N864DA From United States of America, joined Apr 2004, 259 posts, RR: 4
Reply 13, posted (8 years 10 months 4 weeks 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 10540 times:
All of the CO 767s are a great ride. My outbound EWR-ZRH was upgraded to a 767-400 and that was the best ride I have ever experienced in any aircraft - just rock solid and you hardly felt the climb and as quiet as anything in the economy cabin. The 762 seems a bit more outdated by comparison, but it is no less roomy and comfy. It also rides solid though it is not as quiet. When combined with the 2-3-2 seating, the new 777-style cabin really gives the 767s that airy feel.
Quoting N484ER (Thread starter): When did Continental Airlines begin upgrading their 767-200/ER's? How many aircraft will be converted?
All of the 767s, the -200s included have the upgraded cabin. They have been flying since late 2000.
The IFE is very good; there is a variety of video/music/interactive features to keep one busy. It is not one of the superb AVOD systems found in some European/Asian airlines (not to mention the NWA A330s), but it is good enough. They are definitely worth checking out.
Pdpsol From United States of America, joined Feb 2004, 1120 posts, RR: 5
Reply 14, posted (8 years 10 months 4 weeks 1 day 20 hours ago) and read 10458 times:
I had the pleasure of flying both the CO 767-224ER and the 767-424ER in BusinessFirst back in 2000 when these where factory-fresh. The service was impeccable in both instances. I especially loved the single middle seat in BusinessFirst; I felt I had the whole cabin to myself.
I flew CO EWR-GIG on the 767-224ER when they still had the route! They need to get non-stops from NYC back to GIG pronto! It is a fabulous city-pair and I believe GIG flights to the US have a great future.
Also, only 10 767-224ER's and 16 767-424ER's isn't quite a large fleet for CO, is it? I would imagine they could do with quite a bit more.
Nrcnyc From United States of America, joined Apr 2005, 111 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (8 years 10 months 4 weeks 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 10326 times:
I flew on the a 764( as far as I can recall) with the new interior in buisnessfirst EWR-HNL-EWR. It was the best flight on an American carrier I have had in a long time. Good food, good rest, good service, and a nice clean plane.
AeroTycoon From United States of America, joined Jan 2006, 101 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (8 years 10 months 4 weeks 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 10119 times:
Quoting AKelley728 (Reply 11): Wasn't there talk of AC doing this to their 767s until the 787s come?
Good lord do they need to. AC 767s are HORRIBLE. Not to bash a good airline, but their 767 are definetly substandard on the inside. Unconfortable and shabby. However, the AC A333 I flew on was very nice.
: Here's a photo of the Boeing "Enhanced Interior" on a 767... It is fitted to the whole First Choice 767 fleet. As you said, it isn't exactly the same
: While we are on the subject, Here are some more Photos of the First Choice Airways Boeing 767 Star Class Premier Cabin: Nice Legroom! I found them the
: Yes Heath Tecna, Northwest Composites and Boeing all offer retrofit 777 style interiors. The three new ones will come from Boeing that way, the rest
: My CO GVA-EWR flight is on the 767-200 and its wonderful. Being a Mexican I've flown on AMs equivalent and they are lightyears apart. But AM will catc
: I love the interior of CO 767s, it is wonderful
: Did ThomsonFly fit the retrofit Signature 767 cabin?
: As per my post above, Thomsonfly's 767-200s have the enhanced interior, their 767-300s don't. I'm reposting the image from my previous post below alo
: That enhanced interior looks really nice! ... wait a sec... does FCA really use 2-3-2 for premium AND Economy?!
: The CO 764s are superb aircraft in which to fly - nice pitch, great IFE and good service. We used to get them into DUB (and indeed, 762s sometimes). H
: IAH-EWR usually has one most of the year, sometimes more. IAH-LAX used to get a 764 positioning flight, but doesn't anymore. IAH-MCO used to get a 76
: Currently CO have three IAH-EWR flights with the 762. This number decreases in the summer though.
: They all have the traditional 757/767 cockpit. AFAIK, CO captains are type-rated on both the 757s and the 762s but not the 764s. N864DA
: Not as nice as the Heath Tecna interior. LAN is the first customer and the mods will start later this year. In addition to the ceiling and bin change
: Yes FCA really do use the 2-3-2 configuration in Premium and Economy on the Boeing 767s. Plus, if they didn't those Photographs would show otherwise.