All countries are now listed in the upload dropdown menu. When the photo has not been taken in or overflying a country, the entry "International Airspace" shall be chosen from the menu. And when you don't know where the photo was taken, "Unknown" can be used.
And now I'm waiting for the first photo from "French Southern and Antarctic Lands".
There are now four possibilities to list a location:
Off-Airport plus location name
The first three are the same as before, but the fourth one replaces the previous use of "In", "At", or "Over". When your picture has not been made at an airfield, heliport, or seaplane base, but e.g. at an off-airport exhibition, an off-airport museum, a helicopter off-heliport, etc., “Off-Airport“ should now be used, followed by space dash space and the appropriate name of the city, lake, sea, river, area, etc.
Off-Airport - Los Angeles
Off-Airport - Mont Blanc
Off-Airport - Pacific Ocean
Off-Airport - Lake Okeechobee
Off-Airport - Cochrane area
When you are photographing an overflying aircraft from an airport, but the aircraft doesn’t belong to the airfield traffic (e.g. a contrail) use “Off-Airport” too.
When you use the Photo Index at http://www.airliners.net/search/indexsearch.main you will see that all photos which have not been taken at airfields, heliports or seaplane bases, are now conveniently arranged together, and nicely set apart from the airfield photos.
The Country and Location Help items have been updated accordingly.
Chief Database Editor