The April 7 schedule shows the ATL-ROC routes still utilizing the 727.
Just be patient, the 737-800 will probably see ROC before 2002 is out as the 727 fleet grows smaller and smaller. I know DCA-ROCguy has also expressed some displeasure at ROC having to suffer with the 727 for so long, but it will end soon. Frankly I don't see what's not to like about the 727. I think it's a great airplane.
First Class on the 738 is my favorite narrowbody First Class at the moment. The new First Class seats on the 737-800 are the nicest ones I've flown in yet. The 727 is also extremely comfortable. If you're planning to buy a First Class ticket on this route, either type of aircraft will be comfortable.
First Class in the 767-200 and 767-300 are the same. Six less F seats on the 762 (18) than on the 763 (24).
I don't think the 767s will be leaving RSW anytime soon. Delta needs all the lift they can get on the Atlanta-Florida runs and the 767s provide the majority of that lift. I'm pretty sure the 777 has been to RSW a couple of times on equipement substitutions. In fact, the 777 has actually just about every major airport from Orlando to Miami. Off the top of my head: MCO, TPA, RSW, FLL, PBI, MIA. Am I leaving any out?
Anyway, hope that info is helpful.
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