New Link to FAA Type Code List


#1

For those of us who like to track flights by aircraft type code here is the new link.

faa.gov/airports_airtraffic/ … capda.html

The FAA in their infinite wisdom decided to make the new link about twice as long and of course they couldn’t just re-route me to the new link from the old one. I had to spend the better part of two hrs to dig the new link out :unamused: …our tax $$ at work :slight_smile:

5/14/07: Fixed the link.


#2

Your link doesn’t work. :wink:

You can look up aircraft types at flightaware.com/live/aircrafttype/ assuming at least one aircraft of that type is in the air.


#3

Link doesn’t work. Why not just go to faa.gov/airports_airtraffic/ … lications/ and select the version (PDF or HTML) of the Contractions handbook that youlike?


#4

…and, as reported elsewhere, to add to one of those publications, a new register has just been created in Europe with a new prefix, M- for the Isle of Man (where you ask?) Probably to be used on a tax concession basis like the VP-C and VP-B registers.
See
gov.im/dti/Aircraft/

So FA, what process needs to take place to get these tracked?

IN (UK)


#5

Ah well…missed a “-” in the link :blush: Let’s try again.

faa.gov/airports_airtraffic/ … capda.html

And thanks for those other links!