We deduct a credit when you see the details of a particular historical flight, and you have not previously looked it up. If you look up a historical flight that has more than one hop in the same day with the same flight number, we deduct a credit for every flight you view. This is very common for hub and spoke flights and also for carriers like Southwest that hop the same flight number across the country.
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- Can you tell me more about the Historical Flight Status feature on FlightStats.com?
- Do you show on-time, delay or cancellation information in the Historical Flight Status By Route/Airport listings?
- Can I see all historical flights departing or arriving a particular airport?
- Can I see all historical flights on a particular route?
- What if I don't know the historical flight number?
- Can I use this information for passenger claims against the airlines?
- At what point does my historical flight lookup allotment get deducted?
- If I cancel my subscription, what happens to my reserve allotment of historical flight lookups?
- Do reserve credits expire?
- What is meant by reserve credits?
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