Rotate777
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How Many DC-10s Does...

Wed May 03, 2000 12:50 pm

How many DC-10s do American and United still have? What routes do they fly and when will they be retired?

Rotate777
 
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RE: How Many DC-10s Does...

Wed May 03, 2000 1:00 pm

Let's see. In Pax service UA has N1829U, N1835U, N1836U, N1837U, N1856U, N1857U, and i believe N1858U. That makes seven. Then of course we have our D13 freighters.
Our Pax DC10's fly ORD-LAS, ORD-DTW, ORD-LAX to name a few cities. We also use them to HNL.
 
dia77
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RE: How Many DC-10s Does...

Wed May 03, 2000 3:00 pm

UA's summer schedule also shows DC-10 flights on the DEN-SFO, DEN-ORD, and DEN-SEA routes. It looks like the good old days when you could find 6 DC-10s sitting next to each other at DEN are gone. I guess I can't complain because those DC-10s are 777 now.
 
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RE: How Many DC-10s Does...

Wed May 03, 2000 3:16 pm

All of AA's DC10s are now operating out of HNL, on the HNL-LAX/SFO/ORD/DFW routes. This will all end though in the beginning of October, when 767-300s will replace the good old 10s.
 
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RE: Bagsmaher

Wed May 03, 2000 3:27 pm

What about N1844U, ship 3144?

Is that bird still in service?
 
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RE: Smoo

Thu May 04, 2000 1:35 am

In case Bagsmasher does not check back here, I'll find out about 1844U for you tonight, Smoo.
John Hancock
 
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RE: Smoo

Thu May 04, 2000 1:40 am

Sorry to say, ship N1844U is history 
 
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RE: How Many DC-10s Does...

Thu May 04, 2000 4:03 am