              • RA-64017, RA-64018, RA-64019, RA-64020, RA-64047 are no longer in Red Wings (RWZ) fleet.

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                • Avianca Colombia transfered the A320-200 (MSN 4599) registration N599AV to Avianca Ecuador and the new registration is (HC-CTR)
                  05262F71-61ED-4629-959D-177FC1BC8B58.jpg

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                  • Mode S: A2313F
                    New owner: Allegiant
                    Reg: N240NV
                    MSN 1208
                    Age: 17.9
                    https://www.planespotters.net/airfra...nt-Air/aoLetDq

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                    • 00AA4B
                      ZS-PZU
                      BE20
                      Beech 200
                      BB-315
                      Changing Altitudes

                      Apologies for the run around. It seems it was originally correct, but then became a mistake. Somehow. Anyway it’s now been correctly reissued by our CAA. Confirmed. I have the certificate.

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                      • Originally posted by zoneout View Post
                        00AA4B
                        ZS-PZU
                        BE20
                        Beech 200
                        BB-315
                        Changing Altitudes

                        Apologies for the run around. It seems it was originally correct, but then became a mistake. Somehow. Anyway it’s now been correctly reissued by our CAA. Confirmed. I have the certificate.
                        Thanks for confirmation.
                        Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                        • Originally posted by leoandrew88 View Post
                          Avianca Colombia transfered the A320-200 (MSN 4599) registration N599AV to Avianca Ecuador and the new registration is (HC-CTR)
                          [ATTACH=CONFIG]9288[/ATTACH]
                          And the hex code of HC-CTR is...?

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                          • Originally posted by apgphoto View Post
                            Just bumping this post as its been "missed"
                            Missed or not missed...the main problem is that I'm still the one who is doing 99% of the work here and this may take some time before everything gets corrected.

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                            • I know Maxi, not a dig at you and we appreciate what you do.

                              I have offered my services but nobody at FR24 is interested.

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                              • Here is a good one for you Maxi to sort out

                                Somewhere in the DB there is a data clash that's causing two aircraft to become one.

                                B738 VP-BMO Hex 42423D has flights shown operated by B752 VP-BRL Hex 4242C8

                                Flight plans verify that the B752 has not operated any of the Aeroflot flights shown in the DB. The aircraft was delivered on Dec 29th 2017, but its FR24 history shows it operating flights from 22nd December, which are those of the B738.

                                My independent data and that from my FR24 receiver shows on 21st Feb 2018 the following flights:

                                42423D AFL2522 VP-BMO B738 35000 35000 21/02/2018 10:06:48
                                42423D AFL2523 VP-BMO B738 38000 38000 21/02/2018 14:22:53

                                In the FR24 database VP-BMO didn't fly on 21/02

                                vpbmo.jpg

                                The F24 database shows these flights were operated by B752 VP-BRL, (sorry screengrab doesn't show header)

                                VPBRL.JPG

                                The B752 VP-BRL Hex 4242C8 is not recording any data of its own in the DB, it was delivered ex Shannon on Dec 29th using correct hex

                                b752.JPG

                                It looks as though something has gone wrong in the DB on Dec 21st

                                Over to you Maxi, add it to your list
                                Last edited by apgphoto; 2018-02-26, 10:02.

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