panamair wrote:MIflyer12 wrote:TYWoolman wrote:I think all A350s are active according to a.net so wondering how the 777's will be replaced?
Maybe somebody will do a utilization schedule of the widebodies based on the current summer 2021 schedules. Lose 18 777/77L, lose a few (unknown number?) of 767s, add in some unknown number of 339s that DL can't defer.
DL has only announced their TATL and TPAC plans for S21 but nothing for LatAm yet so I am assuming what's currently published in the schedules:
A359 will be around 15-16 frames needed (also taking into account reduced frequencies in some markets); 13 in fleet now; 2 ready to be delivered
ATL-HND; ICN; JNB
LAX-HND; PVG; SYD
DTW-HND; ICN; PVG
A339 will be around 9 frames needed: 5 in fleet currently
SEA-HND; ICN; PVG; PKX; AMS
A333 will be about 29 frames; fleet size is 31
JFK-AMS; FCO (2x); MXP; ATH (2x); TLV (2x); GRU
DTW-AMS (3x); CDG
ATL-AMS (3x); CDG (2x); FCO; GRU
MSP-AMS (2x); CDG
A332 will be about 7-8 frames; this one is kind of a mess in terms of the routes being all over the place for now. Fleet size is 11
764 will be around 18 frames: fleet size is 21
JFK-LHR (2x); BRU; FRA; ZRH; CDG (2x)
ATL-LHR (2x); FRA; MUC; SCL
763ER will be around 23 frames (international only, not including JFK-LAX yet):
JFK-LIS; EDI; KEF; MAD; BCN; DUB; VCE; DSS; ACC
ATL-DUB; MAD; BCN; STR; EZE; GIG; LIM
Good analysis. In addition to JFK-LAX, I'd expect a few 763s on mainland-HNL routes.