socal
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767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Mon Jun 27, 2005 9:18 am

Does anyone know where the 767-400's fly to from HNL?
I Love HNL.............
 
je89_w
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Mon Jun 27, 2005 9:25 am

Both DL and CO fly the B764s out of HNL.

CO
-NGO
-GUM (?)
-LAX
-IAH
-EWR

DL
-SFO
-ATL
-SLC
-LAX
-CVG

Hope that helps.
 
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Mon Jun 27, 2005 9:26 am

ATL, >>DL
Guam, IAH >>CO
 
socal
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Mon Jun 27, 2005 9:36 am

Hey Je89_w, your last pic of the 764 is tight!!! bro.... Big grin  airplane 
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Web
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Mon Jun 27, 2005 11:56 am

Quoting Je89_w (Reply 1):
-GUM (?)

That's affirmative:

HNL-GUM
Flight #: 1
Equipment: 764
Operates: Fri, Sat

GUM-HNL
Flight #: 2
Equipment: 764
Operates: Sun, Mon

Both flights operate with a 762 on the rest of the days.
 
ha763
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Mon Jun 27, 2005 3:57 pm

Quoting Web (Reply 4):
That's affirmative:

HNL-GUM
Flight #: 1
Equipment: 764
Operates: Fri, Sat

GUM-HNL
Flight #: 2
Equipment: 764
Operates: Sun, Mon

Both flights operate with a 762 on the rest of the days.

Negative. It is always a 767-400. In the CO timetable, 764 is the 767-400 with 35 BF seats used mainly on Europe routes and the 767 is the 767-400 configured with 20 BF seats, also known as the Micronesia configuration. The 767-200 is listed as 762 in CO's timetable.
 
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Mon Jun 27, 2005 5:13 pm

FlyPDX

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Web
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Tue Jun 28, 2005 1:05 am

Quoting Ha763 (Reply 5):
the 767 is the 767-400 configured with 20 BF seats, also known as the Micronesia configuration.

Thanks for the clarification; I did not know that.
 
lorm
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Tue Jun 28, 2005 5:11 am

Here's a factoid, on the flights to Guam, CO 1 and 2 on ATC, operate under the callsign "Air Mike", as in Air Micronesia. Sometimes the pilots will forget and say "Continental, 1 / 2 heavy..." then quickly correct themselves, it happens quite often.

[Edited 2005-06-27 22:13:10]
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RE: 767-400's In HNL...where They Fly To?

Tue Jun 28, 2005 2:17 pm

Does the Guam flight still continue on to NRT? In 96' I flew on an Air Mike painted DC-10-30 that was routed EWR-SFO-HNL-GUM-NRT. Talk about fleet utilization!

SJ

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