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Ascertaining the cost of each bucket on a given flight

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Old Aug 10, 18, 9:49 am
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Ascertaining the cost of each bucket on a given flight

Is there a web site which for a given flight will show the fares for each bucket on the same page?

I have subscribed to ExpertFlyer where I can can eventually extract the information, but it seems rather laborious - unless I am missing something.
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Old Aug 10, 18, 10:04 am
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Not on one page, but it might be easier to use matrix.itasoftware.com than to extract the data from Expertflyer.

This fares up a roundtrip BA183/BA182 in the T bucket.



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Old Aug 10, 18, 10:18 am
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Many thanks for this, it wasn't exactly what I was looking for, but very good to know about this site for other reasons.

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Old Aug 10, 18, 10:23 am
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I think Expertflyer will be your only friend. You'll need to go through all fares for T, Y, I, etc.
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Old Aug 10, 18, 10:32 am
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Originally Posted by Andriyko View Post
I think Expertflyer will be your only friend. You'll need to go through all fares for T, Y, I, etc.
I rather feared that might be the case, though I am sure I once saw a cut and paste on here of a single BA flight with a table showing the fare for each bucket. Possibly I was imagining this!
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Old Aug 10, 18, 10:38 am
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Originally Posted by Midships View Post
I rather feared that might be the case, though I am sure I once saw a cut and paste on here of a single BA flight with a table showing the fare for each bucket. Possibly I was imagining this!
That sounds very like Expertflyer. I'm on mobile so apologies if this messes up but it can generate a table like the following, is that what you are after?

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Old Aug 10, 18, 10:54 am
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I rather feared that might be the case, though I am sure I once saw a cut and paste on here of a single BA flight with a table showing the fare for each bucket. Possibly I was imagining this!
I am not sure now what exactly you are looking for. Is it that you want to see all fares between specific city pairs? Or you just want to filter the fares in specific booking class? You can do the former, but you can't automatically do the latter.
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Old Aug 13, 18, 1:50 am
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Many thanks.
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Old Aug 13, 18, 1:57 am
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Originally Posted by Andriyko View Post
I am not sure now what exactly you are looking for. Is it that you want to see all fares between specific city pairs? Or you just want to filter the fares in specific booking class? You can do the former, but you can't automatically do the latter.
Sorry - I am probably not articulating myself properly.

What I am looking for is for a given carrier, between two given cities on a specific day, a screen that displays the cost of each bucket for say one way and return.

A bonus would be if the the cost also included all the taxes and surcharges.

The reason is we refund up to direct "Y" fare for overseas employees for vacation fights, though they will typically go for low cost non direct options in Business which may only be a handful of dollars more than the direct Y.

I am happy to pay a subscription for this.
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Old Aug 13, 18, 2:57 am
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Sounds like a good company to work for!
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