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Member since 28 Feb 2014
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Out of curiosity, with Jetstar beginning their Brisbane - Honolulu flights with an A330-200, Could they put a 787 on a rotation of Brisbane - Bali - Brisbane - Honolulu - Brisbane... etc? What are your thoughts?
Member since 12 Apr 2013
Total posts 872
Unlikely - they usually use the same plane to and from, so as far as my observation goes their planes tided to routes. Though I am happy to be proven wrong.
Member since 23 Oct 2013
Total posts 768
I agree with you tided to routes theory but it will be interesting which A330 they put on the route
Some of they a330's were unchanged when they were handed down form Qantas and still have the old IFE, Seats etc
Others have a Jetstar fitout and they will be the last to go once the dreamliner takes over fully on 787 Long Haul routes
I think all of the A330's with the IFE and Qantas seats are now gone
Member since 27 May 2011
Total posts 2
The HNL route requires 3 pilots, it is a requirement that the 3rd (or relief captain) has a minimum of 500 hours on the aircraft type, still being a fairly new type to Jetstar they are yet to build up a pool of 1st officers large enough to operate the HNL route, which is why 330's still fly the route
Member since 29 Apr 2011
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The B787's Are currently fully used on existing flights. The next 787 is due early next year in which you may see the route upgraded.
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Out of curiosity, with Jetstar beginning their Brisbane - Honolulu flights with an A330-200, Could they put a 787 on a rotation of Brisbane - Bali - Brisbane - Honolulu - Brisbane.
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