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Old 20th Aug 2018, 05:40
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wiggy
 
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Originally Posted by PAXboy View Post
On the day, whilst waiting, you can amuse yourself by using one of the flight monitoring services to identify which aircraft is due to operate your flight. Then track it and see where it is an how much on schedule it is. I have sat in lounges with info displaying the flight as on time, whilst I can see that the aircraft is behind schedule on its previous service. Helps plan your time.
In the context of BA I’d say that tactic works OK at the outstations..However a health warning - it has on (rare) occasions been known to backfire with unfortunate results for some at LHR when the inbound service has been so disrupted that Ops have magically switched aircraft between services and/or also by magic managed to produce a standby crew...





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