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  1. #111
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    Hi Mike, please add my aircraft to the Flightradar24 database, detail as follows.

    ModeS/Hex-code: 00895B
    Registration: ZS - BPD
    ICAO Type code: BE 58
    Type: Beechcraft Baron
    Airline / Owner: Kingfisher 321 (Pty) Ltd
    First flight date: 1983-00-00

    Thanks a lot.

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    Am I correct in thinking the Livery/paint details are an IOS feature only?

    Or added as a 'note' field to web.

    Seems like extra work for only a portion of the market if thats the case to be changing that data so regularly (especially down to 'sticker' level!) when not mentioned specifically in the info layout details as a bit of info.
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    Hrm.

    Guess that means we should change our latest example (despite being registered as a BK17-D2!!!) to an H145

    IMG_1286.jpg :/

    (is on the tail)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblivian View Post
    Hrm.

    Guess that means we should change our latest example (despite being registered as a BK17-D2!!!) to an H145

    IMG_1286.jpg :/

    (is on the tail)
    A reverse to your H145, someone has already changed the delivered Bombardier CS100 to Airbus A220-100 so it doesn't matter what it says on the aircraft

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    These are getting crazy

    Lets throw out the book on the Chicago Convention (7char incl -) and write our own

    Guessing Panama is for taxation/leasing purposes

    HP-9910CMP

    Panama
    HP-1000AAA to HP-9999ZZZ. Previously RX. The three letters (AAA–ZZZ) stand for the ICAO code of the airline, such as CMP for Copa Airlines and PST for Air Panama. At 10 characters, including the dash, this is the joint-longest registration, along with Laos.

    Laos RDPL RDPL-10000 to RDPL-99999. At 10 characters, including the dash, this is the joint-longest registration, along with Panama
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    Where can I look up the ICAO 24-bit code of an aircraft if I only have the registration or serial number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cristianaliaga View Post
    Where can I look up the ICAO 24-bit code of an aircraft if I only have the registration or serial number?
    You cant

    That's the whole idea of the database and a transponder. Only ones sending a valid code appear. And can then be matched/assigned the registration displayed

    (Or a receiver will capture it and be shown)

    You cant just add registrations because you think they need to be without knowing it is sending a hex code.

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    Last edited by Oblivian; 2019-09-09 at 19:32.
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    Well you can but it depends on the country.

    Some country's will show the hex code on their online registers

    Other country's have predetermined allocations so its possible to work out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apgphoto View Post
    Well you can but it depends on the country.

    Some country's will show the hex code on their online registers

    Other country's have predetermined allocations so its possible to work out.
    Chile in this case (posted a number of times and not action-ed as missing, likely blocked hex re-use which can't be taken off without email to support)
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