Contents - Int'l civil markings was complete up to 2008 issue.
As of issue 2009, a few markings are omitted. The list contains only those markings, which have at least one entry in Section 1 - Fleetlists AND CONTAINS ONE MARKING PER COUNTRY ONLY.
If a young, first time user sees real aircraft XC- registered, how can be sure, that it is from Mexico, if no marking XC- is mentioned on the last "jp" page !? Me, very experienced spotter, I had a problem to identify VQ-B marking seen on Russian aircraft - this year !!!
Return, please, to good tradition of showing ALL markings, like:
XA/XB/XC = Mexico, PP/PR/PT = Brazil and add those introduced during last years, like:
B-H/ B-K/ B-L = Hong Kong
VP-B / VQ-B = Bermuda.
In the lower part of the page, add, please, a list of ALL OTHER CIVIL AIRCRAFT MARKINGS, or BETTER show them directly in the main list, where instead of a page there will be "N.E." remark.
Remark to be explained below:
"N.E. = no entry in the main section, as there are no licenced commercial air operators in this country."
(As of 2009 issue, information concerning individual countries in general was omitted /Capital, official language, Acting political head etc./. This move is RIGHT one, as "jpAirlineFleets" is a book of civil aviation, not a book on geography, politics etc.).