User talk:Kingston28

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Dylan and Cole Sprouse[edit]

I Googled Tanganelli and didn't get anything hospital-related in the first four pages (as far as I went back). Could you give the link here? The only reason I support the one "l" is that it's what the source said (though I'm very aware that it could be a typo and would be fine with two l's given evidence supporting it). :) - Purplewowies (talk) 20:52, 23 August 2012 (UTC)

Those sources are definitely good! I won't change it back (except perhaps if I were to quote the source for some reason) unless some other pretty reliable source comes along that uses one l and is pretty obviously not a typo. - Purplewowies (talk) 16:45, 24 August 2012 (UTC)

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Replaceable fair use File:Bergamo-Stemma.png[edit]

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Your Edits in Bergamo Airport[edit]

Please note that Bergamo Airport is indeed owned and operated by the company that also holds stakes in Linate and Malpensa but it can not be considered as "part of Milans Airport system" as you try to implement as it is the primary airport of Bergamo and only by conicidence also close to Milan. Also the owner of Linate and Malpensa doesn't own Bergamo in full. Your statements are confusing here and must be considered wrong if you are not willing to give a more detailed and fully correct explanation. Please refer to the Aviation Portal if you have questions before editing it next time. All edits done in the same style as until now will be removed as they are forbidden original research.

Also, the map showing to countries served only without any labels are against our guidelines (see WP:AIRPORTS). Only labeled maps are allowed. The fact that other airports use the wrong maps as well doesn't justify its use. A correct map can be seen for example at Ryanair destinations. Feel free to create one.

Best regards. --84.156.0.1 (talk) 12:25, 24 December 2013 (UTC)

Bergamo airport (ICAO code: LIME with "LI" = Italy and "ME" = Milan East) is located 45 kilometers from Milan, exactly as the airport of Malpensa, located in the province of Varese near the town of Busto Arsizio (80,000 inhabitants), 45 km from Milan. Malpensa was in fact formerly known as "Aeroporto Città di Busto Arsizio". As you can see from the sites I've linked (MilanoMetropoli, Camera di Commercio di Milano), Bergamo is officially part of the Milan airport system. The links come from trusted sources such as the Chamber of Commerce of Milan, the Province of Milan and Assolombardia.—Kingston28 (talk) 13:54, 24 December 2013 (UTC)
Anyway, why don't you remove Heathrow's map too?−Kingston28 (talk) 14:01, 24 December 2013 (UTC)

Re: KFC[edit]

Those sources never appeared, and I only relied in the map in regards to the franchise. The first source with the directions didn't seem enough to support that there was an actual KFC operating in Rome. Then again, I relied on the map in the Wikipedia article, which explains why the case of Sweden passed unnoticed. So if the sources say there is a KFC, so be it. In turn, do you think I should remove Sweden? (N0n3up (talk) 10:13, 22 November 2014 (UTC))