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Does anyone know where to find real world routes for airlines (specifically BAW) and also what aircraft is used on the routes? So far I've been using the actual British Airways site but since they use IATA codes instead of ICAO, it's tricky. Is there a source that just gives a list or table of Departures, Destinations, Flight Number, and Aircraft Type?Ryan GamurotLucky to live Hawai'ihttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/supporter.jpg


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You can probably get the real life routes for some of their flights to the US on www.flightaware.com - this site only shows flights that pass through US FAA airspace though.


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Thanks for the sites! But it seems that it's only for aircraft in the air and that you also need the flight number. I was looking for something that gave the flights in advance and you could simply look by departure and/or destination airports. Or even better, a whole list of the actual flight plan routes, flight numbers, departure and arrival times, and aircraft types. (Let me guess, the only list is sitting somewhere in London and is only available to BAW officials and pilots.)Ryan GamurotLucky to live Hawai'ihttp://www.precisionmanuals.com/images/forum/supporter.jpg


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You can get near historical flights and near future scheduled departures at flightaware. This usually covers periods of a couple of days. For past data just click on "more" in the departures or arrivals schedules at the airport on the US end, then click on the flight of interest. Each table scrolls with a "more" button.For flights in the continental US you can also try the FAA preferred routes by entering the arrival and destination airports.http://www.fly.faa.gov/Products/Coded_Depa...s_database.html


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If you go to this link: http://flightaware.com/analysis/route.rvt(Part of flightaware, already posted) you can type in origin and destination (in ICAO format) and it will pop up the IFR routes which have been used and routes filed but not flown yet. No airline or flight # necessary! Very useful!!- JAMES

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Hi Ryan, i use the website Amadeus.net for finding real world flights for the VA i fly for. Go to www.amadeus.net select flight availability and enter your deparutre and arrival locations ( you don't have to use ICAO or IATA codes) and you will be given all flights for that route and also aircraft types that are used. I believe you can also specify a preferred airline. It's a magic site and i use it often.Merry ChristmasRegardsPete Carlsen

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Nice Find!I never noticed it.


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