The FG ID or FGID is a Cirium assigned code used to identify each aircraft. Unlike manufacturer serial (msn) or registration, FGID is unique to 1 airframe. This field can be added to any table output in the Aircraft, Aircraft Events and Accidents Modules and the recommended way to count and analyse aircraft records in external applications such as Excel.
Articles in this section
- What is the difference between Tracked vs. Reported Utilization?
- How often is Fuel Burn and CO₂ Emissions data in Fleets Analyzer updated, what is the coverage and what are the sources?
- How often is tracked aircraft utilisation data in Fleets Analyzer updated, what is the coverage and what are the sources?
- Why is the number of tracked aircraft in a period sometimes less than the number of in-service aircraft for that period?
- Why is the number of tracked aircraft in a period sometimes greater than the number of in-service aircraft for that period? (i.e. why are stored aircraft flying?)
- Trend: Hours and cycles reported and tracked utilisation definitions
- How do we identify an aircraft?
- Fleets Analyzer Base Location fields
- What are Old, New and Current Columns in Aircraft Events Module in Fleets Analyzer?
- Do you research In Flight Entertainment (IFE) content providers?