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Ryan h
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Spotters' Database

Sat Apr 29, 2006 7:38 pm

Does anyone out there use a database for aircraft they have seen?

Mine is a very simple home made one that I use for tracking what aircraft I have seen for the very first time.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v630/Ryanhothersall/database-screenshot.jpg

All the information it contains is aircraft, operator, location, date, rego, if I have flown on that particular aircraft or not and a link to the first photo I have uploaded to the internet.

Every so often I print the database out in a table format and put it in a folder.
South Australian Spotter www.ryanhothersall.net
 
alphafloor
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RE: Spotters' Database

Sat Apr 29, 2006 7:47 pm

Seen no. But fly yes, I've done it on MS Access, very simple as well, but contains all relevants informations related to all my flights (airlines, a/c, flight, regs, comments...). I'll post a print screen image later.

Regards,
Alejandro
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Lekky-Man
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RE: Spotters' Database

Sat Apr 29, 2006 11:44 pm

Yes I do.

Freebird Aviation Database.

Absolutely superb, and havn't found anything that comes close to it yet, for types, info, reports, or indeed being up to date.

Have a look here:

www.freebirddb.com

Cheers,

Paul.
 
brumgav
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RE: Spotters' Database

Sun Aug 18, 2013 10:14 pm

You could try this website...looks really good.

http://spottedplanes.co.uk

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