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Glitches with EMB-110 & Luftwaffe



Posted by VHarvey on 24 April 2014 - 06:27:21
14 posts, 11284 aircraft seen at 82 airports. Local Airport: YVR

I have found that all EMB-110 Bandeirante's list as Phenom 100's in my sightings and there is an error selecting Luftwaffe aircraft as seen, guess a coding issue with the + in the reg.

Posted by anorak48 on 24 April 2014 - 07:49:06

I had the same problem with LX-LGF I saw it in 1970s on a Caravelle it has since been used on a 737 and is active on a DHC8 today. use the add multiple sightings. I did this I added a number 1 (LX-LGF1) after the reg the clicked add report I then entered the type and operator manually then delete the number before you click submit query. hope this helps you.

Admin Posted by nighthawk on 24 April 2014 - 16:10:14
260 posts, 155 aircraft seen at 18 airports. Local Airport: CAX

thanks VHarvey, I'll look into those issues. It may well be that the + causes issues looking up the regs. Do you have a few sample regs that should be in the DB?

Anorak: Multiple Sightings only searches for currently active registrations, for that reason. The search at the top of the page will show all entries for that registration, past and present.

Results are here, although there is no Caravelle showing.

Posted by anorak48 on 24 April 2014 - 21:30:10

Nighthawk I know I was using LX-LGF as an example. I didn't expect a Caravelle to be there that's why I used add multiple it is quicker that way and we can enter it manually that way. I wasn't complaining I was just trying to help another member. As for other aircraft registrations it depends on how far you want to back in the past. one I have noted is G-TCDE(example) it states it is on order but it was delivered on 10-4-2014 I have many others as well. but I cant update the database only you can.

Posted by VHarvey on 04 May 2014 - 03:53:33
14 posts, 11284 aircraft seen at 82 airports. Local Airport: YVR

Examples are 10+21 for Luftwaffe and G-TABS, C-FPCO & C-FPCX for the Bandits




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