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  • Good afternoon Admin,
    please note that the helicopter AW139 S/N 31774 changed the registration from F-OICC to 6V-AKO.

    Best Regards
    Karim

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    • 07014E
      6V-AKO
      A139
      Leonardo AW139
      31774
      Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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      • registration: HU.27-01 / ET-668
        modeS: 35921A
        type: EUROCOPTER AS532UL COUGAR
        callsign: TURIA68
        operator: U.M.E

        Appears as a plane but itīs a Helicopter


        thanks

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        • Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
          384xxx/AIB/F- don't tend to get added. They are for flight testing and change too much only to immediately get recoded on delivery/handover to customer.
          All AIB F-W*** test registrations are in the DB, including the A338 which hasn't even flown yet

          The issue with 384DFA is that the aircraft first appeared stickered as F-WZDW and now wears F-WWDW and the transponder has used both registrations. When the next aircraft uses this code we will see what registration it has...
          Last edited by apgphoto; 2018-09-26, 08:45.

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          • ace73a
            ICAO TBM9
            TYPE Socata TBM-930

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            • 31DDAA
              ICAO VNTR
              Type ICP Ventura

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              • A3D39E
                N346AF
                owner: Ameriflight

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                • ModeS: 3432D3
                  Registration: EC-KVH
                  ICAO Type code: EC45
                  Type: EC 145
                  MSN: 9152
                  Airline:
                  Operator: INAER

                  appears as a plane tks

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                  • Originally posted by Maxi_Tyrolean View Post
                    First, wrong thread!
                    https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...craft-database

                    Second, please post them in the correct format like all the other users here or they will be ignored.

                    Sorry to say but your posts are just a mess!
                    I do not understand it, they appear but incorrectly or with erroneous data or with the changed form that is why I report them here. tell me if I report them in another forum or in this one, I only write to correct what I see wrong

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                    • Originally posted by @eb4ewl View Post
                      I do not understand it, they appear but incorrectly or with erroneous data or with the changed form that is why I report them here. tell me if I report them in another forum or in this one, I only write to correct what I see wrong
                      You're using some retarded format for submitting them instead of the format in the first post of the thread linked. Maxi is the database editor. Submit them in the correct format or don't bother, quite simply. The format required is so that he can copy and paste the submissions direct into the database form and it auto-populates the relevant fields so takes 2 seconds to do. With the format you've been using he has to spend a load of extra time rearranging it all and quite rightly he isn't going to waste his time and efforts doing that for some Spanish police helicopeter.

                      For corrections or additions to data that is already in the database (only), the hex code as the reference point is fine, then just list the line you want correcting/adding.

                      Additions & corrections :

                      First type in reg or hex in top right box here : https://www.flightradar24.com/data. Is the hex or reg already in the database? No: go to 1. Yes: go to 2.

                      1. Post in 'aircraft to added to database' thread in this format :

                      Hex
                      Reg
                      Official 4 character ICAO type code (don't know it? Use this to find it : https://www.icao.int/publications/DO...es/Search.aspx)
                      Full aircraft type
                      Aircraft msn
                      Airline
                      Operator
                      IATA/ICAO codes for both if applicable
                      First flight date in YYYY-MM-DD if known

                      2. Post in 'data corrections thread' :

                      Hex
                      Reg
                      Details of correction, eg. operator : Spanish Police.


                      If you don't know the hex code then tough s**t. Posting anything in these 2 threads without citing the hex code will simply get ignored. All entries need the hex code as reference point and no, the owners/admins/editors will not spend any time trying to find them for you! (this is a general comment and not directed at you eb4)

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                      • 39BE21
                        F-HPRB not HPBR

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                        • 359254
                          HU.27-03
                          AS32


                          35921A
                          HU.27-01
                          AS32

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                          • Originally posted by @eb4ewl View Post
                            359254
                            HU.27-03
                            AS32


                            35921A
                            HU.27-01
                            AS32
                            Just out of curiosity, have you visually confirmed these hex/serial tie-ups?
                            Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                            • ModeS: 8964A7

                              Registration: A6-EQO (needs to be changed to A6-EQP)

                              ICAO Type code: B77W

                              Type: Boeing 777-31HER

                              MSN: 42364 (A6-EQP is 42364, whereas A6-EQO is 42363)

                              Airline: Emirates (EK / UAE)

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                              The details listed above are for A6-EQP (MSN 42364). FR24 has the aircraft listed as A6-EQO (MSN 42363).
                              EQP has performed 2 test flights, whereas EQO is still being assembled at PAE.



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                              • Originally posted by murtaza12 View Post
                                ModeS: 8964A7

                                Registration: A6-EQO (needs to be changed to A6-EQP)

                                ICAO Type code: B77W

                                Type: Boeing 777-31HER

                                MSN: 42364 (A6-EQP is 42364, whereas A6-EQO is 42363)

                                Airline: Emirates (EK / UAE)

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                                The details listed above are for A6-EQP (MSN 42364). FR24 has the aircraft listed as A6-EQO (MSN 42363).
                                EQP has performed 2 test flights, whereas EQO is still being assembled at PAE.



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                                Everything in this post is wrong. Editors please ignore. Database is correct as it stands.

                                Note to the admins that he has also sent the same misinformation to the FR24 twitter account too.

                                From 8 days ago : https://forum.flightradar24.com/thre...l=1#post109782
                                Last edited by rik130; 2018-09-27, 16:50.

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