Check Out The Beta Version Of The New Flight Schedule

by Kerwin McKenzie on February 20, 2015

We’ve opened up the beta site for everyone to now test the new engine. Please check it out and then leave a comment and tell me what you think. It’s still in beta, so strange things may happen. I know it took forever to even get to this step, but the changes were made based on your feedback and a lot of testing is behind it all.

Check it out now!

Flight Schedule Bata Flight Schedule Bata

 

 

Here’s an explanation of how it all works:

  • <–> – will switch the From and the To fields
  • Via – Use to show only connecting flights via a particular airport; of course the “All” options must be chosen in the Stops box.
  • Specific Date – Shows a schedule just for your date in question
  • 7-Day Window – Shows flights for 3 days before and after your chosen date
  • Show Codeshare – choose No, to show the operating airline only
  • Interline – Will show connections with mixed airlines if the All airline option is selected
Here are some of the screens:
Flight Schedule Specific Date Flight Schedule Specific Date

 

 

Flight Schedule 7-Day Option Flight Schedule 7-Day Option

 

 

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avatar Jonathon mccommack February 23, 2015 at 2:37 am

Hi, I like the new format, especially the ability to choose the connection airport.  But the results are a little confusing.
Example: when you choose “all flights” and there is also nonstop flight results they’ll appear like
SEA PHX 0600-0900 WN999
OAK PHX. 0830-1000 WN888
ONT PHX 0900-1030 WN555
Travel time: 6hrs
Instead of just the nonstop flight

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avatar Kerwin McKenzie February 23, 2015 at 4:10 am

Thanks Jonathan,
Appreciate the feedback.
Good find. I wanted to ensure that you were paying attention :-).
We’ll take a look at why this is occurring and get it corrected as soon as possible.

Thank you for your support.
Kerwin.
http://www.Passrider.com
http://www.Facebook.com/Passrider

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