KFTG wrote:Such data is available via Delta's servers and a Delta employee violating IT policy would be able to provide you with it, as all of that information is archived (although it is bizarre why you'd want to indulge in such irrelevancy).
TTailedTiger wrote:A16 was a popular gate for the 767-400. I went out of it many times when on the 764 to MCO or FLL.
bluefltspecial wrote:While it's by no means precise information for the dates you mentioned, I used to frequent the ATL-MCO route on the regular and 71 was usually the arrival/departure gate for the widebody ATL turns, I arrived into 74 once as well but that was back around 2003/2005.
NateGreat wrote:Upon doing some research through https://www.transtats.bts.gov/ONTIME/Departures.aspx I have uncovered information about a flight I took back in 2009, when I was only 11. It was Delta Flight 1305, from Atlanta to Orlando, operated by a Boeing 767-400, tail number N833MH. I specifically remember the flight being on a 767, but didn’t realize that it was a -400 until I did the research. Is there any way, such as a website, to find further details, specifically the departure/arrival gates?
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