Does anyone know if all of the non original triple sevens have IFE systems?
's 777s have IFE system, they are all state of the art. They are really on top conditions. RG
-11s and 767s, by contrast, don't have IFE. I can tell you that RG
777s are much better than the MD
-11. I consider IFE a must in todaý's international air travel.
Are MD11s being retired as more 777s join the fleet?
is slowly retiring its fleet of 767s. Some 767s are being used for charter services.
For example, FRA
was operated with the MD
-11, now gets the 777. MXP
which used to get the 767 will not be operated with MD
Nothing wrong with second hand jets... a new interior and no one can tell the difference.
Also agree, especially because RG
's 777 are ex-BA, ex-UA and ex-AF.
I am sure many airlines would like to have RG
's 777 in their fleet...
Well, Hardiwv, you probably meant the French are teaching the Dutch ...
My statement was ironic! The Dutch know how to count the pennies, and that's all...something really annoying.
RG is operating inJanuary its B737-400 on the route GRU-ASU-COR, is a B757-200 really necessary for that route?
will deploy the 757 MAO
as of 13 January/05. Maybe RG
is getting good loads and yields in this route, as it combines COR
in the same flight. Note that this is RG
's only daily flight to ASU
, and loads are always attractive.
, I imagine that RG
's results are also good, simply because COR
is the only
destination served appart from EZE
by all airlines operating the Brazil-Argentina market! The same cannot be said about Brazil: AR
alone serves POA