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Where Do You Find The Point of Origination For A Flight?

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Where can I find out where a flight orginates from? I have the flight number and the airline.

I am flying to Chicago tomorrow and must switch planes in CLT (I'm flying USAir) and want to go on the offensive to make sure my connecting flight doesn't originate in the Midwest where all the ice and snow is heading.

Does that make sense?

I already went to the US Airways site and it just told me where the flight goes after Charlotte.

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