IAD-HNL united 767-400ER

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  1. de52king

    de52king Active Member

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    I've got an upcoming award trip from IAD to HNL on a united 767-400er. I'm booked in business first. Will this be a lie flat seat? It appears so on the seat map, but was hoping someone knew first hand.

    Also, will united interline baggage on Hawaiian airlines if the united portion is a partner award and the Hawaiian flight is a separate revenue fare?

    Thank you very much for your insight!!!
     
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    edekba Gold Member

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    downhillcrasher Gold Member

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    It depends, you may or may not.

    Look at the seat map shown in your reservation to check. If there are 7 rows of BF, then it is lie flat. If there are only 4 rows then it is the Hawaii version with old style recliner BusinessFirst seats. (Of course, either way, there is always the possibility of a plane swap, but the seat map is your best guide at this point.)
     
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    Wandering Aramean Gold Member

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    UA can interline bags to HA. Make sure you have all the details of the HA trip with you at the UA counter.

    There are still a few 764s in the 76H config and the IAD-HNL route is usually scheduled with one of them. That means lounger but not lie-flat. You might get the lie-flat, but no guarantees until you're actually on the plane.
     
  5. de52king

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    Thank you very much for the insight!

    Will I have access to the united club? I assuming I will, but don't know given it is a partner award. Thank you again!
     

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