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maxrad

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Airport Codes
« on: May 07, 2012, 09:47:25 AM »
what could be the reason that a aircraft would not show airport codes, it has come from somewhere and is going to land somewhere if not the same place, it shows all other details bar airport codes, going by the mode s code it is a aircraft based at EGMC/SEN but I need to know if it was  dep or arr, airport codes would tell me this , is there anyway to gain the flight line from the flight number

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Re: Airport Codes
« Reply #1 on: May 07, 2012, 10:08:02 AM »
maxrad,

A wee bit more info would help us answer.  Is the aircraft in question an airliner or a private aircraft, what is its flight ID, hex, registation etc?

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Re: Airport Codes
« Reply #2 on: May 07, 2012, 12:14:27 PM »
hanx for the reply i have included a section of a log the D&A are my entiries (DEP & Arr)

406540   EZY127Y   EGMC-EHAM   G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   15:29:09   D
*406540   EZY141J                      G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   14:34:47*   
*406540   EZY20P                      G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   22:15:56*   
406540   EZY656L   EHAM-EGMC   G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   18:55:56   A
406540   EZY656L   EHAM-EGMC   G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   18:56:00   A
406540   EZY719   EGMC-EGAA   G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   19:49:23   D
406540   EZY7403   EGMC-EHAM   G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   12:14:11   D
406540   EZY7421   EGMC-LEPA   G-EZGR   A319   easyJet Airline   06/05/2012   06:07:32   D

the two entries I am intrested are the prifix * entries, hope there is enough info now , by  knowing the flight destination i can work if it was a dep or a arr, a second thought is there a way to set the radarbox to include all the log fields,

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Re: Airport Codes
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2012, 12:37:00 PM »
maxrad,

According to Libhomeradar, EZY141J is Amsterdam - Southend and EZY20P is Belfast - Southend. If you want to tie up routes with flight numbers there are several sites which can help of which Libhomeradar is just one. Try 'googling' for more information.

http://www.libhomeradar.org/databasequery/index.php

Ian

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Re: Airport Codes
« Reply #4 on: May 07, 2012, 12:39:46 PM »
ok thanx for the info will use your advice

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Re: Airport Codes
« Reply #5 on: May 07, 2012, 12:46:43 PM »
what search criteria did you use as i do not seem to come up with the same results the times are incorrect

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Re: Airport Codes
« Reply #6 on: May 07, 2012, 02:27:25 PM »
maxrad,

On the Libhomeradar site, at the top of the page click on 'database search'. On the next page where it states 'search by callsign' enter for example 'EZY141J'. Press 'enter' and the details for the 6th of May will come up for that flight. You can go a stage further on that page by clicking on 'show' and you will get additional details.

Ian