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How to figure out A332 configuration prior to booking

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thehound

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Does anyone know how to find out whether an A332 on a SYD-PER leg is the domestic or international configuration prior to booking? Unlike Virgin you can only select stead once purchased as far as I'm aware. I have a choice of booking a more conveniently timed 73H flight home or the less convenient A332 service (in J). If it's just domestic product on the A332 I'd take the early 73H flight; if it's international product I'd probably wait the extra 2 hours :) Any help appreciated.
 

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I'm looking at QF571 (73H) and QF583 (A332) on Sunday August 3 if that helps. Many thanks!
 

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Expert flyer - there are several give aways to identify which 332 you are on.

FWIW, the skybed seat map on the QF site will look like this. ImageUploadedByAustFreqFly1402224923.902641.jpg

Also remember that there are only 4 332's with skybeds. They are subject to change so bear that in mind.
 

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Thanks for the replies. Unfortunately I don't have an EF subscription so can't look up the seat map. Don't really want to pay for a refundable J ticket just to view the map! Any chance someone with access to EF could see which config QF583 is on August 3 please? Many thanks.
 

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Screenshot 2014-06-09 00.29.42.jpg

Best I can do now. (Domestic)

It could very easily change later.
 

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As row 25 is the first of the middle section in Y, it's a domestic bird.
 

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Unfortunately I don't have an EF subscription so can't look up the seat map. Don't really want to pay for a refundable J ticket just to view the map!

Why not? An EF subscription to look at a few seat maps is free. And much, much less hassle then buying and cancelling a ticket.
 
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Why not? An EF subscription to look at a few seat maps is free. And much, much less hassle then buying and cancelling a ticket.

Thanks Astrosly. I do have an EF login but since I'm not a paid subscriber I haven't used it for ages - didn't realise I could access the seat maps for free. Cheers for pointing it out!
 

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Thanks Astrosly. I do have an EF login but since I'm not a paid subscriber I haven't used it for ages - didn't realise I could access the seat maps for free. Cheers for pointing it out!
I find the seat alert not that useful on a free subscription but the seat maps are invaluable. Note though, that there is a limit to the number of seat searches you can make ... I think it was a few dozen in a short space of time such as a couple of weeks and then it prevented me making any more for at least a month! Unless I upgraded to Pro, of course.
 
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