I suggested in a previous thread that
"it would be helpful, certainly to newcomers, to have a file somewhere on Airliners containing the net addresses of information databases such as G-INFO, Scramble, the FAA register, etc? My favourites are filled with them but it has taken many months to assemble them. Such a list would surely lead to greater accuracy in uploads and less work and frustration for all.”
Bearing in mind that my interests have up to now been with light and military aircraft, these have been my most used web sites. I feel sure there must be many more and would personally be interested in adding to my list. Should Airliners be interested in adopting such a list, some editing of the descriptions would be preferable.
Joe Baughers serial No list for US forces aircraft.
GINFO, database listings for all aircraft registered in the UK with the CAA.
Pascal Brugiers “Civil Aircraft Register of the World.” Probably the most complete listing on the net for civil aircraft, particularly useful for tracing older a/c.
Production lists for Airbus, Boeing, Convair & Douglas.
Aircraft serials and codes for the worlds air forces. Lacks c/n’s for many older aircraft.
A source of data on manufacturers and aircraft.
Database listings for all aircraft registered in the US with the FAA.
Another source of N-Registrations (US Reg.)
Contains French & German civil registers
Worldwide overview of complete (historical) civil rotorcraft registers (Autogiro, Helicopter and Tiltrotor)
Unofficial web of the Spanish Register of Civil Aircraft.
Civil aircraft online registers
An aviation links website.
Aircraft in UK museums.
Australia’s official civil aircraft register.
New Zealand’s official civil aircraft register.