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v8Statesman said:
Is there an easy way to do searches like this?
As to it being considered easy or not is another matter, but one way is as follows:

Qantas Web Site -> Flight Info -> Timetable search.

• Enter the Origin, Destination and the mid-date of the week you are interested in and click GO.

• When the "Timetable - Weekly" page appears showing schedule flights; "mouse over" the little
icon_qantas_operated.gif
symbols.

• As you do this note the status line at the bottom of your web browser. You should see some info about the flight packaged into a text string. Within this string is the scheduled aircraft type. e.g.

"javascript:void window.open('/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,575,20060604,SYD,PER,743', 'flight', 'width=520,height=490,resizable=yes,scrollbars=yes')"

represents flight QF575 on 4th June from SYD-PER being flown by a 743.

* Look for 333 after the destination and you have your Skybed Aircraft.

e.g. SYD-PER around the 4th June has the following representing 333 flight(s):

'/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,575,20060602,SYD,PER,333'
'/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,581,20060605,SYD,PER,333'
'/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,583,20060601,SYD,PER,333'
 

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serfty said:
As to it being considered easy or not is another matter, but one way is as follows:

Qantas Web Site -> Flight Info -> Timetable search.

• Enter the Origin, Destination and the mid-date of the week you are interested in and click GO.

• When the "Timetable - Weekly" page appears showing schedule flights; "mouse over" the little
icon_qantas_operated.gif
symbols.

• As you do this note the status line at the bottom of your web browser. You should see some info about the flight packaged into a text string. Within this string is the scheduled aircraft type. e.g.

"javascript:void window.open('/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,575,20060604,SYD,PER,743', 'flight', 'width=520,height=490,resizable=yes,scrollbars=yes')"

represents flight QF575 on 4th June from SYD-PER being flown by a 743.

* Look for 333 after the destination and you have your Skybed Aircraft.

e.g. SYD-PER around the 4th June has the following representing 333 flight(s):

'/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,575,20060602,SYD,PER,333'
'/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,581,20060605,SYD,PER,333'
'/flightinfo/dyn/FlightLogistics?flightquery=QF,583,20060601,SYD,PER,333'

Cool, Thanks for that
 
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