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Abbreviations, info, parkingspots and runway info

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On request.
Normally these are the ones you find in most of the messages(at least in the Amsterdam-Schiphol part):

STA: Scheduled Time Arrival (like the times mentioned in the timetable)
STD: Scheduled Time Departure (like the times mentioned in the timetable)
ETA: Estimated Time Arrival (this time is more close to the real arrival time, better then STA)
ETD: Estimated Time Departure (normally they change the STD into ETD when the aircraft arrives late or due to TEC reasons)
ATA: Actuall Time Arrival
ATD: Actuall Time Departure
TEC: Technical Reasons
CRR: Crew Reasons
ATC: Air Traffic Control
a/w: all white
n/t: no titles
arr: arrive/arrived
DIV: Diverted
DLT: Delayed
san or canx: Cancelled
DLI: Indefinite Delayed
c/s: call-sign
rw: runway

or the airport of arrival and departures ICAO/IATA codes please check:
http://www.scramble.nl/icao.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

for the airline codes please check:
http://www.airlinecodes.co.uk/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

this is just a beginning, pls feel free to add more or ask if something is not clear

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c/s can also be used for Colour Scheme

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gatso76 wrote:for the airport of arrival and departures ICAO codes please check:
http://www.scramble.nl/icao.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
:dunce: Plus many IATA (3 letter) location codes as well!
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LT stands for Local Time

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More on request:

Amsterdam-Schiphol apron map (credit Erik S.):

http://www.keymountain.nl/EHAMpb.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Amsterdam-Schiphol actual runway info (credit via Aircolours):

arrival:

http://www.at5.nl/pages/p188-2.png?r=04 ... 0c71673ccc" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

departure:

http://www.at5.nl/pages/p188-1.png?r=e4 ... 6b656231bf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Post by jfaltena »

Vanaf vandaag publiceert de LVNL site de actuele banen op Schiphol in gebruik. Ook histories baan gebruik en prognoses kun je hier vinden.

http://www.luchtverkeersleiding.nl

credits: Mzunguwamap
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Re: Abbreviations, info, parkingspots and runway info

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EBA Estimate Block Arrival
EBD Estimate Block Departure

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(taxi) banenstelsel

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Morning,

Er zijn ook nog mooie tekeningen van banenstelsel en taxibanen, inclusief de nieuwe taxibaan om de noord.

Iemand meer info ???

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http://www.ais-netherlands.nl" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; dan naar AIS publications.....VFG pakket aanklikken en er gaat een wereld voor je open :wink:
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AOP = Aircraft On Pier

REG = Registration

AOG = Aircraft On Ground (due to TEC, see above)

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James wrote:www.ais-netherlands.nl dan naar AIS publications.....VFG pakket aanklikken en er gaat een wereld voor je open :wink:
VERY usefull..

But..

is there an wiorldwide database which has the same info?

I pprinted out a runway layout last week of Schiphol, but would like to know if there is one for most major airports in the world.

TIA for any help.

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Harald wrote: is there an wiorldwide database which has the same info?
As far as i know, there's no such thing on the (public) web.

What i do, when looking for maps, is a search on Google.com

That might take some time, but will give some results.

Another option, is to download and install Google Earth. Run the program and print satelite images.

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J-ramp info

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Hiya,

Sommige van jullie zullen hebben opgemerkt dat er al enige tijd werkzaamheden zijn op / rond het J-platform.

Voor degene die geen idee heeft waar dit over gaat. Het J-platform is het eerste platform wat je passeerd aan de rechterkant als je van Amsterdam naar Den Haag over de A4 rijdt.

Ik heb geen idee of de volgende thumbnails 'legaal' zijn, anders post ik wel wat links. Het laat de gefaseerde ingebruikname zien van het 'vernieuwde' J-Platform:

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Vragen staat vrij, doe m'n best om ze te beantwoorden... ;)

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Komt er ook een terminal? of is het alleen om vliegtuigen tijdelijk neer te zetten? zoals Surinam er vaak op zondag staat en wat NWA en KLM kisten

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FlyTheWorld wrote:Komt er ook een terminal? of is het alleen om vliegtuigen tijdelijk neer te zetten? zoals Surinam er vaak op zondag staat en wat NWA en KLM kisten
Mij is verteld dat er vliegtuigen kunnen worden afgehandeld. Pax gaan dan met de bus naar de terminal.

Ik denk dat er primair vliegtuigen worden geparkeerd en in geval van 'nood' ook wordt afgehandeld.

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