qf26 on 12th November from LAX to BNE via AKL

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  1. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

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    Can anyone tell me where i can look to see if the aircraft that is scheduled to operate the above flight is a 3 class sold as two or simply a two class plane.

    i have a business class fare for this flight.

    thanks in advance and happy travels :)
     

  2. Dave Noble

    Dave Noble Senior Member

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    It is a 2 class sold as 2 class

    Looks like it has skybeds

    Dave
     
  3. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

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    Thanks for the info. Can you let me know where you found that info out? i would like to be able to look for myself next time i have the question.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  4. Dave Noble

    Dave Noble Senior Member

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    I checked the seat configuration on expertflyer; the specific configuration shown is that of a skybed

    Dave
     
  5. serfty

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    Another way you could do this bigjobs is to try www.checkmytrip.com. Plug in the Amadeus record locator (A 6 character code starting with X, Y, Z or 2) for your booking and your surname. Information regarding your booking should come up.

    Look for little +'s with orange background. Click these and you may see a seat number beside "Seating" if a seat is allocated. If there is a seat number, click on that and a pop up window will appear; showing a seat map if available. If if "seating" only shows somethinh like "non smoking", call Qantas and request seating.

    If there are seats 1b and 1J showing it is a 2 class. If there are no rows 14 and 15 showing, it is a skybed equipped aircraft as Dave Noble posted.
     
  6. Dave Noble

    Dave Noble Senior Member

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    Another way you could do this bigjobs is to try www.checkmytrip.com. Plug in the Amadeus record locator (A 6 character code starting with X, Y, Z or 2) for your booking and your surname. Information regarding your booking should come up.
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    This can work, however this only works if you have a booking already in place with a seat assignment whilst expertflyer can be used to browse all classes on all flights without needing a res

    Dave
     
  7. NM

    NM
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    Note that 11th and 13th November, QF26 is set to be 747-300, so that would mean Dreamtimes. Lets hope for your sake there is no schedule or maintenance hickup that delays an aircraft by a day.
     
  8. bigjobs

    bigjobs Active Member

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    Thanks for the info. i am not really bothered by dreamtimes or skybeds, i am on my way home after a month by then so i think i could sleep on the floor if it meant getting home :)

    i originally asked to see if i could get a first class sleeper ...
     
  9. Dave Noble

    Dave Noble Senior Member

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    Ahhh, that's easily sorted, just change to LAX-SYD and change to an A or an F ticket :)

    Dave
     
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