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Stats, Fleet Status, Route Enquiry and Type Ratings

Post by MALTBY D » 01 Jul 2006, 01:12

Here's some information pages for the CBFS VA. All sorts of data in all sorts of combinations.
The data runs from 15th May 2006 - the first day flying as Classic British Flight Services.

VA Home Page

Statistics

Fleet Status

Routes

Training Flights

Type Ratings

Pilots

Awards

All the pages are linked by menus, so you can navigate between them all.

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Post by TSR2 » 01 Jul 2006, 01:22

Brilliant stuff DM! :smile:

Thanks for this!
Ben.:tunes:

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Post by Avant-Garde-Aclue » 01 Jul 2006, 01:27

Er, I guess you could call that pretty comprehensive. Many thanks.

Regards and salutations

Sean

david balmer

Post by david balmer » 01 Jul 2006, 02:05

:shock: better keep this page from the other half, she will kill me.
ERM! yes dear i've done the garden and taken the dog for a walk and,and erm! i'll just go for a flight.
great stat's and good to see who has done what and where there is room for improvement for me. i've said this from the start, fs9 has now got some meaning for it, before punching holes in the sky for nothing and getting very stale.
should we not start our own monthly awards, top three and the golden turkey award for the one management thinks it should go to. :lol: keep up the good work chaps. the drinks are on john.

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Post by robbie » 01 Jul 2006, 04:21

DM,
Very interesting reading, haven't we been a busy lot?.

Mr Balmer,
I bet you can't get away with that in winter, "she who will be obeyed" is bound to notice you didn't shovel the snow!. :tuttut: :lol:
Robbie.

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Post by Chris Trott » 01 Jul 2006, 14:48

Hey Dave, can you add a stat that tracks total time and cycles (1 landing, 1 takeoff) on each airframe? I want to gather this information as part of giving information to Konny on how to setup the maintenance system based on hours of flight and cycles and this data will be perfect.

Great work, very interesting to see what we're really doing.

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Post by MALTBY D » 01 Jul 2006, 15:10

Chris, unless I misunderstand, that data is already in the stats under 'Individual Aircraft'.
That section has Aircraft Type, Reg, total hours, no of flights (1 takeoff, 1 landing)

Or do you just want a simpler table on it's own to give Konny?
Along the lines of
Aircraft Type, Aircraft Reg, Hours, Flights

Let me know & I'm sure it will be no problem.
Off to watch the football now.

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Post by blanston12 » 01 Jul 2006, 16:00

Dave, great info. How did you compute the Adjusted Rating Score?
Joe Cusick,

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Post by RAF_Quantum » 01 Jul 2006, 17:22

Hi Dave,

Absolutely fantastic work. You've done such a brilliant job that I am humbled to even ask for an addition, but it would be nice to have a total passengers and freight carried if thats at all possible.

Many thanks and regards

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Post by RAF_Quantum » 01 Jul 2006, 23:20

Hi Dave,

That was quick. Looks great and nice to keep track of what we're carrying. Are these pages going to be archived or is it a 'save it while we can' page?

Many thanks indeed

Rgds

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