How do I find flight information?
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- Go to the airline’s website. Enter in your reservation, confirmation or credit card number where appropriate.
- Call the airline.
- Go to the airport.
- Download an application for your iPhone, mobile or smartphone that enables you to check the status and details of your flight.
Can you look up old flight numbers?
1 Answer. Depending on the airline, you might be able to look up information at FlighStats.com, though data older than a few days requires that you create a (free) account. FlightAware and FlightWise may also be of interest, though these require a paid account for historical data.
Which terminal is Hawaiian Airlines at HNL?
Check-in for all Hawaiian Airlines flights is in Terminal 1.
Can you look up a flight by name?
No. Only way somebody else can check your reservation is if that person knew your name, flight number and the reservation code. Even then, they would not know if you boarded the flight. No airline will give out the passenger list of a given flight.
How long is a flight number?
At the most basic level, flight numbers can only be up to 4 digits long. Airlines can choose any number from 1 to 9999. Due to superstition, they avoid using flight numbers 13, 666 and the like.
Are flight records public?
As a result, flight data collected by the FAA in its air traffic control system – except for military and sensitive government flights – is public information. Web sites such as FlightAware post the data online, allowing anyone to observe the system and follow most planes virtually in real time.
How early should you arrive at Honolulu airport?
Passengers are urged to arrive at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport at least two hours prior to overseas flights and 90 minutes before Interisland flights, or as advised by your airline.
Do flight numbers mean anything?
A flight number is a specific code that an airline assigns to a particular flight in its network. With a few exceptions, flights are usually numbered based on their direction of travel. For example, north and eastbound flights are assigned even numbers, while south and westbound flights are numbered odd.