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    FLARM codes

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    Quote Originally Posted by apgphoto View Post
    FLARM codes
    Righty ho then.

    Wasn't aware they were handled separately here. I thought was 3rd party supplied data
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    You cant mention 3rd party data, I get banned for it

    I suspect you are correct it is third party data, but the codes still need decoding. FLARM codes are not country dependant, they are system dependant. There are a few codes already in the DB, which is great until the aircraft then start using ADSB and we get double entries...

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    And I thought making a lookup table (that was quickly becoming tainted with Brittish colonial regions WITHIN the G- range) was hard enough to deal with as it was.

    At least they all appear to be within the DD 'reserved' bank. Means can care a little less about their respective allocation/country.

    Pretty sure they're not all Bermuda/VP banks, but scattered throughout the range.
    icaohex.JPG
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    IOM uses 43E716 - 43E7FF and 43E800 - 43E8FF and 43E900 - 43E9FF and 43EA00-43EAFF and 424B03-424BFF and 424C00-424CF7
    Jersey 43F2CE-43F2FF (initial allocation)
    Guernsey 43EAFE-43EBFF

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    please change AirExplore logo

    airline: AirExplore
    IATA: ED
    ICAO: AXE



    old


    NEW


    thank you

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    Aicraft livery change

    Good evening,

    The our third aircraft has changed the livery, so we would like to be displayed on Flight Radar as the picture attached,


    Aircraft REGISTRATION: ZAALB

    MODE S: 50101E


    Thank you very much,

    Erald Jaupaj/ALBAWINGS OCC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Erald Jaupaj View Post
    Good evening,

    The our third aircraft has changed the livery, so we would like to be displayed on Flight Radar as the picture attached,


    Aircraft REGISTRATION: ZAALB

    MODE S: 50101E


    Thank you very much,

    Erald Jaupaj/ALBAWINGS OCC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivian View Post
    Managed to massage up a PHP/Web version of a HEX to region verification now

    Well, it seems to work.

    Dump the hex -> decimal values and Country/Prefix into a CSV (basically an export of my online/google sheets version)

    It loads the CSV data into a an array/table on page load and then converts and looks up any entered HEX and spits out the record expected

    Means if there are adjustments/corrections to the CSV it dynamically updates too which is handy

    Attachment 10257

    Now to find someone/somewhere to host
    Its a shame your work couldn't be integrated in to the new webpage update, at least unknowns would then display their country correctly.

    At the moment they just display as an N/A fr.JPG

    Not being able to copy the Hex in the browser is a PIA

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    Can you please add the following airport (in Germany) to your database:
    EDTY - Schwäbisch Hall-Hessental, aka Adolf Würth Airport, 49°07’ N, 9°47’ E

    It has a concrete runway of 1.540 x 30 meters, has frequent visits by biz jets and occasional visits by small airliners.
    Internet: https://www.edty.de/

    Thanks
    Last edited by Cloudhunter; 2019-02-19 at 23:35.

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