Wingtips56 wrote:williaminsd wrote:BA744PHX wrote:
The article your mentioned is from March 2020 a year old right now, and Y4 SMF-MLM is not bookable either
Oh, so it is. Drat. Shows me not to knick info from those Oregonians!
I should have clarified this on the Oregon thread when I initially posted this, sorry for all the confusion.
If you download the "flightview" app (free version), you can actually see flights that are scheduled even if they are not yet bookable. The desktop version for flightview is very buggy; the mobile app has a much better user interface in my opinion.
1). Download the "flightview" app (free version)
2). After you open the app, tap "By Route" near the top right-hand side.
3). For Departure Airport, enter "SMF"
4). For Arrival Airport, enter "MLM"
5). For "Enter airline name or code", type in "Y4" (which is Volaris' IATA code).
6). For "Departure Date", enter Nov. 4, 2021
7). Tap "Find Flight"
You should be able to see Volaris' loaded SMF-MLM schedule despite it not being bookable at the moment. I don't know when Volaris will open the route up for bookings, but I imagine that it'll be pretty soon.