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Seat maps

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  1. Anonymous

    Hi, I’m booked on a flight from London to Los Angeles and i was wondering what app/website you use to check what seats are available etc…?

  2. MidSouthSkier

    The best source would be the website of the airline whose plane you’re flying. If you booked a flight via Airline A’s website for a flight on Airline B, you’ll have a confirmation number from Airline A but that may or may not be the same confirmation number you’ll need to be able to manage your flight on Airline B. Airline A should be able to give you the confirmation number for Airline B in that situation. If you’d like to share what airlines are involved maybe we can be more specific.

  3. Jacob McCarthy

    If the method from [USER=184]@MidSouth Skier[/USER] doesn’t work, you can use ExpertFlyer to show the seatmap. You can use one of their free accounts to do this.

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