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alien

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Hi All,

I'm trying to find out where to get information about what aircraft I'm likely to fly on when travelling.

Is there a site i can enter my flight number to find out what aircraft I will be flying on?

Cheers
Alien
 
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A couple of ways are:

- from the airline's own website. Using Qantas as an example, check the 'timetable' section, plug in your to/from cities, bring up flight no. for your flight and there will be a clickable link identifying the a/c type

- from something like checkmytrip (for airlines using amadeus eg. Qantas) - plug in your surname and booking ref number and you will get a/c type and possibly a seatplan which would also identify config as well

Probably other ways to do so also. Configs vary and there are ways to check what the config would be , eg. Expert Flyer tool (a paid service). Of course, different a/c may be substituted for various reasons.
 

alien

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Hi Guys,

My apologies for the delay in replying.

Thanks for the info.

Cheers
Alien
 
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