Out now, order your copy now JP airline fleets 2011/12
The latest edition provides full details of more than 60,000 aircraft and some 6,000 commercial and government operators worldwide. There is a wealth of data on each aircraft down to individual registration/serial number.
Also new for this year are Hexcodes for individual aircraft, this will replace the Selcal field.
Available in print, CD and print/CD combination.
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As well as the 800-page print directory, the information is also available as a PDF on CD or as a regular data feed for business users:
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Flightglobal’s World Air Forces directory uses abridged numerical information sourced from it’s MiliCAS and HeliCAS databases. Published as premium products, these provide subscribers with detailed fleet information on military aircraft types, in the majority of cases down to serial number detail. Fleet entries are split into the following categories:
ACTIVE: Aircraft in day-to-day use. For Soviet-era types where only summary information is available, this also includes some non-operational platforms.
ORDERED: Aircraft under firm contract or the subject of formal purchase agreements. This category also includes some orders which have yet to be confirmed with these marked by an asterisk.