Talk:IBC Airways

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RE: Fleet size notations - Dear IP editor 74.166.134.114 and IBC Airways employee,

If you want to publish the fleet size and type specifics for IBC Airways, I suggest you use a 3rd party reference where the data are actually shown, such as American Airlines does. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_airlines . (See notion number 86) You have simply set a notation to show another wikipedia article for "Flight International" as your reference. This construes the wikipedia definition of O.R. All we are privy too from the article is a magazine cover. Any further reversions will begin an Editing War and lock the IBC Airways article at the fleet size of 2. --XB70Valyrie (talk) 04:30, 10 May 2011 (UTC)