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how do i know if the plane im going to be flying on will be able to use this?

http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APPL...&nplm=MA598Z/A

im going to be flying out of the country in a couple of months and i want to use my mbp to watch movies and play with photoshop and what not, and i just wanted to know how will i know if i can use this adapter on the plane?
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what plane is it? airline? if its made by boeing i could tell ya.

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http://www.seatguru.com/articles/in-...ptop_power.php
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ambivalent:
airline: air india
plane: airbus 744

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Sorry to hijack (no pun intended), but I'm flying to the US in August, on a Boeing 757 operated by Continental - what do you reckon, Ambivalent?

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is an airbus a boeing?
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Sorry to hijack (no pun intended), but I'm flying to the US in August, on a Boeing 757 operated by Continental - what do you reckon, Ambivalent?
Depends on which version of the 757 you are on. If you are on a 757-200 you will have power if youa re seated between rows 1-16. If its a 757-300 you won't have power

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Depends on which version of the 757 you are on. If you are on a 757-200 you will have power if youa re seated between rows 1-16. If its a 757-300 you won't have power
Err, okay.

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Depends on which version of the 757 you are on. If you are on a 757-200 you will have power if youa re seated between rows 1-16. If its a 757-300 you won't have power



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ok, since the airbus is not a boeing should i spend my money on the airline adapter? or is there any alternative?
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So basically, since my company is cheap & will not spring for anything more than coach, I can pretty much know I won't have a power outlet on my seat when I fly for business?
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posh seats only guys my bet is get on ebay for a 2nd battery.
not worth it for me, i dont travel enough to justify it..ill just make due with my ipod and sleep
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there will definitely be power supply on long haul flights, on the boeing 777's or 747's and the airbus 340's,IF YOU FLY BUSINESS OR 1ST on any of the international airlines. other than that, like what was mentioned above, only very specific seats have power supply.
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im going to ask the airline if ill have power, but not too sure what to ask them so they will understand my question....what exactly should i ask??

p.s. ill be flying to london, im sure that is considered a long haul flight
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