cmb320
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CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 2:51 pm

Greetings all!

With so much 757 flying shifting to EWR for international expansion, roughly how many daily flights out of IAH are still operated by a 757?

In addition, I'm also curious if ALL 757-200s are flying international, or if there are a certain number that mainly fly domestic but are able to shift to international? If I'm not mistaken, all -200's have BF installed, but are there any that are only flying domestic? How much more int'l expansion room is left with the remaining aircraft? Any?

Thanks for your help and /or input.
 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 2:55 pm

For what it's worth, I flew in December 2005 from EWR to IAH, and it was a wingletted 757-200. The plane arrived at EWR from LIS, but I am not sure if it had BusinessFirst seats up front.
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 3:10 pm

I flew CO to IAH-JFK on Jan 2, according to a gate agent some are still used to MCO(Orlando), LAX and one other location which I forgot.
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 3:17 pm

I flew on a -200 to SJU in August that was inbound from MAN.

I know that SJU is a -200 destination and I believe FLL is as well to add to the list. Not sure if MIA is a regular -200 destination but at the gate next to me was a -200 leaving for MIA.
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 3:27 pm

Quoting CMB320 (Thread starter):
I'm also curious if ALL 757-200s are flying international

CMB,
Yes, all 41 757-224/Ws are able to, and do, fly internationally, or as you're probably asking, trans-Atlantic.

I don't have the numbers in front of me, but I'd reckon about 10-15 flights a day are done with B757-224s. LIM, LAX, EWR, MCO, PHX come to mind. UIO went to a 737 recently.

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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 3:32 pm

FLL gets quite a few 752s a day.
 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 3:33 pm

From what I've heard, all 752's are wingletted and have the BF configuration. Checking SA)">CO's downloadable timetable for the week of 1/25, SA)">CO has about 16 752 IAH departures at:

MSY 0705 (some days), SAT 0845, PHX 0905, EGE 1010 (or 1135),FLL 1034, PHX 1135, EWR 1320, FLL 1325, AUS 1440 (some days), LIM 1555, SAN 1800, SFO 1800, LAX 1915, TPA 1920, LAX 2105, SAT 2215.
I may have missed one or two and there are a couple of SA ops and odd IHA-EWR positioning flights.
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 4:00 pm

I don't think all the 752s have gone international quite yet, thought I'm sure once more of the 739ERs arrive to fill in for them, we'll see them all on transatlantic and latin/south american routes. The 753 will carry the high density domestic routes.
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 4:20 pm

Quoting CALPSAFltSkeds (Reply 6):
SA)">CO has about 16 752 IAH departures at:

MSY 0705 (some days), SAT 0845, PHX 0905, EGE 1010 (or 1135),FLL 1034, PHX 1135, EWR 1320, FLL 1325, AUS 1440 (some days), LIM 1555, SAN 1800, SFO 1800, LAX 1915, TPA 1920, LAX 2105, SAT 2215.
I may have missed one or two and there are a couple of SA ops and odd IHA-EWR positioning flights.

Thanks, that's just what I wanted to know. I didn't realize there were that few 757 flights out of IAH. Too bad. I remember just a few years ago constantly seeing 757's in and out. It's not a rarity these days, but not as many as I would like to see.

Oh well. (damn 737s)
 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 5:03 pm

Domestic cities that see 757 service:

SFO/LAX/LAS/DEN/SAT/AUS/MSY/FLL/TPA/MCO/PBI/MSY/SEA

International (non-european):
CUN/PVR/SJD/LIM/UIO
 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Mon Jan 15, 2007 5:35 pm

Quoting FlyDreamliner (Reply 7):
I don't think all the 752s have gone international quite yet

All 41 752s are configured for Transatlantic service. If each and every one of them has done so I haven't a clue ... As far as I know they all flow though the route system without restriction. Hmmmm.... perhaps I should track one or two of them for a month and see....  scratchchin 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Tue Jan 16, 2007 3:09 am

Quoting IAHcsr (Reply 10):
All 41 752s are configured for Transatlantic service. If each and every one of them has done so I haven't a clue ... As far as I know they all flow though the route system without restriction. Hmmmm.... perhaps I should track one or two of them for a month and see....

Hmmm, perhaps you should. I'm quite interested in what's actually going on with these 757s.

Maybe it can replace the Peter Max threads for a few weeks. LOL
 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Tue Jan 16, 2007 7:41 am

Nothing can replace the peter max threads... nothing.
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For what it's worth, Continental was running a daily nonstop 752 IAH-ANC this holiday season. I flew on it both ways! Didn't get upgraded, tho. Didn't expect to- it was my first time flying as a silver.

I like the 752 generally, but wish CO's had updated video screens (bigger, please) and the seats from the 753, which are FAR more comfortable than the rest of the CO narrowbody fleet seats.
 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Wed Jan 17, 2007 4:13 pm

Quoting CMB320 (Reply 11):
Hmmm, perhaps you should. I'm quite interested in what's actually going on with these 757s.

Ok, You asked for it.... Tracking Ships 101 and 141 (but only 1/16-1/31)

1/16 Ship 101 LIS 65 EWR
Ship 141 LGW 29 EWR 1692 MCO

1/17 Ship 101 EWR 754 PBI 355 EWR 54 CDG
Ship 141 MCO 193 EWR 192 MCO 36 EWR 26 BHX

1/18 Ship 101 CDG 55 EWR 28 LGW
Ship 141 BHX 27 EWR 17 LAX 1803 EWR
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Thu Jan 18, 2007 11:40 am

Quoting CMB320 (Reply 8):
I didn't realize there were that few 757 flights out of IAH.

You've got to distinguish between the 752 and the 753. In February, CO is going to be operating 30 757's a day...evenly split between both aircraft. By summer those numbers should be even higher...
 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Thu Jan 18, 2007 12:13 pm

Quoting Continental123 (Reply 5):
FLL gets quite a few 752s a day.

I thought FLL got more 753's than 752's
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Thu Jan 18, 2007 12:22 pm

how many 753's does CO have now?
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Fri Jan 19, 2007 3:44 am

Quoting Brons2 (Reply 16):
how many 753's does CO have now?

CO has 41 752s and 17 753s.
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Fri Jan 19, 2007 7:55 am

Tracking....Tracking.....
1/19 Ship 101 LGW EWR 68 ARN
Ship 141 EWR 292 MCO 693 EWR 1601 FLL 1700 EWR

1/20 Ship 101 ARN 69 EWR 37 MCO 76 EWR 501 FLL
Ship 141 EWR 871 SXM 870 EWR 20 MAN
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Wed Jan 24, 2007 7:44 am

Still Tracking..... Tracking....

1/21 Ship 101 MCO 193 EWR 192 MCO 36 EWR 26 BHX
Ship 141 MAN 21 EWR 23 IAH 307 SFO

1/22 Ship 101 BHX 27 EWR 676 RSW 277 EWR
Ship 141 SFO 1049 EWR 354 PBI

1/23 Ship 101 LnMx EWR
Ship 141 PBI 1755 EWR 668 LAS 696 IAH 1479 SAT

1/24 Ship 101 StBy EWR
Ship 141 SAT 578 IAH 1689 SAN
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Thu Jan 25, 2007 12:52 am

I used to enjoy seeing the "rockets" take off here in BZE on Saturdays....now we are left with the omnipresent 738/733
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Fri Jan 26, 2007 12:50 pm

Quoting Yellowtail (Reply 20):
now we are left with the omnipresent 738/733

Someday they will come again....  crossfingers 

Back to tracking.. tracking...

1/25 Ship 101 EWR 301 FLL 1800 EWR
Ship 141 SAN 132 IAH 1548 FLL 249 IAH 1095 LAX

1/26 Ship 101 EWR 801 FLL 800 EWR 76 BRS
Ship 141 LAX 1794 IAH 1679 SAT 178 IAH 1548 FLL 249 IAH 1479 SAT

1/27 Ship 101 BRS 77 EWR 1037 LIM 1038 EWR
Ship 141 SAT 7 IAH 1448 FLL 149 IAH 1689 SAN
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Sun Jan 28, 2007 11:17 am

Last tracking.... tracking.....

1/28 Ship 101 EWR 1801 FLL 1500 EWR 1682 MCO
Ship 141 SAN 132 IAH 50 EWR 501 FLL

1/29 Ship 101 MCO 193 EWR 668 LAS 696 IAH 1095 LAX
Ship 141 FLL 400 EWR 454 PBI 1855 EWR 94 BFS

As of 2231hrs CST I'm on vacation for two weeks so this is the end....
I think this exercise has demonstrated the point that the the 752's flow though the routing system domestic, TransAtl, So. Am... etc..  bouncy   eyepopping 
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RE: CO 757s Thru IAH

Sun Jan 28, 2007 1:38 pm

Thanks IAHcsr.... as usual reliable and entertaining. Enjoy your vacation!