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  • Originally posted by ErwinS View Post
    not needed.

    Ok, I understand that if it is not necessary, it falls into military category.
    Thanks Erwin!

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    • Originally posted by MartinezRoe7 View Post
      Ok, I understand that if it is not necessary, it falls into military category.
      Thanks Erwin!
      Indeed military genre.
      “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
        Indeed military genre.
        Many Thanks, Erwin

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        • Hi all,

          Can you please advise whether Dassault Falcon 2000S and Gulfstream G650 are both belongs to the Business Jets category?
          Thanks

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          • Originally posted by oleksandr_sm View Post
            Hi all,

            Can you please advise whether Dassault Falcon 2000S and Gulfstream G650 are both belongs to the Business Jets category?
            Thanks
            Yes they do
            “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
              Yes they do
              Thank you, ErwinS

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              • Some months ago, I uploaded a photo of a ULM replica of a P-51 Mustang as "Warbird", but it was rejected for "Bad info" with the screener saying that it did not apply for "Warbird" category.
                The airplane in question was a Loehle 5151 Mustang, registration I-5151: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/I-5151

                Some days ago I uploaded photos of WW1 ULM replicas flown by Pterodactyl Flight at Poznan Air Show 2018. Remembering my previous rejection, I did not upload them as "Warbird", explaining my motives in the screener comments.

                However, today I discovered that upload guidelines say:
                Warbird / Vintage
                This category is to be selected for old planes (anything that was not built after 1970, or where the production started before 1970), planes that are no longer in regular service and planes in museums. Also, replicas of vintage aircraft need the "vintage" category.
                Now I'm a bit confused... does this mean that only replicas which are visibly scaled down (as in the case of the Loehle Mustang and the other WW1 replicas I have in the queue) do not need the "Warbird" category, while full-scale replicas do?

                To help you, the other replicas I'm referring to are:
                OK-HUP02: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-HUP02
                OK-HUI04: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-HUI04
                OK-UAA90: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-UAA90
                OK-TAV58: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-TAV58

                Thank you very much

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                • Originally posted by Dysko View Post
                  Some months ago, I uploaded a photo of a ULM replica of a P-51 Mustang as "Warbird", but it was rejected for "Bad info" with the screener saying that it did not apply for "Warbird" category.
                  The airplane in question was a Loehle 5151 Mustang, registration I-5151: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/I-5151

                  Some days ago I uploaded photos of WW1 ULM replicas flown by Pterodactyl Flight at Poznan Air Show 2018. Remembering my previous rejection, I did not upload them as "Warbird", explaining my motives in the screener comments.

                  However, today I discovered that upload guidelines say:


                  Now I'm a bit confused... does this mean that only replicas which are visibly scaled down (as in the case of the Loehle Mustang and the other WW1 replicas I have in the queue) do not need the "Warbird" category, while full-scale replicas do?

                  To help you, the other replicas I'm referring to are:
                  OK-HUP02: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-HUP02
                  OK-HUI04: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-HUI04
                  OK-UAA90: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-UAA90
                  OK-TAV58: https://www.jetphotos.com/registration/OK-TAV58

                  Thank you very much
                  Correct. A full scale replica is indeed still a warbird/vintage. Scalled down not since the are completly new aircraft and just look a likes of historic aircraft.
                  “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
                    Correct. A full scale replica is indeed still a warbird/vintage. Scalled down not since the are completly new aircraft and just look a likes of historic aircraft.
                    Perfect, got it! Thank you very much, Erwin!

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                    • Is Bombardier Learjet 36A only a Business Jet?
                      https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7276304

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                      • Yes but you probably missed night shot category

                        Regards
                        Alex

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                        • Thank you

                          Regards,
                          Arkady

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                          • Originally posted by ArkadyAP View Post
                            Is Bombardier Learjet 36A only a Business Jet?
                            https://www.jetphotos.com/viewqueued_b.php?id=7276304
                            Yes only bizjet
                            “The only time you have too much fuel is when you’re on fire.”

                            Erwin

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                            • Is the Beechcraft Musketeer a Vintage or just a Small Prop?

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                              • Southwest Airlines' gold colored Herbert D. Kelleher 737 N711HK - would that be considered a special color scheme?
                                View my photos at JP.Net
                                Home Airport: Jackson - Evers Int'l (JAN) - Jackson, MS
                                Camera: Canon 50D, 100-400L/17-85 lenses

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