Bimmerkid19 From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (7 years 8 months 23 hours ago) and read 3272 times:
go and look at http://www.nwa.com/travel/trave/seatm/ .. its listed right under atlantic. maybe they are planning something that we dont know? Winglets on -300? that would look interesting not long extremely long and looks like a flying pencil with wings... but also winglets..
PSU.DTW.SCE From United States of America, joined Jan 2002, 7836 posts, RR: 27
Reply 12, posted (7 years 8 months 22 hours ago) and read 2987 times:
NW flies 5 variations of 757. 4 different configurations in the -200, 1 type for the -300
757-200 5500 series Domestic: 22 F / 160 Y
The oldest group of NW's 752's, delivered primarily in the 1980's. Do no have overwing exits. Used strictly for dometic flights
757-200 5600 series Domestic: 22 F / 162 Y
The newer group of NW's 752's, delivered in the mid 90's and newer. Have two overwing exits. Also have a slightly more up-to-date interior, and were partially ETOPs ready when delivered. Used strictly for domestic flights
757-200 5600 series Pacific: 20 J / 162 Y
This small subfleet is based out of NRT for Intra-Asia flying. First class cabin is modified and sold as (World) Business Class and offers slightly more pitch than the domestic first class cabin, hence 2 less seats and the change in the position of the closet storage up front. They fly the following routes:
757-200 5600 series Trans-Atlantic: 16 J / 144 Y
The subfleet of 10 aircraft has been ETOPS certified, fitted with winglets, and had new interiors installed to begin Trans-Atlantic service this spring. A modified World Business Class replaced the domestic first class. Coach offers slightly more seat pitch due to few seats in order to achieve desirable range/payload performance.
Routes include (not all have started yet)
DTW-AMS (5th daily)
DTW-FRA (2nd daily)
BOS-AMS (2nd daily)
JFK-AMS (in addition to 2x KLM beginning in late 07/early 08)
757-300 5800 series, domestic: 24 F / 200 Y
NW's largest domestic aircraft, this fleet of 16 aircraft is used to operate West Coast-Hawaii, and the main trunk line domestic routes out of DTW & MSP. These aircraft are ETOPS. Domestic routes examples include, but not limited or have shown up at some point to DTW-MSP/LAX/MEM/SEA/SFO/MCO/LAS/PHL/BWI/RSW. MSP-DTW/MEM/SEA/PDX/SFO/LAX/PHX/MCO/ANC/IND etc. etc.
NW US Mainland - Hawaii flights - all operated by 757-300, *except MSP-HNL which is A330-300
SEA-HNL ( 2x daily)
ANC-OGG/KOA-HNL-ANC (winter seasonal)