No NWA a330's?

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No NWA a330's?

Post by flyingking12093 » 23 Oct 2009, 03:20

So I was just browsing through the Timetable and I noticed that there are absolutely no NWA flight's using the a330. I wanted to do a a330 flight this weekend but I can't find one. Help please
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Re: No NWA a330's?

Post by RatherBFlyin » 23 Oct 2009, 03:45

The A330 is still an active aircraft with NWA/DAL. Were you looking in the SkyTeam timetable, or the SimAirline timetable? I know you won't find any in our timetable. I believe NWA uses the A330 to fly longhaul flights from Detroit, though they may use them at Minneapolis as well. I am not sure if Delta has moved any to Atlanta yet.

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Re: No NWA a330's?

Post by flyingking12093 » 23 Oct 2009, 13:20

RatherBFlyin wrote:The A330 is still an active aircraft with NWA/DAL. Were you looking in the SkyTeam timetable, or the SimAirline timetable? I know you won't find any in our timetable. I believe NWA uses the A330 to fly longhaul flights from Detroit, though they may use them at Minneapolis as well. I am not sure if Delta has moved any to Atlanta yet.
I was looking on our timetable. Where can I get the skyteam?
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Re: No NWA a330's?

Post by RatherBFlyin » 23 Oct 2009, 14:40

http://www.skyteamtimetable.com/SkyTeam ... etable.exe

That will let you search all of the SkyTeam flights, but unfortunately I do not know of a way to filter by specific aircraft. What you could do, is use FlightAware to see what is currently flying.

http://flightaware.com/live/aircrafttype/A333 <-- That will search for A330-300 flights currently operating to/from the US, and you can change the URL to end with A332 to search for A330-200 flights.

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Re: No NWA a330's?

Post by Aaron Robinson » 23 Oct 2009, 15:59

I can name all current and recent A330 routes off the top of my head, if needed. But, please at least give me some filters (e.g., destinations, regions, etc.). Thanks.
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Re: No NWA a330's?

Post by flyingking12093 » 23 Oct 2009, 20:21

Aaron Robinson wrote:I can name all current and recent A330 routes off the top of my head, if needed. But, please at least give me some filters (e.g., destinations, regions, etc.). Thanks.
Well I wanted to do a NWA flight from MSP-LHR. Can you help me with this one?
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Re: No NWA a330's?

Post by Aaron Robinson » 23 Oct 2009, 21:06

No. All Delta/Northwest flights to Heathrow are now flown with 767-400ERs because they have the lie-flat BusinessElite seats. We stopped updating the Northwest route maps, but they are still reasonably accurate for longhaul.
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