- Oct 8, 2004
Is there a site/tool that lets you check the seat plan (ie: as to vacant seats). Alternatively, is it available on Qantas or BA sites. Thanks.
Remembering that Qantas do not pre-allocate seats on domestic flights with flight numbers QF400 and above, you can see the currently allocated and reserved seats for some flights (international and domestic sectors of international flights) by making a partial booking on ITN.blu said:Is there a site/tool that lets you check the seat plan (ie: as to vacant seats). Alternatively, is it available on Qantas or BA sites. Thanks.
alien said:My partner and I booked a QANTAS holiday package to the Melbourne Cup with 2 others and we were able to group the seatings together at the time of booking which was 8 weeks before we flew out. So I'm assuming they would have had to pre allocate our seats???
serfty said:I followed the ITN link and had a look. I have a good idea but rather then conject, can I have some advice on what the following indicates (QF):
Cabin class: J8 C2 D2 I0 U0 Y9 B9 H9 K1 M0 R0 L0 V0 S0
Cabin class: J9 C9 D9 I0 U0 Y9 B9 H9 K9 M9 R9 L9 V3 S0
If a A330 flight shows only 2 seats in J blocked out, 28 available, would you assume that they have only sold 2 seats? It's a midweek HKG-MEL flight mid next year. The text is J9C9D9I0U0.NM said:But be aware that the view of allocated and reserved seats is not necessarily a freflection of the number of seats sold or available for the flight.
GoldCoastGuy said:I'm gunna ask what might appear to be a dumb question in relation to the ITN site.
What class are freebie QFF travellers (those who spend their points for their flight) put in?
Might make it easier to use this site rather than the "hit & miss" on the Qantas website.