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Nie, kód BTL nepatrí Bratislave. Ovládate skratky letísk v Európe a vo svete? (Späť na článok)

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9/10. Battle Creek bol chytak. Ostatne boli jednoduche.
 

 

*** Po opakovanom hrubom porušení Kódexu diskutujúceho boli zmazané všetky diskusné príspevky tohto autora.
 
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ICAO nie ICEO
 
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tak prve som si tipol (spravne-50/50 sanca bola) ale ostatne v pohode.
 
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Kódy letísk v Kanade

Zaujímavý by bol takýto test s letiskami v Kanade. :) To by som chcel vidieť toho marchra, čo by to dal na plný počet.
 

 

pokiaľ by z trojice možností len jedna začínala na Y, dalo by sa to uhrať
 

 

myslim su,ze wildcat a jano nwa flyer by to dali))))
 

 

No moment, ja som nedal ani tento test :) Pomylil sa v orvej otazke. Nezvladol som to 50:50 tipovanie (kedze bolo jasne ze Bratislava to nie je) a to male, polovojenske letisko kdesi v Michigane nepoznam.
Co sa tyka kanadskych letisk, IATA kody vsetkych co maju meteorologicku stanicu zacinaju na Y. No v mnohych pripadoch zvysok dava zmysel. Napriklad YVR je VancouveR. Alebo YWG je WinnipeG. Dokazem pochopit aj YQB (QueBec City) alebo YHM (HaMilton). Ale ze preco je Malton, znamy ako Toronto Pearson YYZ alebo ze preco je Dorval (Montreal PE Trudeau) YUL, nepochopim nikdy.
Dalsia vec ktoru nechapem su europske ICAO kody. V Kanade sa jednoducho pridava C k IATA kodu. YYZ->CYYZ. Ale v Europe je to uplne inak. Frankfurt FRA->EDDF. Kosice KSC->LZKZ. Bratislava BTS->LZIB. Preco to je tak?
 

 

to ani boh netusi,ja som sa kody v kazdom pripade naucil cumenim na flightradar)))
 

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Wikipedia to the rescue :)

The International Civil Aviation Organization was formed in 1947 under the auspices of the United Nations, and it established Flight Information Regions (FIRs) for controlling air traffic and making airport identification simple and clear.

Code selections in North America were based on existing radio station identifiers. For example, radio stations in Canada were already starting with "C", so it seemed logical to begin Canadian airport identifiers with a C (Cxxx). The United States had many pre-existing airports with established mnemonic codes. Their ICAO codes were formed simply by prepending a K to the existing codes, as half the radio station identifiers in the US began with K. Most ICAO codes outside the US and Canada have a stronger geographical structure.

Most of the rest of the world was classified in a more planned top-down manner. Thus Uxxx referred to the Soviet Union with the second letter denoting the specific region within it, and so forth. Europe had too many locations for only one starting letter, so it was split into Exxx for northern Europe and Lxxx for southern Europe. The second letter was more specific: EGxx was the United Kingdom (G for Great Britain), EDxx was West Germany (D for Deutschland), ETxx was East Germany (the ETxx code was reassigned to military fields after the reunification), LExx was Spain (E for España), LAxx was Albania, and so on. France was designated LFxx, as the counterpart EFxx was the unambiguously northern Finland. (originally OFxx, as the more rigid geographical structure evolved over time; in the beginning, countries usually had "blocks" of codes; for example, Finland still has the country identifier OH- in its aircraft registrations).
 
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...ale ze Prahu som nedal ...? A letel som tade... :-)
 


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