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Topic: Can I Check Seat Availability On AA Flights?
Username: Usairways85
Posted 2003-02-23 20:32:59 and read 5625 times.

This may have been discussed before but, is there any way for me to check seat availability on AA flights a few months from now. Thanks

Topic: RE: Can I Check Seat Availability On AA Flights?
Username: Flyingbronco05
Posted 2003-02-23 20:50:44 and read 5601 times.

Here you are:

http://www.aa.com/apps/reservations/CheckAvailableSeats.jhtml?anchorEvent=false

Topic: RE: Can I Check Seat Availability On AA Flights?
Username: Jhooper
Posted 2003-02-23 20:53:46 and read 5600 times.

I doubt that link gives the "true" availability. You'd have to know an AA employee who could check the "real" numbers for you. There are two figures you would be interested in; 1) actual seats available (i.e. unsold seats on the aircraft), and 2) authorized availability (i.e. gives a prediction of the no-show rate).

Topic: RE: Can I Check Seat Availability On AA Flights?
Username: Usairways85
Posted 2003-02-24 03:21:46 and read 5552 times.

Thanks for the replys, but i need a site that will tell what seats are available to paying customers and seats available to FF users.

Topic: RE: Can I Check Seat Availability On AA Flights?
Username: Sllevin
Posted 2003-02-24 06:05:59 and read 5515 times.

Some of that inventory is hidden and available ONLY to the airlines themselves.

However, here's a couple of good resources that will give you the best possible view an outsider can get of fare class inventory:

1) http://flyaow.com/classamex.htm
This will use ITN for displaying inventory. It's typicaly very accurate and very real time, but limited as far as the classes it will display.

2) http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/people/edelman/travel/galileo/frame.html
This feeds across to Galileo. Not as accurate for some real-time issues but it will display more fare classes and you can specify certain fare classes.

Steve


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