Expressjet "acey" showing up as LJ35's


#1

flightaware.com/live/flight/ASQ4 … /KEWR/KORF

Data shows it as Lear 35, yet map shows it as an E145. About 10 Acey flights in air right now showing up as Lear 35’s.

What’s up?


#2

Cutting expenses?
Thats a joke son.
Not that I think they are really flying Lear 35’s, you see errors like this from time to time.


#3

That’s quite strange, the airline changed the reported aircraft type from ERJ to LRJ.


#4

By which I assume they mean E145(LR).


#5

you can thank ASA for changing the type, it was LRJ for the longest time but since the merger begin year and a half or so ago it has been chaos… Not surprised by the mess up with LJ35 since we started to fly the 135’s again.


#6

Is there any way to create a filter for Acey flights which prevents them from showing up as LearJets?


#7

Aren’t they supposed to file the flight plans using the ICAO approved aircraft type?


#8

The flightplan is correct according to ICAO codes.

This schedule data is coming from a direct feed from Expressjet where they use internal codes.


#9

So no other way to filter out ASQ from LJ35s?

JetChaser


#10

This problem still hasn’t been fixed. :confused:


#11

Ditto! Still showing LRJ’s!


#12

Hmmm…

I am not seeing it anymore:

flightaware.com/live/aircrafttype/LJ35


#13

flightaware.com/live/aircrafttype/LRJ

There they are!


#14

Still not fixed… what’s up with this? :question: