EddyAlbena
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What's Up With WN Flight Numbers?

Fri Dec 24, 2010 10:37 am

The first week of Jan I'll be flying LAS-MDW-LGA on WN.
Flight number are 1777 and 0200.
Looking at their recent history (last couple of months) the routes of these numbers constantly change:

1777:
SEA-DEN
DEN-DTW
LAX-LAS
FLL-MCO
MCO-BHM

0200:
STL-BOS
DAL-STL
ABQ-PHX

etc...

what is this about?
Maybe this is normal with domestic flights in the US? Only flew B6 so far.
 
AirFrance744
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RE: What's Up With WN Flight Numbers?

Fri Dec 24, 2010 7:58 pm

AFAIK, it is something that only Low Cost Carriers do, but mostly just WN. I have always wondered why they change their flight numbers almost every week.
22 years old, and flown over 125,000 miles!

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