In the UA crossfleeting thread, there was a link to the UA timetable:
I took a look at YVR-ORD just out of curiosity.
The first flight listed is UA686, with an A320, which operates on two Sundays over the four-week period (6:00a-12:06p). The next flight is UA1635, a 737-800 departing at the same time, arriving two minutes later(12:08p), operating just once during that same period. Then there are five more listings of UA686, with varying operating days during that period:
The rest of the flights are just as mixed. My first question is, what's with the one-minute difference in flight schedule time on what would otherwise be exactly the same flight?
I recognize trying to match capacity to demand (and equipment availability) on each day of a schedule, but it seems rather excessive to have 38 different flight listings for a route that, essentially, has 4 flights per day.
Don't even get me started with the SFO-ORD page.