IAD-BRU a 777 in Oct.

 
Old Apr 11, 07, 7:39 am
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Originally Posted by dimramon View Post
CO has a 777 on that route, UA should do it too.
I'm sure that's a factor UA takes into consideration when deciding which aircraft to deploy on which routes.
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Old Apr 11, 07, 7:47 am
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Originally Posted by dimramon View Post
I've been hoping for a 777 on this route. Too bad it's only for one month. CO has a 777 on that route, UA should do it too.

AA, DL and US all operate 767s from their hubs to BRU.

NW does it with 757
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Old Apr 11, 07, 8:27 am
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Originally Posted by UNITED959 View Post
I'm sure that's a factor UA takes into consideration when deciding which aircraft to deploy on which routes.
Wishful thinking
I know that DL/AA still use the 767 (2 flights/day each) . I was just surprised to see that CO uses a 777 on its route. I'd just rather sit in a 777 than a 767 (without having to go through LHR or FRA).
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