The config has been announced a while ago and the first renovated 767 has been flying for a few months now (mainly Peru routes). The first 77W (PT-MUD) has also been flying for a month now (mainly GRU-MAD). But the event mentioned by the OP was the official launch in Brazil, held inside the new line...Jump to post
There is a typo in the announcement. The presented amount is in USD, not BRL. If you go to Gol's investor relations website in Portuguese, it will show in USD. http://ri.voegol.com.br/download_arquivos.asp?id_arquivo=25D831FE-BBEF-41F2-A73C-309468C74916 Latam also bidded and won some UPIs for a simi...Jump to post
It is showing fine for me...
This is the link for the photo posted:http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2d9b6ud&s=9#.XMNi2S_My7Y
There is already a 767 in commercial service with the new cabins, but it is based in LIM. That said, the first 77W slated to receive the new cabins was flown to AUH. PT-MUD has been in AUH since October, but I am not sure if it started retrofit since then... There was already a slack in JJ longhaul...Jump to post
It probably can. LA/JJ flew GRU-BOG with A320 CEO in the past. I took this flight several times during the last 2 years.Jump to post
This plane was A7-AMA, one of the 2 A359s they leased from Latam.
All 77Ws are GE90 poweredJump to post
The latest fleet plan shows the end of 2020 https://thepointsguy.com/news/aa-767-retirement-retains-a330s/ In the article: Keeping the A330-300s: The plan was to retire all nine of AA’s A330-300s in 2020 to help simplify the fleet. Now, those retirement plans are on hold. The airline plans to keep ...Jump to post
Their custom seat (Thompson) is based on the Vantage XL honeymoon option. Some seats will be close, but that is the idea...
(Not saying I am a fan of that)
Yes, they even returned one from storage (PT-MUI) recently, repainted in the new Latam scheme.Jump to post
Does anyone have more info about the business class retrofit?
Latam Peru was supposed to have the first refurbished aircraft by end of (this) year...
Interesting...she flew IB instead of LH on 748 (with F)Jump to post
I don’t know the reason to explain, but on my experience the route to EZE (from GRU/GIG) is usually bumpy at some point...Jump to post
thgsr08 wrote:PT-MOG is schedule to leave LATAM Brasil fleet to operate on behalf of Latam Argentina. (probably one to be painted into LATAM cs.)
This timing allow them to use an aircraft between red-eye rotations to USA or EuropeJump to post
On rack rate (for members and non members) they include complimentary companions (family and friends).
Former Varig aircraft were the temporary MD-11s, which were returned once the 77Ws started to arrive.
Currently no former RG aircraft in their fleet.
Only 10 763's are getting the updates - 7 are being retired over next year. Does anyone know which ones? Hopefully PT-MOG is among those retired soon...the oddball of JJ's fleet. What does all this matter if they keep the same horses as FA? I mean, in the Brazilian division TAM. Intl FA for JJ is e...Jump to post
You are correct.
Both fly to GRU and only BA to GIG. LA/JJ used to fly GIG-LHR regularly in the past, now I guess it is only seasonal/one-offs (if ever).
PT-MOG is the oddball of JJ fleet, the only one with the old LA interior. How long it will take them to refit or retire this frame.Jump to post
I would not envision any major change soon (on this transition)...
Currently the best domestic lounge available in T2 is the Bradesco one (which accepts AMEX, but I guess only Brazilian issued ones). Other alternative GOL, which accepts Priority Pass. This means no support for Star Alliance...
from the picture it is possible to see the tug...of course the tug can have arrived after the incident, but would say it was being tugged.Jump to post
Does anyone know if LA is transferring more 767s to JJ? I see that a few chilean regs are flying/scheduled to fly routes from Brazil, which seems odd. International flying would be ok, but I would say it is not allowed to fly domestic routes... https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/cc-czu http...Jump to post
Well, LATAM confirmed the 747 from Wamos, HOWEVER it came with another new. 2 772 ex-SIA are joining LA's fleet soon. The ideia of 4 LATAM Brasil's 77W could be expeculation or thrue, no one knows. First ex-SQ B772ER has landed. Delivery 23-24 April 2018 from Alice Springs to GIG via BNE. Boeing 77...Jump to post
They are currently all ex LAN, 2012-2013 built (except for PT-MOG which is 90's built and has a different interior). They are a nice ride, with J cabin similar to the 787s.Jump to post
jagraham wrote:Some 767s in the 900s have been going to freighter conversion. UA brought 3 767s from HA; I am surprised that they didn't try harder for the 767s that ANA, JAL, and LATAM are letting go.
don´t want to be annoying but this is what I meant. no worries! There is one other detail: Brazil will be in savings time (DST) in December, 1h forward. Flight time would be 12:05 on GRU-TLV and 15:15 on TLV-GRU, still a 3h scheduled difference (eastbound x westbound), which I do not know if it exc...Jump to post
Hello, did anyone noticed that in the article above the schedule gives us a flight time of 11:05H GRU-TLV and a 16:55H flight time on the TLV-GRU leg ......? I think I saw it correctly. Can anyone comment please? Have a good live Flight times are published in local times GRU - GMT -3 TLV - GMT +3Jump to post
And this comes with the reduction of frequencies on the LAX-GRU route (from daily to 4x weekly)Jump to post