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As per WP:AIRPORT-CONTENT (bullet #11), all routes are new or are terminated must have a full date provided (day month year) in order to be listed. Please discuss at the project talk page if you disagree. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 18:54, 22 September 2014 (UTC)
Images need to match the sections
Hi! I'd like to discuss this edit from last year. I understand that you wanted a photo from a fleet type that didn't have a picture in the article. However this edit removed a picture relevant to the section about the company's headquarters (a photo of the headquarters) and replaced it with a picture that is not relevant.
Pictures in sections need to be relevant to these sections. An article about a company needs an image of its corporate headquarters at all times.
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