Wikipedia:WikiProject Aviation/Assessment/A-Class

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Provides a well-written, clear and complete description of the topic, as described in Wikipedia:How to write a great article. It should be of a length suitable for the subject, appropriately structured, and be well referenced by a broad array of reliable sources. It should be well illustrated, with no copyright problems. Only minor style issues and other details need to be addressed before submission as a featured article candidate. See the A-Class assessment departments of some of the larger WikiProjects (e.g. WikiProject Military history, WikiProject Films).

An A-Class article should approach the standards for a Featured article (FA), but will typically fall short because of minor style issues. The article may need minor copyedits, but it should be comprehensive, accurate, well-sourced, and reasonably well-written. A peer review should make the article a viable candidate for FA. Assessing an article as A-Class requires more than one reviewer.

Formal WikiProject review[edit]

A formal review is available in this WikiProject, Wikipedia:WikiProject Aviation/Review#A-Class review. The method is summarized below:

  1. Add A-Class=current to the WikiProject banner at the top of the article's talk page, click on the "currently undergoing" link that appears then write up your nomination.
  2. Add your nomination (via transclusion) to the review section of the WikiProject.
  3. Others from the WikiProject review the article.
  4. A coordinator from the project closes the review, and (if successful) the article is tagged and listed as A-Class.