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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sat Dec 22, 2012 8:26 pm

Quoting PiedmontINT (Reply 7):
Southwest operates all of its fleet types into every airport they fly too

Not every airport sees the 737-800 yet

If you are at MIA for the day, there is a chance you will see a few complete fleets fly through

Tampa Cargo 767-200 N767QT, N768QT, N769QT, N770QT and 767-300 N771QT are very likely to be seen all in one day

The same goes for Florida West, possibly LAN Cargo, Centurion, Skylease Cargo.
 
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sat Dec 22, 2012 8:27 pm

Quoting FWAERJ (Reply 34):
Ah, I stand corrected. This means that DL operates all of their plane types into ATL, both mainline and Connection.

Delta does not fly the ERJ-140/145 into ATL, nor do they fly the EMB-120 there (which is only SLC-based and flown At-Risk by SkyWest).

DTW does get the -140/145s though.
 
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:14 pm

Tunisair fly A300/319/320 B735/6 to ORY, MRS, LYS, FCO, BRU, IST, TIP...

It's common, but the topic is regarding destinations and not home bases or hubs  
 
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:36 pm

Quoting QatarA340 (Reply 23):
Qatar airways operates all types to Dubai and Bahrain.

Including the A319's?

Quoting LX138 (Reply 32):
RJ (bar express ops)

They don't have such thing as 'express ops' but I assume you mean the Embraers? LHR also don't get the A313 (they still have one for pax flying) and A342.

Quoting LX138 (Reply 32):
and lately TK - seem to send just about everything over the last month
Quoting TK1244 (Reply 42):
We can see the whole fleet of TK at the bigger European destinations (LHR, AMS, CDG, DUS, etc)

Not correct, TK still has 3 B734's and they never visit the mentioned cities.   Also the 4 B73W's (the other 4 are flying with Anadolujet) are very rare.
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sat Dec 22, 2012 11:46 pm

Quoting apodino (Reply 48):
UA, now that the 747's are an SFO based plane....the only hubs that will see every UA type will be SFO and LAX (I could be wrong since I can't remember if LAX sees 777 service at all)

Actually I might stand corrected on this. Is any hub other than IAH seeing the 787 at the moment? If not...then no UA station sees every type.
 
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:21 am

Quoting USAirALB (Reply 20):
MCO sees A319, A320, A321, A332, B734, B757, B767. They see all mainline aircraft except the A333 and E90. I believe MCO is the spoke location in the US that sees a A330 on a regular basis.

On which routes does US fly their widebodies into MCO? I know at one point DL flew 763s from ATL to MCO. I didn't realize US apparently does this...
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:38 am

Quoting steeler83 (Reply 55):
On which routes does US fly their widebodies into MCO? I know at one point DL flew 763s from ATL to MCO. I didn't realize US apparently does this...

Currently US flies the following widebody routes to MCO:

Flight 801, CLT-MCO, A332
Flight 1020, PHL-MCO, B767
Flight 735, PHL-MCO, B767

On Saturdays, CLT-MCO sees an additional 767 operating as flight 1719.

US has been operating B767s on MCO-CLT/PHL for years now. They previously also operated PIT-MCO on an B767. This is the first year MCO has seen regularly scheduled A330 aircraft on US.

With the exception of the winter holiday, and certain Saturdays, DL no longer flies widebody aircraft into MCO. Sad, because MCO used to see MD11s, 764s, 763s, etc.. US is the only US airline (I believe) who still flies regularly scheduled widebodies to MCO.
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 12:52 am

[quote=Akiestar,reply=10]

I think PAL is 1x A319, plenty of A320 and the positioning A330 MNL-CEB for the NRT flight at Cebu. Seems to have changed dramatically since they took over 2P MNL-CEB also.
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:12 am

Quoting USAirALB (Reply 56):
DL no longer flies widebody aircraft into MCO. Sad, because MCO used to see MD11s, 764s, 763s, etc..

Back in April, 2000, I went to Orlando with my high school's marching band, and we flew out of PIT with the option of flying US or DL. Many of my friends flew on a couple of DL flights bound for ATL, which connected to a 767 to MCO. I, unfortunately, had to settle for a non-stop 737-400 doing a YUL-PIT-MCO routing. My return flight, US flight 5, was on a 757 tho. That was doing a MCO-PIT-LAX routing...
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 4:11 am

How about IR to DXB. I have seen their 747s, A300s, 727s and 320s in DXB...........
 
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 5:41 am

Quoting FWAERJ (Reply 34):
23 fleet types in all (24 when the DC-9s are replaced by the 717s and the 739ERs start arriving).

Actually, for a short time it will be [i2]5 types[/i], as the 738ER will enter service before the D95 is phased out. That is of course assuming the D95s will not be based at DTW exclusively during the final months, as that's a strong possibility.
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 7:18 am

Quoting TK1244 (Reply 42):
Thai too flies their entire fleet to BOM at times.
Ive seen TG 744,A333,773,77W, even A340-600!
So all their wide bodies which are operational now have visited BOM

Sorry but i disagree, and trust me a TG Employee would surely know     

i have logged all TG flights for last twelve years now and the A340-600 and the A340-500 have never come to BOM!

the 77w has also never come except when 9W leased them to TG and they may have been in BOM for a while

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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 2:20 pm

Quoting AirIndia (Reply 59):
How about IR to DXB. I have seen their 747s, A300s, 727s and 320s in DXB...........

IR also has F100's, do they fly to DXB as well?
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:19 pm

Quoting FWAERJ (Reply 29):

DL did fly their 757-300 to ATL. I flew on one back in April to FLL
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 5:26 pm

Quoting BasilFawlty (Reply 53):
Not correct, TK still has 3 B734's and they never visit the mentioned cities. Also the 4 B73W's (the other 4 are flying with Anadolujet) are very rare.

Yeah except the 734's then too  
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Sun Dec 23, 2012 5:41 pm

Quoting TS-IOR (Reply 52):
Not correct, TK still has 3 B734's and they never visit the mentioned cities. Also the 4 B73W's (the other 4 are flying with Anadolujet) are very rare.

I thought the last 734s were already retired last month.
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Mon Dec 24, 2012 1:33 am

Quoting dairy (Reply 17):
The TG 737-400 is NOT flying into Changi and not into HKG. Let s be more correct in answering the question. The threadstarter was aksing about the entire fleet, not only the widebody fleet.

Have fun with that, then.  
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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Mon Dec 24, 2012 6:04 am

Quoting PDX88 (Reply 28):
The 77W is part of the AA fleet now, which LAX has yet to see.

LAX-LHR will see the 77W starting this summer.

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RE: Airlines Operating Entire Fleet To One Airport?

Mon Dec 24, 2012 6:07 am

Quoting TS-IOR (Reply 52):
It's common, but the topic is regarding destinations and not home bases or hubs

Thank you for bringing that up , thats exactly what i had asked?

from a said Hub/Home base is there any destination where an airline sends their entire fleet?

got a few answers though, like the CX fleet into TPE
PR fleet into HKG
MEA into various airports
QR to BAH/DXB
TG into SIN
TG into HKG
PR into CBE and DVO

thats really interesting
thanks all

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