markk
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CO Flight 2 And 72 Question (HNL-IAH)

Wed Jan 10, 2007 1:37 am

So I have two seats booked from HNL-IAH on Saturday May 12th. At the time I booked the reward seats (2) the only first was connecting via LAX. I would like to stand by for either flight 2 or 72 for non-stop. My question is. Does anyone know which of those two flights historically sub a standard 764 for the HNL 764. Obviously it would make more sense for me to stand by on a flight that has a chance of having 35 F seats versus 20.

Thanks,
Mark
 
EWRCabincrew
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RE: CO Flight 2 And 72 Question (HNL-IAH)

Wed Jan 10, 2007 1:52 am

Both show the Pacific configuration of 20/236 for now. We have 5 aircraft inthat configuration, mostlly flying Pacific legs, with the exception of some MAD flights. They are ships 062-066.

If they show the 20 seater, chances are it'll be that way.
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CO767
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RE: CO Flight 2 And 72 Question (HNL-IAH)

Sat Jan 13, 2007 2:35 am

Agreed. However, the last two times I flew CO 72 it had the full BissFirst. But everytime I've flown CO 2 it was configured in the Micronesia version.

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