The United airlinea fleet webpage

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  1. Minnesota Bruin
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    Yep, looks good. But you should change your signature to the new address.

    I like the easy to sort columns. I was playing around with them and was a bit surprised to see no new sUA planes delivered since 2002! Everything less than 10 years old is sCO metal.
     
  2. COFlyerCLE
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    I really like the new site. The info is so clearly laid out, and the filters makes it quick to find specific planes. I also like the "What widebody am I flying on" tool (although the answer I got was some POS sUA 777 with no video or power. GRRR).

    Thanks for your efforts on creating and maintaining the info and the site. It is something I use every week!!
     
  3. FriendlySkies
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    All UA 777s have video in F/C/Y. If it's a reconfigured 777, then there is power on-board...
     
  4. COFlyerCLE
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    Take a look at the 77A configuration, then get back to me :)
     
  5. FriendlySkies
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    Are you talking about the domestic 777?

    As I said before, ALL UA 777s have video on-board.

    ETA: The domestic 777s have LCDs screens mounted throughout the F & Y cabins.
     
  6. COFlyerCLE
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    Yes, the domestic 777. I don't consider overhead screens and no power as having video-on-board. It was in 1990, but not in 2012 :) And no power either. Very surprising that they have planes configured like this... can't really say there is much of the old UA hard product that I've been excited about at all.
     
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    Last time I flew on the domestic 777, the power ports in F (emPower) were enabled. Used them to keep my devices charged on SFO-OGG.
     
  8. ua767400

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    Please note that I will be taking a real vacation! This will require that I only update the site once or twice, but all questions etc will be answered within 24 hours. I apologize for any inconvenience. However, you will still be able to get the latest updates through twitter. @unitedfleetwebs

    Thanks! Please don't hesitate to contact me!
     
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    what the heck are they doing to 3851? You have it in for E+ on May 31. Is it really still in the shop?

    -David
     
  10. ua767400

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    Yea it is still in the shop. It could be having other maintenance being completed.
     
  11. James

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    On the June Widebody schedule, the HNL-IAD flight lists the aircraft as 76H. In the legend above the document, it doesn't describe what 76H is.

    https://sites.google.com/site/unitedfleetsite/what-wideobdy-aircraft-am-i-flying-on

    UA CARGO TYPE UA FLEET TYPE NOTES
    47C 747-400 PMUA
    67D 767-300 Domestic PMUA 2 Class "Ghetto Bird"
    67I 767-300 International PMUA Lie flat GF and BF
    76F 767-400ER PMCO
    76T 767-200 PMCO
    77A 777-200 Domestic PMUA Domestic/Hawaii
    77C 777-200 International PMUA NON-IPTE 772 (12/49/77/114)
    77D 777-200 International PMUA IPTE 772 (8/40/104/117)
    77I 777-200 International PMUA NON-IPTE 772 (12/49/77/114)
    77Q 777-200 International PMUA IPTE 772 (8/40/104/117) N220UA
    77S 777-200 International PMCO 772
    Frequency: 1= Monday 2 = Tuesday
    3= Wednesday 4 = Thursday 5 = Friday
    6 = Saturday 7 = Sunday
     
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    I am out of town....it is aircraft 3063-3066
     
  13. SeaRaptor
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    I'm sure it's an oversight that will get corrected shortly.

    The 76H is short-hand for the pmCO 767-400 configured for domestic operations to Hawaii. It has a smaller-than-typical BusinessFirst cabin, with only 20 seats (versus 35 on the non-lie-flat 767-400). There are 236 Economy seats in this aircraft, and no Economy Plus.

    See:

    http://www.united.com/web/en-US/content/travel/inflight/aircraft/767/400ER/v3.aspx
     
  14. Golfingboy
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    The first reconfigured 763 is enroute to ORD from HKG. Should land at noon today [Saturday]...
     
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    It will not be corrected until Tuesday evening as I am taking a vacation and it's hard to update the site from my iPhone. For the latest updates I am tweeting them @unitedfleetwebs
     
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    I am really looking forward to the addition of the 787 being added to to the active fleet.
     
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    I have it on the list now! Sorry about that! :)
     
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    I have been working to improve the way to get information about the seats such as pitch, width and recline. Now you can click the configuration column for all (except the 777) and you will be taken to a page with a VERY VERY good seat map (ok I have used the united.com) as well as information about the seats in all sections.

    What do you think?
     
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    It's fantastic--thanks!
     
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    Thanks!
     
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    I have a question about the 753 fleet now that they are flying into Kona. You have several aircraft posted as ETOPS, but all of those A/C are listed as having 57 E+ seats. I gotta tell you I have flown a couple KOA / LAX legs on a 753 and no joy on the E+ with the exception of the exit row seats. Also, can you tell me when these 753s that they are using for Hawaii are going to get E+ / IFE????
     
  22. Golfingboy
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    The last ETOPS 753 got E+ last week, so all HI bound 753s will have E+. Those birds will not be getting the DTV [the non-ETOPS ones will get DTV], but I think UA is looking into streaming entertainment onboard.
     
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    Then why does the seat map on UA 1164 on 12/25 LAX-KOA show a 753 configuration?
     
  24. Golfingboy
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    It will be updated, I do not know when, but it will. My EWR-IST flight showed the sUA 3-cabin 763 until about three weeks out it finally switched to the reconfigured ghetto bird layout.

    All 12 ETOPs 753s now have E+, the other 9 753s that have not been converted are non-ETOPs 753s which means they are not allowed to fly more than 60 [? can't remember] miles from the nearest land. So, those birds definitely will not be flying both LAX-KOA flights on 12/25.
     
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    Is United getting the new 747-800...???
     

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