Weekly timetable

Old Jul 18, 06, 6:28 am
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Weekly timetable

When planning a RTW I like to see a timetable that will display all flights operating between a city pair during a specified one-week period. For this I use this Amadeus direct link, which I hope it is of interest to some of you. If you wish to take a look at other available options and tools, go here.
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Old Jul 18, 06, 6:48 am
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Excellent info, Viajero -- thanks!!!
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Old Jul 18, 06, 3:10 pm
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That is a great tool! I'm always wanting to be able find what days of the week airline X flies between Y and Z. Surprisingly difficult to find out until now!

Thanks Viajero. That's just one example of why this is a such a great forum compared to many others I try to read.
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Old Jul 18, 06, 3:22 pm
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Originally Posted by Viajero
When planning a RTW I like to see a timetable that will display all flights operating between a city pair during a specified one-week period. For this I use this Amadeus direct link, which I hope it is of interest to some of you.
Marvellous, thanks
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Old Jul 18, 06, 4:18 pm
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Thanks viajero. I'll add this to my bookmarks.
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Old Jul 18, 06, 7:11 pm
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Bookmarked!

Actually that's not a bad site overall, several useful utilities can be access from Amadeus.net. This icludes the weekly search as viajero posted and the old favorite checkmytrip.
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Old Jul 18, 06, 7:37 pm
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This timetable is very helpful -thanks-- it should save considerable planning time. Does anyone know of something comparable that would list the classes of service offered? In trying to decide whether to go for an AONEx versus a DONEx, I currently go through a rather convoluted search through ExpertFlyer.
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Old Jul 18, 06, 7:42 pm
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Thanks for adding it to the FAQ, Viajero. It's a great tool; I've just been playing with it on several city pairs with intermittent service. This makes it simple to figure out the days.
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Old Jul 18, 06, 11:54 pm
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This timetable is very helpful -thanks-- it should save considerable planning time. Does anyone know of something comparable that would list the classes of service offered? In trying to decide whether to go for an AONEx versus a DONEx, I currently go through a rather convoluted search through ExpertFlyer.
You are in luck; after the weekly flights table has been displayed, look at the bottom of the page. Underneath the table is a hotlink labelled 'Flight search'. This will take you to a list of flights along with class type availability. (note, not A/F/P or J/D/C, just First, Business, Coach).
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Old Jul 19, 06, 12:05 pm
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Originally Posted by serfty
You are in luck; after the weekly flights table has been displayed, look at the bottom of the page. Underneath the table is a hotlink labelled 'Flight search'. This will take you to a list of flights along with class type availability. (note, not A/F/P or J/D/C, just First, Business, Coach).

Thanks very much for pointing this out. It makes the flight table particularly helpful. (I was most concerned about the existence of First- I can always check availability, and see numbers, on Expert Flyer).
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Old Jul 19, 06, 8:30 pm
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Thank you Viajero!
As a newcomer on FT Im still a bit lost and your links will be very helpful.
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Old Jul 20, 06, 1:40 pm
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Will this tool allow you to see all locations flown direct from any location. obviously the data base for that is there but I cnat seem to figure out how to do this. Maybe some other site does? Im looking for somthing like the OW timetabel but with all airlines not just OW.
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Old Jul 20, 06, 1:48 pm
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...Maybe some other site does? Im looking for somthing like the OW timetabel but with all airlines not just OW.
Try here.
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Old Jul 20, 06, 1:58 pm
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Thanks, that works though it would be a lot better if it listed what airlines flew between the destinations.
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Old Jul 20, 06, 7:07 pm
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Originally Posted by RioFF
Thanks, that works though it would be a lot better if it listed what airlines flew between the destinations.
It does. "Airlines by route."
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