Guest

UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 3:40 am

Does United still fly their 747-100's? Any help would be great!!

Thanks,

B744
 
Guest

RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 3:44 am

I'm not POSITIVE, but I think they do. When I went to ORD in Feburary 99, there were quite a few. I don't believe that United changed any to an 8-woindow config. instead, kept it 3.

Jack  
 
ContinentalEWR
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RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 4:47 am

I think they have been retired.

ContinentalEWR
 
acvitale
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RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 4:51 am

United recycles the food on their trans-Atlantic flights. I think all airlines should and save food as long as people are starving.
 
Guest

RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 5:01 am

Are you making fun of me from the other thread?
 
acvitale
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Elite_flyer

Sun Jun 11, 2000 5:07 am

Yes I am. No airline recycles food. What a loser. Not United not anyone. It is unsanitary.
 
acvitale
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RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 5:11 am

United still flies 1 747-100

check

http://av-info.faa.gov/detail.asp?DSGN_CODE=UALA&OPER_FAR=121++++&OPER_NAME=UNITED+AIR+LINES+INC

for details
 
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RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 5:11 am

UA retired their last 747-100 in September last year. There is still one left in the fleet but is stored somewhere, probably in Las Vegas. The planes you saw in February must have been 747-200Bs. The last 747-100s UA used were ex-AA planes and only had the three windows on the upper deck. The777Man
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RE: Acvitale

Sun Jun 11, 2000 6:07 am

Can you read? They're operating 1 747-122 and 4 747-123. That is 5 747-100.
 
acvitale
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RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 6:12 am

SAS, you are correct. My error... LOL And I posted the link. Darn.!
 
Guest

RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 11:35 am

United DID retire the last of the 747-100s. They are no longer in active service with United Airlines. I know this for a fact because when my mom got the revisions for her inflight F/A handbook, the instructions were to get rid of the 747-100 section. United has 6 -238B's from QANTAS currently.
 
Guest

RE: UAL 741's

Sun Jun 11, 2000 12:56 pm

There were either scraped, sent to the desert, and or cargoised....The coloset is the 200 still arround today


Alexander
 
Guest

RE: UAL 741's

Mon Jun 12, 2000 8:34 am

UAL has retired their 741,sent them to Kingman and left them to rot.Who knows,the UAL 741 might be your Coke can in a few years.


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