Civil aircraft register
by Pascal BRUGIER
This network groups the civil registrations of a large number of countries.
Other countries will regularly join this network. Others will be updated.
Registers of these countries are stored in ZIP files, to help you gain
space and time at the time of loading : which is also important. Each page
is now divised in 5 columns for 5 differents items : i.e. from left to
- Aircraft type and - if any - the constructor's designation : this is
interesting as you may perfectly now what are a Goliath, a Simoun or a
Grob 102, and thoroughly ignore what are the farman 60, Caudron 635 or
- Production or constructor's number (numéro de série in
French, which is not the serial number !).
- All the registrations given to the peculiar aircraft before and after
the French registration printed in column n° 1. In this column, when
the previous or next registration is a serial number (military), it is
always followed by complementary information into brackets ; the ICAO's
code for the country, otherwise the French military operator concerned
; Armée de l'air (Fr.AF), éronautique navale (Fr.Navy), the
French government (Fr.Gvt), the French land army's light aviation (Alat),
or the French military aviation (Fr.Mil). In this column, the registration
may be followed by a digit into brackets when it was given succesivly to
several aircraft (the figure indicates the rank of attribution). For instance,
SV 4C n° 646 F-BDMP(1) means that F-BDMP was at first assigned to the
SV4C c/n 646, and later to another (or other) aircraft.
- A letter may be printed in the last column: R for scrapped, D for destroyed,
S for stocked and P for Preserved.
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© Pascal BRUGIER 1998-2005
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