checking flight loads

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  1. Singapore Flyer

    Singapore Flyer Silver Member

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    Sorry for the newbie question, but is there a way for me to find out the flight load of a particular flight? I am looking a flight on B6 the flight before Presidents Day. It is a late flight...10pm out of JFK to MCO. It looks really light based on seat selection, less than 20% at first glance. Wondering if I should wait for a price drop since we are 6 weeks from flight time. My buddy at B6 said that they probably would do that if it is indeed light. Unfortunately, he isn't at work this week to ask/check for me.
     
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    Scottrick Gold Member

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    Check ExpertFlyer or FlightStats.
     
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    emwitty Silver Member

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    These are good because they will tell you all the current fare buckets and what JetBlue advertises to be the current availability in those buckets. But for looking at the availability visually, the JetBlue website might actually give you the best view since JetBlue Seat Maps will always show "Even More Legroom" seats as occupied on ExpertFlyer.com making it look like the whole front part of the plane is booked.
     
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    Thanks Scott and Emwitty!
     
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