Boeing 767-400 routes

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Boeing 767-400 routes

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I'm planning to fly with the Boeing 767-400. What are my options?
I think DL and UA are the only airlines? What are the routes?
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Hi,

Don't know the routes ,,,
But take a short one !
With UA it was the worst flight for me this year !

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maybe FR24 filter B764 could help? Not everything for sure...

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As far as I know, only UA and DL fly them. As such, this link should give you a headstart.
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KriVa wrote: 26 Nov 2017, 22:27 As far as I know, only UA and DL fly them. As such, this link should give you a headstart.
One for you: Uzbekistan Airways also flies the B764 ;)
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Not according to any info I can find about it? 38 have been produced, 21 taken up by DAL, 16 taken up by UAL. One was a military testbed, and is now used by Bahrain Royal Flight.
That's it, as far as I can find?
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sn26567 wrote: 26 Nov 2017, 22:56
KriVa wrote: 26 Nov 2017, 22:27 As far as I know, only UA and DL fly them. As such, this link should give you a headstart.
One for you: Uzbekistan Airways also flies the B764 ;)
They have only 9 boeing B767-300ER's
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KriVa wrote: 27 Nov 2017, 11:23 Bahrain Royal Flight.
Only VIP transport . ( Royal ? )

https://www.planespotters.net/airline/B ... yal-Flight

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Correct, but they still fly it, so it has to be included on the above list. (Although you'll probably never be able to hitch a ride on it :) )
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quixoticguide wrote: 26 Nov 2017, 18:52 I'm planning to fly with the Boeing 767-400. What are my options?
I think DL and UA are the only airlines? What are the routes?
United will use the 767-400 as from 09/01 between EWR and BRU until the summer schedule ;-)
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A look on flightradar showed this...

ATL-LIM DL
EZE-EWR UA
GIG-ATL DL
LAX-ATL DL
JFK-SFO DL
EWR-SFO DL
LAX-JFK DL
ATL-LHR DL
JFK-BCN DL
ZRH-EWR UA
EWR-MXP UA
ATL-FCO DL
ATL-MUC DL
ATL-STR DL
EWR-LHR UA
EWR-CDG UA

Surely not a complete list and maybe subject to changes, but a good start to begin with ;)

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