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    Default Hot photo question (737 MAX)

    Hello all,

    I have a question for the crew: are photos of 737 MAX aircraft stored (or being ferried to) in unusual locations during the grounding considered hot?

    Relevant part of upload guidelines:

    2.5 Hot Photo


    The following will be accepted as hot for 48 hours after the first photo got accepted:


    1. New aircraft type produced by a manufacturer. (including subtypes)
    2. New aircraft type / subtype for an airline or air force. (including roll-outs or test flights at the factory)
    3. First appearance of a new airline colour scheme. (incl. for all subtypes)
    4. First appearance of a special scheme for an airline or air force. Air force special scheme must be at least a full tail marking or similar size on the fuselage. (also for subtypes). Airline special scheme includes all alliance schemes such as Star Alliance, One World etc.
    5. Other Newsworthy events at the discretion of the screening team. (typical hand over ceremonies, promotion tours by new airliner types,..)
    6. photos of airliners with a registration not in the database will count as hot. (the 48h hours guideline will not apply to those)
    7. Please note that new routes are not considered as hot.
    Regards,

    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quebec Golf View Post
    Hello all,

    I have a question for the crew: are photos of 737 MAX aircraft stored (or being ferried to) in unusual locations during the grounding considered hot?

    Relevant part of upload guidelines:



    Regards,

    Alex
    No, not hot.

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