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« on: September 02, 2019, 10:59:39 PM »
Flight plans for Summer 2019
« Last Edit: September 03, 2019, 07:03:51 PM by charlymorton »

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MHS Aviation
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Re: MHS Aviation
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2019, 07:04:10 PM »
Flight plans updated.

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Re: MHS Aviation
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2020, 10:38:56 PM »
Flight plans for Winter 2019/20

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Re: MHS Aviation
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2021, 11:36:25 PM »
Flight plans for Winter 2020-21.

Sample Period: 11-Jan-2021 to 14-Feb-2021
The flight plan is for the following aircraft:
Bombardier Global Express 6000 DJC MHS Aviation MHV D-ACCF
Gulfstream V HTAI MHS Aviation MHV OE-ICQ
Bombardier Challenger 6013R JBAI MHS Aviation MHV D-AEOM
Bombardier Challenger 6013R JBAI MHS Aviation MHV D-ANGB
Bombardier Challenger 6013R JBAI MHS Aviation MHV D-ANTR
Dassault Falcon 2000W RFAI MHS Aviation MHV D-BAHB
Dassault Falcon 2000W RFAI MHS Aviation MHV OE-HMR
Embraer Legacy 600 PAI MHS Aviation MHV D-BGFN
Learjet 45 JBAI MHS Aviation MHV D-CNMB

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Re: MHS Aviation
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Re: MHS Aviation
« Reply #4 on: July 20, 2021, 04:37:53 PM »
Thank you for directing me to the liveries!

I'm experimenting with a new flightplan generator that makes "random" plans, but which gives me a lot of options for favoring some destinations over others and have just made a large group for MHS and will look at Air Hamburg shortly. The list of aircraft I have includes some other airframes.

AC#1,487,"AI Bombardier Global Express MHS Aviation D-AAHB"
AC#2,487,"AI Bombardier Global Express XRS MHS Aviation D-ACCF"
AC#3,460,"AI Gulfstream G550 MHS Aviation T7-XXX"
AC#4,460,"AI Gulfstream G550 MHS Aviation OE-ICQ"
AC#5,460,"AI Dassault Falcon 2000LX MHS Aviation D-BAHB"
AC#6,460,"AI Dassault Falcon 2000LX MHS Aviation OE-HMR"
AC#7,459,"AI Challenger 604 MHS Aviation D-AEOM"
AC#8,459,"AI Challenger 604 MHS Aviation D-ANGB"
AC#9,459,"AI Challenger 604 MHS Aviation D-ANTR"
AC#10,459,"AI Challenger 300 MHS Aviation D-BTLT"
AC#11,445,"AI Learjet 45 MHS Aviation D-CNMB"

and while the 4 liveries we have overlap completely, the lists we have diverge in some places, such as T7-XXX. What is the general opinion about the various sources for fleet data? And are both lists right, just missing different aircraft?
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Re: MHS Aviation
« Reply #5 on: July 21, 2021, 11:12:40 PM »
The source data I use to assign aircraft to operators varies from region to region.
For European countries, I use Eurocontrol, apart from countries which are not covered such as Portugal, Ireland, Iceland and Norway.
For aircraft which are not listed in the Eurocontrol list, I use scramble or national registers where possible.
If an aircraft flies with a call sign it will be assigned to that operator regardless of which operator any other sources state.

I tend not to use the operators own fleet data as they are often outdated from experience.
As an example with MHS Aviation, D-BTLT went to Canada in June and is now C-FGCV, operating for Chartright. It is still listed on MHS's website.

If an aircraft doesn't fly in the sample period, it's not included, such as D-AAHB.
No tracking is available for T7-XXX. I believe this is Gulfstream G550 c/n 5624, which is yet to get its new registration and as of last week was flying with N524GA.
I'm not certain this aircraft will get T7-XXX and that this is juts a placeholder on MHS's website.

To get an overview over current aircraft, I recommend using laasdata.com. To get an overview over current operators requires a lot of research and some guesswork.