The777Man
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Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Sun Nov 25, 2001 1:41 pm

I think Hawaiian Airlines have two 767-300ERs and are getting 14 more. I was hoping someone could tell me when the rest will be delivered. Thanks!! The777Man
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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Sun Nov 25, 2001 5:52 pm

The first one entered service only a week or so ago (Nov. 15), and they're saying two more will begin service within a couple of months. By 2003, they'll have 16 of them, replacing their DC-10s completely.

http://www.hawaiianair.com/about/corporate/NewsRelease/Section_244.asp

I see Georg Suschnigg already snapped a shot of their newest bird. I hope to snap a few myself!


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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Sun Nov 25, 2001 11:22 pm

Hi:

These new 767 have with 777 interiors like the 767-400 or have the "classical" inteiors.

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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Sun Nov 25, 2001 11:28 pm

I assume they have the new look 767/764 interiors which are now standard on new builds (as far as i can remember), they may even have the 764 cockpit, which is now an option in all 767 aircraft.
 
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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Mon Nov 26, 2001 10:02 am

Hawaiian should now have two 767s in service, flying to San Diego as well as on the 9/10 pair to LAX. The third is to be delivered in early December, and the rest of the fleet coming in over the next couple of years.

David / SAN
 
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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Mon Nov 26, 2001 11:54 am

How many DC-10s do HA have currently? I thought it was only 3 or 4 - are they planning a big expansion with all these new planes?

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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Mon Nov 26, 2001 1:30 pm

HA has something like 15 DC-10s to replace. They are receiving 16 767s. Someone please correct me if I'm wrong.
 
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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Mon Nov 26, 2001 2:29 pm

I just check Bill Harms's census, and yes indeed, HA do have 15 DC-10s. My mistake not knowing that before - I didn't realise they were that big. Where do they use all that capacity? Is their market share significantly bigger than Aloha's?

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RE: Deliveries Of HA 767-300ERs?

Mon Nov 26, 2001 4:40 pm

When it comes to trans-Pacific operations, yes. Interisland, Aloha and Hawaiian are pretty evenly split; Aloha I believe has a slight lead.

Trans-Pacific, Aloha operates to a few Micronesian islands and to Midway Island, and to Oakland and Orange County, and from those two California airports to Las Vegas.

Hawaiian operates daily nonstop flights to Portland, San Francisco, and San Diego. Seattle receives either one or two daily flights, depending on the day of the week. Los Angeles gets three nonstop flights, one of which continues to Las Vegas. They also operate a couple flights a week each to Pago Pago, American Samoa and Papeete, Tahiti. They also operate an extensive charter program from Honolulu to Las Vegas for Vacations Hawaii, and from Honolulu to Anchorage. They are also operating charters for the Oakland Raiders football team, and until Renaissance Cruises shut down, operated charter flights from Los Angeles to Papeete. Hawaiian also picks up additional charter business from time to time.

David / SAN