|Quoting Flyboyaz (Reply 3):|
Effective August 1, all HP Express flights will be 2000 series flight numbers. The US codeshare numbers are still 5000 series.
|Quoting Flyboyaz (Reply 5):|
Oh gotcha...I didn't read anything about that in the schedule change update, but it makes sense. It's quite a shock to us all who have known HP Express as 6000 series numbers for years and years. But with the merger, everything is changing.
|Quoting Vega (Reply 9):|
I hate it! Flight 02 and 03 (PHL-ROM-PHL) to 1402 and 1403 just doesn't have the same special ring to it. Sort of takes away the bit of PanAm flavor US has and replaces it with (more) HP flavor.
|Quoting A330323X (Reply 8):|
Yes, they're changing the registrations on about 100 birds, to eliminate overlapping ship numbers and to just better align the two fleets.
If you're curious how that'll turn out, well, I've just got all the answers today.
100s - CFM56-powered A320s and A321s
200s - A330s, B767s, and ETOPS B757s
300s - ex-HP B737-300s
400s - B737-400s
500s - ex-US B737-300s
600s - V2500-powered A320s
700s - CFM56-powered A319s
800s - V2500-powered A319s
900s - non-ETOPS B757s and EMB-190s
|Quoting Flyboy7974 (Reply 14):|
tried to download current timetable, is anybody else having problems on the site loading the July timetable? maybe I am just going to the wrong area
|Quoting BigOrange (Reply 15):|
Why are some of the -400's being re-registered ending in UW? Is this going to be the new suffix for all the fleet, combining the US and AW?