I got ahold of my friend. She thinks that they operated both the Rams Jet 757 and other ones as well. It depended upon what aircraft was available. She said that she was going to see her father and she would ask him.
They operate the aircraft in regular service the remainder of the week, so seeing it elsewhere would not be uncommon.
I would be more concerned about those offensive linemen!
As far as I know, the charters from the airlines are just a standard configuration. I assume that the players get a side of the row to themselves...or at least no middle seat duties!!! Well, maybe that is a rookie hazing thing. Make him sit between two o-linemen!
Some of the other sports charters, like the old Champion (no longer flying?) or privately owned aircraft are often specially configured. As Cactus mentioned, HP
used to have a 737-100 with all first class seating that the Phoenix Suns used. However, I would imagine that it would be expensive to keep an aircraft like that and operate it normally the remainder of the week.
That is too bad about the Suns. I can see HP
not wanting to redo that aircraft though. The cost would be a bit to keep that aircraft in that configuration. Although I guess with the NBA, they would fly more freqently than the NFL would. Hmmm...I'll still keep the Suns as my favorite team. I wonder if Steve Nash is going to miss Mark Cuban's 757 this year!