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    Quote Originally Posted by Carrot View Post
    Looks like they are finally on their way to Tenerife.
    In about 20 hours i hope that Flightradar24.com will cover all Canar Islands

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    Red face The return of our friend , now 538

    Hi all
    Just had a look att cph.dk
    and found that our friend came back at 07.00 this morning
    with 11 hours of delay

    Best regards
    Ulf
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    Red face SK518 should be SK618

    Hi friends
    This SK518 should be SK618
    How come some of fligts have got the wrong callsign ??
    Anybody know ? Computers or pilots or what ?

    Best Regards
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    Pilot error when adding callsign into the transponder.

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    Hi Mike
    What is the actual "serious" purpose with those "new" ADS transponders
    Just changing old system into new , ? or what ??

    Ulf

    P.s How stupid I am I could just look it up myself
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automat...ance-broadcast

    Får mig att tänka på Håkan Lans , vår svenske uppfinnare och hans AIS, navigering system till USA förtret
    http://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automat...ication_System
    Last edited by scanhorse; 2010-03-13 at 20:18.

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    Hi friends ,
    About ADS-B , I also found this ;

    Benefits of ADS-B

    ADS-B is intended to increase safety and efficiency. Safety benefits include:[5]

    * Improved visual acquisition especially for general aviation under visual flight rules (VFR).
    * Reduced runway incursions on the ground.

    ADS-B enables increased capacity and efficiency by supporting:

    * Enhanced visual approaches
    * Closely spaced parallel approaches
    * Reduced spacing on final approach
    * Reduced aircraft separations
    * Enhanced operations in high altitude airspace for the incremental evolution of the "free flight" concept
    * Surface operations in lower visibility conditions
    * Near visual meteorological conditions (VMC) capacities throughout the airspace in most/all weather conditions
    * Improved ATC services in non-radar airspace

    However, although ADS-B is suitable for surveillance of remote areas where the siting of radars is difficult, some ATC providers are not yet convinced that it is currently suitable for use in high traffic volume areas, such as in UK and Northern European airspace. Changing from conventional SSR to ADS-B would also require investment in ATC infrastructure, something which many European providers may be unwilling to sanction. Furthermore, ADS-B provides no ground verification of the accuracy of the information provided by aircraft and this could have adverse security implications.[6]
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    Sk9135 ???

    Spooky flight ??? I can not find this ? Freight ?
    Would there be somewhere to find numbers for freigt?

    Ulf
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    Quote Originally Posted by scanhorse View Post
    Spökflyg ??? Kan inte hitta denna ? Frakt ?
    var hittar man dom ?

    Ulf
    I can see that the plane arrived from Madrid, I think that it has been stored there, or some kind of maintenance.

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    SAS uses flightnumber 9xxx for most of their non commercial flights, very often service or to replace an other plane with some kind of problems. If you search in the swedish section of Wikipedia för SAS, you will find a table with the structure of their flightnumbers.

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    It was returning from a maintenence check. SAS does tihs among, others, in Madrid and Zurich for their 330/340's.

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