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Wh-what does Tuie expression mean? TUI When you are looking for pictures of a certain airplane model, use this menue. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that this meal contains only some of the most popular aircrafts in our data base for reasons of available capacity. When the searched airplane is not in this listing, use the box "Keywords" below in the find menues.

A number of menus contain a general airplane type and more specialized versions of this airplane. To search for photographs of a particular carrier, use this submenu. Because of the lack of available seats, please notice that this menue only contains carriers with 10 or more pictures in our databas.

In case the searched carrier is not contained in this listing, use the box "Keywords" at the bottom of the query area. When you are looking for photographs taken in a particular location or at a particular location, use this screen. This drop-down box contains all our databases' locations and is refreshed as they grow.

At least 20 photographs of a particular aerodrome must be in the data base before it is included in this listing. You can use this feature to limit your searching to photographs of a particular artist. The pull-down menue displays the number of photographs currently in the data base for each individual photo artist in parentheses next to each photo artist who is available as a searchenger.

Example: an optional: . indicates that there are currently 550 Paul Jones photographs in the data base. Please note: The overall number of photographs in parentheses is refreshed four (4) time per hour and may be slightly outdated. A photographer must have 100 or more photographs in the photo gallery before their name is added to this drop-down list.....

When you are searching for a particular type of photograph, use this drop-down list. It is possible to choose whether only pictures from certain catagories should be displayed, e.g. special paintschemes, fly decks, etc. The' Keywords' box is perhaps the most useful box in our webmasters. In this box you can look for any words, phrases or a combination of phrases in our data base.

The key word lookup covers each photofield. Keywords is perfect for finding special features such as airplane registration, photographer name, certain airport/place name, certain paintings (e.g. `Wunala Dreaming'), etc. In order to use the Keywords box, first of all, you must use a Keyworld box. Either a particular data base area ( "airline", "plane", etc.) can be selected or your key word can be assigned to all data base areas.

Next, choose a keyword delimiter. Choose the appropriate delimiter for your query and then type the desired keyword(s) in the space on the right.

Example: An optional:.... indicates that there are currently 55,000 photographs from 2003 in the data base. Please note: The overall number of photographs in parentheses is refreshed four (4) time per hour and may be slightly outdated. If you select a decades area, all photographs that match your other selection criterions of the chosen decades will be displayed.

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