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  • The Real Rode
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    Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
    And from that list, one of these is chosen.
    Thank you for the list. But there's no description i.e. "icon showing giant jet with 4 engines: Airbus A380" and so on? How does F24 know how to "translate" them? I mean, there must be some kind of system?

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  • Oblivian
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    And from that list, one of these is chosen.
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  • Oblivian
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    There is no list.

    Icons are just an indicator, based on the 'type' ICAO shortcode listed for each airframe. Of which there are thousands.

    You can work out what they likely are by looking at different areas

    Ground vechicle
    Helicopter (various)
    Bizjet
    Light aircraft
    light twin engine
    Medium twin engine
    tri-jet
    Fokker-like twin tail jet
    Light twin jet
    Heavy twin jet
    Large 4-engine jet
    Super 4-engine jet


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  • The Real Rode
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    So noone can help us with a list of the different icons used for the different aircrafts?

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  • The Real Rode
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    Did you get an answer somehow or find out by yourself? I have also looked everywhere (in the About, FAQ and How it Works) without results!

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  • Kaladin
    started a topic Plane Icons

    Plane Icons

    Hi, I am new to flightradar24.
    I searched everywhere but couldn't find a list of the different icons used for the different aircrafts.
    Is there a list with the different icons and what they stand for? Or could someone help me with explanations of the icons?
    I'd love to learn about all this, but I have to confess, that I have problems understanding most of the threads, as I am almost completely new to this topic, but got hooked.
    I'd appreciate it if someone could help me out.
    Thanks
    Last edited by Kaladin; 2019-10-01, 10:02.
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