How many hours were the lines built?
Anywhere from 7 hours (turns), to 65 hours (Generally three day trips).
What aircraft are they for?
DC-9-31, DC-9-51, Boeing 727-100, Boeing 727-200, and A-300.
How many crew per line/aircraft?
All A-300 flights required 6 FA
The 727 flights generally required 3 to 4 FA
The DC-9 flights required 2 to 3 FA
What cities were available for layovers?
, ORF, CLT
, GNV, BOS
Were they long/short?
The shortest was 8 hours with the majority lasting around 20 to 23 hours.
There were a few that lasted 32 hours! (All in PVD
though- kind of strange)
Most of the warm destinations such as SRQ
, and SJU
had the longer layovers.
What was a long duty day?
I am not sure exactly what you mean by this, but the longest day I see (Starting from Departure of the first flight and ending with the landing of the final flight of the day) was 12 hours, but most lasted between 7 and 9 hours.
What were city pairings for turns?
Turns included: ORD
, & ORD
Yes, there were a few international lines to Canadian cities such as YUL
. There were also lines to SJU
, and SDQ