Amerijet Cargo Management System (ACMS) - Flight Numbers
Finding a Flight Number
Amerijet Truck Route and Airplane Flight Numbers
- The first digit indicates origin station for trucks or region for air:
|1 = LAX ||2 = YYZ |
|3 = ATL||4 = ORD |
|5 = IAH ||6 = JFK |
|7 = Mexico & Belize||8 = Caribbean & Central/South America|
|9 = MSY |
The second digit indicates departure day:
|3 ||Wednesday |
|4 ||Thursday |
- The third digit assigns a trip sequence.
For trucks, odd number routes are outbound trucks to MIA and even number routes return from MIA back to a domestic station. For example, truck route 311 goes from ATL to MIA on Monday
and truck 320 returns from MIA to ATL on Tuesday.
Odd number air routes fly outbound from MIA and even number routes fly inbound to MIA.
For example, flight 811 leaves MIA for POS on a Monday
and 810 returns from POS to MIA.
For more information, see Domestic Station Truck Schedules and Amerijet Outbound Air Schedules on the Intranet.
Interline Flight Numbers
- For larger airlines, use OAG CargoDisk™ to view available flights between points. If you do not have a CargoDisk subscription, email ~Interline for assistance.
- For smaller Interline Carriers that do not participate in OAG, see Interline Schedules on the Amerijet Intranet.
Book all interline flights through Customer Service.