airplanetire
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DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 9:50 am

I was curious about crew rest facilities on planes. On Delta 763s, where do the flight attendants rest and where does the cockpit crew rest? What about DL 777s? Also, what airlines have the above the main cabin crew rest on their 777s? 744s? Do a lot of airlines use the under-floor rest facilities on the A330/340? What airlines have the above the cabin crew rest near the tail on their 744s?
 
Ejazz
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RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 10:38 am

On our B777s flight deck crew rest consists of 2 beds in 2 seperate rooms, one behind the flight deck and one in the main cabin. The cabin crew bunks are in a container in the aft cargo hold. The B744 has one room accessed from the cockpit with bunk beds and the cabin crew have bunks above the cabin in the tail of aircraft.
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airplanetire
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RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 10:48 am

Thank you very much. Sorry that I don't know this, but where is aft?
 
Guest

RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 10:50 am

Aft is the back of the airplane  Smile


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RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 10:52 am

I believe that seats 38F/G are crew rest seats on DL 763/ERs.
 
concorde1518
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RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 11:09 am

it looks like AA has a pilot crewrest behind the flight deck, and a F/A rest on row 25...


On UA, it looks like they are behind the flight deck in place of a Lav and a closet.. and it looks like there is a blank room aft of row 28 in place of a lav on the pacific ones... is that the F/A's crewrest? I'm looking at the seating charts to determine both of these....so im not sure....


Please lemme know if I'm right...
Also, do either of these airlines employ the rest below decks? If so, what door is the stairs by?


Thanks
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scottysair
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RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 11:11 am

Yeah, that is one as for use onto the flight crew were use on the back of seat on the B767-300ER aircraft and I was on the international flight to/from Italy flight. I remember where I did was sleep overnight on the planes from JFK-VCE nonstop on Delta Air Lines as for myself. The flight attandent were very good friendly as for me. They did give me a chicken w/mushroom of pasta. Mmmm!! It was sooo good!!! And after ate of the my dinner and go to sleep on the my wholes 3 seat of 32CDE. I did sleep as for much more than of 2 hours and the next day I did sunrise were come up and I said "wow!" it was so beautiful sunset into the morning over of the atlantic ocean way to Italy. And that is back of March 3, 2001. It is very long flight as for me. It is very uncomfortable as for on the airplanes. I do think exactly way I remember that was my first international flight to Italy as for me. Well, this is it as for right now.

NHFL9,

That was on the flight crew rest on the seat of 40, 41FG back of the aircraft. It is on the Delta seat map as for myself. I remember where it was on the flight crew rest on the back of the behind of gallery. And I was on the international flight to Venice, Italy and from Rome, Italy too. Well, hope this is your helps. Thanks!!!
 
jrlander
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RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 11:53 am

The Delta 767-300ER's do not have a crew rest for pilots. Instead, there are two BusinessElite seats reserved for the pilots. There are four seats in the back of the plane reserved for flight attendants.
 
cba
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RE: DL 763 And All Airlines 777 And 744 Crew Rest.

Fri Jun 28, 2002 1:51 pm

When I flew a CO 777, I recall a little hallway going from the front of Business First to the cockpit. I'm guessing that the crew rests were tiny rooms between Business First and the cockpit.