**Corrected**If your flight left Hong Kong at 9:34pm this is the flight it is on!!

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    snook911 macrumors 6502a

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    It looks like the adjusted flight 69's info and if its now correct it left hong kong at around 7:00pm so it could not be our plane. It looks like if you have a departure scan from Hong Kong at 9:34 your iPhone is on flight 59. I updated the link below.

    Lands in Anchorage Alaska at 3:33pm Local time(which might change). Here they come!!:D

    http://flightaware.com/live/flight/UPS59


    **UPDATE** Plane is scheduled to leave Alaska at 5:05pm and land in Ontario, CA at 10:28pm. (that's like 40 miles from me!!!)
     
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    Thanks! I was just going to hunt down the thread that told how to determine this and now I don't have to. :)
     
  3. snook911 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Your welcome. Last year my 4S did not make it Alaska until 2 days before the launch and that made me a little nervous. Glad this year it will be in the States 5 days ahead of the launch.
     
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    Well if your departure scan was made shortly before that plane took off and there where no other Ups planes taking off around that time then I'd say your phone is on that plane. Look for the arrival scan a little after the plane lands.
     
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    Just noticed the activity log at the bottom of the screen. it looks like a few hours after it lands our phones will be off to Louisville. This is the 3rd time its made this trip since September 3rd. I wonder how many iPhones can fit on a 747? :rolleyes:
     
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    After I'm finally finished snickering at the name of the city in Hong Kong where the flight took off from, I'll have a look. :)
     
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    Lol. When I first glanced at the screen I read the abbreviation for Anchorage as "PANIC." And I almost did. :)
     
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    I departed at 9:34 as well. Mine is probably on that flight too.
     
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    Thanks for posting the map.

    Waiting for someone to ask why it is taking such a long flight going up to Anchorage and then back down.

    Those that understand flights, and the roundness of the earth will get it, but the rest.....
     
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    Going from Hong Kong to Alaska isn't that bad of a flight. I did it when I was coming back from Vietnam. But seeing the PANC as the destination was kind of a good small laugh to have.
     
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    how do i find out which flight my ups is on? it left Korea at 11:29pm
     
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    Yes, my phone departed from Chek Lap Kok at 9:34pm.

    :D

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    Isn't Louisville where the superginormous UPS processing center is located?

    Off to Google...

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    Yep, Worldport. Someone posted a video about that place on one of these threads. Crazy, huge place... processes a million packages a day or something like that.
     
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    Yes there is a giant one in Louisville. It is one of their main hubs.
     
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    Mine too! I'm curious as well!
     
  21. snook911 thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Here is the list of departures for the airport I think it would have been at but I don't see any UPS planes leaving after 11:29pm. There was one that left at 10:10pm. You can keep checking for updates.

    http://flightaware.com/live/airport/RKSI/departures

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    See the post above^^^^
     
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    lol looks like we are flying the plane together my man
     
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    Darn. I was enjoying the immature chuckle I got at my phone being on Flight 69. :p
     
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    When it appears in Alaska, that's customs.

    Once when I ordered a BTO MBP (2010) it got stuck, along with others on the same pallet, for ten days.

    Customs is very picky, just one glitch with the paperwork they require and the shipment is put on hold until it gets cleared up.

    Hopefully nothing will hold up iPhones from being cleared.
     

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