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Old 07-10-2012, 04:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Gone flyzed.com , how to check the loads?

Flyzed.com is replaced by flyzed.info and there is no way to check the loads on the flights.. Does anyone know a website where one can check the loads ?
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Old 07-10-2012, 04:49 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Amadeus.net click on 'flights' then 'availability'


Any cabin that shows '9' means 9 or more seats. 9 is the highest you should see.
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Amadeus.net click on 'flights' then 'availability'


Any cabin that shows '9' means 9 or more seats. 9 is the highest you should see.
Good suggestion on the Amadeus system!

I usually use Flightstats.com, you need to log in, but it's free to set up.

Nitpicking moment of the day: A number by a fare bucket does not technically signify the number of seats remaining. It signifies the number of that fare bucket remaining in inventory. The trick is to correspond that amount of availability to seats remaining.

So, time for practical application. We know that certain carriers (B6 for example) advertise that they do not intentionally oversell flights. Therefore, the number of seats remaining, in this case, should be equal to the number in the full-fare bucket, Y. Many pitfalls with this, and each carrier's buckets are a bit different. Typically your full Y will include some oversells, so for a quick-and-dirty method, subtract a few off the Y to be safe Again, plenty of pitfalls with this until you understand what you are looking at.

Source: Background in revenue management and I still proceed with caution.
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Does anyone know a website where one can check the loads ?

expertflyer.com

It a subscription based service but they have a 14 day (I think) trial period.
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Amadeus.net click on 'flights' then 'availability'


Any cabin that shows '9' means 9 or more seats. 9 is the highest you should see.
does not work.
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does not work.
Don't click the blue 'Flights' button. Right under the word Amadeus, click on Flights. It's above the blue button. It should give you a drop down menu. First choice is 'Availability.'.

It should work.
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+1. Just tried Amadeus & it doesn't work.
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kayak.com uses the same engine as amadeus. If you look at flights and then click on "details" it should show seats remaining.
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Old 07-27-2012, 05:27 PM   #10 (permalink)
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ASU.COM has a solution called TripCheck. It is actually better than Flyzed as it gives actual numbers, alerts, Zed prices and airline phone numbers. I have used it for a year or so and it works fine. You can find more info at: Sign Up For Tripcheck - ASU Travel - Interline discounts for over 40 years
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