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  • airnrail
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    Originally posted by Windsurfmaniac View Post
    F-NTGF1 Fakarava Island, French Polynesia
    We've now got 3 in French Polynesia. Keep up that island spotting!

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-NTGF1 Fakarava Island, French Polynesia

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SAVV1 Viedma, Rio Negro, Argentina

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SAVY1 Puerto Madryn, Province of Chubut, Argentina

    At a quick glance, coverage seems to be very good.
    Last edited by Windsurfmaniac; 2016-03-01, 17:30.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SFAL1 Port Stanley, Islas Malvinas/Falkland Islands

    Another one in the end of the world. And on an island!

    Congratulations FR24! Becoming to have a great coverage considering we're talking about the Water Hemisphere!

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  • airnrail
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    Excellent. Hadn't yet spotted that one. Cheers.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-NTTG1 Rangiroa Island, French Polynesia

    As arnrail says: "always good to spot a new feeder on a island".

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  • usak
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    Waiting..Thanks

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  • RicksRadio
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    Originally posted by paradiselost View Post
    There is more on the airport at: http://www.greatcirclemapper.net/en/...lane-base.html

    The 1 appended to the rear of the identifier just signifies this is the first feeder assigned with that identifier.

    John

    F-RPVD1
    Dumaguete
    Thanks John. I haven't been in Tahsis for .... lets just say several decades! That's a great location, in a remote area, way up the west coast of Vancouver Island.

    Rick

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  • paradiselost
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    CAL9 Tahsis Seaplane Base

    Originally posted by RicksRadio View Post
    In recent weeks I've noticed a new feeder, F-CAL91, along the west coast on North America. It seems to be picking up aircraft over the Pacific north of the Oregon/Washington border and along the west coast of Vancouver Island.

    The callsign suggest it might be Canadian but the "AL91" is a mystery.

    Any suggestion on the location??

    Thanks,
    Rick
    There is more on the airport at: http://www.greatcirclemapper.net/en/...lane-base.html

    The 1 appended to the rear of the identifier just signifies this is the first feeder assigned with that identifier.

    John

    F-RPVD1
    Dumaguete

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  • RicksRadio
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    F-CAL91??

    In recent weeks I've noticed a new feeder, F-CAL91, along the west coast on North America. It seems to be picking up aircraft over the Pacific north of the Oregon/Washington border and along the west coast of Vancouver Island.

    The callsign suggest it might be Canadian but the "AL91" is a mystery.

    Any suggestion on the location??

    Thanks,
    Rick

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  • GitseBase
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    Originally posted by Windsurfmaniac View Post
    I've watchd some flights in the morning and afternoon. The range seems preety good. Coverage is becoming to increase in northern Brazil and Guianas/Suriname. Congratulations.
    Check http://forum.flightradar24.com/threa...radar24/page42

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    Originally posted by GitseBase View Post
    F-SMJP1, Zanderij, Wanica, SURINAME

    This is the 4th feeder in Suriname for FR24 after F-SMZO1, F-SMZO2 [jan-2015] and T-SMJP1 [dec-2015].
    F-SMJP1 is located at Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport (SMJP) and will provide ground coverage.
    I've watchd some flights in the morning and afternoon. The range seems preety good. Coverage is becoming to increase in northern Brazil and Guianas/Suriname. Congratulations.

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  • GitseBase
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    F-SMJP1

    F-SMJP1, Zanderij, Wanica, SURINAME

    This is the 4th feeder in Suriname for FR24 after F-SMZO1, F-SMZO2 [jan-2015] and T-SMJP1 [dec-2015].
    F-SMJP1 is located at Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport (SMJP) and will provide ground coverage.

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  • Windsurfmaniac
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    F-SAWE1 Río Grande, Tierra del Fuego, Argentina

    A new one in the end of the world.
    Last edited by Windsurfmaniac; 2016-01-28, 18:26.

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