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UA Flight Details

Mon Feb 09, 2009 7:54 pm


(Mods, sorry if this is in the wrong forum)

I'm flying on UA 110 this comming saturday the 14th.
I just wanted to ask if anybody know which aircraft that is scheduled for that flight.

I know that it's an airbus, but is is a old TED or mainland airbus. If it's one of the mainland airbuses, does it have to new or old livery?

many thanx in advance.

br. jlarsson
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RE: UA Flight Details

Mon Feb 09, 2009 7:59 pm

Can't help with the livery, but as for whether or not it is a former TED, just go through the flight search process for First for that date and time on United.com. If it is a former TED, it will come back with an error.

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RE: UA Flight Details

Mon Feb 09, 2009 8:20 pm

Correct me if I'm wrong, but you're flying ORD-LAS, right? If so, your Airbus A320 will be an Ex-Ted aircraft without First class seating. Once again, can't help with livery or reg., but that's what I can tell you.
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RE: UA Flight Details

Mon Feb 09, 2009 8:28 pm

The seat maps are the biggest clue. If the economy seating begins at row 1 you are on a Ted/ex-Ted aircraft. If the economy seating starts at row 6 you are on a standard A320.

Also, United uses the equipment code of "32S" to refer to a 1 class all economy A320 and "320" to refer to a 2 cabin layout.

Flight 110 is currently scheduled as a Ted/ex-Ted aircraft with all economy seating. Don't expect this to change.
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RE: UA Flight Details

Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:46 pm


Thank you everybody for your help.

Have a really nice evening  bigthumbsup 

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RE: UA Flight Details

Tue Feb 10, 2009 10:12 am

When I checked at work about 6h ago, it was scheduled to be flown by N477UA but that can change quickly.

Regardless of exactly which partictular aircraft that will operate the flight, it will most likely be in new colors as 38 of 56 of the former TED aircraft are now in the new colors. Check the nose number at the gate if you can't see the registration from the boarding area. Otherwise, ask the flight attendent for the nosenumber when you board. 48xx means ex-TED eg 4877 = N477UA.

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