However, only the following airlines are covered :
AA B6 CO DH DL EV F9 HP FL MQ NW OH RU TW(!) TZ UA US
Also bear in mind a little known glitch with the system too. For example, flight UA1234 might depart HNL at 2200 local on 1 January for SFO, where it will arrive local time on 2 January in SFO. Logically, you would look up the arrival details in SFO for 2 Jan and look for UA1234. You will probably find it as well but it won't be the aircraft that departed HNL on 1 Jan! BTS can't handle time zone differences so always lists the details under the local time and date from where it departed, so in the above example you would need to search for UA1234 on 1 Jan in the SFO arrival details because that's the actual date it departed (even though it arrived local time SFO on 2 Jan).
Took me ages to figure that out - couldn't understand why the BTS info never matched the ACARS reports!
Utapao From Thailand, joined Jul 2005, 645 posts, RR: 8
Reply 13, posted (9 years 5 months 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 1379 times:
Thanks for the follow-up on international flight aircraft registrations. I've used the site for domestic information for some time, but I guess I'm losing it, however, because all I can find is registrations for domestic flights...I can't find the tables for international flignts.
For example, if you select a date and departures from Dallas, the NRT/KIX/LatAm or European destinations do not appear.
I did search and found a statement that the information was for US domestic and territories, but I am not at all certain I haven't missed something