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    Earlier today i got this (https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=10632191) rejected for bad info airline. The screener commented with this link (https://www.jetphotos.com/airline/CA...tion%20Academy) but the data i used was already in database and matches with CASA database (https://www.casa.gov.au/search-centr...t-register/khe) so I think the info is correct. If not, how do i distinguish between the two airlines for future uploads?

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    As you can see on the aircraft, that academy is taken over by CAE. So the screener os right. Autofill is a help, but you need to check the data yourself also.
    “The only time you have too much fuel is when you’re on fire.”

    Erwin

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      Originally posted by ErwinS View Post
      As you can see on the aircraft, that academy is taken over by CAE. So the screener os right. Autofill is a help, but you need to check the data yourself also.
      I understand. But it's a bit confusing as most Oxford planes (even those with CAE markings) are uploaded under the airline name of Oxford Aviation Academy (Australia). Plus most people will go for that as its written like that on CASA website. I think local civil aviation authority data should be the most accurate one (especially in a country like Australia where it is updated regularly).

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ak13photography View Post

        I understand. But it's a bit confusing as most Oxford planes (even those with CAE markings) are uploaded under the airline name of Oxford Aviation Academy (Australia). Plus most people will go for that as its written like that on CASA website. I think local civil aviation authority data should be the most accurate one (especially in a country like Australia where it is updated regularly).
        Then I will correct the incorrect entries. Thanls for pointing that out.
        “The only time you have too much fuel is when you’re on fire.”

        Erwin

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