More on overseas tracking

Cool, I’m sitting here at the lovely Stansted airport hotel and keeping track of the comings and goings. I’ve noticed the aircraft type is missing on 99% of flights. You could put B738 and be right 90% of the time! Ryanair overnights about 40 aircraft here.
Also I looked up paradise, OEJN, (thats a joke) and I see the time zone is using UCT instead of local AST. Most of the Arabian Peninsula is GMT +3, the Emirates and Aden are +4. No daylight savings for most of the countries in that part of the region either, Egypt, Israel and Lebanon being the exceptions that I can think of. Anyhoo, when you get around to updating the time zone’s for the European airports if you could do it for the Middle East too it would be nice.

John in Saudi