Chicago O'Hare, LAX, JFK, Newark.
London Gatwick, Schipol.
Cincinnati, Detroit, SanFrancisco, Atlanta, Dallas Fortworth, Nashville, Orlando, Seattle, Honolulu, Kona, Hilo, Kauai, La Guardia, Dulles, Salt Lake City, Sky Harbor, San Diego, Portland.
Heathrow, CDG, Tolouse, Berlin, Madrid, Madeira, Lisbon, Athens, Rome, Prague, Bratislava, Austria, Morocco, Israel, Taiwan, Japan (all 3 islands), Bombay, Bankgok, Calcutta, South Africa, Brazil, Aruba, Venezuela, Keflavic (Iceland), Arlanda (Stockholm), Oslo, Finland, Montreal, Quebec, British Columbia.
Aircraft [Short Range]:
Boeing 757-200ER, Boeing 757-300, Airbus A-300 Boeing 767-300, Airbus A-319, MD-90, A-330-200
Boeing 747-400, Boeing 777-200IGW, L-1011-250.
Used specifically as a domestic workhorse. This aircraft usually performs routes such as EWR-ORD, or ORD-LAX. It fitted to be as luxurious as possible without running up costs (for the passengers). It carries about 140 passengers. The first-class section is fitted with dark-blue leather seating and is 4-abreast. Coach section features Grey-n-blue (gray seat, blue top). The aircraft is powered by 2 V2500 engines producing 28,000 lbst. each.
Used specifically for mid-range hops. It supplements the other narrowbodies in the fleet. It is fitted as luxurious as possible. It carries seating for 110 passengers. First-class section features dark-blue leather seating, at 4 abreast. Coach is 6 abreast (Rows A, C, D, F are blue, Rows B, and E, are white). The aircraft is powered by 2 V2500 engines, each producing 26,000 lbst each. Additionally these aircraft are fitted like the Indian Airlines design, with the Dual-wheel bogies.
Used specifically as a domestic workhorse, she is fitted to carry about 170 passengers. It is fitted to be luxurious for most counts. The first-class section features 4-abreast, dark-blue leather-seating. Coach section features 6-abreast, White and Blue Seating (Rows A, C, D, and F are Blue colored, Rows B, E, are White. It's powered by RB-211-535's generating 43,100 lbst.
Used as a supplement to the 757-200. It's fitted with capacity for about 225 passengers. First Class, and Coach configuration (abreast/color) are the same, except for there being more seats. It is powered by RB-211's generating 43,500 lbst.
Used for transcontinental flights. The aircraft are configured to carry about 240 people in a comfortable configuration. It is configured in first-class, 6 abreast (2-2-2). Seats are dark gray sleeper seats. They feature personal screens (unfortunately the "canned" programs), and a remote-control/phone thingie (like they have on those Delta 767-300's). They have a long-seat-pitch. Coach seating features a 7 abreast-seating (2-3-2), seating. The seats aisle seats are blue (rows A,B,F,G), center rows are white (Rows C,D,E) They are powered by 2 Pratt-Whittney PW4000 series producing 56,000 lbst. each.
Used as a high-capacity transcontinental craft. She carries 255 passengers in 2-classes. First Class consists of 6 (2-2-2) abreast-seating, featuring Dark Grey leather sleeper seats (as on the 767-300s). Coach configuration is 8 abreast (2-4-2), seating config features dark gray seats with the tops being colored red. It is powered by 2 Pratt-Whitney PW-4168 engines, each producing 68,000 lbst. each.
Used both as an overwater (From LAX-HNL) domestic and an overwater international aircraft. They are basically a bunch of L-1011s that were saved from the scrapper. They are refitted as the intercontinental L-1011-250's. It's designed to carry 250 people onboard. First class cabin is configured 2-2-2. Black leather sleeper seats with video screens and all! Coach is configured 2-4-2. Gray seats with red tops on them. Additionally they have footrests, and also are equipped with videoscreens (unfortunately "canned" programs). They are powered by 3 RB-211-524 engines producing 50,000 lbst. each.
Used as an ETOPS capable long-ranged overwater, and transcontinental. Used mostly for international usage. All seats (both FC and Coach) have TV sets (Thank god allmighty, no "canned" TV!). She carries 305 passengers onboard, complying with the standard Boeing Co. Layout. It has Black seats in FC (2-2-2), Dark-Grey (2-3-2) in Buisness Class), and (3-4-3) gray-with-red-tops seats in Coach. She is powered by the most powerful variant of the GE90 family.
Used almost always for long-ranged flights. It carries 400 passengers. All seats have reclining capability. The FC and BC seats have little screens for TV (Unfortunately the 777 is the only one without Canned programs). It is 3-4-3 in coach, seats are dark-gray with red tops, in BC, the seats are 2-3-2, and dark gray, and 2-2-2 in First Class, and are black. The BC and FC seats can be turned into sleeper seats. The aircraft is configured with 4 Pratt-Whittney PW4056 engines, each producing 56,000 lbst. each.
Headphones are free in both classes, the radio-sets have actually good music, the best of the '80's and '90's. Food selection in First-class consists of about 5 choices of appetizers, 10 choices of meals, and 4 choices of delicious desserts. Coach section includes KFC original chicken breasts, legs, and Honey-BBQ chicken wings (Go colonel, go colonel!
. This is also available on the FC menu. Domestic flights.
White painted fuselage with a Blue-MediumBlue, Light Blue stripe where the windows are lined up on.
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