|Quoting boeing71234567 (Reply 2):|
Thanks a bunch, I am also trying to see the connection. My only problem with the list is that is was updated in November 30th, 2010, and that is accurate, but is the information listed there true? If I put some of these planes, like KEY188, KEY777, KEY268, KEY689, KEY700, and KEY800, they haven't flown in about a year. I also know that KEY700, or N700GB is no longer with Key Air, and has been replaced by N375WB. I can see some of the info is off, but it does look good, my only question is if it is up to snuff?
You've got to understand that the info in that list is mainly compiled by spotters with the rest coming from flight plans and SBS reports. Due to the amount of info it's impossible to check it every month to make sure it's still accurate as it would be way too time-consuming. Generally speaking, if I hear one which I see in his list was last reported over a year ago then I'll send him a quick email giving him the fresh details and he'll update it for the next edition, but I'm probably the only person that bothers.
It's not designed to be a definitive list of up-to-date biz operators and their current fleets, it's there to identify a registration when you hear a fixed callsign and for me and most other people it serves that purpose very well. If
you are looking for something more than this then all I can suggest to you is to start a list of your own!
ETA: Regarding your comment about Key Air, if you send Nigel an email he'll update the list. By the way, N375WB is not
current with Key Air.
[Edited 2011-01-09 03:57:29]