AC Type


#1

When clicking the Aircraft Type (i.e AT72), can a picture be added so that us folks, who do not recognize all aircraft types, can know what an ATR-72 looks like?
Thanks


#2

You can go to dedicated picture sites such as jetphotos.net/ to find them. Best thing I thing would be to use Google and the terms “picture” and the aircraft name. When I tried this, the 1st or 2nd entries were always picutres. In fact, sometimes the pictures are shown right on the search page.

The best way to do this is to keep Flightaware in one window and open another window (or a tab for Firefox users) to look up the pictures.

As for your example, Perchalski, here’s an ATR-72 operated by Olympic Aviation: airliners.net/open.file/0112547/M/


#3

Thanks. I am aware of that site. I just thought it would be cool to have it “all in one” without having to go back and forth between websites. Guess I am lazy. :stuck_out_tongue:


#4

it has two wings and a body and some engines and flys faster than i can run.


#5

it has two wings and a body and some engines and flys faster than i can run.

Smart a$$.


#6

it has two wings and a body and some engines and flys faster than i can run

Not necessarily. It could have wings that go round-and-round, beating the air into submission.

It could also have a cape and two arms. Yes, even Superman must file IFR, although he is usually blocked from displaying on Flightaware.


#7

Not necessarily. It could have wings that go round-and-round, beating the air into submission.

It could also have a cape and two arms. Yes, even Superman must file IFR, although he is usually blocked from displaying on Flightaware.

Comedian smart a$$e$