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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 9:10 am

rbavfan wrote:
Hawaiian is HA, not HI. There is no listing for an airline with the code HI in the US.


That is however the code for the state of Hawaii, which is what I think the OP was excluding ops to/from.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 9:13 am

Lots of domestic widebody flights in China and Indonesia too!
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:02 pm

bgm wrote:
rbavfan wrote:
Hawaiian is HA, not HI. There is no listing for an airline with the code HI in the US.


That is however the code for the state of Hawaii, which is what I think the OP was excluding ops to/from.


exactly. Thanks for clarifying.
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:06 pm

DL
ATL-LAX
ATL-SFO
ATL-SAN
ATL-LAS
ATL-PDX
ATL-SEA
Off the top of my head with the 767-300's
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:18 pm

Delta has a flight from ATL to PHX with the 330.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:20 pm

ehaase wrote:
Delta has a flight from ATL to PHX with the 330.

I think that is a positioning flight for a flight to HNL
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:21 pm

sory, not it isnt
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:21 pm

Not the USA but transcontinental: ZNY-YVR is only served by wide body planes: PR and CX with 77Ws and AC with a 789.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 5:23 pm

aemoreira1981 wrote:
Not the USA but transcontinental: ZNY-YVR is only served by wide body planes: PR and CX with 77Ws and AC with a 789.

yes, at SFO we get a few 767s that fly to JFK, EWR, or ATL
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:11 pm

MaxTrimm wrote:
DL
ATL-SAN
Off the top of my head with the 767-300's


I live right under Lindbergh final approach, and they seem to be regularly subbing 764s on this, especially during the week.

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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 6:14 pm

AA Widebody DOMESTIC 01JAN thru 28FEB:

BOS CLT / 330
BOS PHL / 330
CLT MCO / 330
CLT MIA / 330
CLT PHL / 330
CLT PHX / 330
DFW HNL / 772
DFW HNL / 763
DFW KOA / 763
DFW LAX / 77W
DFW LAX / 772
DFW LAX / 777
DFW LAX / 788
DFW MCO / 763
DFW MIA / 763
DFW MIA / 772
DFW MIA / 777
DFW OGG / 763
DFW ORD / 763
DFW ORD / 788
JFK DFW / 763
JFK MIA / 763
JFK MIA / 777
JFK MIA / 772
JFK MIA / 77W
LAX MIA / 77W
MIA MCO / 763
MIA PHL / 763
MIA ORD / 763
MIA ORD / 777
MIA SFO / 763
PHL MIA / 330
PHL MCO / 330
Crosscheck Complete :)
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 22, 2017 9:49 pm

ATL-SLC still sees at least one widebody a day (as part of the larger ATL-SLC-HNL-SLC-ATL round trip). Most of the year it seems to be a 767-300, but it appears to have been an A330 since the end of last October. Casually looking, there have been some intermittent 763s on other flights of the day, but flights 1105 (WB) and 1524 (EB) are the regular ones.
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Mon Jan 23, 2017 4:23 am

UltimateDelta wrote:
ATL-SLC still sees at least one widebody a day (as part of the larger ATL-SLC-HNL-SLC-ATL round trip). Most of the year it seems to be a 767-300, but it appears to have been an A330 since the end of last October. Casually looking, there have been some intermittent 763s on other flights of the day, but flights 1105 (WB) and 1524 (EB) are the regular ones.




JFK-SLC always lists a 738, but always turns out to be either a 763 or 752. Why is this. It has happened 9 times to me
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Mon Jan 23, 2017 8:26 pm

MaxTrimm wrote:
DL
ATL-LAX
ATL-SFO
ATL-SAN
ATL-LAS
ATL-PDX
ATL-SEA
Off the top of my head with the 767-300's



how are the concourses arranged at KATL? By destination/type? Because I noticed off of google earth some concourses are CRj/ERJ only, and others are mostly 738, a320/a319
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Mon Jan 23, 2017 8:34 pm

While the largest a/c currently operating is a 753, UA will resume 772 service on BOS-SFO on 2/16 (I am slated to fly it 3/13 and 3/17).
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Tue Jan 24, 2017 4:49 am

A couple more on 763ERs
Delta (High-J): ATL-SAN
Delta (Low-J): JFK-LAX, JFK-SFO
United (3-class): ORD-EWR, ORD-IAH
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Tue Jan 24, 2017 11:27 am

Delta currently has a daily ATL-PHX A330 flight.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Tue Jan 24, 2017 12:26 pm

kennedyspotter wrote:
how are the concourses arranged at KATL? By destination/type? Because I noticed off of google earth some concourses are CRj/ERJ only, and others are mostly 738, a320/a319

Seems mostly by gate size. International aside the bigger equipment tends to use T, A, or B. I'm not even sure C and D can handle it, but I could be wrong on that.
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Tue Jan 24, 2017 12:35 pm

SFO-ATL also on the A330
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Wed Jan 25, 2017 10:26 pm

flyfresno wrote:
SFO-ATL also on the A330




one-off?
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:12 am

kennedyspotter wrote:
flyfresno wrote:
SFO-ATL also on the A330




one-off?



Been on it three times in the last two weeks, so likely not. Pretty sure it's daily.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Thu Jan 26, 2017 5:37 am

Northwest1988 wrote:
Delta currently has a daily ATL-PHX A330 flight.


this seems bizarre, PHX not a particularly large station for DL. Maybe cause it's winter?
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:38 pm

N776AU wrote:
kennedyspotter wrote:
how are the concourses arranged at KATL? By destination/type? Because I noticed off of google earth some concourses are CRj/ERJ only, and others are mostly 738, a320/a319

Seems mostly by gate size. International aside the bigger equipment tends to use T, A, or B. I'm not even sure C and D can handle it, but I could be wrong on that.


When the current terminal opened in 1980, concourse A was Delta, C was Eastern, and they each had half of B. D was for every other domestic carrier, and T was international (including Delta) and was only half the length it is now. D is more narrow than A, B, C because it was not designed for connections where tons of people walk in both directions at the same time during a connecting bank like A, B, C. C originally had the same number of gates as A and B, but tons of jetways were added to create new gates to accommodate the RJs which did not exist when the current terminal opened.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:46 pm

afcjets wrote:
N776AU wrote:
kennedyspotter wrote:
how are the concourses arranged at KATL? By destination/type? Because I noticed off of google earth some concourses are CRj/ERJ only, and others are mostly 738, a320/a319

Seems mostly by gate size. International aside the bigger equipment tends to use T, A, or B. I'm not even sure C and D can handle it, but I could be wrong on that.


When the current terminal opened in 1980, concourse A was Delta, C was Eastern, and they each had half of B. D was for every other domestic carrier, and T was international (including Delta) and was only half the length it is now. D is more narrow than A, B, C because it was not designed for connections where tons of people walk in both directions at the same time during a connecting bank like A, B, C. C originally had the same number of gates as A and B, and Eastern used C for both the L1011 and A300. In recent years tons of jetways have been added to cram more gates into C to accommodate the RJs which did not exist when Eastern was there.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Thu Jan 26, 2017 2:58 pm

DL operates the A330 daily on ATLSFO.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Thu Jan 26, 2017 3:01 pm

AA is increasing domestic widebody service into DFW over the next few months..Converting a few gates in A and C to handle the big birds....A13 is done and C26 will be soon..
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sat Jan 28, 2017 11:37 pm

How do you find what aircraft will run what routes?
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 29, 2017 12:46 am

What a surprise no domestic widebodies on Delta out of Detroit.
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:12 am

klm617 wrote:
What a surprise no domestic widebodies on Delta out of Detroit.


Wrong. There's a 332 scheduled on SFO during March, and a 763 to ATL during the spring. We'll probably see the 359 flying to most likely LAX or SEA at some point.
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Jan 29, 2017 3:29 am

klm617 wrote:
What a surprise no domestic widebodies on Delta out of Detroit.


well, consider it a blessing in disguise. Here at kennedy, we don't get 753 or md90 on a day to day basis. Maybe more like once in a blue moon
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Fri Feb 03, 2017 5:00 pm

DL

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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Fri Feb 03, 2017 6:38 pm

DaufuskieGuy wrote:
Northwest1988 wrote:
Delta currently has a daily ATL-PHX A330 flight.


this seems bizarre, PHX not a particularly large station for DL. Maybe cause it's winter?


You called it, Snowbird season. DL has always flown 767s on the route during busy season. NW used to fly Dc10s and 742s. Terminal 3 in the 90s/Early 2000s was the most interesting from a spotters perspective.
 
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Re: Official 2017 Domestic wide body routes USA (ex. HI) thread

Sun Feb 05, 2017 4:38 am

airzona11 wrote:
DaufuskieGuy wrote:
Northwest1988 wrote:
Delta currently has a daily ATL-PHX A330 flight.


this seems bizarre, PHX not a particularly large station for DL. Maybe cause it's winter?


You called it, Snowbird season. DL has always flown 767s on the route during busy season. NW used to fly Dc10s and 742s. Terminal 3 in the 90s/Early 2000s was the most interesting from a spotters perspective.



i've never seen anything larger than an a319/20 used from kennedy to KRSW. Why don't we get those
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Domestic Widebody

Sun Mar 12, 2017 6:48 am

Does anybody know of a website that can be used to find out which domestic US routes use Widebody aircraft?
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Re: Domestic Widebody

Sun Mar 12, 2017 10:27 am

XLA2008 wrote:
Does anybody know of a website that can be used to find out which domestic US routes use Widebody aircraft?


American has theirs listed through the Cargo page.

Go to https://www.aacargo.com/ship/schedules.html, select Widebody Schedules, and click U.S. Domestic. It'll show the flights listed, start and end dates, aircraft, etc.
 
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Re: Domestic Widebody

Sun Mar 12, 2017 4:19 pm

I'm pretty sure this is what your looking for....

http://blog.wandr.me/2016/02/where-the-widebodies-fly/
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Re: Domestic Widebody

Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:51 pm

bmacleod wrote:
I'm pretty sure this is what your looking for....

http://blog.wandr.me/2016/02/where-the-widebodies-fly/


Great website, except it is not working, at least the places I checked.
 
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Re: Domestic Widebody

Sun Mar 12, 2017 7:35 pm

afcjets wrote:
bmacleod wrote:
I'm pretty sure this is what your looking for....

http://blog.wandr.me/2016/02/where-the-widebodies-fly/


Great website, except it is not working, at least the places I checked.


That's the website I used to use, but it doesn't appear to be working anymore, which is why I asked lol... thanks for all the info so far guys!
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Wide body service in the US

Sun May 14, 2017 10:03 pm

Wondering if their is any intercontinental widebody service?
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 12:46 am

UA for sure has multiple daily domestic wide body flights.

Just off the top of my head...
EWR-ORD 767/777
EWR-IAH 767/777
ORD-SFO 777
ORD-LAX 777
BOS-SFO 777
IAD-SFO 777

If you check UAs hub-hub schedule you usually see a mix of a few wide bodys.
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 12:58 am

UA during May...

BOS SFO 207 8:00 11:25 777 1234567
BOS SFO 2400 18:31 21:50 777 123457
DEN EWR 314 18:00 23:33 777 123457
DEN HNL 328 11:55 15:18 777 1234567
DEN LAX 701 19:05 20:35 777 123457
DEN SFO 277 8:20 10:05 777 1234567
DEN SFO 735 15:10 16:48 787 1234567
DEN SFO 737 17:30 18:58 787 13457
EWR DEN 282 8:00 10:13 777 123456
EWR HNL 61 7:50 12:59 767 1234567
EWR IAH 508 7:45 10:40 767 123457
EWR IAH 385 16:40 19:36 767 1234567
EWR MCO 1905 9:25 12:15 767 6
EWR ORD 977 8:30 10:01 777 1234567
EWR SFO 497 7:55 10:45 777 1234567
EWR SJU 1523 8:30 12:15 777 1234567
GUM HNL 200 6:35 17:40 777 1234567
HNL DEN 383 20:20 6:55 777 1234567
HNL EWR 14 14:40 6:20 767 1234567
HNL GUM 201 14:05 18:00 777 1234567
HNL IAD 144 15:50 7:03 767 6
HNL IAH 252 19:25 7:58 777 1234567
HNL LAX 534 20:45 4:55 777 1234567
HNL ORD 218 15:50 4:59 777 1234567
HNL SFO 724 12:40 20:37 777 14567
HNL SFO 396 21:00 4:57 777 1234567
IAD HNL 145 8:55 13:26 767 6
IAD IAH 762 8:15 10:35 767 123457
IAD MCO 379 8:31 10:48 767 7
IAD SFO 424 8:46 11:25 777 1234567
IAD SFO 340 17:20 20:07 777 134567
IAH DEN 1126 9:00 10:30 787 1234567
IAH EWR 557 10:55 15:22 767 1234567
IAH EWR 936 12:00 16:27 767 123457
IAH HNL 253 9:45 13:18 777 1234567
IAH IAD 44 11:55 15:55 767 123457
IAH ORD 462 13:40 16:20 767 1234567
IAH ORD 1819 16:49 19:29 767 1234567
IAH SFO 404 7:20 9:37 787 7
LAX DEN 314 13:15 16:34 777 123457
LAX HNL 1158 8:45 11:40 777 1234567
LAX ORD 660 23:15 5:04 777 123457
LAX SFO 1294 7:00 8:31 787 7
MCO EWR 1922 12:40 15:20 767 7
MCO IAD 326 13:35 15:45 767 6
OGG ORD 348 16:10 5:04 777 6
ORD EWR 436 16:30 19:43 777 1234567
ORD HNL 219 9:15 13:34 777 1234567
ORD IAH 589 9:25 12:14 767 1234567
ORD IAH 374 12:50 15:38 767 1234567
ORD LAX 2001 9:15 11:35 777 123457
ORD OGG 202 9:30 13:40 777 6
ORD SFO 769 9:10 11:42 777 1234567
ORD SFO 1742 19:20 21:50 777 1234567
SFO BOS 768 8:30 17:04 777 123457
SFO BOS 1863 11:45 20:12 777 1234567
SFO DEN 223 11:05 14:39 787 13457
SFO DEN 1858 13:00 16:34 777 1234567
SFO EWR 535 11:40 20:00 777 1234567
SFO HNL 1175 8:40 11:11 777 14567
SFO HNL 300 13:15 15:46 777 1234567
SFO IAD 408 7:30 15:28 777 134567
SFO IAD 727 13:10 21:08 777 1234567
SFO IAH 97 10:55 16:41 787 1234567
SFO IAH 1615 12:50 18:32 787 57
SFO LAX 256 11:00 12:39 787 6
SFO ORD 624 10:40 16:50 777 1234567
SFO ORD 995 23:15 5:17 777 1234567
SFO ORD 995 23:15 5:17 777 234567
SJU EWR 1173 13:30 17:39 777 1234567
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 1:03 am

I've flown in this last year on Delta - A330 LAX to JFK, 767-400 and 300 between LAX and JFK and even a very old/about to retire domestic 767-300 from ATL to MCO.
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 1:50 am

DL 763
> ATL-DTW
> ATL-SLC-HNL

DL 763ER
> ATL-SEA
> HNL-LAX
> JFL-LAX
> JFK-SEA
> JFK-SFO

UA 763ER
> EWR-HNL
> IAH-EWR
> ORD-IAH

AA 763ER
> DFW-HNL
> DFW-MCO
> DFW-OGG
> DFW-ORD
> MIA-CLT
> MIA-DFW
> MIA-JFK
> MIA-MCO
> MIA-ORD

HA 762/763
> HNL-OAK
> HNL-PHX
> HNL-SMF
> HNL-SJC
> OGG-OAK
> OGG-SJC
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 2:02 am

I just picked a random date for DL. On July 20th, here's a few that I found:

ATL-LAX DL1172 Boeing 777
ATL-SEA DL1336 Boeing 767-300
ATL-SLC DL1105 Boeing 767-300

Numerous JFK-LAX flights on the Boeing 767-300
JFK-LAX DL0421 Boeing 767-400
JFK-LAX DL0429 Airbus A330-300
JFK-SEA DL 2163 Boeing 767-300
Numerous JFK-SFO flights also on the Boeing 767-300

I've seen a few sporadically on some DTW routes like DTW-SFO, DTW-LAX, and I recall a few years ago I was on the 777 going from ATL-DTW, but I don't think these are scheduled anymore.
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 3:19 am

hkcanadaexpat wrote:
DL 763

HA 762/763
> HNL-OAK
> HNL-PHX
> HNL-SMF
> HNL-SJC
> OGG-OAK
> OGG-SJC

HA haven't got any 762s any more
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 4:13 am

Thanks everybody. Was hoping to see a 747. It's nice to see that UA has a 787
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 4:28 am

752is wrote:
Wondering if their is any intercontinental widebody service?


May as well mention AC EWR-YVR on 789, CX and PR JFK-VYR. Talked here all the time.
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 4:36 am

UA 764 IAD-IAH
 
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 4:48 am

Not to mention the occasional hub-to-hub routes DL upguages for holidays and in peak demands, such as DTW-MSP, ATL-MSP, ATL-DTW, etc. on a mix of 767s, A330s, 777s, and 747s.
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Re: Wide body service in the US

Mon May 15, 2017 4:53 am

You mean intracontinental? Hawaiian flies 330-200 PDX-HNL. Last summer I think I remember Delta using 767 on one of the ATL-PDX dailies. This summer they've increased frequency but using 737-900 and 757.
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Aircraft Cabins Passenger cabin shots showing seat arrangements as well as cargo aircraft interior

Cargo Aircraft Pictures of great freighter aircraft

Government Aircraft Aircraft flying government officials

Helicopters Our large helicopter section. Both military and civil versions

Blimps / Airships Everything from the Goodyear blimp to the Zeppelin

Night Photos Beautiful shots taken while the sun is below the horizon

Accidents Accident, incident and crash related photos

Air to Air Photos taken by airborne photographers of airborne aircraft

Special Paint Schemes Aircraft painted in beautiful and original liveries

Airport Overviews Airport overviews from the air or ground

Tails and Winglets Tail and Winglet closeups with beautiful airline logos