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  1. Leith
    Leith at |

    Nice job Seth!

    You could even make the tail number a link, which when you click it, would replace the value in the text box. Just an idea. 🙂

  2. ParanoiaTX
    ParanoiaTX at |

    Now, we just need browser support for a *modern* flight-tracking tool like OpenFlights… 😀

    Though no rush at all, I already used wandr.me/bts manually to grab all my tail numbers for which data exists. Amazing how incomplete the data is at times (I cross-checked the BTS site itself where things were missing to confirm it was actually missing at the source too.)

    Now all my older intl. flights are the ones with glaring tail number gaps. 🙁

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