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View Full Version : Load check, 08OCT, 2732 MIA-CAP


NJGov
10-07-2018, 09:05 AM
Load check, 08OCT, 2732 MIA-CAP. Please and thank you. Trying to get in there for some relief work after the earthquake.


Arado 234
10-07-2018, 11:10 AM
Green.

Looks very good to non-rev.

NJGov
10-07-2018, 03:05 PM
Green.

Looks very good to non-rev.

Thanks.. I'm assuming that is from some other source than myIDTravel? When I make the listing on myIDT, it only displays it as being an orange face and I have no idea how many seats that equates to or other non-rev travelers.

Anyone else able to PM a bit more detailed information is much appreciated.. trying to determine if it is worth the risk going direct to CAP which is much, much easier or going to PAP on my own metal and then losing a day of travel with a near 7 hour bus ride up to CAP.

Thank you.


tlamjaj
10-07-2018, 03:43 PM
Thanks.. I'm assuming that is from some other source than myIDTravel? When I make the listing on myIDT, it only displays it as being an orange face and I have no idea how many seats that equates to or other non-rev travelers.

Anyone else able to PM a bit more detailed information is much appreciated.. trying to determine if it is worth the risk going direct to CAP which is much, much easier or going to PAP on my own metal and then losing a day of travel with a near 7 hour bus ride up to CAP.

Thank you.

That orange face is incorrect. I don't want to post much on a public forum, but I'd take the flight to CAP.

NJGov
10-07-2018, 04:38 PM
That orange face is incorrect. I don't want to post much on a public forum, but I'd take the flight to CAP.

Understood. Thanks to you both.

Clint
10-08-2018, 12:55 AM
That orange face is incorrect. I don't want to post much on a public forum, but I'd take the flight to CAP.
That's ridiculous. Post something or post nothing.

To the OP - there are 7 seats open in business, 38 seats open in coach, one non-rev listed. Get the StaffTraveler app and you can get precise answers quickly.

flysooner9
10-08-2018, 05:44 AM
StaffTraveler app is fantastic!

Arado 234
10-08-2018, 06:18 AM
That's ridiculous. Post something or post nothing.

To the OP - there are 7 seats open in business, 38 seats open in coach, one non-rev listed. Get the StaffTraveler app and you can get precise answers quickly.


Never heard of it. Does it work on foreign airlines, too?

Rawhide16
10-08-2018, 11:40 AM
I don't want to post much on a public forum, but I'd take the flight to CAP.

http://memecrunch.com/meme/5FH/not-sure-if-serious-fry/image.jpg

Arado 234
10-08-2018, 04:36 PM
That orange face is incorrect. I don't want to post much on a public forum, but I'd take the flight to CAP.

Are there DL guys here roaming on our board taking notes how full our flights are?

Windcheck...! I mean GUARD!

tlamjaj
10-09-2018, 12:01 PM
Are there DL guys here roaming on our board taking notes how full our flights are?

Windcheck...! I mean GUARD!

No, but I have friends in RM at AA WN and other carriers who all say that they like to keep internal numbers within the company until the DOT data is released for all to see. Was just respecting their wishes.

Didn't mean to start anything. Just wanted to let a fellow pilot who was doing something respectable on his time off that taking a direct flight would be no issue on an AA bird.

Clint
10-10-2018, 12:38 AM
Never heard of it. Does it work on foreign airlines, too?
Itís a quid pro quo concept - you answer load requests to get credit and you use credit asking for load checks from other airlines. Foreign airliners would depend on other airline employees participating.



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