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How to search specific aircraft in a airline

How to search specific aircraft in a airline

  1. Bartholomew Kuma

    When I intend to redeem award ticket in a airline with specific aircraft, ex: Where Etihad A380-800 fly to/from, or Where Cathay 777-300ER (77H) fly to/from, I always have hard time, because I search it by selecting one destination at a time.

    Is there a better/efficient way to search it? any website?

  2. Hugh B

    I assume you are using Google Flights which is very good for this kind of thing. In case you need differentiation between a 772 and a 77W, compare the seat maps on Seatguru noting things like whether there are 9 or 10 seats per row in Y, how many rows of Business, etc and compare that to the map on the airline’s website.

  3. Brad B

    So all the EY A380s fly from AUH and all the CX 77Ws fly from HKG :).

    Now the hard part of figuring out where they fly to, most airlines don’t let you search by a/c type, I would use larger cities for larger aircraft like JFK and LHR

  4. David W

    I used to go by this website but it hasn’t been updated since October… [URL][/URL]

    Otherwise, there really isnt an easy way. Airbus has a special A380 website – [URL][/URL]

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