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Spotting Web Sites
Spotting Mail Lists
Explaining how international aircraft registration numbers work in terms
of country prefixes, which are listed both with country codes and
countries in alphabetical order. Include history and news snippets about
aviation, airlines and aircraft.
Aeronautics An aviation spotter site with a
goal to show you some spotter photos and give additional information
about aviation and its history.
Planespotting in South Africa with information about South African
airports, maps, photos and thousands of links to airports and airlines
Aircraftrecognition A site
about aircraft recognition with fact sheets, pictures, links, aircraft
quizzes, forum, and more. Primarily in Danish, but with a growing
Aircraft Registration Codes / Tail Numbers by Country
Airport & Airfields Spotting Info
This site is designed for the aviation enthusiast and lists details from
airfields and airports all over the world.
The Aviation Enthusiasts and Spotters Webring
This Webring is for Webmasters of web pages related to spotters and
aviation enthusiasts to provide a means to link together all the various
AviationPhotos This site has a
nice gallery of commercial airliner photos. Image wallpaper is
available and color prints are available for sale.
Aviation The aim of this site is to provide a
colourful collection of aviation images from the Channel Islands and to
promote all aspects of aviation within the Channel Islands with a
special emphasis on Guernsey.
Eagle-Eyed Observers of YVR
Official homepage of an aviation spotting club in Vancouver, Canada.
Gloucestershire Airport - A view from the Car Park
Spotting, airport development information, links.
The Andy Hutchings Web Site
Aviation theme site includes Air NORTH, a British aviation society with
a aircraft spotting and historical themes.
Jetspotter.com A website displaying aviation
photographs from Brisbane and Australia taken by the webmaster and
Pedro Becken's Homepage Plane
spotting at Porto International Airport, Portugal.
Planespotter.org Offers photos of airplanes,
airport information, airline and aircraft details, forums, and much more
for plane spotters and aviation enthusiasts around the globe.
The PlaneSpotting Zone Dedicated to
planespotting and civil aviation: photo gallery, IATA and ICAO codes,
Scramble Home of the Dutch Aviation Society,
for the civil and military aviation enthusiast: the monthly magazine
"Scramble," spotter conventions, bus and air trips for aviation
enthusiasts, airshow information, airfield information for European
spotters, Dutch civil aircraft register.
Socal Approach Plane spotting,
airport watching, Air Traffic Control, flight simulation.
firstname.lastname@example.org Database of Aviation World
Records open to spotters by the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale,
the world governing body for air sports. Access to information on the
latest aircraft, gliders and helicopters used to set records. The
database can also be queried to check if aircraft you have spotted in
the past have been used to set records.
Steven's Airport Movement Pages (Heathrow)
Movements, archives, photos, registers, frequencies, links.
Teejee'sPage Many nice photographs by this
MachThree-Spotters Body: subscribe MachThree-spotters. For
providing and obtaining information about the movements of aircraft, so
that registrations, C/Ns and schedules etc. may be exchanged. Although
Europe based, Worldwide contributions are welcomed. This list is
primarily concerned with the movements of civilian aircraft, although
military movements at what are usually civilian only airports should not
be excluded from reports.
Send Email to
Subject and Body not required. A mailing list for military spotters
Touchdown-News The aim of this
eGroup is to provide a low-volume e-mail news service and archive of
military aircraft movements of interest to European-based spotters. The
intent is to provide a daily log of movements for RAF Mildenhall and RAF
Lakenheath plus regular updates of interesting military movements and
deployments to other airfields in the UK and Europe. A secondary intent
is to provide an archive for the military aircraft serial logs gathered
on various Touchdown sorties throughout the World since 1992.