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NYARTCCFAN
09-20-2005, 08:20 AM
Does anyone know what type of aircraft they will,be using for the EWR-FLL route. Tried booking flight to find out on their website and they dont show type aircraft. Have not got my OCT Skyguide as of yet. Will it be the Airbus or the E-190(have not flown a RJ yet)

NYARTCCFAN
09-20-2005, 08:20 AM
Does anyone know what type of aircraft they will,be using for the EWR-FLL route. Tried booking flight to find out on their website and they dont show type aircraft. Have not got my OCT Skyguide as of yet. Will it be the Airbus or the E-190(have not flown a RJ yet)

T-Bird76
09-20-2005, 08:51 AM
I'd say your chances are pretty good it will be an A320. JetBlue will only have one or tops two E190s in the fleet by then.

T-Bird76
09-20-2005, 08:51 AM
I'd say your chances are pretty good it will be an A320. JetBlue will only have one or tops two E190s in the fleet by then.

Alex T
09-20-2005, 01:13 PM
the E-190 is not considered a Regional Jet, it is considered for mainline use. It can be used for regional routes and such (like Chinese Airlines do with the 747) But it is considered a mainline. So if you fly on the E-190, it is not correct to say "I flew on a RJ"
Alex

Alex T
09-20-2005, 01:13 PM
the E-190 is not considered a Regional Jet, it is considered for mainline use. It can be used for regional routes and such (like Chinese Airlines do with the 747) But it is considered a mainline. So if you fly on the E-190, it is not correct to say "I flew on a RJ"
Alex

bluejuice
09-20-2005, 08:28 PM
It will definitly be the 320 as our 190s will not go into revenue svc till November. As far as the routes its still anyones quess but the 190's will be flying the upstate routes JFK to BUF,SYR,ROC,BTV and when it starts JFK-BOS. Also when they do start flying rumor has it that the flight designation will be a 4 numbers instead of 3 like we now have

bluejuice
09-20-2005, 08:28 PM
It will definitly be the 320 as our 190s will not go into revenue svc till November. As far as the routes its still anyones quess but the 190's will be flying the upstate routes JFK to BUF,SYR,ROC,BTV and when it starts JFK-BOS. Also when they do start flying rumor has it that the flight designation will be a 4 numbers instead of 3 like we now have

IslipWN
09-22-2005, 07:37 PM
the E-190 is not considered a Regional Jet, it is considered for mainline use. It can be used for regional routes and such (like Chinese Airlines do with the 747) But it is considered a mainline. So if you fly on the E-190, it is not correct to say "I flew on a RJ"
Alex


Why does it matter?

IslipWN
09-22-2005, 07:37 PM
the E-190 is not considered a Regional Jet, it is considered for mainline use. It can be used for regional routes and such (like Chinese Airlines do with the 747) But it is considered a mainline. So if you fly on the E-190, it is not correct to say "I flew on a RJ"
Alex


Why does it matter?

Tower Air
09-24-2005, 09:18 PM
the E-190 is not considered a Regional Jet, it is considered for mainline use. It can be used for regional routes and such (like Chinese Airlines do with the 747) But it is considered a mainline. So if you fly on the E-190, it is not correct to say "I flew on a RJ"
Alex


Why does it matter?

That's because they can opearate it any where like jfk to burbank If it was a regional jet it would operate dca to jfk

Tower Air
09-24-2005, 09:18 PM
the E-190 is not considered a Regional Jet, it is considered for mainline use. It can be used for regional routes and such (like Chinese Airlines do with the 747) But it is considered a mainline. So if you fly on the E-190, it is not correct to say "I flew on a RJ"
Alex


Why does it matter?

That's because they can opearate it any where like jfk to burbank If it was a regional jet it would operate dca to jfk

IslipWN
09-24-2005, 10:19 PM
DCA to JFK is flown with 737's and A320's. Does that mean that they are regional jets? And I don't think that E-190's can operate JFK-BUR-JFK.

IslipWN
09-24-2005, 10:19 PM
DCA to JFK is flown with 737's and A320's. Does that mean that they are regional jets? And I don't think that E-190's can operate JFK-BUR-JFK.

T-Bird76
09-25-2005, 08:00 PM
The E-190 isn't considered a regional jet by Embraer. Its considered a 100 seat jetliner for markets both regional and longer range that don't warrant a 140 seat aircraft. You may see an E-190 for example on a JFK-BUF route which is regional and at the same time also be serving a longer range route like JFK-MCI for example, MCI to JFK probably doesn't warrant a 140 seat aircraft but may have the demand for a 100 seat plane.

T-Bird76
09-25-2005, 08:00 PM
The E-190 isn't considered a regional jet by Embraer. Its considered a 100 seat jetliner for markets both regional and longer range that don't warrant a 140 seat aircraft. You may see an E-190 for example on a JFK-BUF route which is regional and at the same time also be serving a longer range route like JFK-MCI for example, MCI to JFK probably doesn't warrant a 140 seat aircraft but may have the demand for a 100 seat plane.

jetBlueAtJFK
09-25-2005, 09:25 PM
As far as the routes its still anyones quess but the 190's will be flying the upstate routes JFK to BUF,SYR,ROC,BTV and when it starts JFK-BOS.
Well the only thing is JFK-Upstate and BTV often fill up an A320. It happens altot. So by adding a 190 on the route, that would mean they will need to add more flights to cover the normal amount but JFK is pretty full so adding more flights would be bad. Plus the biggest rumor is that they will be based out of FLL, and it has even been said in articles.

jetBlueAtJFK

jetBlueAtJFK
09-25-2005, 09:25 PM
As far as the routes its still anyones quess but the 190's will be flying the upstate routes JFK to BUF,SYR,ROC,BTV and when it starts JFK-BOS.
Well the only thing is JFK-Upstate and BTV often fill up an A320. It happens altot. So by adding a 190 on the route, that would mean they will need to add more flights to cover the normal amount but JFK is pretty full so adding more flights would be bad. Plus the biggest rumor is that they will be based out of FLL, and it has even been said in articles.

jetBlueAtJFK

STT757
09-26-2005, 08:40 PM
They still have not set up the Jetblue counters at EWR although it's definetly going to be the ex HP ex TWA counters. Also of note Air Canada and ATA have moved from A-2 to A-1 which they will share with UAL.

CO (Atlanta, DCA, IAD, ORD, MDW, DFW) and Jetblue will have A-2 to themselves, CO will have 6 gates and B6 2.

STT757
09-26-2005, 08:40 PM
They still have not set up the Jetblue counters at EWR although it's definetly going to be the ex HP ex TWA counters. Also of note Air Canada and ATA have moved from A-2 to A-1 which they will share with UAL.

CO (Atlanta, DCA, IAD, ORD, MDW, DFW) and Jetblue will have A-2 to themselves, CO will have 6 gates and B6 2.