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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 02, 2019 2:25 pm

3921 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n921du
 
NateGreat
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Apr 04, 2019 2:30 pm

Interesting news from Delta, especially regarding the new 764s.

https://news.delta.com/new-paths-across ... k-jfk-2020
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Apr 04, 2019 4:03 pm

NateGreat wrote:
Interesting news from Delta, especially regarding the new 764s.

https://news.delta.com/new-paths-across ... k-jfk-2020


It makes sense that the 764s will be frequenting London once more after they are refurbished. A few years ago the 764 used to cover pretty much all U.S.-LHR flying, until the product started becoming less competitive than more recently refurbished aircraft like the A330s.
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Apr 04, 2019 4:35 pm

FSDan wrote:
NateGreat wrote:
Interesting news from Delta, especially regarding the new 764s.

https://news.delta.com/new-paths-across ... k-jfk-2020


It makes sense that the 764s will be frequenting London once more after they are refurbished. A few years ago the 764 used to cover pretty much all U.S.-LHR flying, until the product started becoming less competitive than more recently refurbished aircraft like the A330s.


There are images of the new seat in the video. No doors, 1-2-1 configuration.

Since they remain the vantage model, I wonder if they are just re-skinned versions the existing seat. Would significantly lower the ROI, especially if they are going though the entire 767 fleet.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 09, 2019 1:01 pm

 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 09, 2019 2:18 pm

n515cr wrote:


How many A220-100 is that now in the fleet?

What is the total now of MD-88 and MD-90 still flying?
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 09, 2019 5:10 pm

gsg013 wrote:
n515cr wrote:


How many A220-100 is that now in the fleet?

What is the total now of MD-88 and MD-90 still flying?

9 A220s
79 MD88s
37 MD90s
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 10, 2019 7:04 pm

The majority of airlines seem to have the scimitars installed on the FAL at BFI. Why does DL have them installed during induction at MCI? Are they really doing it to save money compared with what Boeing charges? Are they perhaps from a different manufacturer than what Boeing uses?
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Apr 11, 2019 6:32 pm

3922 showing first revenue flights tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n922dz
3077 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n377dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Apr 12, 2019 6:17 pm

n515cr wrote:
3922 showing first revenue flights tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n922dz
3077 showing delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n377dn


3922 exit cancelled.
3077 in the air.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 14, 2019 7:21 pm

3923 has exited induction and should enter service later today: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n923dz
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:31 pm

3922 exited induction on April 13 and entered service on April 14. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n922dz
3075 showing induction exit tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n375dn
3921 should exit soon.

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Fleet Mod Status 15 Apr 2019


777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y220
777-200ER (7CD): 8/8 complete
N860DA 7001 (entered Jan 1 2019; finished Feb 2 2019). C+
N861DA 7002 (entered Jan 10 2019; finished Feb 17 2019). C+
N862DA 7003 (entered Nov 28 2018; finished Jan 5 2019). C+
N863DA 7004 (entered Feb 17 2018; finished Jun 6 2018). C+
N864DA 7005 (entered Sep 18 2018; finished Oct 22 2018). C+
N865DA 7006 (entered Nov 16 2018; finished Dec 18 2018). C+
N866DA 7007 (entered Oct 24 2018; finished Nov 27 2018). C+
N867DA 7008 (entered Feb 4 2019; finished Mar 11 2019). C+

777-200LR (7CB): 2/10 7CB (+2 in mod)
N701DN 7101
N702DN 7102
N703DN 7103
N704DK 7104 (entered Apr 3 2018; est. exit May 6 2018). C+ during mods
N705DN 7105 (entered Feb 25 2019; finished Mar 28 2019). C+
N706DN 7106 (entered Sep 6 2018; finished Nov 1 2018). C+
N707DN 7107 (entered Mar 23 2018; est. exit Apr 24 2018). C+ during mods
N708DN 7108
N709DN 7109
N710DN 7110


757 Status [Complete]
757-300: Complete (5801-5816)
75E -> 75S: Complete (6801-6818)
75A/75M -> 75H: Complete (5635-5649)
757/75X -> 75C: Complete (649-652, 654-655, 661-664, 666)
757/75X/75M -> 75D: Complete (658-660, 665, 667-676, 678-699, 5650-5657, 6700-6717)
Ex-Shanghai -> 75G: Complete (6819-6823)

Current configurations:
75S – C16W44Y108 (PMDL, International/JFK-CA, flatbeds in C, Satellite WiFi, PTVs)
75D – F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting)
75H – F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, Satellite WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, ETOPS)
75P – F20W41Y132 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/seats/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, winglets, and ETOPS)
75C – F72 (NBA/Charter configuration)


737 Status
73W – LED mood lighting, soft bulkhead between Y and F, 2Ku
738 – AVOD, updated lavs, and LED cabin lighting, 2Ku
739 – scimitar winglets (not all), Sat TV, 2Ku eventually

73W Cabin Refresh (3601-3610): 10/10 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi

737-800 Mods
738: 43/43 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi (3701-4743)
73H: 30/30 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi (3744-3773)
73A v2 (Ex-GOL) IFE/ISP mods: 4/4 complete. All have Sky Interior and 2Ku WiFi (3774-3777)

737-900ER Scimitar Upgrades/Sat TV/Induction: 86/130 complete, 36 without scimitar upgrade, 7 on order, 1 in mod. All have 2Ku WiFi (3801-3920, 3922-23)
N921DU 3921 Entered Apr 4, 2019; est. exit Apr 17, 2019


Airbus Mods/Induction
A220-100: induction (F12W15Y82), 2Ku
A319: F12W18Y96 -> F12W18Y102, AVOD, 2Ku
A320: F12W18Y120 -> P1: F16W18Y126 / P2: F16W18Y123
A321: induction (F20W29Y140), 2Ku

A220-100: 9/40, 0 @ ATL for induction (8101-07, 8109-10)

A319: 57 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi, (3101-3102, 3114-3149, 3151-3155, 3157-3166, 3168-3171)

A320: 62 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi, (3209, 3212, 3217, 3219-3245, 3247-3278)

A320s retirements: 7: (3210-3211, 3213-3216, 3218)

A321: 74/127, 2 in mod, (3001-3074)
N375DN 3075 Entered Apr 5, 2019; est. exit Apr 16, 2019
N377DN 3077 Entered Apr 12, 2019; est. exit Apr 23, 2019

MD Fleet Status
B717 Mods: 91/91 complete (incl. 3 parked), (9500-9589, 9594)
Mods: DL seating config, WiFi, ISP

MD-90s: 65 total
Active MD-90s: 37
N906DA 9206
N907DA 9207
N908DA 9208
N909DA 9209
N910DN 9210
N911DA 9211
N912DN 9212
N913DN 9213
N914DN 9214
N915DN 9215
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N919DN 9219
N920DN 9220
N921DN 9221
N922DX 9222
N923DN 9223
N924DN 9224
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
N927DN 9227
N928DN 9228
N929DN 9229
N930DN 9230
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N936DN 9236
N946DN 9246
N947DN 9247
N950DN 9250
N951DN 9251
N952DN 9252
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 28 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DA 9201 10/1/2018
N902DA 9202 6/25/2017
N903DA 9203 9/2/2017
N904DA 9204 7/15/2018
N905DA 9205 1/5/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N937DN 9237 8/13/2018
N938DN 9238 11/12/2018
N939DN 9239 11/15/2018
N940DN 9240 1/4/2019
N941DN 9241 3/3/2019
N942DN 9242 2/3/2019
N943DN 9243 1/3/2019
N944DN 9244 12/12/2018
N945DN 9245 2/14/2019
N948DN 9248 10/14/2018
N949DN 9249 11/15/2018
N953DN 9253 6/3/2018
N954DN 9254 5/12/2018
N955DN 9255 4/15/2018
N956DN 9256 1/3/2018
N957DN 9257 2/28/2018
N958DN 9258 10/1/2017
N959DN 9259 1/15/2018
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018


MD-88s: 120 total
Active MD-88s: 79
N904DL 904
N905DL 905
N906DL 906
N907DL 907
N908DL 908
N910DL 910
N911DL 911
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N915DL 915
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N922DL 922
N947DL 947
N949DL 949
N953DL 953
N955DL 955
N956DL 956
N957DL 957
N958DL 958
N959DL 959
N960DL 960
N961DL 961
N962DL 962
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N975DL 975
N976DL 976
N977DL 977
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N980DL 980
N981DL 981
N982DL 982
N983DL 983
N984DL 984
N985DL 985
N986DL 986
N987DL 987
N988DL 988
N989DL 989
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
N992DL 992
N993DL 993
N994DL 994
N995DL 995
N996DL 996
N997DL 997
N998DL 998
N999DN 999
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N904DE 9004
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N909DE 9009
N910DE 9010
N911DE 9011
N912DE 9012
N913DE 9013
N915DE 9015
N916DE 9016
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 41 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N918DL 918 7/07/2018
N919DL 919 3/25/2018
N920DL 920 10/30/2017
N921DL 921 8/19/2018
N923DL 923 3/22/2018
N924DL 924 10/30/2018
N925DL 925 9/15/2017
N926DL 926 5/29/2018
N927DA 927 8/10/2018
N928DL 928 8/28/2017
N929DL 929 1/05/2018
N930DL 930 12/02/2017
N931DL 931 5/11/2018
N932DL 932 9/15/2018
N933DL 933 9/28/2018
N934DL 934 7/01/2018
N935DL 935 11/21/2018
N936DL 936 12/9/2018
N937DL 937 12/21/2018
N938DL 938 11/1/2018
N939DL 939 9/23/2018
N940DL 940 11/13/2017
N941DL 941 9/18/2018
N942DL 942 9/7/2018
N943DL 943 10/31/2018
N944DL 944 11/2/2018
N945DL 945 11/18/2018
N946DL 946 12/15/2018
N948DL 948 1/19/2019
N950DL 950 1/28/2019
N951DL 951 2/18/2019
N952DL 952 1/3/2019
N954DL 954 2/15/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
 
audidudi
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Apr 19, 2019 1:05 am

After 3 1/2 months at CAN and this being the prototype B764 for the new D1 cabin and complete new 4-class installation, N828MH had a test flight yesterday, so it should be heading back to the US soon:

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n828mh
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 21, 2019 2:43 am

Delta One Suites for ATL-PVG effective 11/7/19 and 11/9 for ATL-JNB.
 
NateGreat
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 21, 2019 4:54 am

BluYonder wrote:
Delta One Suites for ATL-PVG effective 11/7/19 and 11/9 for ATL-JNB.

Are these the last two Delta 777 routes to receive the new 4-cabin 777s?
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 22, 2019 12:10 pm

3921 entered service on 4/19.
7107 showing an exit from mods on 4/32: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n707dn
 
redrooster3
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 22, 2019 9:30 pm

N140LL one of the last two 767-300s finally heading for retirement?

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/N14 ... /KLAX/KSBD
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 1:13 am

On one of my segments tonight, I got one of the CR900s with the new Atmosphere interior. When did these start going into service, and will the rest of the CR900 fleet get this interior eventually?

These are very nice, especially the extra bin space in 1st. I didn't realize the plane had new bins so I pink-tagged my bag.
 
karan69
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:56 am

Hi folks,
Thanks for the updates, just a quick query, was under the impression that all the 767-300er Y cabins were refurbished a few years back with the new PTVs ,
And I informed this to my colleague who was flying DL 588 from PVG to SEA on Easter , he messaged me saying that the aircraft is ancient and sent me pictures that looked like the old PTV system found on their 764 fleet,

The frame in question as per FR24 isN1607B,

Would like to know how many 767-300ers do not have the newer PTVs in Y class?

Regards/

Karan
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 10:54 am

NateGreat wrote:
Interesting news from Delta, especially regarding the new 764s.

https://news.delta.com/new-paths-across ... k-jfk-2020


I hope the pilots have better luck finding EDI than the video editor. :duck:
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 11:05 am

seanpmassey wrote:
On one of my segments tonight, I got one of the CR900s with the new Atmosphere interior. When did these start going into service, and will the rest of the CR900 fleet get this interior eventually?

These are very nice, especially the extra bin space in 1st. I didn't realize the plane had new bins so I pink-tagged my bag.


https://airwaysmag.com/airlines/delta-o ... ere-cabin/

DL ordered 20 CR9s with the Atmosphere interior and a total of 70 seats due to scope restrictions. If DL has committed all DL Connection carriers to an Atmosphere CR9 refurb I missed it.
 
KMCOFlyer
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 11:38 am

karan69 wrote:
Hi folks,
Thanks for the updates, just a quick query, was under the impression that all the 767-300er Y cabins were refurbished a few years back with the new PTVs ,
And I informed this to my colleague who was flying DL 588 from PVG to SEA on Easter , he messaged me saying that the aircraft is ancient and sent me pictures that looked like the old PTV system found on their 764 fleet,

The frame in question as per FR24 isN1607B,

Would like to know how many 767-300ers do not have the newer PTVs in Y class?

Regards/

These birds that do SEA-Asia are the 76Ts which is the only 767 variant with a crew rest. They were the first 763s to get modded way back in 2011 and before DL started using the new IFE screens. AFAIK, they are the only 767-300ERs with the old screens.

Karan
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 1:42 pm

The Points Guy has an article about Delta’s (and United’s) 767s. It seems the 767-300ERs will be retired and not updated again.

“There are no plans to refurbish the 767-300ERs, a smaller variant of the plane, which is found on many routes to Asia and Europe and will be phased out with the introduction of the Airbus A330-900.”

https://thepointsguy.com/news/why-are-d ... ging-767s/
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 2:00 pm

atlflyer wrote:
The Points Guy has an article about Delta’s (and United’s) 767s. It seems the 767-300ERs will be retired and not updated again.

“There are no plans to refurbish the 767-300ERs, a smaller variant of the plane, which is found on many routes to Asia and Europe and will be phased out with the introduction of the Airbus A330-900.”

https://thepointsguy.com/news/why-are-d ... ging-767s/


TPG is not a news source really, more times than not they don’t know what they’re talking about.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 6:58 pm

3077 showing induction exit tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n377dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 7:06 pm

atlflyer wrote:
The Points Guy has an article about Delta’s (and United’s) 767s. It seems the 767-300ERs will be retired and not updated again.

“There are no plans to refurbish the 767-300ERs, a smaller variant of the plane, which is found on many routes to Asia and Europe and will be phased out with the introduction of the Airbus A330-900.”

https://thepointsguy.com/news/why-are-d ... ging-767s/


I would be very suspicious of that assertion at least with regards to Delta. There aren't enough 339s on order in the next five years to replace all of the 763s - not by frames, anyway. I don't believe DL will go that long without a refurb.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 8:17 pm

N140LL flew to SBD.. Was this a charter or are they finally dumping the Domestic 767s?
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:38 pm

1401 flew off to retirement today. The only remaining domestic 763 is 1402.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 24, 2019 12:49 pm

KMCOFlyer wrote:

These birds that do SEA-Asia are the 76Ts which is the only 767 variant with a crew rest. They were the first 763s to get modded way back in 2011 and before DL started using the new IFE screens. AFAIK, they are the only 767-300ERs with the old screens.


Thanks for the info, how many 76Ts does DL currently have in its fleet

Regards/

Karan
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 24, 2019 1:48 pm

karan69 wrote:
KMCOFlyer wrote:

These birds that do SEA-Asia are the 76Ts which is the only 767 variant with a crew rest. They were the first 763s to get modded way back in 2011 and before DL started using the new IFE screens. AFAIK, they are the only 767-300ERs with the old screens.


Thanks for the info, how many 76Ts does DL currently have in its fleet

Regards/

Karan


7, I believe.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:03 pm

KMCOFlyer wrote:
karan69 wrote:
KMCOFlyer wrote:

These birds that do SEA-Asia are the 76Ts which is the only 767 variant with a crew rest. They were the first 763s to get modded way back in 2011 and before DL started using the new IFE screens. AFAIK, they are the only 767-300ERs with the old screens.


Thanks for the info, how many 76Ts does DL currently have in its fleet

Regards/

Karan


7, I believe.


Are there any plans to convert any of the Ts to the 76Z configuration? Once the 339s start taking over SEA-Asia routes later this summer, the utilization of the 76T fleet looks to be dropping a lot (i.e. it looks like only 4 out of 7 frames will be needed to cover SEA-CDG, SEA-ICN, and SEA-PEK come July).
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 24, 2019 6:30 pm

It was mentioned by a VP that as the 767s are displaced by 339s they will be pulled out for cabin refresh.
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Thu Apr 25, 2019 6:29 pm

3076 showing a delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n376dn
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Apr 26, 2019 6:27 pm

n515cr wrote:
3076 showing a delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n376dn


3076 in the air: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/flights/dl9960
971 was supposed to retire today. Hasn't flown since yesterday but haven't seen a ferry to SBD/BYH per usual.
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Fri Apr 26, 2019 8:57 pm

n515cr wrote:
971 was supposed to retire today. Hasn't flown since yesterday but haven't seen a ferry to SBD/BYH per usual.


Apparently, 971 is in for a check so it can cover for 977, which had a collision with a tug and is being written off.
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Apr 27, 2019 3:47 am

A handful of 763E and 75D aircraft have refurbished seats from prior generation aircraft with smaller seat back screens. Seats were pulled from ex Song/DL 75X's that were retired and for the 763E's from ex DL domestic 763's with seat back screens.

karan69 wrote:
Hi folks,
Thanks for the updates, just a quick query, was under the impression that all the 767-300er Y cabins were refurbished a few years back with the new PTVs ,
And I informed this to my colleague who was flying DL 588 from PVG to SEA on Easter , he messaged me saying that the aircraft is ancient and sent me pictures that looked like the old PTV system found on their 764 fleet,

The frame in question as per FR24 isN1607B,

Would like to know how many 767-300ers do not have the newer PTVs in Y class?

Regards/

Karan
 
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Apr 27, 2019 4:26 am

You have the notes on the 321 fleet and the present configurations? 191 is the new config and is arriving on new builds but the originals are 192 and somewhere in between are a/c at 189.

n515cr wrote:
3922 exited induction on April 13 and entered service on April 14. https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n922dz
3075 showing induction exit tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n375dn
3921 should exit soon.

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Fleet Mod Status 15 Apr 2019


777-200ER/LR Conversions to J28W48Y220
777-200ER (7CD): 8/8 complete
N860DA 7001 (entered Jan 1 2019; finished Feb 2 2019). C+
N861DA 7002 (entered Jan 10 2019; finished Feb 17 2019). C+
N862DA 7003 (entered Nov 28 2018; finished Jan 5 2019). C+
N863DA 7004 (entered Feb 17 2018; finished Jun 6 2018). C+
N864DA 7005 (entered Sep 18 2018; finished Oct 22 2018). C+
N865DA 7006 (entered Nov 16 2018; finished Dec 18 2018). C+
N866DA 7007 (entered Oct 24 2018; finished Nov 27 2018). C+
N867DA 7008 (entered Feb 4 2019; finished Mar 11 2019). C+

777-200LR (7CB): 2/10 7CB (+2 in mod)
N701DN 7101
N702DN 7102
N703DN 7103
N704DK 7104 (entered Apr 3 2018; est. exit May 6 2018). C+ during mods
N705DN 7105 (entered Feb 25 2019; finished Mar 28 2019). C+
N706DN 7106 (entered Sep 6 2018; finished Nov 1 2018). C+
N707DN 7107 (entered Mar 23 2018; est. exit Apr 24 2018). C+ during mods
N708DN 7108
N709DN 7109
N710DN 7110


757 Status [Complete]
757-300: Complete (5801-5816)
75E -> 75S: Complete (6801-6818)
75A/75M -> 75H: Complete (5635-5649)
757/75X -> 75C: Complete (649-652, 654-655, 661-664, 666)
757/75X/75M -> 75D: Complete (658-660, 665, 667-676, 678-699, 5650-5657, 6700-6717)
Ex-Shanghai -> 75G: Complete (6819-6823)

Current configurations:
75S – C16W44Y108 (PMDL, International/JFK-CA, flatbeds in C, Satellite WiFi, PTVs)
75D – F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting)
75H – F20W29Y150 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, Satellite WiFi, new lavs/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, ETOPS)
75P – F20W41Y132 (AVOD/Sat TV, ISP, WiFi, new lavs/seats/galleys/bins/PSUs/LED lighting, winglets, and ETOPS)
75C – F72 (NBA/Charter configuration)


737 Status
73W – LED mood lighting, soft bulkhead between Y and F, 2Ku
738 – AVOD, updated lavs, and LED cabin lighting, 2Ku
739 – scimitar winglets (not all), Sat TV, 2Ku eventually

73W Cabin Refresh (3601-3610): 10/10 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi

737-800 Mods
738: 43/43 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi (3701-4743)
73H: 30/30 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi (3744-3773)
73A v2 (Ex-GOL) IFE/ISP mods: 4/4 complete. All have Sky Interior and 2Ku WiFi (3774-3777)

737-900ER Scimitar Upgrades/Sat TV/Induction: 86/130 complete, 36 without scimitar upgrade, 7 on order, 1 in mod. All have 2Ku WiFi (3801-3920, 3922-23)
N921DU 3921 Entered Apr 4, 2019; est. exit Apr 17, 2019


Airbus Mods/Induction
A220-100: induction (F12W15Y82), 2Ku
A319: F12W18Y96 -> F12W18Y102, AVOD, 2Ku
A320: F12W18Y120 -> P1: F16W18Y126 / P2: F16W18Y123
A321: induction (F20W29Y140), 2Ku

A220-100: 9/40, 0 @ ATL for induction (8101-07, 8109-10)

A319: 57 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi, (3101-3102, 3114-3149, 3151-3155, 3157-3166, 3168-3171)

A320: 62 complete. All have 2Ku WiFi, (3209, 3212, 3217, 3219-3245, 3247-3278)

A320s retirements: 7: (3210-3211, 3213-3216, 3218)

A321: 74/127, 2 in mod, (3001-3074)
N375DN 3075 Entered Apr 5, 2019; est. exit Apr 16, 2019
N377DN 3077 Entered Apr 12, 2019; est. exit Apr 23, 2019

MD Fleet Status
B717 Mods: 91/91 complete (incl. 3 parked), (9500-9589, 9594)
Mods: DL seating config, WiFi, ISP

MD-90s: 65 total
Active MD-90s: 37
N906DA 9206
N907DA 9207
N908DA 9208
N909DA 9209
N910DN 9210
N911DA 9211
N912DN 9212
N913DN 9213
N914DN 9214
N915DN 9215
N916DN 9216
N917DN 9217
N918DH 9218
N919DN 9219
N920DN 9220
N921DN 9221
N922DX 9222
N923DN 9223
N924DN 9224
N925DN 9225
N926DH 9226
N927DN 9227
N928DN 9228
N929DN 9229
N930DN 9230
N931DN 9231
N934DN 9234
N935DN 9235
N936DN 9236
N946DN 9246
N947DN 9247
N950DN 9250
N951DN 9251
N952DN 9252
N960DN 9260
N962DN 9262
N963DN 9263

Inactive MD-90s: 28 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DA 9201 10/1/2018
N902DA 9202 6/25/2017
N903DA 9203 9/2/2017
N904DA 9204 7/15/2018
N905DA 9205 1/5/2019
N932DN 9232 12/24/2017
N933DN 9233 8/29/2018
N937DN 9237 8/13/2018
N938DN 9238 11/12/2018
N939DN 9239 11/15/2018
N940DN 9240 1/4/2019
N941DN 9241 3/3/2019
N942DN 9242 2/3/2019
N943DN 9243 1/3/2019
N944DN 9244 12/12/2018
N945DN 9245 2/14/2019
N948DN 9248 10/14/2018
N949DN 9249 11/15/2018
N953DN 9253 6/3/2018
N954DN 9254 5/12/2018
N955DN 9255 4/15/2018
N956DN 9256 1/3/2018
N957DN 9257 2/28/2018
N958DN 9258 10/1/2017
N959DN 9259 1/15/2018
N961DN 9261 3/23/2018
N964DN 9264 2/28/2018
N965DN 9265 7/11/2018


MD-88s: 120 total
Active MD-88s: 79
N904DL 904
N905DL 905
N906DL 906
N907DL 907
N908DL 908
N910DL 910
N911DL 911
N912DL 912
N913DL 913
N915DL 915
N916DL 916
N917DL 917
N922DL 922
N947DL 947
N949DL 949
N953DL 953
N955DL 955
N956DL 956
N957DL 957
N958DL 958
N959DL 959
N960DL 960
N961DL 961
N962DL 962
N963DL 963
N964DL 964
N965DL 965
N966DL 966
N967DL 967
N968DL 968
N969DL 969
N970DL 970
N971DL 971
N972DL 972
N973DL 973
N974DL 974
N975DL 975
N976DL 976
N977DL 977
N978DL 978
N979DL 979
N980DL 980
N981DL 981
N982DL 982
N983DL 983
N984DL 984
N985DL 985
N986DL 986
N987DL 987
N988DL 988
N989DL 989
N990DL 990
N991DL 991
N992DL 992
N993DL 993
N994DL 994
N995DL 995
N996DL 996
N997DL 997
N998DL 998
N999DN 999
N900DE 9000
N901DE 9001
N902DE 9002
N903DE 9003
N904DE 9004
N905DE 9005
N906DE 9006
N907DE 9007
N908DE 9008
N909DE 9009
N910DE 9010
N911DE 9011
N912DE 9012
N913DE 9013
N915DE 9015
N916DE 9016
N918DE 9018
N920DE 9020

Inactive MD-88s: 41 (w/ storage/retirement date)
N901DL 901 2007
N902DL 902
N903DL 903 2008
N909DL 909 3/05/2015 (written off)
N914DL 914 8/25/2018
N918DL 918 7/07/2018
N919DL 919 3/25/2018
N920DL 920 10/30/2017
N921DL 921 8/19/2018
N923DL 923 3/22/2018
N924DL 924 10/30/2018
N925DL 925 9/15/2017
N926DL 926 5/29/2018
N927DA 927 8/10/2018
N928DL 928 8/28/2017
N929DL 929 1/05/2018
N930DL 930 12/02/2017
N931DL 931 5/11/2018
N932DL 932 9/15/2018
N933DL 933 9/28/2018
N934DL 934 7/01/2018
N935DL 935 11/21/2018
N936DL 936 12/9/2018
N937DL 937 12/21/2018
N938DL 938 11/1/2018
N939DL 939 9/23/2018
N940DL 940 11/13/2017
N941DL 941 9/18/2018
N942DL 942 9/7/2018
N943DL 943 10/31/2018
N944DL 944 11/2/2018
N945DL 945 11/18/2018
N946DL 946 12/15/2018
N948DL 948 1/19/2019
N950DL 950 1/28/2019
N951DL 951 2/18/2019
N952DL 952 1/3/2019
N954DL 954 2/15/2019
N914DE 9014 9/07/2017
N917DE 9017 10/20/2017
N919DE 9019 7/20/2018
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Apr 27, 2019 2:36 pm

DwayneStorkman wrote:
You have the notes on the 321 fleet and the present configurations? 191 is the new config and is arriving on new builds but the originals are 192 and somewhere in between are a/c at 189.


Nope, I have no idea which a/c have the different seat configs.
 
audidudi
Posts: 1941
Joined: Fri Oct 26, 2007 4:35 pm

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Apr 27, 2019 3:11 pm

n515cr wrote:
DwayneStorkman wrote:
You have the notes on the 321 fleet and the present configurations? 191 is the new config and is arriving on new builds but the originals are 192 and somewhere in between are a/c at 189.


Nope, I have no idea which a/c have the different seat configs.

And it's not important! All will have the 191 seats config soon.
 
TropicalSky
Posts: 233
Joined: Fri May 05, 2017 1:37 pm

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Apr 27, 2019 4:17 pm

Any interior pics of the B777 with the total refurb package C+
 
777Mech
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Joined: Sun Sep 11, 2016 10:54 pm

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sat Apr 27, 2019 6:34 pm

audidudi wrote:
n515cr wrote:
DwayneStorkman wrote:
You have the notes on the 321 fleet and the present configurations? 191 is the new config and is arriving on new builds but the originals are 192 and somewhere in between are a/c at 189.


Nope, I have no idea which a/c have the different seat configs.

And it's not important! All will have the 191 seats config soon.


It's pretty pointless, to track, it takes less than a day to complete, and all it doing is giving more space to the FAs.
 
n515cr
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Joined: Wed Oct 03, 2007 1:49 am

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:44 pm

3924 showing a delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n924dz
 
PSU.DTW.SCE
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 28, 2019 3:18 pm

Without being able to easily search the archives, what was the reason for the change in the A321 configuration from 192->189->191.
From what I can tell is the only significant difference at the L3/R3 exit row 26?
 
audidudi
Posts: 1941
Joined: Fri Oct 26, 2007 4:35 pm

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 28, 2019 6:24 pm

I wish there could be a similar site as this for DL. It's very informative and professionally produced, especially considering that it's created and maintained by enthusiasts of United Airlines! I'm sure that there are viewers here who could come up with something similar, though it would undoubtedly involve a lot of time and research!

https://sites.google.com/site/unitedfleetsite/home
 
bugsbegone
Posts: 20
Joined: Tue Dec 15, 2015 1:03 pm

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 28, 2019 7:51 pm

PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:
Without being able to easily search the archives, what was the reason for the change in the A321 configuration from 192->189->191.
From what I can tell is the only significant difference at the L3/R3 exit row 26?


viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1411863&p=21067387&hilit=192#p21067387
 
tjerome
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Joined: Fri Sep 09, 2016 3:03 am

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 28, 2019 8:14 pm

n515cr wrote:
n515cr wrote:
971 was supposed to retire today. Hasn't flown since yesterday but haven't seen a ferry to SBD/BYH per usual.


Apparently, 971 is in for a check so it can cover for 977, which had a collision with a tug and is being written off.


I had a feeling that plane would be a write-off, thanks for the update.
 
777Mech
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Joined: Sun Sep 11, 2016 10:54 pm

Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 28, 2019 8:43 pm

tjerome wrote:
n515cr wrote:
n515cr wrote:
971 was supposed to retire today. Hasn't flown since yesterday but haven't seen a ferry to SBD/BYH per usual.


Apparently, 971 is in for a check so it can cover for 977, which had a collision with a tug and is being written off.


I had a feeling that plane would be a write-off, thanks for the update.


Yeah it was bad, even worse it was supposed to be one of the last ones to go.

I'm surprised DL is letting it sit out in the open on the TOC ramp with a giant hole in it and missing an engine.
 
Oliver2020
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Sun Apr 28, 2019 10:21 pm

PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:
Without being able to easily search the archives, what was the reason for the change in the A321 configuration from 192->189->191.
From what I can tell is the only significant difference at the L3/R3 exit row 26?



The first ones were delivered with 192 seats, then the last row of seats on the right side were removed to install additional space for the rear galley 189 seats, then they found room for the 2 additional seats 191 seats at door L3,R3.

The 189 seat count was announced at the time as the reduction of seat on the Md 90 (160-158 )and A320 (160-157 )to add the addition to the rear galleys.
Which I believe the article said they were removing seats to make working conditions better for the flight attendants.
 
n515cr
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 29, 2019 7:41 pm

n515cr wrote:
3924 showing a delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n924dz


3924 is now in the air.

3925 showing its delivery flight tomorrow: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n925dz
8108 was delivered last Friday: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n108dq
8112 was delivered on April 18: https://www.flightradar24.com/data/aircraft/n112du
 
United857
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Re: Delta Aircraft Refurbishment Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:06 pm

Oliver2020 wrote:
PSU.DTW.SCE wrote:
Without being able to easily search the archives, what was the reason for the change in the A321 configuration from 192->189->191.
From what I can tell is the only significant difference at the L3/R3 exit row 26?



The first ones were delivered with 192 seats, then the last row of seats on the right side were removed to install additional space for the rear galley 189 seats, then they found room for the 2 additional seats 191 seats at door L3,R3.

The 189 seat count was announced at the time as the reduction of seat on the Md 90 (160-158 )and A320 (160-157 )to add the addition to the rear galleys.
Which I believe the article said they were removing seats to make working conditions better for the flight attendants.


To add a little bit of detail on how this was done, the 192 version had the DEF seats in rows 26+ staggered half a row behind those rows in ABC. When they enlarged the rear galley for the 189 version, row 26 DEF was removed and the remaining DEF seats in rows 27+ were moved forward half a row to align with the ABC side. Then they realized they could mirror what they already had for 26BC next to the L3 door on the other side, so they are now installing 26DE next to the R3 door for the final 191 version.
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