DeltaMD90 From United States of America, joined Apr 2008, 8724 posts, RR: 51 Posted (4 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 6665 times:
Hey, I run into this problem all the time, and yes, I *tried* to search this question before. Is there any website you can search for the registry for the flight number and date of a flight you flew on? For example (and what I'm trying to figure out):
DL 1220, a 757-300 from SEA-ATL yesterday (15 July 2011). Any help would be be appreciated! Thanks!
e38 From United States of America, joined May 2008, 457 posts, RR: 2
Reply 1, posted (4 years 10 months 2 weeks 1 day ago) and read 6606 times:
On July 15, 2011, Delta flight 1220 SEA-ATL was operated with the following equipment:
Registration number: N583NW
Delta ship number: 5803
Construction number (c/n): 32983
Fuselage number (FSN): 1019
VAR TAB No: NL603
Engine Type: PW2040
Date of Manufacture: September 20, 2002
Wow thanks. Secret squirrel technology you used, or did you use some common website? I usually use http://flightaware.com and just go through every reg of the particular plane, but for some reason, N583NW and most the other 753s weren't showing up. Thanks again!
In the "flight number" box, type in the IATA number of the airline, followed by the flight number. Note the Number must be 4 characters. For example, for Delta flight number 123 you'd type in DL0123. Use the 0 as a placeholder.
Then below select "Last 7 days" instead of "today only" and below that select "HTML table" instead of "ACARS Style Output". Then hit enter.
Then it will give you a list of flights, just look for the one with the correct date. Also note flights late at night, maybe 11pm might register as taking place "tomorrow". The time listed doesn't always match up to takeoff time.
This site works for about 60% of flights. For some reason some airlines and some flights don't show up... It should list flights once they're in the air, there's no delay.