Thanks for all the responses. Well i looked at all possible prices and options, believe me. Flying LOT from the USA on LOT's 763's is quite expensive right now ( They might have deals but i dont know, plus i like connecting through LHR
I already booked so i cant really change anything...
But anyways, SafeFlyer thanks for the info about the new Terminal. Should be pretty cool.
FLYACYYZ, Thanks for the info, Man i just couldent get the A333 though, even though i wanted it bad, the representative on the phone with Air Canada said that the A330 flights were more full than the 767 flights, therefor they were charging more.
Here are my flight #'s:
Air Canada Jazz = 7996, Aircraft = DH8 Dash 8, DTW
Air Canada = 866, Aircraft = 767-300ER, YYZ
LOT Polish = 282, Aircraft = 737-500, LHR
EUROLOT Polish = 3805, Aircraft = ATR-72, WAW
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EUROLOT Polish = 3802, Aircraft = ATR-72, RZE
LOT Polish = 285, Aircraft = 737-500, WAW
Air Canada = 869, Aircraft = 767-300ER, LHR
Air Canada Jazz = 7995, Aircraft = DH8 Dash 8, YYZ
Based on your info FLYACYYZ, on that Air Canada 866 flight, Even though im scheduled for the 763, do you think its possible i might get an A330 as a replacement aircraft? I kind of hope I do and i kind of hope i dont. The lady i talked to on the phone with Air Canada said its possible, but if it does, all the seat selections will be wiped out ( And i'll be severely ticked if i dont get a window seat if this happens! hehe ).
Quick question for those who've flown the 767 and A330's. I've been told A330's are quiet planes inside. Is the 767 a quiet plane? Like, If i flew on a 767, would it be more loud than an A330? Or probably the same? Just wondering cause that is one of my concerns. I flew a CO
one time and that thing was damn loud as hell ( Surprinsing for a 737 i know, it seemed deafening, sounded like an MD
-80's interior sounds or something ). I just hope its not as loud as that, it'll be hard to rest, LOL.
Flying a plane is no diff. from riding a bicycle. Its just a lot harder to put baseball cards in the spokes. -'Airplane'