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Mon Jan 30, 2017 8:21 am

How can upload Coanda 1910 reply ? In data base no found aircraft tipe. How can add new model aircraft in a new guid upload picture ? And another question, how upload a airport/runway picture ? Thanks !!
 
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Re: Upload pictures

Mon Jan 30, 2017 8:59 am

Catalin81 wrote:
How can upload Coanda 1910 reply ? In data base no found aircraft tipe. How can add new model aircraft in a new guid upload picture ?

Follow the steps listed below on the upload form:

> Upload photo
> Select watermark (optional)
> Enter registration
> Enter airport
> Press "autocomplete" and pick the correct airport from the list. If the airport is not listed, you can manually select it later in the form
> Is this photo of an aircraft --> tick yes
> Aircraft manufacturer filter enabled --> tick no
> Generic type --> click "new entry" on the right side below the field --> write "Coandă"
> Basic type --> click "new entry" on the right side below the field --> write "Coandă-1910"
> Version --> click "new entry" on the right side below the field --> write "Coandă-1910"
> Builder- -> not applicable, leave this field empty
> Airline --> Untitled
> MSN --> type the c/n
> Reg. --> make sure the registration is filled in
> Location --> make sure the location is correctly filled in
> Date --> enter the correct date
> Categories --> Single Engine Prop, Private, Normal/other paint, Normal/Other, First built (probably?)
> Write caption (optional)
> Please mark the photo for priority screening, as it will be a new type/reg. for the database.


Catalin81 wrote:
how upload a airport/runway picture ?

> Upload photo
> Select watermark (optional)
> Do not list a registration
> Enter airport
> Press "autocomplete" and pick the correct airport from the list
> Is this photo of an aircraft --> tick no
> Location --> make sure the location is correctly filled in
> Date --> enter the correct date
> Categories --> Airliner/other, Airline/other, Normal/other paint, Normal/Other, Airport Overview
> Write caption (optional)


Please let me know if you need some additional help.
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Re: Upload pictures

Mon Jan 30, 2017 10:35 am

First question. This aircraft Coanda 1910 no have registration and serial number, is a copy 1/1
 
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 11:01 am

Oh, in that case the aircraft generic type and version should be "Coandă-1910 (Replica)". You can just leave the reg. and serial field empty. Please make a note to the screeners that the aircraft does not have a reg. and c/n.

Edit: Could you please pull the current photo from your queue and re-upload with the above values? I also just noticed that it's not a prop aircraft, so single engine prop should not be ticked as a category.
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 12:53 pm

Done. I have other two replica plane 1/1 Vuia Nr. 1 and Vlaicu two
 
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 3:49 pm

I've just added the Coandă. You listed the aircraft as Unknown (should be Untitled) and the aircraft as 1910-Coandă (Replica), which should've been Coandă-1910 (Replica). I've submitted the necessary corrections for the photo, so you don't have to do anything. But next time please remember, thanks :)
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 4:48 pm

Thanks. Im send picture with Vuia 1 now. :) You can add more space in description ? The Vuia 1 story i a little long. Please.
 
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 4:57 pm

I can try. What is the full text?
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 6:02 pm

This is a full text.

On July 1, 1902, he arrived in Paris, bringing in his luggage an original project "airplane-car", designed as a college student, and related model, made during the last twelve months. In the winter of 1902/1903, Vuia begin construction unit, perfecting until the minimum details that the original plans had worked the year before in Lugoj. It strikes again financial problems, but manages to overcome, helped by his mentor Coriolan Brediceanu. In the fall of 1904 and begin to build an engine, all personal invention. In 1904 he obtained a patent for this invention in the UK. The entire mechanical part is finished in February 1905. The unit is ready in December, after being mounted engine, and is called Vuia I, nicknamed bat, because of its shape. It has provided a total weight of 250 kg, a supporting surface of 14 m² and a 20 hp engine. The first experiments started in 1905 as a car with wings removed to gain experience in handling it.On March 18, 1906 at Montesson, near Paris, the device Vuia I flew for the first time. After an acceleration over a distance of 50 meters, the unit was raised to a height of almost one meter, a distance of 12 m, then the propeller blades were stopped and the plane landed.
 
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 6:22 pm

Added, plus your extremely large caption. Please note that this is an exception I made and it will not always be granted.

Also some other pointers;
- You forgot the airline again (I've submitted a correction for that).
- I corrected the aircraft to Vuia I, not VUIA 1.
- These are not preserved aircraft if they are replicas. Is the Vuia a replica as well?
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Mon Jan 30, 2017 6:23 pm

Thanks for add all history. I'm glad for that, because without this brief history would not have made sense to ask simple imageIm upload the last reply 1/1 A. Vlaicu II with a little history again. All description is this, or choose the text that seems interesting for you

The construction of A. Vlaicu Nr. II was started in December 1910 at the Școala de Arte și Meserii (Arts and Crafts School) in Bucharest, on a budget of 16.000 lei. It was an improved version of Vlaicu's earlier airplane, the A. Vlaicu Nr. I.
The A. Vlaicu Nr. II first flew in April 1911 on Cotroceni airfield in Bucharest.
Between 23 and 30 June 1912 Vlaicu flew the A. Vlaicu Nr. II at the Die Internationale Flugwoche at Aspern near Vienna, competing against 42 other aviators including Roland Garros. Vlaicu won prizes totaling 7,500 Austro-Hungarian krone for precision landing, projectile throwing and tight flying around a pole. The competition number of the A. Vlaicu Nr. II was 38, painted on the left wing and stabilizer.
It was destroyed on September 13, 1913 in the crash that cost Aurel Vlaicu his life, when he attempted to make the first flight across the Carpathian Mountains. Parts from the wreckage are preserved in several Romanian museums: the Aurel Vlaicu Memorial House, the National Military Museum in Bucharest and the Aviation Museum in Bucharest.
Between 2004 and 2008 a replica of the A Vlaicu II was built by Fundaţia Aerospaţială Română and Romaero in Bucharest on a budget of approximately 200,000 EUR. The airplane uses a 100 hp contemporary engine and modern materials, and has its controls modified compared to the original airplane. It was displayed at various commemorative events. In 2009 it won a bronze medal at the World Air Games (WAG) in Turin. As of 2014 the airplane has not been tested in flight.

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