Has it been proven that maximal planar graphs are reconstructible?
It seems like an easy result, but I am unable to find it in the literature. Classes of planar graphs that I know are reconstructible are: maximal outerplanar (Manvel 1970), maximal minimally non-outerplanar (has a single interior vertex) (Kunni, Annigeri, 1979), and classes where planar isn't the key property: like trees or cacti (Geller, Manvel, 1969).
Perhaps this has not been explicitly answered because it was only recently (Bilinski, Kwon, Yu, 2007) when it was proven that planar graphs are recognizable, which is the "hard" part of this result.
Bonus question: Are there other classes of planar graphs that are known to be reconstructible?