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Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:58 am

So I have fallen off my game and I am looking to take an International bird for a ride ... I havent had time off in a very long time to non-rev/jumpseat on an international bird in a while. I dont really have time to go international so:
What Domestic Routes in America feature Long Haul or International configured Aircraft??

I know DL ATL-LAX 77L ... please add more

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:11 am

UA IAD - ORD, DEN, LAX & SFO 772 / 763
UA IAD - SFO 747
UA ran seasonal service during xmas last year LAS - LAX & SFO with 772's

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:19 am

AA DFW-ORD 772 is one off the top of my head..there might be an MIA-LAX 772 also.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:22 am

JQ puts its A332 on SYD-OOL, MEL-SYD, CNS-OOL (occasionally)
QF puts its A333 on SYD-ADL
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:26 am

AA229 LAX-MIA

A quick search through Flightaware might help.

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:27 am

DL runs a 77L from ATL-LAX as a part of their SYD service. Also DL runs 763's (non ER) all throughout the domestic system.

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:36 am

QF has A332s and 763ERs on SYD-PER, MEL-PER, BNE-PER, ADL-PER. In fact, I dare say almost every domestic route will have an A332 or a B763ER serving it at some point.
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:44 am



Quoting Ramerinianair (Thread starter):

DL runs a 767-300ER on ATL-JFK. 777 on ATL-LAX
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:45 am

Delta also runs 2x weekly 777 service on ATL-DTW (and reverse).
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:46 am

AA runs 763's on DFW-LAX-DFW, DFW-SFO-DFW, DFW-MIA, ORD-LAX-ORD, ORD-SFO-ORD, MIA-LAX-MIA, MIA-SFO-MIA, MIA-JFK-MIA, and JFK-SFO-JFK. AA also runs 772's on DFW-ORD-DFW, and MIA-LAX-MIA. MIA-DFW-MIA is also starting up once again in January I believe.
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:52 am

You can get on a US 767-200 used on TATL runs between PHL and MCO, CLT and SJU among others.

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:52 am



Quoting Avrich (Reply 4):
AA229 LAX-MIA

AA also uses the B772 on:
AA 299 MIA-LAX
AA 1516 LAX-MIA
AA 2350 DFW-ORD
AA 2345 ORD-DFW
AA 1751 MIA-DFW will soon operate with the B772.
AA 1238 DFW-MIA will soon operate with the B772.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:53 am

QF run their 744 SYD-LAX-JFK-LAX-SYD if you wanted to jump on the LAX-JFK-LAX legs
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:53 am



Quoting JQFlightie (Reply 3):
JQ puts its A332 on SYD-OOL, MEL-SYD, CNS-OOL (occasionally)
QF puts its A333 on SYD-ADL



Quoting CXB77L (Reply 6):
QF has A332s and 763ERs on SYD-PER, MEL-PER, BNE-PER, ADL-PER. In fact, I dare say almost every domestic route will have an A332 or a B763ER serving it at some point.

Our friend wont be starting this post if he can venture to Australia to take those flights.  Smile
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 2:54 am



Quoting Phishphan70 (Reply 12):
QF run their 744 SYD-LAX-JFK-LAX-SYD if you wanted to jump on the LAX-JFK-LAX legs

Unless something has recently changed and I've missed it, only international passengers are allowed to fly on this flight.
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:13 am

This winter, AA runs internationally configured 772s on:

DFW-MIA (1x)
DFW-ORD (1x)
LAX-MIA (1x)

On MIA-LAX, there are three classes of service. On DFW-MIA and DFW-ORD, the Business class cabin is sold as coach, but only elites and full-fare Y/B passengers can reserve the seats.

This winter, AA runs international configured 763s on:

DFW-LAX (1x)
DFW-MIA (1x; DFW-->MIA only)
JFK-MIA (1x)
JFK-SFO (1x)
LAX-MIA (2x)
LAX-ORD (1x)
MIA-ORD (4x)
MIA-SFO (2x; including on the redeye)
MIA-SJU (2w)
ORD-SFO (1x)

Also, while not domestic, AA also runs international 763s on very short international sectors, including MIA-PAP, MIA-SDQ and MIA-MGA.

[Edited 2009-11-16 19:17:20]
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:16 am

The LA 763 on JFK-YYZ-JFK and CX 773 on JFK-YVR-JFK aren't domestic, but may similarly fit your need for longhaul birds on shorter routes.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 3:35 am

CO 762ER on EWR-IAH, occasionally 772ER.
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:00 am



Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 15):
DFW-MIA (1x)

Any idea how long this rotation is sticking around for?
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:47 am



Quoting CXB77L (Reply 6):
QF has A332s and 763ERs on SYD-PER, MEL-PER, BNE-PER, ADL-PER. In fact, I dare say almost every domestic route will have an A332 or a B763ER serving it at some point.

Infact, most MEL-SYD sectors on QF are either A332s or 763ERs, and QF have even used 763ERs MEL-CBR! Love it LOL, always great seeing these birds at the domestic terminals! I did a day trip the other day MEL-SYD because i was bored and had a day off, just for fun to have another ride on the A332 and 763 Big grin
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:50 am



Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 14):

Yeah, I think Qantas isn't allowed to carry domestic passengers in the US.

Quoting Flyiguy (Reply 1):

UA has widebody service, some internationally configured, between all hubs except LAX-SFO.
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 4:54 am

Specifically I know of UA doing SFO - DEN. not sure of the frequency, but I was on it not more than 2 months ago just for fun. they used a 772
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:37 am



Quoting Super80DFW (Reply 18):
Quoting MAH4546 (Reply 15):
DFW-MIA (1x)

Any idea how long this rotation is sticking around for?

This weekend all the new widebody domestic flying from MIA was extended through April 4th, except for the SFO-MIA 763 redeye, sadly. So for now, at least through April, but likely past that.
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:38 am

Tomorrow, (17 Nov) AC has the following widebodies between YVR and YYZ scheduled :

E/B
A/C --> freq.
763 --> 4
777 --> 2
333 --> 1

W/B
A/C --> freq.
763 --> 5
777 --> 1
333 --> 1

1 daily YYZ-YHZ frequency is on the 763 and vice-versa (a positioning flight for the YHZ-LHR flight it seems from the AC timetable).

One RapidAir YOW-YYZ frequency is on the 763, though none scheduled NE-bound
One RapidAir YUL - YYZ frequency is on the 763, though none scueduled NE-bound.

I am uncertain how AC rotates the A330-300 before the YYC-LHR run or after the LHR-YYC run. Ferry? Dedicated A/C?

That is what I came up with in terms of AC widebody domestic service.

Source: AC desktop timetable. All data reflect scheduled operations on the 17th of November, 2009.

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 9:22 pm

South African use an A343 once per day on their JNB-CPT route (and vice versa) out of their 15 or so daily services... It's the 12:00 departure, and I'm booked on it in a few weeks  Smile A319 on the next leg though.

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:06 pm



Quoting DeltaL1011man (Reply 7):

DL runs a 767-300ER on ATL-JFK. 777 on ATL-LAX

Delta also runs 777s on JFK-ATL and DTW-ATL a few times a week.

767-300ERs twice a week on EWR-ATL as well. PIT-ATL also sees a couple of flights on 757-200 ETOPS each week.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Thu Nov 19, 2009 5:34 am



Quoting Steex (Reply 16):
The LA 763 on JFK-YYZ-JFK and CX 773 on JFK-YVR-JFK aren't domestic, but may similarly fit your need for longhaul birds on shorter routes.

And PR YVR-LAS-YVR, continuation of their MNL-YVR A340-300 service. YVR-LAS must be the only sector in North America using an A340.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Thu Nov 19, 2009 4:33 pm



Quoting CGKings317 (Reply 23):
I am uncertain how AC rotates the A330-300 before the YYC-LHR run or after the LHR-YYC run. Ferry? Dedicated A/C?

Usually they rotate the a/c in LHR, so the a/c might fly YYZ-LHR-YYC-LHR-YYZ or something similar to that.

Quoting CGKings317 (Reply 23):
One RapidAir YOW-YYZ frequency is on the 763, though none scheduled NE-bound

This is to position the a/c for the LHR flight on days there is a FRA flight since FRA only runs 4 days a week this time of year. The inbound a/c from LHR will go out to FRA and then a 763 flies in on a Rapidair for the LHR departure. The reverse happens when they have the FRA inbound but not outbound, the 763 will fly back to YYZ on a Rapidair.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Thu Nov 19, 2009 10:14 pm

Not sure if they still do this, but Qantas runs a flight in a 747 from LAX to JFK... or atleat they did...

And DL sometimes has 777 into MCO, or you can get a 764 on CO from IAH-EWR
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Fri Nov 20, 2009 11:08 am

I think this post was discussed before but... anyway...

Here in Spain:

- Iberia flies Airbus A343 and A346 to TFN, LPA and sometimes, on the Puente Aereo route to BCN. All from MAD.

- Air Europa flies Airbus A332 to TFN, LPA, BCN and PMI. Boeing 767-300's are flown in substitution of Airbus metal.

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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Fri Nov 20, 2009 1:45 pm



Quoting Steex (Reply 8):
Delta also runs 2x weekly 777 service on ATL-DTW (and reverse).

I saw that one land in ATL a couple weeks ago and figured it must be landing from NRT or DXB or somewhere afar...Flightaware'd it and saw it was coming in from DTW and was pretty surprised. Beautiful plane.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Fri Nov 20, 2009 3:53 pm

HNL and OGG of course are considered domestic routes. . . AA runs their 763's and DL their 330's on those routes which have the same config. for international service. UA runs a domestic config. 777 and 763 to HI not their international birds.
 
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Fri Nov 20, 2009 4:39 pm

Delta did run some heavy metal from ATL to FLL and MCO....
764's, 763's, and MD-11's maybe 5 to 8 years back.
I also remembering taking a night flight 764 CVG-ATL. The equipment turned aournd there and
headed to Santiago, Chile as another flight.
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RE: Long Haul Birds On Domestic Routes...

Sun Nov 22, 2009 10:40 pm

For Russia, there are many long haul birds on the far east destinations from MOW and LED.

However short hops on the A332 is possible with SU on the SVO-LED-SVO run.
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