Any Idea for Historical schedule

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Matteo74

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Hi, i'm new. Thanks to have acepted me.

I suggest you new airline for historical schedule...

For exeample Aer Lingus?

 

Kiruna

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Are you AZ774? If so, you have an actual forum account in which you could log into and not have to use the guest account. 

In regards to adding Aer Lingus to the classics that is strictly up to Florian (LH202) as he is in charge of the classics. I know Aer Lingus has been talked about in the past but not sure their timetables have the information we need meaning it can't be done. 

 

NZ007

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  1. Find the Aer Lingus Schedule(s) you want adding to the database
  2. Message Florian (LH202) about it and LH202 will send you a link for the spreadsheet template (the site is in German btw).
  3. Open the spreadsheet template with MS excel (or LibreOffice Calc if you're a a cheapskate like I am lol) and copy the information from the timetable into the spreadsheet)
  4. Save it and email it to Florian
  5. Wait for your Aer Lingus schedules to be added to the database. (keep an eye on the Classics forum for "Specials" and "Season Updates")
  6. Profit
Source: Been there, done that, hoping they'll be in the Summer Update next week (or the week after).

Best of luck with the Aer Lingus schedules, I'd love to see some classic Aer Lingus flights in the database too.

Best Regards

Shanley

PS: timetableimages.com is great source for vintage airline timetables 

 

LH202

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  1. Find the Aer Lingus Schedule(s) you want adding to the database
  2. Message Florian (LH202) about it and LH202 will send you a link for the spreadsheet template (the site is in German btw).
  3. Open the spreadsheet template with MS excel (or LibreOffice Calc if you're a a cheapskate like I am lol) and copy the information from the timetable into the spreadsheet)
  4. Save it and email it to Florian
  5. Wait for your Aer Lingus schedules to be added to the database. (keep an eye on the Classics forum for "Specials" and "Season Updates")
  6. Profit
Source: Been there, done that, hoping they'll be in the Summer Update next week (or the week after).

Best of luck with the Aer Lingus schedules, I'd love to see some classic Aer Lingus flights in the database too.

Best Regards

Shanley

PS: timetableimages.com is great source for vintage airline timetables 
Actually please follow the instructions in our respective forum. Thank you.

 
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