As we know....... a 777 has been in GSO for a long time. Siting with some new seats and some old. it looks like either they finally got the correct seats or just put the old economy seats back into the plane.
I was waiting/wondering how long UA was going to let it sit. Especially since they are doing a TON of 744 charters and other stuff and the fleet it starting to be stretched thin.
Transpac787 From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 3208 posts, RR: 13
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Quoting AAH732UAL (Thread starter): Especially since they are doing a TON of 744 charters and other stuff and the fleet it starting to be stretched thin.
Actually I think it's the other way around. Given all of the routes that have switched from 744 to 777, the 777 fleet is stretched pretty thin.
The 744's and 763's will be completed faster than scheduled, while the 777's have awhile to go yet. I started a thread about this awhile back, and I think something like 7 or 8 of the 21x 3-cabin 763's have been completed, along with 4 or 5 of the 24x 744's having been completed.