uses the 767-300ER on one flight (DL70) and the 767-400ER on the other flight (DL76, scheduled to start in June). The reason you see "762" designated for DL70 is because now that DL
has gotten rid of their 767-200s, they can now officially distinguish among their various 767 series aircraft:
762 = 767-300ER (ex-Gulf Air version seating 30 in BusinessElite)
767 = 767-300ER (regular DL
763 for international seating 36 in BusinessElite)
763 = Domestic 767-300 (non-ER)
764 = 767-400ER (regular DL
764 in domestic 2 class configuration being used on international routes this summer selling as all-coach)
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Quoting Homer71 (Reply 6):
CO 762s have PTVs, so personally, I would opt for that on a transatlantic flight.
Great, I did not know that. That makes my decision easier.
Personally, I would always opt for a nonstop flight unless there is a significant price difference. I can sleep on planes so a PTV is not going to make me make an extra stop (in one of the most delay prone airports in the country like EWR
no less). Also, on the DL76 (operated by the 764), if you get a seat in the forward cabin (rows 1-7), they are domestic First Class seats being sold as Coach and they have PTVs as well...