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Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:09 pm


Dear A.ner members,

I was wondering where did USAir send their Boeing 767-200s?

Regards,
Sébastien C. Tourillon
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:52 pm

What time period are you asking about? PI bought the 762s not too long before the merger and they did all of the TATL flying from their arrival until the 330s showed up. They also did all sorts of Florida and Caribbean flying from the hubs.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sat Oct 22, 2016 9:54 pm

In the 1990s they used them transcon; I flew one LAX-PHL.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sat Oct 22, 2016 10:10 pm

I used to fly on the USAir 762's fairly often between CLT-LAX, when I was double-connecting between DAB and OAK.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sat Oct 22, 2016 10:20 pm

In a nutshell, the US 767s flew to Europe. some domestic hub to hub, Florida and the Caribbean and in the latter days of their careers they operated to Brazil too.

After retirement they flew west - to the desert for a well earned rest.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sat Oct 22, 2016 11:04 pm

at least one of the retired birds is here at Goodyear.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sat Oct 22, 2016 11:38 pm

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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:48 am

I got to fly one December 2011, MCO-PHL. While it was really nice having a widebody coming back from the House of Mouse, the aircraft was ready for retirement. Not just the interiors, the overhead bins in economy were small, but more noticeably was the groans and grinding noise the aircraft made when retracting the flaps and landing gear. When we landed at PHL I noticed our flight was continuing on to Zurich.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:01 am

I used to commute on them all the time between PIT and PHL. I also flew on one between CUN and CLT. It was just about empty and we cruised at 43000 feet.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:40 am

dcajet wrote:
In a nutshell, the US 767s flew to Europe. some domestic hub to hub, Florida and the Caribbean and in the latter days of their careers they operated to Brazil too.

After retirement they flew west - to the desert for a well earned rest.



I had the chance to fly the 767 on their second day of the CLT-GRU route. It was my first and last time with US. This was back in 2013. The crew was excited and the service was good. Envoy class was quite old and it was very clear that the airplane had seen better days. But it was quite an enjoyable flight, specially because I had the chance to sit next to an extremely friendly flight attendant.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 5:09 am

They flew to BOS, CLT, LAX, MCO, MIA, PIT, PHL, SJU,TPA, CUN, BDA all the PMUS Europe flights and numerous Caribbean destination before the A330. Piedmont flew them to LGW and FRA before merger.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 5:10 am

I am pleased to see the CLt-HNL and CLT-GRU mentions which were the furthest extent of what US was able to do with this quite limited, but quite cheap fleet. They made good use of the airplanes. They were workhorses. US was not a mega airline like we have today. The made maximum use of what few tools they had.

In late 2000s they also pushed the 767 to ATH. Dual daily PIT-FRA also happened at some point. This might be my favorite fleet just because of how hard US pushed them. They redid the interiors in 2007-08 timeframe, with new J class seats and new seat covers and communal LCD panels in coach. New lavatories as well. They replaced 1980s era projection screens in coach. I took one CLT-SLU with the new interior. They had a dignified end with good paint jobs (that were legendarily raggedy in the USAIrwars era). US simply didn't have he money to paint them or fix the interiors until Doug Parker personally set up a project to do so, in response to front line employee outcry.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 5:17 am

First time I flew on one was in Feb 2007, between PHL and MXP. This was before fhe retrofit, it was a throwback to 80's. Those two tone gray seats had seen better days.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 6:47 am

LeCoqFrancais wrote:

Dear A.ner members,

I was wondering where did USAir send their Boeing 767-200s?

Regards,

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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 8:33 am

I had the "pleasure" to fly one DUB-PHL a few years ago.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 9:54 am

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Sun Oct 23, 2016 10:51 am

To FRA
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 11:44 am

PIT and CLT to CDG
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:14 pm

They had 12 total (half were ex-Piedmont aircraft built and delivered in the 1986-87 time frame and used by Piedmont to open up CLT-LGW and CLT-FRA). Another batch was delivered in the early 1990s to USAir. They flew them from PHL and CLT to all their European stations that they had at the time, until the A330's began to arrive in 2000. They also flew them briefly out of BOS to FRA where they had a service for a time in the mid-1990's. The 762s also rotated through many Caribbean destinations including SJU and for the brief time US had CLT-HNL, they flew that route as well.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:54 pm

I flew the US 762s a number of times between PHL and BCN in the mid 2000s, when US was still in *A. They looked pretty run down already by then.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 1:04 pm

Boof02671 wrote:
They flew to BOS, CLT, LAX, MCO, MIA, PIT, PHL, SJU,TPA, CUN, BDA all the PMUS Europe flights and numerous Caribbean destination before the A330. Piedmont flew them to LGW and FRA before merger.


SFO and BWI also saw scheduled 767 flights. TPA saw flights with PI, but I don't remember if US ran the rote. I seem to remember an equipment sub flight or two for the 757 when I worked in PHL back in the 90s, maybe to SEA, but don't quote me on it.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 1:26 pm

Back while my Grandma was still around we went to MCO yearly Jan 2-5 ish for her birthday and I usually saw a 762 sitting there, not sure if it was going to PHL CLT or PHX (last trip we made was 2012) but I saw it a lot. As for if that was seasonal (Christmas school break Disney world is at its highest these weeks)
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 2:13 pm

I flew on one back in 2002 on PIT-CDG. Even though that was ~10 years before they were gone, that particular plane was still pretty rough looking. Was sitting in the middle section on the left aisle in the second to last row. The last row was reserved for crew rest. The movie screen/projector was essentially in black and white and way too far away to see anything.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 2:13 pm

ORDJOE wrote:
Back while my Grandma was still around we went to MCO yearly Jan 2-5 ish for her birthday and I usually saw a 762 sitting there, not sure if it was going to PHL CLT or PHX (last trip we made was 2012) but I saw it a lot. As for if that was seasonal (Christmas school break Disney world is at its highest these weeks)

It was not uncommon for the 762 to fly from CLT/[PHL to MCO.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 2:37 pm

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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 2:53 pm

I flew MUC-PHI-MUC back in 2000 and 2001 and they were already ancient inside back then...
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 3:43 pm

I flew a USAir 762 LGW - CLT in '95 or '96 when they were operating in full BA colours, crew were in BA uniforms and the on board service was to BA standards.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:13 pm

I flew LAX-PHL in May 1998, the flight continued on to FCO.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:15 pm

I flew LAX-PHL in May 1998, the flight continued on to FCO.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:38 pm

303dk wrote:
Daily CLT-STT


I flew on one CLT-STT in 2012 and was surprised that for an aircraft as old as it was (it was an ex-PI bird), it was extremely clean and well-kept. It was a very enjoyable flight.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 5:01 pm

PI acquired the first batch of 762s, which I believe PI dubbed 767ERs. US acquired the remaining batch in the early 90s.

They were US's only bird that flew to Europe until the A333s arrived in 2000. They were initially fitted with an F class in a 2x1x2 configuration before being refitted with Envoy recliners back in 1997. The recliners were replaced with lie flats after the US/HP merger.

Between 1994-97 a couple of birds were repainted into the full BA Landor livery operated by crews who donned the full BA uniform, primarily operating LGW-PIT/CLT.

CLT-LGW was technically US's first transatlantic route, followed by CLT-FRA. They also attempted BOS-FRA and BWI-LGW back in the mid 1990s. They had long term plans to turn BOS into a TATL hub.

In addition to Europe, they flew premium transcontinental flights from SFO and LAX to PHL/CLT/PIT/BWI. My first widebody flight was between PIT and LAX back in 2001 on the last row of the plane.

Once the A333s arrived (which initially had three class of service Y/J/F), the 767s began serving lower yielding TATL routes. US also used them for expanding into new markets.

PHL-ATH, CLT-GIG/GRU/HNL definitely pushed the planes limits. Although they were considered ERs, they were not as advanced as CO's 762s.

In short, US's 762s were similar to NW DC10s. They had cheap lease rates and were likeable workhorses.

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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 5:12 pm

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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Sun Oct 23, 2016 11:41 pm

Flighty wrote:
Dual daily PIT-FRA also happened at some point .


That never happened.


Cointrin330 wrote:
They had 12 total (half were ex-Piedmont aircraft built and delivered in the 1986-87 time frame and used by Piedmont to open up CLT-LGW and CLT-FRA).

USAirALB wrote:
CLT-LGW was technically US's first transatlantic route, followed by CLT-FRA.


PI never operated CLT-FRA.

The combined carrier's second European route was PIT-FRA. CLT-FRA came later.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 12:31 am

flyPIT wrote:

PI never operated CLT-FRA.

The combined carrier's second European route was PIT-FRA. CLT-FRA came later.


Yeah, my mistake. I meant to say US. I believe PI initially operated CLT-LGW just for a short time before becoming a subsidiary of the US Air Group.

They must have begun at nearly the same time then, as this timetable shows both CLT and PIT operating from FRA: http://www.departedflights.com/US120292p14.html

That timetable also shows US operating BWI-LGW at the time.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 1:37 am

USAirALB wrote:
They must have begun at nearly the same time then, as this timetable shows both CLT and PIT operating from FRA: http://www.departedflights.com/US120292p14.html


IIRC PIT-FRA started in 1990; CLT-FRA after 1991
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http://www.departedflights.com/US030291.html
Note the PIT-MAN route was also announced but never received approval and CDG was their first Europe route from PHL. CLT-FRA started sometime after all that.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:06 am

The aircraft really struggled on the WB segment of ATH-PHL, if there was weather( or even no weather) at times the aircraft had to stop in BGR or BOS. NRSA travelled out of ATH when this aircraft operated the route was a pain in the rear end as it usually was weight restricted/
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 6:24 am

flyjoe wrote:

SFO and BWI also saw scheduled 767 flights. TPA saw flights with PI, but I don't remember if US ran the rote. I seem to remember an equipment sub flight or two for the 757 when I worked in PHL back in the 90s, maybe to SEA, but don't quote me on it.


Piedmont bought the first ones specifically for the TPA-CLT-LGW route which began on 6/15/87. Piedmont thought including TPA would help them win the TATL slot from CLT but I don't think they were required to always have it originate in TPA. Piedmont offered J class with 2x1x2 which was sold as F domestically. This is the same time Piedmont introduced F class across their fleet. With the exception of a handful of brand new 727-200ERs with 12 F seats they had purchased starting in 1984 specifically for transcon (CLT/DAY-LAX began 4/1/84 and DAY/CLT-SFO began 11/1/84), they had before been an all Coach airline, even with open seating in the earlier 1980s. PI also flew them CLT-LAX and BWI-LAX and BWI-LGW when they got that route. I never remember CLT-SFO on PI or US but not sure about the other hubs.

The only other place I haven't specifically seen mentioned is CLT-NAS on US.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 10:03 am

CLT-NAS saw the 767-200? I do not recall this.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 3:41 pm

chepos wrote:
CLT-NAS saw the 767-200? I do not recall this.


I flew it roundtrip in December 2002.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:07 pm

In the mid 90s, I flew a US 762 from PIT to SFO.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 4:46 pm

flyPIT wrote:
Flighty wrote:
Dual daily PIT-FRA also happened at some point .


That never happened.


Darn it. What Trans Atlantic route was done by US 767 double daily? I can remember something.
 
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Mon Oct 24, 2016 8:26 pm

USAirALB wrote:
Between 1994-97 a couple of birds were repainted into the full BA Landor livery operated by crews who donned the full BA uniform, primarily operating LGW-PIT/CLT.


And pretty nice they looked too.
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Mon Oct 24, 2016 11:40 pm

Flighty wrote:
Darn it. What Trans Atlantic route was done by US 767 double daily? I can remember something.


Nothing from PIT; it might have been PHL-FRA or CLT-FRA after they joined Star?
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Tue Oct 25, 2016 12:45 am

flyPIT wrote:
Flighty wrote:
Darn it. What Trans Atlantic route was done by US 767 double daily? I can remember something.


Nothing from PIT; it might have been PHL-FRA or CLT-FRA after they joined Star?


I flew the US 762 PIT-FRA and then AMS-PHL in the mid 1990's, shortly after Stephen Wolf repainted the planes in the dark blue/black paint scheme and renamed the airline US Airways.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Tue Oct 25, 2016 1:10 am

flyPIT wrote:
Flighty wrote:
Darn it. What Trans Atlantic route was done by US 767 double daily? I can remember something.


Nothing from PIT; it might have been PHL-FRA or CLT-FRA after they joined Star?


I flew the US 762 PIT-FRA and then AMS-PHL in the mid 1990's, shortly after Stephen Wolf repainted the planes in the dark blue/black paint scheme and renamed the airline US Airways.
 
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Tue Oct 25, 2016 1:11 am

flyPIT wrote:
Flighty wrote:
Darn it. What Trans Atlantic route was done by US 767 double daily? I can remember something.


Nothing from PIT; it might have been PHL-FRA or CLT-FRA after they joined Star?


I flew the US 762 PIT-FRA and then AMS-PHL in the mid 1990's, shortly after Stephen Wolf repainted the planes in the dark blue/black paint scheme and renamed the airline US Airways.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Tue Oct 25, 2016 10:53 am

I remember being at Gatwick in the early 2000's using the circular satellite pier, boarding a Virgin Sun charter flight and seeing nearly half the fleet of the 767's parked up there. Two operating to Philadelphia within about an hour or two of each other and the others to Pittsburgh and Charlotte.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:06 pm

I flew a US 762 on the LAX-PIT leg of a return trip to Rochester in I think 1993. I remember thinking the 767 felt like it was all elbow room because of the 2-3-2 layout.

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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Tue Oct 25, 2016 9:21 pm

afcjets wrote:
chepos wrote:
CLT-NAS saw the 767-200? I do not recall this.


I flew it roundtrip in December 2002.


It was actually during an epic ice storm in CLT which left things a mess for at least a week, so I am not sure if it was a substitution or not.
 
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Re: Where did USAir send their 767-200s?

Tue Oct 25, 2016 10:50 pm

Caribbean wise, the 767 was seen on CLT-MBJ/AUA/STT/SXM/SJU at one point.

They 762 also served PHL-BDA.

The only TATL routes that US served double daily were PHL-LGW for a short time in the early 2000s, as well as CLT-FRA and PHL-FRA.
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