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Does A Pilot Can Fly A 767 And A 757

Tue Jun 19, 2001 11:04 am

I just want to know if a pilot can fly a 757 and a 767. For example in the morning fly with a 757, and in the afternoon fly back in a 767. Because I notice that the cockpits of this 2 planes are identical.
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RE: Does A Pilot Can Fly A 767 And A 757

Tue Jun 19, 2001 11:07 am

Yes I believe thats the way it works. Either that, or they don't need but maybe 15 minutes of training for the other  Smile
 
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RE: Does A Pilot Can Fly A 767 And A 757

Tue Jun 19, 2001 11:42 am

They have common cockpit qualifications. Can go from one to the other and back. No additional training needed.
 
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RE: Does A Pilot Can Fly A 767 And A 757

Tue Jun 19, 2001 12:27 pm

At Continental if type rated on the 757/767, you fly the
757-200, 767-200,767-400 and soon the 757-300.

On the 737 fleet those pilots fly the -300,500,700,800 and soon the -900 series.

Its certainly not the safest idea, but it saves the company a fortune in pilots required, and our old independent union did nothing to stop it, maybe we'll have better luck with ALPA.
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Delta737
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RE: Does A Pilot Can Fly A 767 And A 757

Tue Jun 19, 2001 12:40 pm

True. Actually, at Delta if you go to 767-400 school, you're actually going to 757/767-200/767-300/767-300ER ground school with an extra 6 days or so for -400 differences training.

We have three categories of 757/767's at Delta.

Domestic 767 flies the 757-200, 767-200, 767-300, 767-300ER

Domestic/International(Hawaii) 767-400 pilots only fly the 767-400

International 767 pilots only fly the 767-300ER unless coverage is needed domestically by agreement during some months I believe.

The 737 is even crazier.

The MCO 737-200 only flies the 737-200

The 73G only flies the EFIS 737-300's

The 73N only flies the 737-800's

The 737 category only flies the 737-200's and "round dial" 737-300's

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RE: Does A Pilot Can Fly A 767 And A 757

Tue Jun 19, 2001 1:18 pm

Doug -

Have they combined the 767-400 with the 757/767 domestic category? When I was doing my internship in the spring, we had 4 distinct 767 categories...

767: Domestic category flying 757/762/763
764: Domestic category flying 767-400
7ER: International category flying 767-300ER
765: International category (Hawaii) flying 767-400
 
trickijedi
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RE: Does A Pilot Can Fly A 767 And A 757

Tue Jun 19, 2001 2:18 pm

Doug,

Is there any particular reason that those who fly the 767-400 only fly that particular plane and none of the others? Is there a significant difference between the 767-400 and the 767-300ER that causes a distinct seperation in training of the two aircrafts? Or is this just a Delta thing? Thanks.
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