Subject: Re: misc/3324: [dM] Missing airport codes
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Greg Oster <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/12/1997 16:32:09
> >Number: 3324
> >Category: misc
> >Synopsis: [dM] Missing airport codes
> >Confidential: no
> >Severity: non-critical
> >Priority: low
> >Responsible: misc-bug-people (Misc Bug People)
> >State: open
> >Class: change-request
> >Submitter-Id: net
> >Arrival-Date: Wed Mar 12 11:05:00 1997
> >Originator: der Mouse
> >Release: 1.2_BETA
> /usr/share/misc/airport is missing most of the Canadian
> airports (and numerous others).
> Inspect /usr/share/misc/airport.
> The following were taken from Air Canada's web page
> (http://www.aircanada.ca/version1/ac_world/schedule/) as of
> 1997-03-12, edited to remove codes that already appear in
> NetBSD-current's /usr/share/misc/airport.
Note that a number of the provincial abbreviations are non-standard
and/or confusing (I'm not sure why they would appear this way on
Air Canada's web page -- unless they are "standard" codes as used by the
> YBC:BAIE-COMEAU (QU)
> YGV:HAVRE ST. PIERRE (PQ)
Both "QU" and "PQ" are used for "Quebec".
> YEG:EDMONTON-Intnl (AL)
"AL" ==> "AB"
> YHD:DRYDEN (OT)
"OT" ==> "ON"
> YLL:LLOYDMINSTER (SA)
"SA" ==> "SK"
> YWG:WINNIPEG (MN)
"MN" ==> "MB"
As der Mouse reminded me, MN is also the abbreviation for Minnesota, which is
not in Canada....
There are probably other abbreviation errors (in addition to those mentioned
above), which should also be corrected before this PR is closed.
Department of Computer Science
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CANADA