B747forever wrote:You are probably thinking of Expertflyer. That website tells you how many seats (0 to >9) in each booking class (Y, W, B, S, O etc) an airline is willing to sell. In order to use that you will have to know which fare classes correspond to each class of service. When using expertflyer you have to remember that it does not tell you the actual load, only how many more tickets in each fare class the airline is willing to sell. While load factor and fare class availability normally are closely connected, there are exceptions for a number of reasons.
LY777 wrote:Oh yes, it was seatcounter. Sad to hear it is gone now.
Thank you guys, I will try expertflyer
dia77 wrote:This site should give you what you need. It's not that user friendly, but it does the job.
https://flightavailability.bcdtravel.co ... m_ver.aspx
ryan78 wrote:Also if there are more than 9 open seats it won't show a total, it'll just say 9 so you won't have an accurate total, there could be 9 or there could be 100 open seats.
ryan78 wrote:I also checked a few other airlines in Canada, namely Westjet and Porter and all I got was straight 7's across the board for all flights. I guess it only works for certain airlines... I would definitely take these with a grain of salt.
ryan78 wrote:3/15 were accurate to within +- 5 seats between Y and J.
ryan78 wrote:My airline has a 2 class layout, Y and J. [...] everything else is irrelevant
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