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If you have a specific flight in mind, with the flight number, you can use FlightAware, which has pretty good global coverage for most airlines. The duration is shown on the right: actual duration for …
answered Jul 8 '16 by Zach Lipton
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Weather Underground has a nice trip planner feature for exactly this use-case. Tell it where you're going and when and it will show you the average temperature and range for the last 20 years, how man …
answered Feb 22 '16 by Zach Lipton
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Start with the list of the busiest airports in France, including territories and overseas departments. It's likely that this omits particularly far-flung destinations, and if you really want to be tho …
answered Sep 2 '17 by Zach Lipton
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The website timeanddate.com has a large number of tools for looking up all sorts of information about, well, times and dates. They have time calculators, time zone converters, time zone maps, a worl …
answered Mar 21 '16 by Zach Lipton
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Kayak has alliance filters (on the left, you can filter between carrier and alliance filters). Hipmunk also lets you filter by alliance under "airlines." Google Flights works much the same way.
answered Mar 29 '16 by Zach Lipton
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Consider TripIt. You can forward pretty much every receipt/confirmation/booking email to plans@tripit.com, and it will automatically scrape them and add the details to your itinerary, which you can vi …
answered Jan 4 '18 by Zach Lipton
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Certainly. They can often be found at grocery and drug stores with the other gift cards. You can find a list of retailers on websites like Visa's locator. You'll probably want one with a Visa or Maste …
answered Jun 7 '18 by Zach Lipton
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The train stations included are some of those train stations that are integrated with air travel as part of an air-rail alliance for single ticketing. For example, I can search for travel from 30th …
answered Jun 22 '18 by Zach Lipton
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ITA Matrix lets you search like this, but it won't actually book your flights. Use the "advanced routing codes" option and the specific flight syntax F:AA1234" (for AA 1234). You'd then need to find …
answered Mar 10 '16 by Zach Lipton
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The MyTSA App has some of this information, though it's crowdsourced (plus some historical "how busy is it likely to be" data), and may be basically useless given a lack of reported results. There ar …
answered Jan 26 by Zach Lipton
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It's rather common for unpublished fares to subject to special rules including a "no upgrades" policy. These are discount fares offered through travel agents and consolidators, generally for the leisu …
answered Dec 11 '16 by Zach Lipton