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WN 3814 MKE-MCO Equipment?

Thu Apr 12, 2012 4:08 am

Does anybody know what type of plane usually operates this flight? I'm going on it Sunday, Sept. 23rd and I'm wondering if it's a 733 or a 73G. FlightAware has been saying both.
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RE: WN 3814 MKE-MCO Equipment?

Thu Apr 12, 2012 8:35 am

It's scheduled to be a -300 line. So chances are that 85-95% of the time it'll be a -300. But aircraft swaps do happen and could easily be changed to a -700 for some reason. It's also uncertain as to whether the -300 will have winglets or not.
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