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Thanks so much. Is there a website that displays this kind of info?
You're welcome. Being an "insider," it's easy for me to look at the airline's dispatch system and find out easily.
The Bureau of Transportation Statistics (www.bts.gov) has the records buried in its on-time records at the link at the bottom of my post. Click on either Departures or Arrivals under "Detailed Statistics." Keep in mind that for certain carriers (AA is one), you may get the airline's nose number in the form of a registration.
In your case, it will show up as N4XFAA - not the actual registration, but rather the nose number, 4XF. Doing a bit of Googling ("american airlines 4XF" usually works pretty well) will turn up N9619V. The same is true for the 737s (3AA
, 3AB, 3AC, etc.), some 757s (5AA
, 5AB, 5AC, etc.), and the 777s (7AA
, 7AB, 7AC, etc.). You get the idea...
www (dot) bts (dot) gov/xml/ontimesummarystatistics/src/index (dot) xml
Sorry, the link screws up the forum - replace the (dot) above with a period
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B-52s don't take off. They scare the ground away.