User:Johan G/Aircraft series

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This early style manual proposal is a draft.

Any comments are welcome on the discussion page.


See also FlightGear wiki:Manual of Style.

This is a manual of style for aircraft series and aircraft disambiguation pages.

General

  • The page title should conform to the aircraft or aircraft series name, usually <Manufacturer> <model>.
  • The first sentence should contain the aircraft or aircraft series name in bold letters.
  • The first section should describe the aircraft or aircraft series briefly. In general it would be better to end the page with a link to the related Wikipedia article than to have a lengthy description on this wiki.
  • Each type should should preferably have a short description of the differences from the other types, either a one-liner or a few short paragraphs.
  • It may be advisable to group together aircraft that are available in the same package.
  • The end of the page could contain links to related content, followed by any external links, for example to Wikipedia.

Example layout

The '''Boeing 737''' series airliners ...

; [[Boeing 737-100]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-200]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-300]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-400]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-500]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-700]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-900ER]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-7 MAX]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-8 MAX]]
: Description

; [[Boeing 737-9 MAX]]
: Description

== Related content ==
* ...

== External links ==
* {{Wikipedia|Boeing 737}}

{{Boeing}}

Boeing 737

The Boeing 737 series airliners ...

Boeing 737-100
Description
Boeing 737-200
Description
Boeing 737-300
Description
Boeing 737-400
Description
Boeing 737-500
Description
Boeing 737-700
Description
Boeing 737-900ER
Description
Boeing 737-7 MAX
Description
Boeing 737-8 MAX
Description
Boeing 737-9 MAX
Description

Related content

  • ...

External links