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  • Originally posted by Marcus_ View Post
    C82781
    ZK-OKT
    B77W
    Boeing 777-35E(ER)
    32644
    Air New Zealand
    ANZ
    2010-04-14
    Ex B-16717 [8990DF]
    Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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    • 86E8AC
      JA87AN
      B738
      Boeing 737-8AL
      64874
      All Nippon Airways
      ANA
      2018-08-08

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      • E486BC
        PP-PAF
        TBM7
        Socata TBM-850
        430
        Private
        2007

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        • E48F22
          PT-ZRQ
          RV10
          Van's RV-10
          FVE-2103
          Private
          2013

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          • Originally posted by Edilson.Carlos View Post
            E486BC
            PP-PAF
            TBM7
            Socata TBM-850
            430
            Private
            2007
            E486BC
            PP-PAF
            TBM8
            Socata TBM-850
            430
            Private
            2007
            Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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            • Originally posted by Marcus_ View Post
              Also, why are some of the Omni Air International 767s/777s Blocked and some are not. Might as well Unblock them all as they clearly don't mind their planes being visible on FlightRadar24 or other flight tracking sites (PlaneFinder, FlightAware).
              Royal Air Maroc 747-400 CN-RGA should be Unblocked, as well. It is a Passenger Jet Operating Commercial Flights. Just because on the rare occasions The King's 747-8 is having heavy maintenance, he may use this plane instead is no reason to have it Blocked.
              Blocked aircraft can only be changed by an admin. Sorry...

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              • Originally posted by E259 View Post
                86E8AC
                JA87AN
                B738
                Boeing 737-8AL
                64874
                All Nippon Airways
                ANA
                2018-08-08
                ...........

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                • Originally posted by Marcus_ View Post
                  For some reason, Malaysia Airlines Airbus A330-200 9M-MTW (MSN828) which entered service on 19 July is using the hexcode 75046C which is/was the hexcode for FlyGlobal Boeing 777-300 9M-FSL. I don't quite know what's going on here. Which one has the right hex code? Which one is wrong? If 9M-FSL has a new hex code? Anyone Know??? ... Here are the Details for 9M-MTW, I would add it to the database and leave 9M-FSL as it is for now.

                  75046C
                  9M-MTW
                  A332
                  Airbus A330-223
                  828
                  Malaysia Airlines
                  MAS
                  2007-03-13
                  ----------------------------------------
                  Silk Way West Airlines VP-BCR uses hexcode 4243A0 for some flights and 425700 for others. I don't know why this is. Anyone Know? Adding another entry to the database for VP-BCR is probably the best thing to do (So there is One with 4243A0 and one with 425700). It will show up on the map as a 747 with all the correct details rather than 'an unknown aircraft'

                  425700
                  VP-BCR
                  B744
                  Boeing 747-4H6(F)
                  28434
                  Silk Way West Airlines
                  AZG
                  2006-03-06


                  Royal Air Maroc 747-400 CN-RGA should be Unblocked, as well. It is a Passenger Jet Operating Commercial Flights. Just because on the rare occasions The King's 747-8 is having heavy maintenance, he may use this plane instead is no reason to have it Blocked.
                  The top two frames have miscoded transponders. If you add 9M-MTW to 75046C then all the flights that 9M-FSL flies would show incorrectly as the MAS A330. There is no possible way to work around this unless some very complex code was added to the back end where it would also look at FMC callsign data and show the A330 if it detects a MAS callsign, for example. That level of complexity is never going to happen here. In the case of the 747, adding 2 different codes for the same frame causes database indexing issues because the database is designed in such a way where it's one hex per single frame. If you have 2 instances of VP-BCR then how would the database know which one [hex] to query when running a flight history search? Again this is something that could be overcome with some back end coding but you'll be waiting a long time.

                  The RAM will never be unblocked. I happen to know some of the people that work in the FAA ASDI data feed department and part of their job is handling requests for blocking and unblocking of flights. I remember around 12 years ago a leasing company requested that RAM were unfiltered for tracking of their leased assets and the request was denied. Usually this would not be a problem and the airline would be unfiltered in the ASDI feed but the response from the FAA was that RAM had blocking of specific aircraft in place and also blocking for specific RAM flight number ranges and only high ranking officials within the company were authorized to make changes. The B744 is blocked for sure and if I recall correctly the entire RAM6000 flight number range are blocked, regardless of which frame is operating them.

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                  • 3D140D
                    D-EFVP
                    C206H
                    Cessna 206H Stationair
                    20608300
                    Feuerwehrflugdienst Niedersachsen
                    2008-04-00


                    3D275C
                    D-ENDS
                    C206H
                    Cessna 206H Stationair
                    20608301
                    Feuerwehrflugdienst Niedersachsen
                    2008-04-00

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                    • N277EA
                      B738
                      Boeing 737-8CX(WL)
                      Swift Air

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                      • Please add N277EA

                        N277EA
                        B738
                        Boeing 737-8CX(WL)
                        Swift Air

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                        • Originally posted by Martinique_ View Post
                          N277EA
                          B738
                          Boeing 737-8CX(WL)
                          Swift Air
                          A2C0E2
                          N277EA
                          B738
                          Boeing 737-8CX(WL)
                          32359
                          Swift Air
                          SWQ

                          Hex is most important!
                          Don't know the ICAO type code? Look it up here.

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                          • Aircraft Change
                            A70115
                            N550TA
                            F5
                            Northrop F-5E
                            75-0497
                            Tactical Air Support llc

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                            • Aircraft Change
                              A70115
                              N550TA
                              F5
                              Northrop F-5E
                              75-0497
                              Tactical Air Support llc

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                              • A18F0B
                                N2TS
                                S22T
                                Cirrus SR-22T
                                1679
                                Dearborn Aviation llc
                                Year 2018

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