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The ITA Matrix allows you to search by aircraft type, though this is an undocumented feature. In the Advanced Routing Language field, you would input /aircraft followed by the aircraft types, indicated with a t: and using the IATA equipment codes. For example, suppose I wanted to fly from Miami to Los Angeles and was very insistent that the flights be on ...


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I'm unaware about flight search engines allowing you to specify the plane type. This is nevertheless interesting, and could indeed be a feature request for Skyscanner or similar engines. A possible strategy to circumvent this could be looking for airplane statistics. You mention the A380. According to Airbus, an increasing number of airlines are beginning ...


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You can find the site at http://www.rai.ir/ but AFAIK it's Persian only. I am slightly curious as to what you searched for on Google, really:


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Tatkal tickets can be booked on IRCTC, the procedure is outlined at https://www.irctc.co.in/eticketing/staticPage/TatkalBooking.html


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This is an Iranian website you can use for booking: http://en.hotelyar.com/ Even without booking you can find after arriving Iran.


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The best website to plan a trip in europe like an InterRail is http://www.eurorailplanner.com/


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Generally speaking, US businesses are not allowed to do business with/in Iran (there are some exceptions). In practice this means that American accommodation finders can not (or will not) offer accommodation inside Iran as this would run the risk of them breaking US law and getting fined immensely for it. Yes, with the current nuclear deal being a ...


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It's probably not the broker who changed the flight but the airline, which indeed has the right to cancel and/or reschedule flights. However it would seem that, according to the FAQ page from AirTicket24, you can ask for compensation in case of substantial changes: 23. What happens if the airline changes its flights? The airlines are sometimes ...


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Where you are from and where you want to go? For flights around Europe you could try airixo.com. It will show you all the places you can fly to from your location, when and for how much (you can filter the results by maximum number of changes etc.). Downsides: it's basically just Europe and it seems they search only low-cost carriers.


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Adioso lets you search for any time. Additionally Skyscanner lets you search across an entire month. Generally Skyscanner has a better range. Bren on the road has a good overview of searching for a trip in this way.


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Padmapper aggregates AirBnB, Craigslist and more traditional sites for America, Canada and the United Kingdom. In general these sites target different areas which is probably why a global search engine doesn't exist.



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