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QF A380

Just a small correction to your A380 database. All the QF A380's are A380-842's not -841's

for confirmation see : http://www.casa.gov.au/casadata/regsearch/airsresults.asp?VHin=&framein=all&manuin=&modelin=A380&regholdin=&regopin=&serialin=&num_results=10&Search=Search

or the A380 production list on http://www.airlinerlist.com/

The Qantas ones have the RR Trent 972 engines which have a slightly higher takeoff thrust, SQ has the RR Trent 970 engines, hence the different designation.

cheers

Airvan00

Better to discuss at the article's talk page: Talk:A380 production list -Finlaycj 19:17, 17 December 2008 (UTC)

Hello, I found the A380 production list quit interesting and it proved to be quit reliable for the 2008-deliveries. But recently it became a little bit strange:

Column "Airlines": I understand that it would be intersting to see directly if A6-EDD is Emirates fourth A380 for example. But to add the number of the A380 in the column of the airline makes the table less cleary arranged as it looks like a footnote.

Column "Planned delivery" what means "by airline"? Obviously someone wanted to say "delivered to the airline" but "by airline"???

Number of A380s to be delivered in 2009: as well known, Airbus intends to deliver 18 A380s in 2009. This doesnt fit to the list, which indicates that more A380s will be delivered, e.g. it's sure that China Southern will not receive any A380 in 2009.

This were just some things I found and I wanted to let you know as I very much appreciate your work here. Best regards —Preceding unsigned comment added by Ultravoxreuniuon (talkcontribs)

  • Discuss article details at its talk page so it will get noticed by the editors working on that article. -Finlaycj 20:01, 26 January 2009 (UTC)

Comments left

Thanks for the comments. The only way that we can make this list better is with feedback. On the accuracy of the delivery, I will go through and try to sort out the deliveries. The list changes as facts are located, we try not to make changes until a source for the changes can be found. This list is a compilation from many published sources, so please use it for informational purposes only. We strive to make it as accurate as possible. The confusing part will be cleaned up as we get comments.

For future comments, use the discussion tab at the top of the lists page. It is easier to get to than this page.

Everton44

A380 production

Can somebody help to include photo of MSN002/Customer from the airbus ACJ photo/images library. zsjdf.

Icon A5

Recently I came across a amphibious Light Sport Aircraft called Icon A5. Could anyone create this page plz!

Yes! You can! Do it by just being bold and doing it! Tim Trent 10:17, 30 August 2009 (UTC)

Left Luggage

{{Documentation/docname}} seems not to work

And it's beyond me! All I did was drag a load of WP templates over. Hmmmm. Tim Trent 12:17, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

How do you mean it doesn't work? I looked at the WP version AND reimported it, and they look identical. BG7 15:34, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
Well, I imported {{Documentation}} and the docname thing was part of the chain. I suppose it could be cache, but the documemntation about documentation was not transcluding. I bet it is stuck in the job queue!
And I just checked. All works now. So I blame the job queue. Designed by a madman!
Tim Trent 16:10, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
Here, here! Since you posted on CraigTC (talk · contribs)'s talk page about it, i've been trying to visit lots of pages making minimal edits to clear it!
BG7 16:15, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
It clears in the end. It's just a pain! I placed a comment on the mediawiki talk page about it. Of course no-one actually cares because MW was designed by the terminally bewildered insofar as design was concerned. Allegedly. Tim Trent 16:19, 17 January 2008 (UTC)
Ah well - at least we now have some users (even if they do make that GFS job queue longer! (lol! :p) BG7 16:27, 17 January 2008 (UTC)

Server issues

We have an issue with our server which will be solved within 2 weeks. We apologise for oddities of service. Tim Trent 11:13, 23 May 2008 (UTC)

Any luck with this? Looks like a lot of recent edits were lost. -Finlaycj 23:19, 6 June 2008 (UTC)
I'm more than a little perturbed that edits were lost. The wiki software is designed not to lose a thing and we have not reverted to any backups. We are migrating currently. Tim Trent 22:43, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
Migration is complete. Not sure about the data loss you report. Can you be more specific, please? Tim Trent 23:33, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
  • The Recent changes only show for May 22 until now. Probably not a real problem, just seems odd. -Finlaycj 20:55, 9 June 2008 (UTC)
Bernd and I have stared at this at length and it makes no sense at all to us. But it IS MediaWiki software! Special:Logs is the most help and is not a lot of help. What we know for sure is that PostgreSQL kept the database intact even if there were problems, and we know that it reported no problems to our monitors.
We don't, unfortunately, have the syslogs form the old server (glad that is now history) so we can't tell at a deeper level iof anything went astray, but we just know it is intact.
We suspect that the old server failed to allow the editing transactions to "commit", thus aggravating you and us, but not ruining database integrity. Luckily that is now in the past.
Tim Trent 17:04, 17 June 2008 (UTC)
this diff shows that there appears to be no problem. Tim Trent 00:35, 18 June 2008 (UTC)

Positive changes

We are on a new server

We outgrew the previous one. Weird limits made our position there suddenly untenable. We know they annoyed our users, too. But that is history. Tim Trent 17:11, 17 June 2008 (UTC)

Logged in users no longer see adverts

We have found out how to suppress them for you when you are logged in. If you woudl like to see the adverts please log out and browse in that mode. Tim Trent 17:11, 17 June 2008 (UTC)

As you know the adverts support the server expenses, and we depend on them for our day to day running costs. But regular users "tune them out" and there is no point in even bothering to display them. The folks who click adverts are the casual users, not the core team. Tim Trent 17:11, 17 June 2008 (UTC)

We've moved the advert placement to unclutter the right hand margn and to make the adverts more attractive for the casual surfer to click. We have a substantially more costly (and powerful) server, and we need to offset the expenses somehow. We view this as non intrusive and attractive. Advert placement may move during the next few weeks as we test results. Tim Trent 17:11, 17 June 2008 (UTC)

Server environment

We have now migrated all SpottingWorld to a substantially faster web environment on the new server.

This ought to make life even easier.

Tim Trent 15:56, 22 June 2008 (UTC)

A380 production list

This is just to thank everybody for their contributions and tidying up the list. This list looks great at the moment and very up to date. Joe Fourie 22/02/2009

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