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United/Cont. Existing Fleet Upgrade Status 15  
User currently offlineiowaman From United States of America, joined May 2004, 4435 posts, RR: 6
Posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 20 hours ago) and read 42395 times:
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As the previous thread was quite lengthy please continue the discussion here if so desired.

Previous thread:
United/Cont. Existing Fleet Upgrade Status 14 (by LipeGIG Dec 10 2012 in Civil Aviation)

274 replies: All unread, showing first 25:
 
User currently offlineqfatwa From New Zealand, joined Jun 1999, 738 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 18 hours ago) and read 42333 times:

The data:

Added N832HK.

United - Mainline REMAINING = 26 [3 x 752 not to be painted] : Total (176/202).
B744 (12/23) 104-105 [2], 107, 116-117 [2], 119, 127-128 [2], 177, 180, 197, 199. [One in Charter Livery]
B752 (89/92) [former UA] 502-516 [15], 518-526 [9], 528-530 [3], 533-541/543-581/584-590/592-598 [62]. Remaining unlikely to be repainted - planned for fleet exit soon.
B763 (22/35) 643-644 [2], 647, 652-653 [2], 656-657 [2], 663-677 [15].
B772 (52/52) [former UA] 204, 206, 209-229 [21], 768-769 [2], 771-788 [18], 791-799 [9] ..... COMPLETED,

United - Mainline COMPLETED : Total (504/504) = 100%
A319 (55/55)
A320 (97/97)
B735 (8/8)
B73G (36/36)
B738 (130/130)
B739 (67/67) [entering fleet, one tail in CO Retro Livery].
B752 (41/41) former CO
B753 (21/21) .
B762 (5/5)
B764 (16/16)
B772 (22/22) former CO
B787 (6/6) 901-906 [entering fleet].
____________________________________________________

United Express - Total Express REMAINING (268/439)
ERJ-145 Chautauqua (3/8) 266SK, 267SK, 288SK.
ERJ-145 ExpressJet ex UA EX two blue (10/22) 16541-14542 [2], 11544, 11547, 16559, 16561-14562 [2], 14568, 14573, 16999.
ERJ-145 Trans States (7/20) 802HK, 809HK-811HK [3], 832HK, 835HK-836HK [2].
ERJ-145 ExpressJet ex CO EX (109/116) 11535-11536 [2], 13538-11539 [2], 14543, 11548-14558 [11], 14562, 12564-12567 [4], 16571-15572 [2], 10575; 12900, 14902-29906 [5], 15910-16919 [10], 12921-12922 [2], 14925-14930 /15932-13975 [50], 14977-13981/15983-13988 [11], 14991-13992 [2], 11994-14998 [5].
ERJ-170 Shuttle America (14/38) 631RW-639RW [9], 641RW-642RW [2], 653RW, 856RW-857RW [2].
CRJ-700 GoJet (19/25) 151GJ-169GJ [19].
CRJ-700 Mesa (7/20) 505MJ-506MJ [2], 508MJ, 510MJ, 512MJ-513MJ [2], 515MJ.
CRJ-700 SkyWest (33/70) 701SK-703SK [2], 705SK-710SK [6], 712SK-713SK [2], 715SK-716SK [2], 718SK-719SK [2], 724SK, 726SK-728SK [3], 730SK, 742SK-745SK [4], 750SK-752SK [3], 754SK, 763SK, 765SK-768SK [4], 771SK, 774SK..
CRJ-200 ASA, now Expressjet (5/14) 820AS, 829AS, 829AS-830AS [2], 835AS.
CRJ-200 SkyWest (50/63) 903SW, 905SW, 910SW, 912SW-913SW [2], 915SW-920SW [6], 923SW, 925SW-930SW [6], 932SW, 934SW-939SW [6], 941SW, 943SW, 945SW-946SW [2], 948SW, 952SW, 954SW, 956SW-965SW [10], 967SW, 969SW-971SW [4], 976SW, 979SW-980SW [2], 471CA.
Dash 8-400 ex Lynx (1/4) 507LX.
B1900D Silver Gulfstream (10/14) 81535-81536 [2]. 82539, 17541-47542 [2], 81546-69547 [2], 87551, 81556 -87557 [2].
EMB-120 SkyWest (0/25) [14 in UA blue paint, 11 in gray paint and 17 extra in SkyWest House Paint].

United Express - COMPLETED Total (162/162) = 100%
ERJ-145XR ExpressJet (104/104) COMPLETED.
ERJ-135LR ExpressJet (7/7) COMPLETED.
Dash 8-400 ex Colgan (28/28) COMPLETED - total to be confirmed.
Q200 CommutAir (16/16) COMPLETED.
Q300 CommutAir (5/5) COMPLETED.
ATR 42-320 (2/2) COMPLETED.
_______________________________________________

TOTAL (1109/1,306) = 84.83%
______________________________________________________________________________

INTERIOR MODIFICATIONS

Airbus new interior bins
A319: 4026, 4029, 4049,
A320: 4207, 4230, 4249, 4656, 4258, 4266, 4280, 4285, 4287, 4291, 4293, 4295, 4298

New First & Business Seats for former United International Widebodies

B772* (39/43=88.37%) : 204, 209, 216-229 [14], 769, 771, 773-778 [6], 780-785 [6], 787-788 [2], 792-795 [4], 797-798 [2] (6 aircraft #210-215 are in domestic configuration).
B772 HI/Dom Config (0/3-0%) [3 of remaining 7 - 768/772/779/786/791/796/799 may be reconfigured domestic]
B744 (23/23-100%) - Complete
B763 (21/21-100%) - Complete
B763 (2 Cabin) (14/14=100%) - Complete
TOTAL (97/104-93.26%)

* Includes 3-3-3 configuration in Y, United Forward/Rear facing, former UA, BusinessFirst Seats and Global First cabin
* 777 fleet reconfiguration should be complete by 2013.

New BusinessFirst Lie Flat Seats for former Continental International fleet

B752 (41/41-100%); B764 (12/12- 100%) {Likely (0/4- 0%) former AirMike}; B772 (22/22-100%) = TOTAL (75/75-100%)

Economy Plus conversion
COMPLETED - 772; 764 (Four Hawaii aircraft not included); 752; 73G (Four Micronesia aircraft not included); 735.

NOT COMPLETED:
753 - 1 Ship : 0854.
739 - 13 Ships : 0443-0455.
738 - 31 Ships : 0260-0277; 0519-0531...... (Eight Micronesia aircraft not included).

[Edited 2013-02-19 20:23:52]

User currently offlineFriendlySkies From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 4120 posts, RR: 5
Reply 2, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 18 hours ago) and read 42270 times:

Quoting qfatwa (Reply 1):

It was confirmed in the previous thread that the first HI config went in for mods as well.


User currently offlineje89_w From United States of America, joined Mar 2002, 2362 posts, RR: 9
Reply 3, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 42177 times:
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Quoting FriendlySkies (Reply 2):
It was confirmed in the previous thread that the first HI config went in for mods as well.

Yes, N69063 is already in HKG and is the first of four Air Mike birds to receive the same interior as the other 12 B764s.


User currently offlineCALPSAFltSkeds From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 2731 posts, RR: 9
Reply 4, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 17 hours ago) and read 42146 times:

Quoting je89_w (Reply 3):
Quoting FriendlySkies (Reply 2):
It was confirmed in the previous thread that the first HI config went in for mods as well.

Yes, N69063 is already in HKG and is the first of four Air Mike birds to receive the same interior as the other 12 B764s.

And it could be that the first UA 772A Hawaiian aircraft is in the shop. N215UA has been in SFO since 1/22 - not sure the reason. If new config, expected to keep 2-5-2 in back and move 7 across Business seats to the front of the aircraft with probably 5 rows of 7 for a config of 35-312.


User currently offlineantoniemey From United States of America, joined Dec 2005, 1608 posts, RR: 4
Reply 5, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 12 hours ago) and read 41958 times:

Quoting n515cr (Reply 253):
photo confirms N832HK in new colors

I worked that one today, thought she looked a bit shiny...


Does anyone know if a standard interior color scheme has been picked for regional aircraft or if they're just leaving them with whatever they've already got (even after heavy checks) until they retire the current frames?

As much as I was a CO fan, I do prefer the UAEx interior scheme on the ExpressJet birds... I never got the lavender and grey mix on the COEx operation.



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User currently offlinen515cr From United States of America, joined Oct 2007, 454 posts, RR: 0
Reply 6, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 41751 times:

Quoting CALPSAFltSkeds (Reply 4):
N215UA has been in SFO since 1/22 - not sure the reason. If new config, expected to keep 2-5-2 in back and move 7 across Business seats to the front of the aircraft with probably 5 rows of 7 for a config of 35-312.

Flying UA201 tomorrow SFO-HNL-GUM.

Also, N768UA and N799UA have both been in SFO since monday...


User currently offlinejayunited From United States of America, joined Jan 2013, 1040 posts, RR: 2
Reply 7, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 41692 times:

If the curet expectation are correct United will go from 6 777 in domestic configuration to 13 777. Why would United need so many domestic 777's? The only 2 markets to Hawaii where I can see UA needing to add domestic 777's is LAX-HNL and probably EWR-HNL. DEN-HNL market is all over the place at times its a 757, 767 and there was even a time when UA did use a 777 but it seems like a 767 should be enough capacity on this route and as far as IAD-HNL putting a 777 on that route would be to much capacity. The 764 UA currently uses on this route is probably the right amount that this market can support dumping a 777 with 315 seats in coach on this route just seems like a waste.

So besides the Hawaii market what other domestic markets need a 777 because since the merger sUA use of wide body aircraft on domestic routes has been reduced drastically in favor of increasing the number of non stops in particular markets and moving/refurbishing those domestic aircraft to international service/routes.


User currently offlineFriendlySkies From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 4120 posts, RR: 5
Reply 8, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 41669 times:

Quoting jayunited (Reply 7):
If the curet expectation are correct United will go from 6 777 in domestic configuration to 13 777.

It will be 9, 3 more 772s will receive IPTE and 3 of the remaining old international config will go to domestic, plus the current 6.

The 14 763s that were converted to 2-class international were more or less replaced by 12 753s, and now the 4 764 HI configs will be replaced by 3 high density 772s. The original 6 will be kept domestic as well. They are not adding high-density capacity, they are standardizing around 2 types to shift other widebodies to international lift and growth. In fact,, they are actually reducing the total number high-density aircraft.


User currently offlineSchweigend From United States of America, joined Jun 2010, 640 posts, RR: 2
Reply 9, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 41433 times:

Quoting jayunited (Reply 7):
Why would United need so many domestic 777's?

I expect they'll be utilized on all the mainland routes currently having widebodies to Hawaii -- SFO, ORD, EWR, IAD, and IAH -- which will, in the cases of EWR, IAD, and IAH, represent an increase in seats. LAX, now essentially all-757 to Hawaii, could see one, but I doubt it.  

GUM to NRT and HNL will use 3-4 frames of the total 9, and that pretty much does it. I wouldn't be surprised if HNL-NRT went this way too, even though that flight is now on 3-class aircraft.

Also, UA will no doubt occasionally continue to fly 763s, 764s, and 777s to the Islands in int'l config. as they do now.

Quoting FriendlySkies (Reply 8):

  


User currently offlineaznmadsci From United States of America, joined Dec 2007, 3716 posts, RR: 6
Reply 10, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 41384 times:

Does UA's SEA-NRT flight use the 77A or will they upgauge the product?


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User currently offlineUnited1 From United States of America, joined Oct 2003, 6137 posts, RR: 9
Reply 11, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 3 days 19 hours ago) and read 41357 times:

Quoting aznmadsci (Reply 10):
Does UA's SEA-NRT flight use the 77A or will they upgauge the product?

No it's usually flown by the ER...the 77A can fly the route, and has as a sub however.

Quoting antoniemey (Reply 5):
Does anyone know if a standard interior color scheme has been picked for regional aircraft or if they're just leaving them with whatever they've already got (even after heavy checks) until they retire the current frames?

I don't think they have picked a standard interior color scheme for any of the aircraft yet....the 752 refresh uses the same fabric in Y as on the IPTE birds while new 739ERs use the CO standard.... 



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User currently offlineTranspac787 From United States of America, joined Jul 2007, 3217 posts, RR: 16
Reply 12, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 3 days 17 hours ago) and read 41284 times:

Quoting United1 (Reply 11):
No it's usually flown by the ER...the 77A can fly the route, and has as a sub however.

Lately it's been getting A-model birds pretty regularly.

Tu 19FEB - N779UA (A)
We 20FEB - N796UA (ER)
Th 21FEB - N772UA (A)
Fr 22FEB - N779UA (A)

I've been surprised to notice a few A-model birds on SFO flights recently too, most notably on UA885 SFO-KIX a week or two ago. I had no idea the A-models could reasonably fly that far.


User currently offlineCALPSAFltSkeds From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 2731 posts, RR: 9
Reply 13, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 3 days 16 hours ago) and read 41245 times:

14 aircraft 763ER 2 Class Intl Lie Flat upgrade program is now complete.
N666UA is now en route HKG-SFO 6868/21Feb.

763ER Maint:
N673UA Entered GSO 6853/20Feb
N676UA Should Exit GSO soon - Flew test hop 6869/20Feb.

Quoting n515cr (Reply 6):
Also, N768UA and N799UA have both been in SFO since monday...

N786UA could just be replacing N215UA. which is sked to exit tomorrow. It also could be the first conversion to hawaiian config.
N799UA is an ER unit and is to get ITPE. N786UA is already in SFO for ITPE with an estimated exit around 3/7/13. Doubt if there will be two in ITPE mod at the same time.

752 Maint:
N561UA sked to exit MIA 239/22Feb
N517UA (ps unit) entered SFO 2/3/13 - potential this aircraft is being pulled from service. It was on an exit list


User currently offlineFriendlySkies From United States of America, joined Aug 2004, 4120 posts, RR: 5
Reply 14, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 41101 times:

Quoting CALPSAFltSkeds (Reply 13):
N786UA could just be replacing N215UA

Any word on if 215UA has the updated HI config? It was there a month, surely that's enough time to replace 5-6 rows of seats? Or is the plan still to use p.s. seats vs the old international recliners?


User currently offlinen515cr From United States of America, joined Oct 2007, 454 posts, RR: 0
Reply 15, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 3 days 6 hours ago) and read 41016 times:

Quoting CALPSAFltSkeds (Reply 13):
N799UA is an ER unit and is to get ITPE. N786UA is already in SFO for ITPE with an estimated exit around 3/7/13. Doubt if there will be two in ITPE mod at the same time.

It's also the one that got aborted from IPTE after the 787 grounding.

Quoting CALPSAFltSkeds (Reply 13):
N517UA (ps unit) entered SFO 2/3/13 - potential this aircraft is being pulled from service. It was on an exit list

Makes sense - it's one of the last 757s in blue.

Quoting FriendlySkies (Reply 14):
Any word on if 215UA has the updated HI config? It was there a month, surely that's enough time to replace 5-6 rows of seats?

It would also required certification. Looks like it's flying UA201 today and the seat map shows the old config.


User currently offlineordramper98 From United States of America, joined May 2005, 108 posts, RR: 0
Reply 16, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 2 days 23 hours ago) and read 40881 times:

New 737-900 N37468 aircraft #3468 is enroute to MCO from BFI. Flight number is UAL 6853.

User currently offlineje89_w From United States of America, joined Mar 2002, 2362 posts, RR: 9
Reply 17, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 2 days 22 hours ago) and read 40801 times:
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Quoting FriendlySkies (Reply 14):
updated HI config?

How different will the updated Hawaii config be from the current one? In terms of passenger experience, will there be PTV in Y?


User currently offlinen7371f From United States of America, joined Jul 2008, 1751 posts, RR: 12
Reply 18, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 2 days 19 hours ago) and read 40679 times:
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Quoting n515cr (Reply 15):
Quoting CALPSAFltSkeds (Reply 13):
N517UA (ps unit) entered SFO 2/3/13 - potential this aircraft is being pulled from service. It was on an exit list

Makes sense - it's one of the last 757s in blue.

My internal list, albiet a tad dated, shows this ship slated for retirement February 2013.


User currently offlineCALPSAFltSkeds From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 2731 posts, RR: 9
Reply 19, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 2 days 17 hours ago) and read 40593 times:

738 Maint:
N33292 exited INT 6856/21Feb - Probably routine Maint

763ER maint:
Looks like N676UA was to exit GSO, but returned to the gate 6869/20Feb

319 WiFi:
N819UA sked to enter IND 6879/22Feb - probable WiFi


User currently offlineTankereng From United States of America, joined Feb 2013, 27 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 2 days 10 hours ago) and read 40467 times:

Does anyone know if the Skywest EMB-120s are going to be repainted?

User currently offlineCALTECH From Poland, joined May 2007, 2322 posts, RR: 26
Reply 21, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 2 days 7 hours ago) and read 40363 times:

N517UA is exit completed, parked and awaiting crew for a ferry flight to TUP.

757 exit roster probably mirrors 737-900ER inductions. Can see out to June 2014.



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User currently offlineCALPSAFltSkeds From United States of America, joined Dec 2006, 2731 posts, RR: 9
Reply 22, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 1 day 18 hours ago) and read 40127 times:

763ER maint:
N676UA exited GSO 6867/22Feb - no mod done, aircraft already in new 2 Class config.

A 319 WiFi:
N814UA exited IND 6860/22Feb - presume WiFi, but unconfirmed

Reliable information from Flyer Talk thread indicates these aircraft have WiFi:
A319:
N801UA through N811UA
N813UA, N815UA, N823UA, N847UA
A320:
N435UA, N468UA
B747:
N104UA, N181UA

772 Paint:
N775UA sked to exit VCV 6878/23Feb - completes 772 Globe paint program
Expect a 763 or 744 to enter VCV, but not seen a ferry flight yet.

738 Maint:
N27205 sked to enter INT 6852/23Feb

752 Maint:
Looks like N570UA entered MIA 334/22Feb


User currently offlinecooterbill From United States of America, joined Feb 2012, 9 posts, RR: 0
Reply 23, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 40000 times:

Quoting Tankereng (Reply 20):

The plan is to begin the repaint of the EMB-120s during the second quarter of this year.


User currently offlinecosyr From United States of America, joined Jul 2012, 431 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (1 year 10 months 1 week 1 day 6 hours ago) and read 39884 times:

Quoting cooterbill (Reply 23):
The plan is to begin the repaint of the EMB-120s during the second quarter of this year.

I can't wait. Haven't seen a 120 in that livery since CO in CLE.


25 Tankereng : Thanks! I am flying on one next month on my way to Hawaii, and was curious. Looking at the list I have a chance to fly a "battleship" gray aircraft.
26 qfatwa : United - Mainline REMAINING = 24 : Total (34/58). B744 (12/23) 104-105 [2], 107, 116-117 [2], 119, 127-128 [2], 177, 180, 197, 199. [One in Charter L
27 CALPSAFltSkeds : Widebody Maint: 763ER N656UA Sked to Exit GSO 6849/24Feb 763ER N565UA sked to Enter GSO 6863/24Feb 744 N118UA Sked to Exit PEK 6864/25Feb 753 E+/DTV N
28 STT757 : Why not just fit out the entire 753 fleet, ETOPs aircraft, with the DirecTV, the ETOPs birds do make rotations within the lower 48 in addition to the
29 cosyr : Almost nothing has happened with these planes in months. I get all the UAX planes not being in a hurry to repaint, but these are the only planes left
30 BFinSF : Not sure which one was observed, but one RON'd at LGA on 2/13. I was surprised to see it.
31 CALPSAFltSkeds : Darn, it looks like 772 N768UA is operating 201/24Feb today SFO-HNL, still in its old International copnfiguration - was hoping it would get new Hawai
32 antoniemey : There were 8, but one was done last month-ish. 2 or 3 of them need a full paint job. I see them semi-regularly in BNA... two RONed the same night a w
33 CALPSAFltSkeds : 752 Fleet Exit: N517UA (winglets) sked ferry to TUP 6876/25Feb - I think TUP usually means scrap Maint: 763 N656UA Exited GSO 2/24/13 after extended 2
34 n7371f : ExpressJet flew another 2 ERJ-135's out of Kingman to IAH last week. Assuming these are being added to the operating fleet soon.
35 CALPSAFltSkeds : 753 E+/DTV N75851 sked to Exit INT 6880/24Feb with DTV/E+ FLIGHT CXLD still in INT New delivery 739ER N38467 Sked to exit MCO 6860/26Feb 772 Maint: N7
36 AA737-823 : Anyone know what's up with N179UA? Looks like it flew LAX to SYD on Thursday, with a Saturday return cancelled, and the poor lady is still there in Sy
37 CALPSAFltSkeds : N179UA sked to ferry SYD-SFO 6873/27Feb - not sure why it cxld 753 E+/DTV N75851 now sked to Exit INT 68849/26Feb with DTV/E+ 752 Maint: N566UA sked t
38 AA737-823 : Aah, the maintenance hub... on a ferry, it must be a fairly significant issue. With QF, the world's foremost 747 expert, right there in SYD, I'm havi
39 CALPSAFltSkeds : It doesn't mean the aircraft is a maintenance ferry. United uses ferry numbers 6849-6880 and 7945-7974 all the time to move aircraft around. The flig
40 DC8FanJet : ramp damage at SYD
41 CALPSAFltSkeds : A319 WiFi: N817UA sked to enter IND 6849/27Feb 744 Paint: N105UA sked to exit VCV 6857/28Feb N175UA sked to enter VCV 6856/28Feb
42 United1 : Interesting...I was going off memory. Looks like they are keeping the old product on the route. Probably cheaper to do the work in-house and QF has b
43 qfatwa : I heard that a set of stairs was blown into the aircraft by the wind causing damage. I work at Sydney Airport.
44 CALPSAFltSkeds : 772A Maint or Mod: N210UA sked PEK 6859/2Mar Could this be the Hawaiian reconfig?
45 CALPSAFltSkeds : 735 fleet exit: N14628 sked to ferry 3/1/13 HOU-PSM (Maine) probably en route to Europe N17627 is returning to service today, was in LCQ. Not a fleet
46 tommy767 : Ooo a winglet bird? Why would they scrap this one?
47 CODC10 : Lease expired, returned to lessor. Given the aircraft's age, number of hours/cycles and the resale market for a PW-powered 757, its owner obviously f
48 CALPSAFltSkeds : 739ER New Delivery: N37468 exited MCO 1719/2Mar N73G Maint: N16701 entered INT 6854/2Mar - assume just maint 319WiFi: N819UA now sked to enter IND 685
49 akelley728 : So who owns the winglets? The lessor or United? Any chance that these winglets will go to a non-winglet bird?
50 CALPSAFltSkeds : 753 Maint: N74856 now sked to exit MIA 6879/5Mar 772 Maint: N784UA sked to exit PEK 888/5Mar N77019 exited HKG 116/5Mar N78009 appears to have entered
51 n515cr : A mid-lav bird...interesting.
52 CALPSAFltSkeds : Probably just maint as the 4 previous 738s into INT have been in about 10 days each. While INT was announced as a mod station for the 738/379s, doubt
53 jporterfi : Anyone know if the 744s are going to get AC power in Y? I thought I read on SeatGuru that installation would be complete sometime in 2013.
54 mohunk : KOA-LAX week and a half ago was ex CO 757 with no channel 9 yet. When will they complete channel 9 installation on all mainline aircraft?
55 n515cr : Correction (swap) for the Trans States fleet. It looks like N808HK is now in US colors - per a 2012 picture. (807HK already in US colors). The total r
56 CALPSAFltSkeds : Oops, that was N794UA that exited PEK 319 WiFi: N819UA exited IND 6857/6Mar 772 possible ITPE: N786UA sked to exit SFO 331/8Mar N791UA sked to enter
57 CALTECH : The infamous aircraft 626 is in fleet exit status.
58 akelley728 : Why is it infamous? Is the ship where the mechanic got sucked into the engine?
59 Post contains links n515cr : Photos confirm new colors: ExpressJet N14923: http://www.flickr.com/photos/japb777/8301416051/ ExpressJet N827AS: http://www.flickr.com/photos/planes/
60 Post contains links CALPSAFltSkeds : 772 ITPE CORRECTION: N771UA (Not N791UA) entered PEK 6851/7Mar - Aircraft already has ITPE, so will be a maint visit at PEK N799UA looks to be in SFO
61 CALTECH : Not seeing that one. Maint visits for aircraft #8416, #8417 and #2029. IPTE for aircraft #2999. Also was the fleet number of Flight #1713, a DC-9-10
62 COPolynesianPub : Can someone clarify something? I was at IAH this morning, March 9th trying to nonrev UA984 from IAH to LAX. The a/c was a UA757 in the UA tulip livery
63 hhslax2 : N527UA is the only non PS bird in tulip livery. Flightaware says it flew IAH-LAX this morning.
64 CALPSAFltSkeds : 319 WiFi: N817UA exited IND 6851/9Mar N816UA entered IND 68050/9Mar 73NG Maint: 739 N25407 sked to exit INT 6879/10Mar (only in INT 3 days) 738 N14231
65 CALPSAFltSkeds : 744 maint: N107UA (in PEK since 2/18/13) sked to exit 6857/12Mar 772 Maint: N779UA Sked to enter PEK 6851/12Mar (non-ITPE non-ER unit, but don't expec
66 Hypoxik : CALTECH I noticed one of the 73's had the tapes going tonight. Did they "flip the switch" and kill all the six packs?
67 qfatwa : 739 N36469 delivered. Added Expressjet N828AS & N832AS, and N14923. United - Mainline REMAINING = 24 : Total (34/58). B744 (12/23) 104-105 [2], 10
68 DualQual : Ongoing process. All new deliveries will have the tapes (PFD/ND). The existing fleet will be reprogrammed over the course of the next few months. Eac
69 Hypoxik : Thanks. Sad to see the 500's go. But the six'r looks odd on the DU's.
70 durangomac : It was just announded on the SkyWest internal web site that the EMB-120 will start repaint in May. Sounds like just one line at the moment. I'll try t
71 kgaiflyer : There seems to be only one type left -- the ones with both galley and lav in the front. I haven't seen any E120 airframes with the galley in the back
72 durangomac : Most of SkyWest's E120's are rear galley and lav actually. I show 29 rear galley and 13 forward galley aircraft.
73 Tankereng : Just flew on SkyWest's E120,N568SW, last Wednesday, and it had a rear galley. It was painted in the light blue United colors.
74 ac888yow : Can someone please help to clarify something for me? I'll be flying UA15 and UA144 later this year (EWR-HNL-IAD) on a J reward and I'd like to know if
75 Transpac787 : Currently these flights are scheduled as 764 HD flights, the 20J/236Y configuration. However, there were only 4 of these birds - 063, 064, 065, 066 -
76 ac888yow : Many thanks for the information. I'll be flying in September/October so it seems luck is on my side.
77 CALPSAFltSkeds : 744 Paint: N118UA entered VCV 6862/13Mar- N175UA exited VCV 6876/13Mar 744 Maint: N107UA exited PEK 6857/12Mar N175UA sked to enter PEK 6850/16Mar 772
78 ordramper98 : 757, Aircraft 5996 N596UA has been at IND for months. I'm pretty sure it was in for conversion to the new "PS" product. It finally flew a test hop tod
79 Transpac787 : While I have nothing to base my conjecture on, I'd say it's *very* unlikely that 5996 will be a new p.s. bird. The 59xx series denotes winglet ETOPS
80 CODC10 : I believe this is the first reconfigured p.s. bird. While it seems incongruous that a p.s. ship be ETOPS-rated, keep in mind that the company may hav
81 DC8FanJet : PS birds fly 6 hour legs all day, exactly why the winglet aircraft are assigned. This aircraft is indeed the first "new" PS configured 757.
82 Joeljack : Why are we not tracking the conversion of Q400's to first class. A friend of mine just asked me how many had been converted...I came here and nothing.
83 CALPSAFltSkeds : 319 WiFi: N816UA exited IND 6879/15Mar (WiFi unconfirmed) N818UA entered IND 6880/16Mar 738 Maint: N16217 entered INT 6850/16Mar N73276 exited INT 685
84 CALPSAFltSkeds : 738 Maint: N14231 exited INT 3/12/13 752 New ps Config: N596UA sked to exit IND 6855/17Mar (to LAX) should have new ps config. - first one completed
85 bmibaby737 : So this aircraft is the first to receive the 28 BusinessFirst, 48 EconomyPlus & 66 Economy Class configuration? There are 15 due for this treatme
86 Post contains images Transpac787 : 68xx would be referring to its ferry flight number out of IND All sUA 757's will retain 5000-series ship numbers.
87 STT757 : The first reconfigured PS aircraft was not previously a PS aircraft, so it's possible all the new PS birds could be new to PS service. Also the seat m
88 cooterbill : N532UA is currently flying JFK-SFO, which will be its last revenue flight for United. Will begin fleet exit tomorrow (March 18). N596UA will replace i
89 Atlflyer : Any photos of a reconfigured ps bird yet?
90 tommy767 : Can we get a count put in for all sUA 757s that are getting interiors refreshed (aside PS). They likely are entering MIA and GSO.
91 CALPSAFltSkeds : 744 Maint: N116UA sked to exit PEK 888/20Mar N105UA could be replacing N116UA in PEK 3/19 The refresh program to my knowledge was being done at MCO. I
92 CALPSAFltSkeds : 752 Maint: N522UA sked to exit MCN 6859/21Mar N579UA sked to enter MCN 6863/20Mar 772 Maint: N779UA sked to exit PEK 6859/20Mar 744 Maint: N105UA ente
93 penguinflies : Will 653 be repainted? It is in the STAR ALLIANCE billboard scheme. In the Star Scheme: 767: 653UA 76055 747: 121UA 777: 218UA 794UA 78017 76021 7702
94 DualQual : GUM 73G 720 is also in star paint.
95 quiet1 : Is N779UA now in IPTE configuration?
96 FriendlySkies : 653 was already repainted in the post-merget STAR scheme.
97 CALPSAFltSkeds : No, it was only in PEK for 7 days and will be going to the Hawaiian config at some point. 319 WiFi: N818UA sked to exit IND 6857/22Mar 752 Maint: N52
98 CALPSAFltSkeds : 73NG Maint: 738 N16217 exited INT 6856/23Mar 739 N79402 entered INT 6855/23Mar 763ER Maint: N648UA sked 6851&6866/24Mar SFO-HNL-HKG (3 class aircr
99 FriendlySkies : Any idea what is going on with the remaining 737 E+ mods. I understand the mid cabin lab 738s need a lot of work, but what about the others 738s and 7
100 CALPSAFltSkeds : 752 Maint: N563UA exited MCN 6850/25Mar N520UA entered MCN 6849/25Mar 763ER Maint: N647UA sked to exit HKG 6867/26Mar N648UA enterecd HKG 6866/24Mar 7
101 tommy767 : Well yes, it's shortsighted. How CO of them. If they are going to send out 20ish sUA 757s, they better have suitable replacements for the crews. Does
102 AA737-823 : I still don't understand why they've chosen to make the distinction. Why not just add them to the CO fleet, and fly them to UA destinations, like the
103 FriendlySkies : Isn't it completely possible (if unlikely) that they will have a combined seniority list by September and this whole sUA and sCO thing will be moot?
104 tommy767 : Really? With Smisek running this airline do you honestly think something good would come out of a 739 seniority deal such as this?
105 AA737-823 : I don't really like him, but I don't see why not; while he doesn't make the POPULAR choice, he does tend to make choices which make good business sen
106 CALPSAFltSkeds : Seems to me the switch of new units to sUA is a suitable replacement for sUA crews. New deliveries are coming in all the time and they are 739ERs- af
107 tommy767 : Based on how the merger is running so far, it seems like he's made very few good and popular choices. UA is still getting it's ass kicked by Delta an
108 Post contains images sulley : I'm starting to think that ex-girlfriend that you said you hated works for CO [Edited 2013-03-26 09:32:33]
109 CODC10 : Hopefully it's just a block-hour thing. It won't take long for the distinction to be moot as SLI is coming, but UAL will probably have to start getti
110 Post contains images CALTECH : Very well could be. For some of those other low information and misinformed posters, seems they believe that the CEO of United should just layoff tho
111 CALPSAFltSkeds : 744 Paint: N118UA exited VCV 6878/26Mar No cross ferry sked into VCV - there are about 3 non-Globes transiting SFO today - maybe there is a mx issue w
112 jayunited : I was on the employee shuttle bus here at ORD and there were a few UA and CO pilots on the bus and they all were talking about the seniority integrat
113 CODC10 : The perception is that the 737 is more of a 'pilot's airplane' whereas on the Airbus you're more 'along for the ride', but there are certainly those
114 FlyHossD : I believe it will be later than September. As I recall, the last arbitration session is set for late August, but I'd expect additional sessions - and
115 DualQual : If there is no ISL by the time the first airplane shows up to replace an S-UA 757, SUA pilots should be trained to fly them. To that end it's not the
116 tommy767 : I have to say, the more I fly on the A320, the more facilitated I become with it. Even though it can get technical fairly often.
117 Hypoxik : The 739ER is not a suitable replacement for a 752. The sky interior helps, but the refurbished interior 75s are still better.
118 Post contains images n7371f : Agreed. Tell that Boeing though Pilots certainly will agree as the 752 is a hot rod.
119 Post contains images tommy767 : Boeing is lame these days
120 CALPSAFltSkeds : 764ER Lie Flat: N69063 sked to exit HKG 6851/29Mar N76064 Sked to enter HKG 6850/28Mar After 744 N118UA left VCV, Reported Widebody Paint line may be
121 AA737-823 : Actually, it is a suitable replacement... most of the time. Most of the carriers aren't using the full capability of the 752, so a 739 will fit their
122 STT757 : So the remaining 764s are indeed getting the reconfiguration, exciting stuff. Flew on one of the reconfigured 764s HNL-EWR last September and even 10
123 fun2fly : Finally, a post about a/c painting. Let's take the other discussions to their own thread. Good news on the 764 AirMike conversion. Can we get an upda
124 CODC10 : For now, the plan is to keep a 764 on EWR-HNL. Houston changes to a 3-cabin 777 next month, DEN gets one in June for the peak summer season, then IAD
125 jayunited : I believe that once N69063 reenters service that only 3 (64,65,66 if I'm not mistaken) 764 will be left that will still need to be reconfigured from
126 n515cr : Per Airways Mag, 2x Silver B1900Ds have been sold: N81538 (COEx c/s) N82539 (Globe c/s) 11 left in the fleet, 3 of which are in COEx colors. Also, pho
127 Antoniemey : I KNEW that paint job looked super fresh when I saw her this week...
128 n515cr : Found the info below on the UA 777 thread and thought it might be of interest for this discussion since it notes that the last tulip 752, N527UA, is l
129 STT757 : I didn't post that info, I just checked what years they were manufactured. Another poster provided the fleet list.
130 AA737-823 : Fantastic. I flew on that plane March 9, and it was in sad shape inside. Some of the most creative uses of RTV I've ever seen.... I took notes, as I'
131 n515cr : My mistake.
132 AA737-823 : What does this have to do with fleet upgrades?
133 CALPSAFltSkeds : 739ER New Delivery N37470 sked to exit MCO 6850/2Apr E+ no DTV or IFE 752 Fleet exit: N527UA reported to have left fleet at SFO - was last narrowbody
134 CALPSAFltSkeds : Checking United.com Flight Status, found following additional A319s with WiFi: (N8xxUA) 814, 815, 816, 817, 818, 819, 822, 835 735 Fleet Exit: N32626,
135 tommy767 : The 757 refreshes and sell offs make no sense. N520 is older than N527 and it's getting refreshed? What exactly is the criteria for how they decide t
136 sulley : "Continental" management does it to enrage and confuse you - duh! In the case of 527, it was actually owned by the company. 520 is leased from Wells
137 AA737-823 : There are many criteria for which airplanes go and which stay, even if all else was equal (which it isn't). Minor age differences have virtually noth
138 fun2fly : How about an old fashioned summary table ?
139 Post contains images FriendlySkies : This thread is starting to stray from it's original intent. I asked a while back about the status of the 737 E+ upgrades, as far as I can tell none o
140 CALPSAFltSkeds : The intent of this thread is to monitor and report upgrades, paint jobs, new/exiting units, etc., etc. I don't know why UA isn't putting E+ in some r
141 FlyHossD : It was a correction to earlier erroneous information. I do agree with you, though, that it wasn't about any fleet upgrades. Or should I let mistakes
142 FriendlySkies : I was referring to the bickering about management... Thanks for the info. Do the 739s need an STC given that new ones are being delivered with E+?
143 CALPSAFltSkeds : Group #1) 3443/3444 have DTV, no E+, Non Sky - same config as 3413-3442 - should be no STC needed with E+ mod Group #2) 3445-3455 Have DTV, No E+, ar
144 CALTECH : Hopefully before the end of the year then, or is that just a guess? Didn't and do not believe it went into binding arbitration yet. Hadn't heard that
145 tommy767 : IIRC, MIA and GSO are also taking care of the refreshes as well.
146 CALPSAFltSkeds : From FT thread, confirming following will become ps fleet with new configuration: (N5xxUA) 546, 589, 590, 595, 596, 597 ETOPS/Winglets (596 complete)
147 STT757 : A couple things about the new PS aircraft: I'm surprised by the fact that some are newer aircraft, 1999, 1998, 1997 but they also have a couple 1989,
148 CALPSAFltSkeds : I would image at some point ps service will go with 739ER or 739MAX aircraft. The use of the older 752 units may be a tip off to length the service wi
149 FriendlySkies : Is it also possible these particular older frames simply have lower cycles relative to the rest of the fleet? Or perhaps UA will use them more as spa
150 fun2fly : Or additional frequency or new route? SAN or SEA > JFK? Almost has to go 739MAX to compete w/AA's new rides which look sweet on transcons. How abo
151 CODC10 : The logistics of an EWRJFK transfer to operate new p.s. 757s to Europe (e.g. EWR-LHR) would be challenging. If they rotate through EWR via the West Co
152 tommy767 : Are these counts for the new PS configuration or existing PS planes? No way. I think eventually more 767 and 777 will be on EWR-LHR. With all the sUA
153 STT757 : New. They're putting them, sCO 757s, on EWR-BOG/IAH-BOG. Might see a few more Latin America routes.
154 VC10er : Perhaps this is mentioned/discussed somewhere in this long standing thread, if so, I apologize for not reading this long topic... but I am curious, I
155 goldenjet707 : They consider the sUA 3 class birds already redone. That leaves 3 Pacific version birds, ships 64,65 and 66. Ship 64 is already in HKG. Flew on ship 6
156 VC10er : Oh! Great! I know that the CO leadership loathe the F cabin because it's not a money maker. Which I am sure is true. While I love United Global First
157 CALPSAFltSkeds : To clarify, the 763 3 class units "being done" means the reconfiguration with flat beds is complete. Scores of 3 class birds will be staying in the sU
158 AA737-823 : Okay, somebody help me out here. Exactly how many fleet types and numbers does United require to serve Hawaii? We seem to have people allotting: 9 77
159 FriendlySkies : My guess, but it will likely end being 9 772 12 753 9 752 (replaced over time with 739ER) A few 738 for routes like LAX-ITO Keep in mind that for at
160 drerx7 : A common misconception. Even more-so untrue for UA as they are the largest carrier in the mainland-Hawaii market if I am not mistaken. Cargo adds a l
161 AA737-823 : Good grief. I had no idea that a full 6.2% of the fleet was devoted to Hawaii flying!
162 drerx7 : Yep, because it is profitable
163 atxpatriot811 : So if wifi expands fleet wide, then there isn't much difference in the product between a ps 757, sCO 757, 2 cabin 763, 764, sCO 777 aside from the nu
164 AA737-823 : Pretty much. Pretty much. What do you suggest? 1-1 in a 757? That's an ugly profit picture. And 100% aisle access is NOT the standard on such carrier
165 n7371f : Agreed. Was floored when I flew one and felt jammed in like a sardine in Business Class. Even better when you're in the middle, starring at someone e
166 CALPSAFltSkeds : Sorry mostly maint updates below: 320 WiFi: Noticed N404UA and N463UA have WiFi operational 772A Maint: N778UA exited PEK 6856/10Apr N774UA sked to en
167 CALPSAFltSkeds : N346NG (Q400) is in the 7F/64Y configuration. All three 744s in PEK are to receive WiFi N117UA, N105UA and N175UA 739 Maint: N39415 exited INT 6870/11
168 qfatwa : _____________________________________________________________________________________ United - Mainline REMAINING = 23 : Total (35/58). B744 (12/23)
169 ordramper98 : N37471, a new 737-900ER, was delivered on 4-8-2013. Induction is in MCO.
170 CALPSAFltSkeds : 739ER New Delivery: N37471 exited MCO into revenue service 1464/14Apr Below are routine maint: 772A Maint: N774UA sked to exit PEK 6853/16Apr N776UA s
171 Post contains links and images CALTECH : Very interesting filing made. Has been going around for a while now. http://biz.yahoo.com/e/130403/1010018-k.html "Item 2.01 Completion of Acquisition
172 Transpac787 : 786 has already received mods to the new IPTE. Ship number is now 2786.
173 CALPSAFltSkeds : Correct: 772As that should be getting New Hawaii config: 768/772/779 (only A models left in old intl config) 786/791/796/799 are 772ERs 791 & 796
174 Post contains links n515cr : 799 scheduled to exit tomorrow: http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N799UA Looks like 796 is taking her spot: http://flightaware.com/live/flight/N796U
175 CALPSAFltSkeds : 753 DTV/E+: N75854 sked INT 6880/18APR (last non-ETOPS 753 to receive upgrade) 744 WiFi: N105UA exited PVG 6852/18Apr - WiFi should be installed, but
176 CALTECH : There are a few new functions that are showing up on the Next Gens.
177 cosyr : Will any 319/320's get sharklets? sCO was very ambitious with winglets and airlines everywhere are grabbing up the sharklets fast. If so, can we add t
178 CALPSAFltSkeds : 744 WiFi/Maint: N175UA sked to exit PEK 888/21Apr N197UA sked to enter PEK 889/19Apr 752 Fleet exit: N527UA ferried SFO-VCV 6866/19Apr, store or scrap
179 AA737-823 : Aircraft 506 is an -800. Regarding the 319/320 sharklets, COSYR, they're not available as a retrofit, from what I understand.
180 CALPSAFltSkeds : My error: 739 N72405 now enroute INT 4/20 Cross ferry now on United.com N32404 sked to exit INT 6851/20Apr 772A maint: N776UA sked to exit PEk 6859/2
181 boilerla : Does anybody know what routes the 772 HI configs will be used on going forward? I am guessing with the removal of the 764 from IAD-HNL that it'll see
182 cal : Wow,,, No news in 3 days...
183 CALPSAFltSkeds : Not much news: Interesting ferry flight on United.com today. Flight 6850 LAX 1105, SKF1535, Dreamliner #3903. SKF is Lackland AFB in San Antonio. UPDA
184 bmibaby737 : They're not available as a retrofit, only to airframes built within the last couple of months that already had the modified (strengthened) wing.
185 FriendlySkies : Isn't JetBlue retrofitting most of their A320s? The ones without the strengthened wing need more work, but I believe it was still an option for older
186 Post contains links bmibaby737 : I do apologize, it would appear that there is a retrofit but that it is more lengthy than if the aircraft has the new wing standard. "The change woul
187 AA737-823 : No wonder Airbus was fifteen years behind Boeing with the blended winglet mod. While there are a handful of early build 737NG's that can't receive th
188 CALPSAFltSkeds : 735 Fleet exit: N14629 sked to ferry 6856/26Apr HOU-GYR (5 remaining 735s) 739ER New Delivery: Looks like N36472 may be close to delivery - Test hop a
189 United1 : It was mentioned on the conference call that all 5 will be exiting this quarter...along with the 762ERs. Not sure if we are tracking this on the thre
190 Post contains links United1 : UA put out an updated fleet plan today. YE 2013...mainline 23 744 55 772ER (33PW/22GE) 19 772 8 788 16 764 35 763 21 753 109 752 (68PW/41RR) 76 739ER
191 CALPSAFltSkeds : Just slightly different than the last one. 1 788 moves from 3Q to 4Q 2 more sUA 752s to be retired - by quarter -2/-2/-7/-13 instead of previous -3/-
192 Post contains images United1 : Yikes I did some bad math today there are also only 12 737-900s not 13 as I posted. 36 737-700 130 737-800 12 737-900 74 737-900ER Should be 252 737'
193 cosyr : Why did they add the ERJ135's just to take them out of the fleet 6 months later?
194 FL787 : The 737 numbers from the fleet plan, if correct, seem to show that UA is going to be getting rid of 2 737NGs. They started the year with 238 which, a
195 durangomac : They were temporary while EV did some heavy maintenance and to relieve some pressure created by the realignment after 9L shutdown if I remember corre
196 Post contains links and images bmibaby737 : Planespotters.net is showing this one as... wfu and std at SFO 27 March 2013, ferried SFO-VCV 19 April 2013 for storage on return to lessor. They also
197 CALTECH : 0901 is getting Battery/Charger installs. 0902 is awaiting Battery/Charger installs. 0906 is awaiting Battery/Charger installs. 0905 is still in PRESE
198 FriendlySkies : Any word on if they went with the so-called "comfort kit" on these? Supposedly makes them a lot more bearable.
199 CALTECH : Haven't heard, I would think so. Looking at the old Continental seats versus the old United seats, the seat pans are where the comfort lies. On the CA
200 DualQual : @CALTECH do you have any insight as to when PFD/ND changeovers on the 737s start?
201 Post contains links bmibaby737 : Boeing 757 Fleet news Planespotters.net is now reporting some of the United Airlines Boeing 757s due to FedEx, posted below for us to help track their
202 CALPSAFltSkeds : Als0o curious as N581UA and N584UA received Interior Refresh in MCO recently. The fleet plan update showed 3 more 752s leaving the fleet vs,. the pre
203 cosyr : Are they just doing the A320's first because they don't have individual TV's, or are the 737's going to go with LiveTV's internet access? I wonder wh
204 CALPSAFltSkeds : No idea, but it seems the focus is on Airbus and 744s. Rumored N589UA, N595UA, and N597UA, 752s to get ps reconfiguration are all undergoing mod at t
205 CALPSAFltSkeds : 739ER New Delivery N36472 sked to enter MCO 6858/30Apr - E+, No IFE 735 Fleet exit??: N17627 ferried IAH-HOU 6879/29Apr - most likely a fleet exit 764
206 CALPSAFltSkeds : 764 Lie Flat conversion: N76064 exited HKG 6859/2May with Lie flat seating N76065 now en route HKG 6861/2May 744 Maint/WiFi: N117UA sked to exit PEK 8
207 CALTECH : United 787 update 0901 RTS ETR 15:00 10 MAY 0903 RTS ETR 15:00 07 MAY 0902 SAT FERRY STDBY 0904 IN ANA HANGAR BATT MOD STARTED 01 MAY 0905 SAT FERRY S
208 STT757 : So they're going to return to scheduled service this week?
209 CALTECH : Return To Service is that the birds shall be made serviceable aircraft once again as the AD is accomplished. But then again, they could return to rev
210 STT757 : Thanks, hopefully it will be before the end of the Month.
211 CALPSAFltSkeds : Maint ONLY 73G Maint: N23707 exited INT 6862/3May N23708 entered INT 6851/3May 752 Maint: N569UA exited GSO 6853/3May N580UA entered GSO 6852/3May
212 CALPSAFltSkeds : 739ER New Delivery: N36472 sked to exit MCO 6856/5May E+, no IFE N38473 has flown several test hops at Boeing - Delivery unknown N37474 has flown a te
213 CALTECH : 737-900ER Fleet Number #479, will be the first delivered to the subUAL side first half of August 2013. After this aircraft, a Tech showed where future
214 FriendlySkies : Is there a plan in place to move the sCO fleet to a 4 number system based on configuration, similar to how sUA did it?
215 CALTECH : Well, we do put a zero or three in front of our fleet numbers for the subCAL side, so we kinda already have a 4 digit system in place.
216 LouieP2186 : She's at IAH
217 Post contains links n515cr : Regional Roundup - photos show the following in new colors: ExpressJet 145s: N12924: http://www.myaviation.net/search/photo_search.php?id=02302490 N14
218 CALPSAFltSkeds : 753 DTV/E+: N75854 sked to exit INT 6877/6May - will complete non-ETOPS domestic 753 units. ETOPS units have E+ with overheads for Hawaiian service. 7
219 STT757 : I would be nice if they went with AVOD for the ETOPs 753s, similar to the sCO 752s and the newly reconfigured PS 752s.
220 FriendlySkies : I meant a more long-term solution...surely slapping a 3 in front of a completely different fleet numbering system is not the final answer (although s
221 fun2fly : I'd agree, that would be nice. However, will customers pay extra for it? Doubtful. Pack the ipad I guess. 762's should be exiting soon now that the 7
222 CALTECH : Well, the subCAL fleets are pretty much all of one config, they can be substituted for one another at any time, the 737-800s with the midcabin Lavs b
223 CALPSAFltSkeds : Well, the 762s aren't flying much right now. Last Flight on FlightAware N68159 1165/25Apr into EWR N76153 1596/4May into IAH N69154 1624/4May into EW
224 qfatwa : _____________________________________________________________________________________ United - Mainline REMAINING = 23 : Total (35/58). B744 (12/23)
225 CALTECH : May 20th,..... 787 will resume flying on May 20, United plans to return the Boeing 787 fleet to service. Over the weekend United loaded 787 flights ba
226 CALPSAFltSkeds : 737NG Maint: 739 N35407 exited INT 6861/7May 738 N78509 entered INT 6860/7May 772 Maint: N69020 exited HKG 116/8May N78008 entered HKG 117/6May 752 Ma
227 je89_w : If so, I would assume 768, 772, and 779 as these are non-ER B772s. 3/4 AirMike B764s are completed. Currently, N77066 is the only B764 left flying wi
228 qfatwa : I should correct this now - had forgotten the first one and was not sure of the second one!!_________________________________________________________
229 FlyHossD : Ship 159 was at LHR May 7th, subbing for a sCO 752 I believe.
230 fun2fly : We are a bit behind: • Nearly doubling the overhead storage space on more than 150 Airbus aircraft, with more than half of those retrofits completed
231 Post contains links n515cr : One more E145, N22909: http://www.airport-data.com/aircraft/photo/000866558.html That brings the UAEX total remaining down to 6 while the COEX total i
232 STT757 : UA's press release today states they have gone over 200 aircraft equipped with Directv.
233 Post contains links ORDBOSEWR : link: http://finance.yahoo.com/news/united...uces-200th-aircraft-154700083.html Same press release also says over half of Airbus fleet has new bins in
234 CALPSAFltSkeds : Guys, I'd love to have the correct stats on the bins. The fact is there is no way to verify conversions without direct confirmation or knowing which
235 LouieP2186 : Add A/C 515 it's a EMB-135 and I can't remember the full tail. It was placed back into service 2 months ago.
236 OldTTAGuy : Can we check the ERJ-135 fleet numbers. I count 9 in service - the original 7 everyone agrees on plus FlightAware shows N29515 and N14514 have both re
237 Hypoxik : Just to give the company some flexability while other a/c are in heavy checks. 5 in rotation out of IAH, plus 4 UAX system spares.
238 LouieP2186 : I have not seen that one in IAH. Might be hanging out in EWR?
239 OldTTAGuy : Actually both showed IAH in FlightAware. Today N29515 was MLU to IAH as ASQ4343, and N14514 was IAH to LCH as ASQ3263.
240 LouieP2186 : I've seen 515 and it is way overdue for a paint job (still has SkyTeam logo as well) but I do not recall seeing 514. I'll have to keep looking
241 CALTECH : It looks like LCQ, Lake City, is the only place doing heavy checks on the Airbus fleet, do not see any other station doing heavy checks on them. Ther
242 CALPSAFltSkeds : Refarding bin installs and CALTECH note above, it could be that some or all of the below have had bins installed during LCQ visits: A301 ( below are N
243 Post contains links and images Sulley : First reconfigured A320 is back in service. Pictures of the interior: Sidewalls, bulkheads, lavatory wall coverings were all left untouched. The carpe
244 FriendlySkies : So now we have...4 (or is it 5) different cabin color schemes? Where's this so called consistency from the CO side? I'm curious if the newer 739s will
245 CALTECH : Looks nice. 700 airplanes, that's a lot to change. Upgrades take a while to implement too. It will happen, just slowly. Kinda like the different cabi
246 FriendlySkies : My point was that it appeared they were standardizing around the checkerboard look, and now we have a complete 180 (well, more like a 720). I can buy
247 Sulley : Unfortunately, the ugly yellow stuff is still there on a lot of aircraft... I don't know what UAL was thinking, but sometimes one side of a bulkhead
248 tommy767 : Why are they replacing the 320 seats? There is absolutely NOTHING wrong with them. So now they are just wasting money on A320 new seats? Can I ask wha
249 Sulley : Sadly, you are correct. The yellow is there in all of her glowing glory. Tommy, It was done to add six economy seats to the aircraft and to also redu
250 AA737-823 : You are so predictable. If they had installed machines at row 5 that spit out cash to the first lucky customer, you'd find a way to gripe about it. T
251 CALPSAFltSkeds : My question is legroom and how Economy Plus and Y works with this config. There are no changes to F and Y+ to my knowledge as the seats are all in fro
252 CODC10 : An additional row of Y+ was also added to 319s and non-32S ships. Actual pitch went from 36" to 35", but effective pitch is closer to 36-37" with the
253 CALPSAFltSkeds : OK, that makes sense to keep them common. However, tghe added Y+ row in some 320s and the 391s is due to the closet removal to match the ExTed 320s.
254 CODC10 : It's possible that the ultimate role of the 319 in the post-merger United fleet will be in less premium-heavy markets. I'm thinking of some longer-ha
255 tommy767 : I can see UA is taking an interior style approach from Spirit, how classy. I thought the CO folks were all about high classed consistency? This is jus
256 Sulley : Tommy, Tommy, Tommy. There are numerous Airbii in the fleet that already have WiFi installed. This bird already has it as well. The company isn't wai
257 tommy767 : Sorry Sully, Flyertalk can be inaccurate. What were they ranting about the 2014 business then? You have to admit, it's sad they will be going "dark"
258 Sulley : Personally I don't care about IFE on the screens - I just wish they had kept them for the safety demo and to perhaps utilize a moving map feature whil
259 Post contains images quiet1 : I just learned from a reliable source that with the new 12/138 configuration, they removed the overhead drop-down monitors from A320s. F/A's are being
260 AA737-823 : THANK GOODNESS. The WORST thing about the first thirty minutes onboard a CO 737NG is hearing dumb-apple Smisek go on and on about how great COUA is.
261 tommy767 : OK so no power ports until 2014? That means these A320 will be "dark" until they feel like installing them. All of this seems like a useless drawback
262 AA737-823 : It's beginning to sound like a broken record in here. "Mgmt" presumably has a more difficult time achieving consistency with a fleet of nearly 800 ai
263 CODC10 : No it doesn't. Wifi installs are ongoing. Streaming IFE is coming later in 2013. Powerports in 2014. Of course, this is subjective, but my view is th
264 STT757 : The overhead IFE is good and bad, it's good when there's something on that your interested in watching. It's bad when it's something you have no inter
265 tommy767 : Is there any reason to why they are ripping out the screens? This is real tacky of them -- ala US or NW early 2000s move. We all know the weight savi
266 CODC10 : No, we don't "all know" this. In fact, those who actually have a basis for such knowledge will likely disagree with you categorically. Weight savings
267 FlyHossD : No, where has anyone said that? I think that on this forum there has been pretty strong criticism of Smisek, et al. It's clear that he's no Gordon Be
268 AA737-823 : Indeed. Just one post ago, I pointed out how sick I was of Smisek on the pre-safety-brief video. Yet somehow, I'm "Rah-Rah" ing. Whatever. Let's get
269 tommy767 : I think my point still stands. There really is nothing wrong with the current package of the 320. To be more centered (for those that have called me o
270 CODC10 : The A319 (the 320 to a lesser extent) has a CASM problem. Adding seats (+ revenue), adding wifi (+ revenue and perceived value), adding paid streamin
271 CALTECH : Acft # 0152/3152 is in MCO awaiting EXIT. The EXIT package will probably start once the 787s start flying again, without incident.
272 CODC10 : CALTECH, what does the exit package consist of?
273 CALTECH : Things like painting over the United on the fuselages, painting over part of the vertical stabilizer, removing some United equipment. Heard at one poi
274 Post contains links iowaman : Due to length of this thread it will be archived, and part 16 has been opened up here: United Fleet Upgrade Status 16 (by iowaman May 15 2013 in Civil
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