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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Wed May 05, 2021 8:01 pm

I did this for the Houston thread but its relevant here. Thought Id add it here too. Its changes in UA's hub schedule from May to July at IAH:

IAH-Texas Flights
ABI: 2 no change
AMA: 3 no change
AUS: 5 to 8
BRO: 3 to 4
CRP: 5 to 7
DFW: 6 to 8
ELP: 4 to 5
HRL: 4 no change
LBB: 3 no change
LRD: 2 no change
MFE: 5 to 6
SAT: 5 to 8
SJT: 2 no change

IAH-Plain States/Midwest from ORD West
DSM: 2 to 3
ICT: 3 no change
JLN: New Service - 1 flight
MCI: 4 to 5
MKE: 1 to 2
MSP: 2 to 3
OKC: 5 to 8
OMA: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
ORD: 8 to 10
SGF: 1 to 2
STL: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
TUL: 4 to 5

IAH-Midwest east of ORD
CLE: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
CMH: 2 to 3
CVG: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
DTW: 3 no change
GRR: 0 to 1
IND: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
PIT: 2 to 3
SDF: 1 to 2

IAH-Northeast/Virginia/Domestic Caribbean
BOS: 2 to 4
BWI: 2 no change - one upgrade to mainline
DCA: 3 to 4
EWR: 6 to 7
IAD: 4 to 6
LGA: 3 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline
ORF: 1 to 2
PHL: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
RIC: 0 to 1
SJU: 3 no change
STT: 1 no change

IAH-South
AEX: 2 no change
ATL: 4 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline
BHM: 4 no change
BNA: 6 to 7
BTR: 4 to 7
CHA: 1 no change
CHS: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to Mainline
CLT: 3 no change
GPT: 2 to 3
GSP: 2 no change
HSV: 2 no change
JAN: 3 to 4
LCH: 2 no change
LFT: 5 no change
LIT: 3 to 4
MEM: 4 no change
MLU: 1 no change
MOB: 4 no change
MSY: 5 to 8
RDU: 3 no change
SAV: 2 no change
SHV: 2 to 3
TYS: 4 no change
XNA: 3 to 4

IAH-Florida
ECP: 4 no change
EYW: 1 no change
FLL: 4 to 5
JAX: 4 no change
MCO: 5 to 6
MIA: 5 to 4
PBI: 1 no change
PNS: 5 to 6
RSW: 2 no change
SRQ: 1 no change
TLH: 1 no change
TPA: 3 no change
VPS: 4 no change

IAH-Mountain West
ABQ: 3 to 4
ASE: 0 to 2
BOI: 1 to 2
BZN: 0 to 1 - mainline
COS: 2 to 3
DEN: 9 no change
FCA: 0 to 1
GUC: 0 to 1
HOB: 1 no change
JAC: 0 to 1
LAS: 5 to 6
MTJ: 0 to 1
PHX: 4 to 5
RNO: 0 to 1
SLC: 5 to 7
TUS: 2 no change

IAH-West Coast/Alaska/Hawaii
ANC: 0 to 1
HNL: 1 no change
LAX: 6 to 9
ONT: 1 no change
PDX: 2 no change
SAN: 3 to 5
SEA: 2 to 4
SFO: 6 to 8
SMF: 2 no change
SJC: 1 to 2
SNA: 2 to 4
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Wed May 05, 2021 8:23 pm

LAXdude1023 wrote:
I did this for the Houston thread but its relevant here. Thought Id add it here too. Its changes in UA's hub schedule from May to July at IAH:

IAH-Texas Flights
ABI: 2 no change
AMA: 3 no change
AUS: 5 to 8
BRO: 3 to 4
CRP: 5 to 7
DFW: 6 to 8
ELP: 4 to 5
HRL: 4 no change
LBB: 3 no change
LRD: 2 no change
MFE: 5 to 6
SAT: 5 to 8
SJT: 2 no change

IAH-Plain States/Midwest from ORD West
DSM: 2 to 3
ICT: 3 no change
JLN: New Service - 1 flight
MCI: 4 to 5
MKE: 1 to 2
MSP: 2 to 3
OKC: 5 to 8
OMA: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
ORD: 8 to 10
SGF: 1 to 2
STL: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
TUL: 4 to 5

IAH-Midwest east of ORD
CLE: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
CMH: 2 to 3
CVG: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
DTW: 3 no change
GRR: 0 to 1
IND: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
PIT: 2 to 3
SDF: 1 to 2

IAH-Northeast/Virginia/Domestic Caribbean
BOS: 2 to 4
BWI: 2 no change - one upgrade to mainline
DCA: 3 to 4
EWR: 6 to 7
IAD: 4 to 6
LGA: 3 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline
ORF: 1 to 2
PHL: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
RIC: 0 to 1
SJU: 3 no change
STT: 1 no change

IAH-South
AEX: 2 no change
ATL: 4 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline
BHM: 4 no change
BNA: 6 to 7
BTR: 4 to 7
CHA: 1 no change
CHS: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to Mainline
CLT: 3 no change
GPT: 2 to 3
GSP: 2 no change
HSV: 2 no change
JAN: 3 to 4
LCH: 2 no change
LFT: 5 no change
LIT: 3 to 4
MEM: 4 no change
MLU: 1 no change
MOB: 4 no change
MSY: 5 to 8
RDU: 3 no change
SAV: 2 no change
SHV: 2 to 3
TYS: 4 no change
XNA: 3 to 4

IAH-Florida
ECP: 4 no change
EYW: 1 no change
FLL: 4 to 5
JAX: 4 no change
MCO: 5 to 6
MIA: 5 to 4
PBI: 1 no change
PNS: 5 to 6
RSW: 2 no change
SRQ: 1 no change
TLH: 1 no change
TPA: 3 no change
VPS: 4 no change

IAH-Mountain West
ABQ: 3 to 4
ASE: 0 to 2
BOI: 1 to 2
BZN: 0 to 1 - mainline
COS: 2 to 3
DEN: 9 no change
FCA: 0 to 1
GUC: 0 to 1
HOB: 1 no change
JAC: 0 to 1
LAS: 5 to 6
MTJ: 0 to 1
PHX: 4 to 5
RNO: 0 to 1
SLC: 5 to 7
TUS: 2 no change

IAH-West Coast/Alaska/Hawaii
ANC: 0 to 1
HNL: 1 no change
LAX: 6 to 9
ONT: 1 no change
PDX: 2 no change
SAN: 3 to 5
SEA: 2 to 4
SFO: 6 to 8
SMF: 2 no change
SJC: 1 to 2
SNA: 2 to 4


Looks like IAH-GRK returns to 3 x daily sometime in June.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 1:12 am

VC10er wrote:
Hello Everyone,
I have been too sad about not flying much (5 round trips I believe in 2020) and have dropped off airliners.net as it made me even more sad! So I missed a lot!

My first question is, has United targeted a date to reopen Polaris lounges?

Anything revealing for the 737MAX 10 lie flat first seat and layout?

Once vaccinated I plan to take some joy rides; does UA have any regularly scheduled MAX flights from EWR? And does anyone have interior shots? Thanks!

I have some more but since I am BACK now, I’m sure I will pick up more news. Missed all of you! Richard



Hey it's good to see you back. I started working at Air France in May 2019 (my second time) and indeed it's been a weird year. I have lurked more than posted as things really went into free fall during the pandemic. I've been to Cairo, Switzerland and Florida in the last year but now that I've had the second vaccine since February I'm really back up to flying. And catch up as to what has been going on at UA which I have sort of ditched at 2.7 mm. Anyway, good to see you back on the forum!
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 1:56 am

Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 12:45 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?

While construction on the C3 club is ongoing, and Polaris clubs are closed as J travel is down, it would be great if UA would open the Polaris club at EWR temporarily as a United Club. Put a United Club banner over the Polaris sign, swap out the food, and everyone will be thrilled. Solve 3 problems at once.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 12:52 pm

cosyr wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?

While construction on the C3 club is ongoing, and Polaris clubs are closed as J travel is down, it would be great if UA would open the Polaris club at EWR temporarily as a United Club. Put a United Club banner over the Polaris sign, swap out the food, and everyone will be thrilled. Solve 3 problems at once.


Exactly!
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 1:50 pm

really lounges/clubs! can we get this passenger complaint stuff off of this thread to some other place, this is for fleets and networks info!
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 2:07 pm

LAXdude1023 wrote:
I did this for the Houston thread but its relevant here. Thought Id add it here too. Its changes in UA's hub schedule from May to July at IAH:

IAH-Texas Flights
ABI: 2 no change
AMA: 3 no change
AUS: 5 to 8
BRO: 3 to 4
CRP: 5 to 7
DFW: 6 to 8
ELP: 4 to 5
HRL: 4 no change
LBB: 3 no change
LRD: 2 no change
MFE: 5 to 6
SAT: 5 to 8
SJT: 2 no change

IAH-Plain States/Midwest from ORD West
DSM: 2 to 3
ICT: 3 no change
JLN: New Service - 1 flight
MCI: 4 to 5
MKE: 1 to 2
MSP: 2 to 3
OKC: 5 to 8
OMA: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
ORD: 8 to 10
SGF: 1 to 2
STL: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
TUL: 4 to 5

IAH-Midwest east of ORD
CLE: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
CMH: 2 to 3
CVG: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
DTW: 3 no change
GRR: 0 to 1
IND: 3 no change - one upgrade to mainline
PIT: 2 to 3
SDF: 1 to 2

IAH-Northeast/Virginia/Domestic Caribbean
BOS: 2 to 4
BWI: 2 no change - one upgrade to mainline
DCA: 3 to 4
EWR: 6 to 7
IAD: 4 to 6
LGA: 3 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline
ORF: 1 to 2
PHL: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
RIC: 0 to 1
SJU: 3 no change
STT: 1 no change

IAH-South
AEX: 2 no change
ATL: 4 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline
BHM: 4 no change
BNA: 6 to 7
BTR: 4 to 7
CHA: 1 no change
CHS: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to Mainline
CLT: 3 no change
GPT: 2 to 3
GSP: 2 no change
HSV: 2 no change
JAN: 3 to 4
LCH: 2 no change
LFT: 5 no change
LIT: 3 to 4
MEM: 4 no change
MLU: 1 no change
MOB: 4 no change
MSY: 5 to 8
RDU: 3 no change
SAV: 2 no change
SHV: 2 to 3
TYS: 4 no change
XNA: 3 to 4

IAH-Florida
ECP: 4 no change
EYW: 1 no change
FLL: 4 to 5
JAX: 4 no change
MCO: 5 to 6
MIA: 5 to 4
PBI: 1 no change
PNS: 5 to 6
RSW: 2 no change
SRQ: 1 no change
TLH: 1 no change
TPA: 3 no change
VPS: 4 no change

IAH-Mountain West
ABQ: 3 to 4
ASE: 0 to 2
BOI: 1 to 2
BZN: 0 to 1 - mainline
COS: 2 to 3
DEN: 9 no change
FCA: 0 to 1
GUC: 0 to 1
HOB: 1 no change
JAC: 0 to 1
LAS: 5 to 6
MTJ: 0 to 1
PHX: 4 to 5
RNO: 0 to 1
SLC: 5 to 7
TUS: 2 no change

IAH-West Coast/Alaska/Hawaii
ANC: 0 to 1
HNL: 1 no change
LAX: 6 to 9
ONT: 1 no change
PDX: 2 no change
SAN: 3 to 5
SEA: 2 to 4
SFO: 6 to 8
SMF: 2 no change
SJC: 1 to 2
SNA: 2 to 4



Wow, 87 additional flights to IAH, give or take. A very welcome increase.
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 2:10 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?


What is your view on United’s current operation at EWR?
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 2:15 pm

SFOtoORD wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?


What is your view on United’s current operation at EWR?


In which aspect?
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 2:32 pm

United's scheduling 737 MAX 8 flights: https://twitter.com/AirlineFlyer/status ... 4922276864
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 2:53 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?


Agreed, same with ORD. We all know business traffic is down, but there are way too many others who are still flying and filling up the clubs.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 5:08 pm

CALMSP wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?


Agreed, same with ORD. We all know business traffic is down, but there are way too many others who are still flying and filling up the clubs.


Yeah it's honestly a joke. The ORD and EWR clubs have been packed for a while now. Social Distancing LOL.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 5:53 pm

splitterz wrote:
CALMSP wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?


Agreed, same with ORD. We all know business traffic is down, but there are way too many others who are still flying and filling up the clubs.


Yeah it's honestly a joke. The ORD and EWR clubs have been packed for a while now. Social Distancing LOL.


EWR has 60%+ of the pax but only 25% of the UA clubs compared to 2019.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 5:55 pm

CALMSP wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Seriously, just about everyone has complained about the overcrowding at EWR UA clubs and now UA isn’t opening another club at least through Labor Day?


Agreed, same with ORD. We all know business traffic is down, but there are way too many others who are still flying and filling up the clubs.



ORD is not in the same boat as EWR.

ORD's United clubs will all reopen by the end of June, the first club to reopen this years at ORD will be C16. Then some time in June B18 location and the F4 (terminal 2) location will reopen as well.

Also in June United will reopen United clubs at these hub locations: IAH, SFO, and IAD, and these line stations will finally see their clubs reopen: LAS, MCO and FLL.

More hub and line stations will reopen by labor day and unfortunately EWR does fall in that category. But ORD will have all United Clubs open by the end of June because with the July schedule change ORD will be just north of 400 daily flights. EWR will be north of 200 daily fights in July but I'm not sure if EWR will hit 250 daily flights a number Nicknuzzli has stated they would like to see.

Polaris club will remain closed for the time being until international borders reopen and travel picks up.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 5:56 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:
splitterz wrote:
CALMSP wrote:

Agreed, same with ORD. We all know business traffic is down, but there are way too many others who are still flying and filling up the clubs.


Yeah it's honestly a joke. The ORD and EWR clubs have been packed for a while now. Social Distancing LOL.


EWR has 60%+ of the pax but only 25% of the UA clubs compared to 2019.


I'm pretty sure UA has better statistics. What is the percentage of members flying (likely more similar to business travelers than just the overall 60%)? Maybe UA has decided that the cost of opening clubs is greater than the benefit - can you fault them for being fiscally prudent right now? Honestly, everything UA does in EWR is wrong from your posts, give them a break, they are trying to cope with the most difficult circumstances they've ever encountered.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 6:28 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:

EWR has 60%+ of the pax but only 25% of the UA clubs compared to 2019.


Where did you get this number from? United has not seen a 60% recovery in passenger traffic at EWR.

This week May 2nd through May 8th United's highest O&D revenue (ONLY) passenger count will happen on tomorrow May 7th at 20,051 revenue O&D customers. And on our slowest day which was yesterday May 5th where United O&D revenue passenger count was a meager 12,393. In fact there are quite a few days this week at EWR where United doesn't even get over 15,000 O&D revenue passengers at EWR. Also for now EWR still isn't a major connecting hub there are very few passengers connecting at EWR now days on United.

Compare to DEN, IAH, and ORD O&D numbers only not including connecting passengers and both DEN and IAH's lowest O&D day is better than EWR's best day and ORD worst day is 1,282 passengers away from EWR's busiest day.

DEN highest O&D passenger count: Sunday May 2nd at 35,238, DEN lowest O&D counts Tuesday May 4th at 26,184.

IAH highest O&D passenger count: Sunday May 2nd at 32,003, IAH lowest O&D counts Wednesday May 5th at 24,730.

ORD highest O&D passenger count: Tomorrow Friday May 7th at 29,992, ORD lowest O&D count Tuesday May 4th, at 18,769.

This is why we see the huge disparity in total number of flights between hubs DEN and IAH continue to outperform every other UA hub in O&D traffic.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 8:58 pm

Ill do the same thing for the other hubs I did from IAH (time permitting). Here is ORD.

ORD-Plains States/West of ORD
ATW: 5 to 7
ATY: 1 no change
CID: 3 to 4
CGI: 2 no change
COU: 2 no change
CWA: 1 to 2
DLH: 2 to 3
DSM: 5 no change
EAR: 1 no change
EAU: 2 no change
FAR: 2 to 3
FOD: 2 no change
FSD: 3 to 4
GRB: 4 to 5
ICT: 2 to 3
JLN: 0 to 1
LNK: 3 to 4
MCI: 3 to 4
MCW: 2 no change
MKE: 5 to 6
MLI: 2 to 3
MSN: 4 to 5
MSP: 4 to 5
OKC: 2 to 3
OMA: 4 no change
PIA: 1 to 2
RAP: 1 to 3
RHI: 0 to 1
RST: 2 no change
SGF: 2 no change
SLN: 1 no change
SPI: 1 no change
STL: 5 to 7
SUX: 2 no change
TUL: 2 to 3

ORD-Midwest/East of ORD
AZO: 1 no change
CAK: 2 no change
CMX: 2 no change
CLE: 5 to 6
CMH: 4 to 6
CRW: 2 no change
CVG: 4 to 5
DAY: 5 to 6
DTW: 4 to 6
ERI: 1 no change
EVV: 1 no change
FNT: 2 no change
FWA: 2 no change
GRR: 4 to 6
IND: 5 to 8
IWD: 2 no change
JST: 1 no change
LAN: 1 no change
LEX: 3 no change
MBS: 1 no change
MKG: 2 no change
PAH: 2 no change
PIT: 3 to 5
SBN: 3 to 5
SDF: 3 to 5
TVC: 4 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline

ORD-Northeast/Virginia
ABE: 1 no change
ALB: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
AVP: 1 no change
BDL: 3 no change
BOS: 3 to 5
BWI: 3 no change
BUF: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
BTV: 2 no change
CHO: 2 to 1 - Decrease
DCA: 4 to 5 - three upgrades to mainline
EWR: 4 to 7
HPN: 0 to 3
IAD: 4 no change
LGA: 3 to 5 - one upgrade to mainline
MDT: 3 no change
ORF: 2 to 3 - one upgrade to mainline
PHL: 3 no change
PVD: 1 no change
PWM: 2 to 3
RIC: 3 no change
ROA: 1 to 2
ROC: 2 to 4
SCE: 1 to 2
SHD: 1 no change

ORD-South
ATL: 3 to 4 - 3 upgrades to mainline
AUS: 2 to 5
AVL: 2 to 4
BHM: 1 no change
BNA: 5 no change
CAE: 2 no change
CHA: 2 no change
CHS: 3 to 5
CLT: 3 no change
DFW: 3 to 5
ECP: 1 no change
EYW: 1 no change
FLL: 4 to 5
GSO: 2 no change
GSP: 3 no change
IAH: 8 to 9
ILM: 0 to 1
HSV: 1 no change
JAX: 2 to 3
LIT: 1 to 2
MCO: 3 to 5
MEM: 4 no change
MIA: 2 no change
MSY: 2 no change
PBI: 2 no change - one downgrade to E175
PNS: 1 no change
RDU: 3 no change - one downgrade to E175
RSW: 4 to 5
SAT: 2 no change
SAV: 2 to 4
TPA: 4 to 5
TYS: 3 to 4
VPS: 1 no change
XNA: 1 no change

ORD-Mountain West
ABQ: 1 no change
ASE: 0 to 1
BOI: 2 to 3
BZN: 1 to 2
COS: 2 no change
DEN: 8 to 9
ELP: 1 no change
FCA: 0 to 1
GEG: 1 no change
JAC: 0 to 2
LAS: 3 to 5
MSO: 0 to 1
MTJ: 0 to 1
PHX: 4 no change
RNO: 1 no change
SLC: 3 to 4
TUS: 1 no change

ORD-West Coast/Alaska/Hawaii
ANC: 0 to 2
FAI: 0 to 1
FAT: 1 no change
HNL: 1 no change
KOA: 0 to 3x weekly
LAX: 5 to 7
OGG: 1 no change
PDX: 2 to 4
SAN: 3 to 4
SEA: 3 to 5
SFO: 5 to 6
SMF: 2 to 3
SNA: 1 to 3
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD BRING BACK THE PAYWALL!!!!
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Thu May 06, 2021 11:23 pm

319 Added Unit:
N872UA, (former China Southern) first revenue flight 277/7May, 12F/36E+/78Y configuration, EvoBlu livery.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 3:02 pm

789 New Delivery:
N28987, after receiving Polaris seats in XMN, sked for first revenue flight today 907/7May ORD-FRA. Currently en route NRT-ORD. Aircraft might have received normal induction materials/provisions in ORD, SFO or GUM prior to XMN arrival.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 3:55 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:
Saw the new United club at EWR today. Honestly really disappointed with how they ruined C3. Essentially the high ceilings will be gone and it will be just like the other concourses. Why didn’t they just build over the Head house?


There is a new United Club opening at EWR?

I thought EWR was the polaris, C1, and Terminal A for clubs. I know they had a pop up, but is it open now?

C3’s ceilings are massive so I need to get a better view of what you are talking about. Is UA really planning on having a club in C1, Polaris, and in C3?

Also, clubs over headhouses usually mean pre security (looking at you pre-2020 Laguardia Centurion)
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 4:15 pm

If there were any planes I would've guess to be leaving the desert last from storage to be returned back to service, it wouldve been the High-J 767s to be last on the list simply because the nature of current business travel demand. But another bird has left ROW for SFO today and it was N672UA. Also N69059 will make attempt #2 to leave ROW for IAD as UA2725.
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 4:24 pm

AmericanAir88 wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Saw the new United club at EWR today. Honestly really disappointed with how they ruined C3. Essentially the high ceilings will be gone and it will be just like the other concourses. Why didn’t they just build over the Head house?


There is a new United Club opening at EWR?

I thought EWR was the polaris, C1, and Terminal A for clubs. I know they had a pop up, but is it open now?

C3’s ceilings are massive so I need to get a better view of what you are talking about. Is UA really planning on having a club in C1, Polaris, and in C3?

Also, clubs over headhouses usually mean pre security (looking at you pre-2020 Laguardia Centurion)


The new UA club is by C124.

As for when I mentioned the headhouse idea I meant maybe on top of the Polaris Lounge.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 5:02 pm

Nicknuzzii wrote:
AmericanAir88 wrote:
Nicknuzzii wrote:
Saw the new United club at EWR today. Honestly really disappointed with how they ruined C3. Essentially the high ceilings will be gone and it will be just like the other concourses. Why didn’t they just build over the Head house?


There is a new United Club opening at EWR?

I thought EWR was the polaris, C1, and Terminal A for clubs. I know they had a pop up, but is it open now?

C3’s ceilings are massive so I need to get a better view of what you are talking about. Is UA really planning on having a club in C1, Polaris, and in C3?

Also, clubs over headhouses usually mean pre security (looking at you pre-2020 Laguardia Centurion)


The new UA club is by C124.

As for when I mentioned the headhouse idea I meant maybe on top of the Polaris Lounge.

If CO had thought of that when they built C3 years ago, that might have made sense. Multi level clubs, like the one at IAH Terminal E are a really efficient use of space, but CO never had dedicated J clubs, only the membership based Pres Club. Also, CO was growing in those days, and did not have nearly the J capacity that (2019 based) UA does, so for them, just letting J pax into the Pres Club worked fine.

If UA wanted to add a club on top of Polaris or any other part of the head house, they would have to shut down the space below it and built up, like adding a new level to your house. C3 already had more than 2 story high ceilings, so they could essentially just build a new floor structure inside the existing terminal, with minimal disruption below. I agree that it will take some of the grandeur out of C3 from below, but it is the most logical solution without breaking the bank.

Obviously, UA struggled with the decision too, however, because it took them a long time to get this project started. In the time that this has been going on, they have redone all of their ORD clubs, and EWR C3 is still not open.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 5:25 pm

redrooster3 wrote:
If there were any planes I would've guess to be leaving the desert last from storage to be returned back to service, it would've been the High-J 767s to be last on the list simply because the nature of current business travel demand. But another bird has left ROW for SFO today and it was N672UA. Also N69059 will make attempt #2 to leave ROW for IAD as UA2725.


A couple observations on this issue.

(1) Just because people aren't on the company dime for air travel costs, it doesn't mean that these same people can't spend their own money on premium/upgraded travel for their personal needs. The 767 is relatively comfortable in coach but after doing one TRANSCON in a 10-across 777, I will never fly that way again...ever. 77W or HD 777 in coach is no longer an option for me personally and I'm probably not alone.

(2) With the PW 777s still idle, any widebody that UA can reactivate is welcome. If business is still depressed, being able to offer/upgrade select customers something special that might bring them back in the future or spread the word to friends/co-workers etc. is worth a lot. Good reviews on social media or at the water cooler is great marketing.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 6:06 pm

Storage Update:
N672UA (Boeing 767-300) ferried from ROW to SFO (UA2723/07). Aircraft will eventually head to HKG for heavy maintenance.
N69059 (Boeing 767-400) ferried from ROW to IAD (UA2725/07). It's anticipated that heavy maintenance will be performed at IAD before re-entering service.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 7:24 pm

jetblastdubai wrote:
redrooster3 wrote:
If there were any planes I would've guess to be leaving the desert last from storage to be returned back to service, it would've been the High-J 767s to be last on the list simply because the nature of current business travel demand. But another bird has left ROW for SFO today and it was N672UA. Also N69059 will make attempt #2 to leave ROW for IAD as UA2725.


A couple observations on this issue.

(1) Just because people aren't on the company dime for air travel costs, it doesn't mean that these same people can't spend their own money on premium/upgraded travel for their personal needs. The 767 is relatively comfortable in coach but after doing one TRANSCON in a 10-across 777, I will never fly that way again...ever. 77W or HD 777 in coach is no longer an option for me personally and I'm probably not alone.

(2) With the PW 777s still idle, any widebody that UA can reactivate is welcome. If business is still depressed, being able to offer/upgrade select customers something special that might bring them back in the future or spread the word to friends/co-workers etc. is worth a lot. Good reviews on social media or at the water cooler is great marketing.

Agreed. I have not flown on a UA 777 since they implemented 10 across, and will avoid on all flights over 4 hours, if ever an option. I'm not looking forward to the day that the 767's are gone, and I pray that UA buys whatever NMA aircraft that Boeing develops (if they do).

I sometimes wonder whether the 778/9 will be better, because I know they have a few more inches cabin width, but more importantly, the plane was designed with 10 across from the start, so potentially attachment rails are space appropriately, so your already cramped space isn't further impeded by rails in your foot space, from going from 9 to 10 seats. But either way, it will still have 40% middle seats, and 2 seats/row that are more than 1 seat from the aisle.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 9:38 pm

cosyr wrote:
jetblastdubai wrote:
redrooster3 wrote:
If there were any planes I would've guess to be leaving the desert last from storage to be returned back to service, it would've been the High-J 767s to be last on the list simply because the nature of current business travel demand. But another bird has left ROW for SFO today and it was N672UA. Also N69059 will make attempt #2 to leave ROW for IAD as UA2725.


A couple observations on this issue.

(1) Just because people aren't on the company dime for air travel costs, it doesn't mean that these same people can't spend their own money on premium/upgraded travel for their personal needs. The 767 is relatively comfortable in coach but after doing one TRANSCON in a 10-across 777, I will never fly that way again...ever. 77W or HD 777 in coach is no longer an option for me personally and I'm probably not alone.

(2) With the PW 777s still idle, any widebody that UA can reactivate is welcome. If business is still depressed, being able to offer/upgrade select customers something special that might bring them back in the future or spread the word to friends/co-workers etc. is worth a lot. Good reviews on social media or at the water cooler is great marketing.

Agreed. I have not flown on a UA 777 since they implemented 10 across, and will avoid on all flights over 4 hours, if ever an option. I'm not looking forward to the day that the 767's are gone, and I pray that UA buys whatever NMA aircraft that Boeing develops (if they do).

I sometimes wonder whether the 778/9 will be better, because I know they have a few more inches cabin width, but more importantly, the plane was designed with 10 across from the start, so potentially attachment rails are space appropriately, so your already cramped space isn't further impeded by rails in your foot space, from going from 9 to 10 seats. But either way, it will still have 40% middle seats, and 2 seats/row that are more than 1 seat from the aisle.


There is enough competition out there that those of us who wouldn't want to be stuffed in 10 across seating (which includes me) will avoid those planes. There will always be lemmings who will stuff themselves in one of those seats to save $5 and more power to them. I'm just happy there are enough options out there to avoid the 10 across nightmare.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Fri May 07, 2021 10:58 pm

Just out today United will once again delay the launch of SFO-DEL from May 27th to August 1st and will suspend ORD-DEL for one month starting in June this is do to the rise in COVID cases in India and as a result of the travel ban the US recently instituted.

United has already flown over 300,000 LBS of much needed medical supplies to India during this their second surge and in June United will continue to operate daily flights on these routes EWR-DEL, EWR-BOM and SFO-DEL.

Right now ORD-DEL will continue to operate throughout the month of May so United can continue to provide as many options as necessary to transport much needed aid into India, and after a one month hiatus the route for now is scheduled to resume in July.
 
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Sat May 08, 2021 1:40 am

jayunited wrote:
Just out today United will once again delay the launch of SFO-DEL from May 27th to August 1st and will suspend ORD-DEL for one month starting in June this is do to the rise in COVID cases in India and as a result of the travel ban the US recently instituted.

United has already flown over 300,000 LBS of much needed medical supplies to India during this their second surge and in June United will continue to operate daily flights on these routes EWR-DEL, EWR-BOM and SFO-DEL.

Right now ORD-DEL will continue to operate throughout the month of May so United can continue to provide as many options as necessary to transport much needed aid into India, and after a one month hiatus the route for now is scheduled to resume in July.


You meant delaying the launch of SFO-BLR?
Keep calm and wash your hands.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 1:53 am

dcajet wrote:
jayunited wrote:
Just out today United will once again delay the launch of SFO-DEL from May 27th to August 1st and will suspend ORD-DEL for one month starting in June this is do to the rise in COVID cases in India and as a result of the travel ban the US recently instituted.

United has already flown over 300,000 LBS of much needed medical supplies to India during this their second surge and in June United will continue to operate daily flights on these routes EWR-DEL, EWR-BOM and SFO-DEL.

Right now ORD-DEL will continue to operate throughout the month of May so United can continue to provide as many options as necessary to transport much needed aid into India, and after a one month hiatus the route for now is scheduled to resume in July.


You meant delaying the launch of SFO-BLR?



I'm sorry I was thinking BLR but didn't realize I typed DEL, yes SFO-BLR is being delayed once again.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 1:28 pm

UAX Update:

E175SC:
N85377 entered revenue service with Mesa
N84378 delivered to Mesa (only 2 more remaining to be delivered)

CR5:
N505MJ entered revenue service with GoJet (42nd CR5 in the fleet)

CR7:
N515MJ ferried STL for conversion to CR5

CR2:
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 8:01 pm

How should UA replace the 763 on high-end routes? 788s or A338s?
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 8:45 pm

UA857 wrote:
How should UA replace the 763 on high-end routes? 788s or A338s?


What 338's? You really think in the midst of world-wide losses in aviation history, UA is going to add another fleet type?
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 9:28 pm

MDC862 wrote:
UA857 wrote:
How should UA replace the 763 on high-end routes? 788s or A338s?


What 338's? You really think in the midst of world-wide losses in aviation history, UA is going to add another fleet type?


I am talking about post-pandemic.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 10:07 pm

Maintenance Update:
N421UA (Airbus 320) ferried from BQN to FLL (UA2757/08) after heavy maintenance.
N461UA (Airbus 320) ferried from IAH to BQN (UA2738/08) for heavy maintenance

Storage Update:
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 10:23 pm

UA857 wrote:
How should UA replace the 763 on high-end routes? 788s or A338s?


The 763s aren't going anywhere for a while. When they do go it will most likely be the NMA. If it isn't then I think it would be 787s or the A350 order. The A338s it a long shot
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 11:01 pm

UA857 wrote:
MDC862 wrote:
UA857 wrote:
How should UA replace the 763 on high-end routes? 788s or A338s?


What 338's? You really think in the midst of world-wide losses in aviation history, UA is going to add another fleet type?


I am talking about post-pandemic.


With a fleet of sixty 787s, more on order, and no 330ceos, there's no reason to consider A330neos. Absolutely none.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 11:06 pm

MIflyer12 wrote:
UA857 wrote:
MDC862 wrote:

What 338's? You really think in the midst of world-wide losses in aviation history, UA is going to add another fleet type?


I am talking about post-pandemic.


With a fleet of sixty 787s, more on order, and no 330ceos, there's no reason to consider A330neos. Absolutely none.


Then should UA convert the A359 order into RR 788s and A321XLR? UA could replace the 763 with the 788 and A321XLR and 77E with 789 on TPAC routes and 78J on TATL/LATAM routes.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 11:33 pm

UA857 wrote:
MIflyer12 wrote:
UA857 wrote:

I am talking about post-pandemic.


With a fleet of sixty 787s, more on order, and no 330ceos, there's no reason to consider A330neos. Absolutely none.


Then should UA convert the A359 order into RR 788s and A321XLR? UA could replace the 763 with the 788 and A321XLR and 77E with 789 on TPAC routes and 78J on TATL/LATAM routes.


No United doesn’t need 787s with RR. Start a what if thread....this one is already hard enough to follow without a bunch of crazy speculation.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sat May 08, 2021 11:42 pm

UA857 wrote:
Then should UA convert the A359 order into RR 788s and A321XLR? UA could replace the 763 with the 788 and A321XLR and 77E with 789 on TPAC routes and 78J on TATL/LATAM routes.


I think you may be missing the point. UA is not worrying about 763 replacements right this second. The 763 will likely eventually be replaced by the NMA. I'm not quite sure as to why we're having this discussion since they are literally retrofitting them with new interiors and thus likely still have quite a few years left in them which gives UA some time to look for a replacement, but of course, it is not their priority right this second. We likely won't see them swapping and flip-flopping their order book around like you are saying until UA is in a more stable place financially. And even then, it's mostly a waiting game since they are most likely to order the NMA, which Boeing of course still has not released.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 12:34 am

sfojvjets wrote:
UA857 wrote:
Then should UA convert the A359 order into RR 788s and A321XLR? UA could replace the 763 with the 788 and A321XLR and 77E with 789 on TPAC routes and 78J on TATL/LATAM routes.


I think you may be missing the point. UA is not worrying about 763 replacements right this second. The 763 will likely eventually be replaced by the NMA. I'm not quite sure as to why we're having this discussion since they are literally retrofitting them with new interiors and thus likely still have quite a few years left in them which gives UA some time to look for a replacement, but of course, it is not their priority right this second. We likely won't see them swapping and flip-flopping their order book around like you are saying until UA is in a more stable place financially. And even then, it's mostly a waiting game since they are most likely to order the NMA, which Boeing of course still has not released.


I would agree that United is quite content with the 763s for now. Hence the reason they made a big investment in them. Having said that, I don’t know if they have enough time to wait for the NMA as its replacement. As other carriers retire the 763, eventually UA will be one of the few operators and it get increasingly more expensive for United to find parts and servicing for them. I will bet that at the end of the day, the 763s are replaced by the XLRs and a few more (eventually) cleaned-up 788s for the routes the XLR can’t cover. I’ll bet the 763s can’t go much further than the mid to late 2020s, I don’t think Boeing will be quite ready with the NMA—at least not at the this rate!
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 1:53 am

With little demand for business travel, they probably will go longer than that. Its a guess right now when that demand will return and at what magnitude.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 3:32 am

With the laat several months of close in schedule adjustments, how has that worked with crew assignments vs 2019?
Are there even significant time differences in terms of bid lead time?
Seems like any bulking up of schedule has to be telegraphed ahead of time to make sure staffing can handle a given schedule.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 4:49 am

Can anyone let me know what tail number flew EWR BZE on May 1? I was on that flight and I am trying to do a trip report!
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 4:49 am

gwrudolph wrote:
sfojvjets wrote:
UA857 wrote:
Then should UA convert the A359 order into RR 788s and A321XLR? UA could replace the 763 with the 788 and A321XLR and 77E with 789 on TPAC routes and 78J on TATL/LATAM routes.


I think you may be missing the point. UA is not worrying about 763 replacements right this second. The 763 will likely eventually be replaced by the NMA. I'm not quite sure as to why we're having this discussion since they are literally retrofitting them with new interiors and thus likely still have quite a few years left in them which gives UA some time to look for a replacement, but of course, it is not their priority right this second. We likely won't see them swapping and flip-flopping their order book around like you are saying until UA is in a more stable place financially. And even then, it's mostly a waiting game since they are most likely to order the NMA, which Boeing of course still has not released.


I would agree that United is quite content with the 763s for now. Hence the reason they made a big investment in them. Having said that, I don’t know if they have enough time to wait for the NMA as its replacement. As other carriers retire the 763, eventually UA will be one of the few operators and it get increasingly more expensive for United to find parts and servicing for them. I will bet that at the end of the day, the 763s are replaced by the XLRs and a few more (eventually) cleaned-up 788s for the routes the XLR can’t cover. I’ll bet the 763s can’t go much further than the mid to late 2020s, I don’t think Boeing will be quite ready with the NMA—at least not at the this rate!



I don’t think there’ll be any issue at all with availability and or expense of 767 parts for many, many more years


The aircraft is still in production, freighter versions are still being delivered to FDX, you know Boeing promised them support for the life of the aircraft and they’re not going to gouge such a valuable customer


And of course the KC46 with many common parts will be in production for years to come


I think it’s a very realistic expectation that all versions of the 767 will be viable and in economic service for at least 20 more years


The only question is when the late production models will be re engined
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 5:53 am

sldispatcher wrote:
With the laat several months of close in schedule adjustments, how has that worked with crew assignments vs 2019?
Are there even significant time differences in terms of bid lead time?
Seems like any bulking up of schedule has to be telegraphed ahead of time to make sure staffing can handle a given schedule.


By and large, the vast majority of of flying makes it into the bidding window, but for the odds and ends that don’t, they will get dropped into open time and picked up quickly.

We are adequately staffed for the most part, and actually have our first new-hire class in over a year starting this Tuesday.
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 1:01 pm

maverick4002 wrote:
Can anyone let me know what tail number flew EWR BZE on May 1? I was on that flight and I am trying to do a trip report!


737-800 #0215 N26215
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 6:58 pm

Is UA going to return the PW 772 into service or will they be retired? If they´ll return to service will the 764 be retired then?
 
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Re: United Fleet, Network, and Discussion Thread - Q2 2021

Sun May 09, 2021 7:45 pm

UA857 wrote:
Is UA going to return the PW 772 into service or will they be retired? If they´ll return to service will the 764 be retired then?


They will be returning beginning this fall. As of now, the plan is for roughly 20 to be back in service by the end of 2021 with the remainder by summer 2022.

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