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Topic: UAL 777 In Las Vegas On Sunday
Username: Goomba
Posted 2004-04-20 18:48:00 and read 4209 times.

I was at the D concourse flying home to ATL on DL from LAS on Sunday around 10:30 in the AM.

I noticed across the hall at gate D37 that there was a 777 from UAL there. The departure sign at the gate stated that she was headed for SFO.

Does UAL usually fly a 777 from LAS to SFO, or was this some kind of charter?

Does anyone know about this?

Please advise...

Topic: RE: UAL 777 In Las Vegas On Sunday
Username: Qqflyboy
Posted 2004-04-20 19:50:43 and read 4095 times.

Not sure what that was... SABRE lists all UA flights from LAS to SFO as Ted A320s. There is a flight to SFO at 10:37, but no 777.

Topic: RE: UAL 777 In Las Vegas On Sunday
Username: FA4UA
Posted 2004-04-21 01:11:26 and read 3899 times.

I was at SFO going on a 772 to HNL on Sunday and there was a 744 going to Vegas at a nearby gate. I've been hearing through the grapevine that we added extra segments to handle all the Spring Break loads. I know for a fact we flew extra 744 segments in and out of LHR over the past couple of weeks.

FA4UA

Topic: RE: UAL 777 In Las Vegas On Sunday
Username: Worldoftui
Posted 2004-04-21 03:47:22 and read 3786 times.


I was in SFO, and saw the 777 parked at the gate operating a TED flight to LAS - probably the same one. Flight was delayed by at least an hour or so - was an early morning flight. The easyinfo displays at the gate advised that the aircraft had been delayed - can't remember why. Gate area did not look definitely busy. But you weren't seeing things - 777 definitely operated TED flight from SFO to LAS.


Mark

Topic: RE: UAL 777 In Las Vegas On Sunday
Username: Goomba
Posted 2004-04-21 20:08:27 and read 3592 times.

Load balancing with a 777. Nice! Thanks for the input.


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