|Quoting jreuschl (Reply 2):|
There is one of the flights. At least flightware is listing it as a 738, considering they have issues in showing most/all WN flights as 733
|Quoting lucianflyboy (Reply 5):|
Shows as a 73H in Sabre. Congrats to WN!
|Quoting FSDan (Reply 9):|
I still don't understand why WN doesn't publish aircraft information in their flight schedules.
|Quoting FSDan (Reply 9):|
Is there any place where you can see in advance if a flight is going to be on a 735, 733, 73G, or 738?
|Quoting FSDan (Reply 11):|
True, but that happens at every major airline.
|Quoting 71Zulu (Reply 16):|
Anybody know today's schedule?
|Quoting WNCrew (Reply 6):|
That's correct. The internal designator is 73H for all ETOPS -800's and then the 5 leased birds we get this year (starting with 8600) will be NON-ETOPS and they'll be shown as a 738.
|Quoting spartanmjf (Reply 29):|
That said, they are still working out how to do drink/snack service - it is one LONG 737 and it took four folks a good part of the flight to get it done. I can see the carts going away.......
|Quoting RWA380 (Reply 1):|
let the ETOPS certification begin for Hawaii bound canyon blue....
|Quoting usflyguy (Reply 34):|
It'll be the same when you get on a plane with PMFL crew members trying to do a tray service... Probably not going to go as fast as WN pax are used to.
|Quoting gizmonc (Reply 27):|
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|Quoting Atlwest1 (Reply 35):|
except FL does use trays for biz class and first few rows of coach and most have done that service, plus a good portion of the upper seniorities worked at J7 which used exclusively trays and on flights with 40 pax total or less most fa's use the tray method at FL.
|Quoting SkyCub (Reply 37):|
Which is still quite different than serving 137 people with trays on a 50 minute flight.
|Quoting WNCrew (Reply 38):|
The carts are working just fine, are here TO STAY, and the service (in most cases) is actually faster than it was on trays. Its a cart, they're not serving off the backs of monkeys on roller-blades, it's not rocket science.
|Quoting PGNCS (Reply 33):|
I don't know why it matters. For the customers it's still just an open seating 737.
|Quoting usflyguy (Reply 40):|
But I love monkeys on rollerblades.
|Quoting IMissPiedmont (Reply 44):|
I can say with certainty though that I would not fly WN to Hawaii unless they add a business class, I can hardly take 2 hours in coach.
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