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Old 03-10-2006, 09:03 AM   #1
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Explanations of window codes

Hello folks!

I have a problem to identify my LUFTHANSA B744.
In my oppinion there is a mistake. How can a NG B744 have W2 window code, if a OG B744 has a W3 window code.

Could anyone explain me the difference between W1 and W3.

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Window Code: W1
Box Code:B4


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Window Code: W3
Box Code:B4

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The Database features a "Help" - section, where all abbreviations used in the database are explained including the window codes. Hope, hat helps.

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Re: Explanations of window codes

Since now that help section is gone - does anybody remember and can put the explanation here where it will stay regardless of broken links in the database section?
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Re: Explanations of window codes

G'day,

I have this saved off-site... so I can up-date the database without always calling it up!

"Window Code"
The printing of the window line on models can be different.

•W1 indicates that windows which are closed or plugged on the actual aircraft are printed as outline windows on the model.
•W2 indicates that plugged windows are left that way as a blank space. The model window line represents exactly the real aircraft as flown at this time.
•W3 indicates that there is a continuous window line printed regardless of the actual aircraft having plugged windows or other configurations.
Please note that sometimes on a W3 window line one or two windows are "missing", this means the real aircraft never ever had any windows there either.

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