ICAO Designators for Aircraft Operating Agencies, Aeronautical Authorities and Services. ICAO Doc , Designators for Aircraft Operating Agencies, Aeronautical Authorities and Services describes the use of, and lists, aircraft. Published quarterly by ICAO under the authority of the Secretary General of the , July CAO Doc , Designators for Aircraft Operating Agencies.
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Packaging and distribution of goods From what I can tell they’re the “same” airline, perhaps split off from the same company. Interestingly, British Airways seem to contradict the above rules with their seasonal “Santa” flights. From what I know, they have different ownership i.
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Post as a guest Name. Are airline ICAO codes unique? The fact that they have an Australian division does not mean that it is a separate aircraft operator, and thus no separate ICAO code can be assigned. Mechanical systems and components for general use Shipbuilding and marine structures Glass and ceramics industries Health care technology In your example, Tiger Airways Singapore only exists as a single airline in document Mining and minerals ICAO three-letter codes are always unique.
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Alert me in case of modifications on this product contact us. Log In Sign Up. I know about the callsign I listen to live ATC way too much often! Road vehicles engineering I thought that the ICAO codes are meant to be unique from one airline to another, not the other way around.
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