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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2013 7:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/logistics/air-indias-boeing-777-aircraft-will-now-serve-etihads-needs/article5231727.ece?ref=wl_industry-and-economy

Hours before the first Boeing 777-200 LR aircraft left Seattle to undertake a 14-hour non-stop flight to Delhi, Thulasidas told the media that the airline had decided to mount additional fuel tanks on the last two Boeing 777-200 LR aircraft, helping them to fly non-stop between Bangalore and San Francisco carrying 238 passengers in first, business and economy classes.


http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/singapore-air-show/2008-02-11/air-india-extends-its-reach-worlds-longest-range-jet

On February 8, Air India placed its fourth 777-200LR on a new direct route between Delhi and New York JFK Airport, and expected the imminent arrival of airplane No. 5 as we approached the start of this year’s Singapore show.
The world’s first 777-200LR fitted with an auxiliary fuel tank, Air India’s latest piece of long-range equipment carries 238 passengers–eight in first class, 35 in business class and 195 in economy–on the 6,350-nm route to New York.




Which (two ?) aircraft have this option?
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http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/logistics/air-indias-boeing-777-aircraft-will-now-serve-etihads-needs/article5231727.ece?ref=wl_industry-and-economy

Hours before the first Boeing 777-200 LR aircraft left Seattle to undertake a 14-hour non-stop flight to Delhi, Thulasidas told the media that the airline had decided to mount additional fuel tanks on the last two Boeing 777-200 LR aircraft, helping them to fly non-stop between Bangalore and San Francisco carrying 238 passengers in first, business and economy classes.


http://www.ainonline.com/aviation-news/singapore-air-show/2008-02-11/air-india-extends-its-reach-worlds-longest-range-jet

On February 8, Air India placed its fourth 777-200LR on a new direct route between Delhi and New York JFK Airport, and expected the imminent arrival of airplane No. 5 as we approached the start of this year’s Singapore show.
The world’s first 777-200LR fitted with an auxiliary fuel tank, Air India’s latest piece of long-range equipment carries 238 passengers–eight in first class, 35 in business class and 195 in economy–on the 6,350-nm route to New York.




Which (two ?) aircraft have this option?


as far as I know, ALE/ALF/ALG/ALH have these.
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2013 3:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Rishul is right

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 14, 2013 4:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

me111993 wrote:
as far as I know, ALE/ALF/ALG/ALH have these.

Karan69 wrote:
Rishul is right

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So this would increase the fuel capacity of these 4, correct ? The Air India specs on their LRs show all 8 aircraft with identical fuel capacity.

http://mmd.airindia.co.in/aimmd/tender/Annexure-II%20B777-200%20LR%20SPECS%20%20-Sept%202011.pdf
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The board of Air India today approved the sale of five Boeing 777-200 LRs to Abu Dhabi-based Etihad Airways. According to top sources, the deal has been concluded for around $350 million (approx Rs 2,100 crore).

A senior government official said, “The delivery of the aircraft to Etihad Airways is scheduled to commence from January 2014. A note would now be prepared and sent to the Cabinet for approval.”


http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/air-india-sells-five-boeing-777-200-lrs-to-etihad-for-350-million-113101500971_1.html
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 16, 2013 12:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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A senior government official said, “The delivery of the aircraft to Etihad Airways is scheduled to commence from January 2014. A note would now be prepared and sent to the Cabinet for approval.”



where all it will take is an 'objection' by one of the blockhead MPs to delay the plan forever. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 16, 2013 1:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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A senior government official said, “The delivery of the aircraft to Etihad Airways is scheduled to commence from January 2014. A note would now be prepared and sent to the Cabinet for approval.”



where all it will take is an 'objection' by one of the blockhead MPs to delay the plan forever. Rolling Eyes

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 1:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The LRs are

VT-ALA, VH-ALB, VT-ALC, VT-ALF and VT-ALG ,

Which means AI will be left with D and E, and ofcourse by default H


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2013 8:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-dna-special-etihad-airways-promises-red-carpet-welcome-to-air-india-pilots-with-double-salaries-and-perks-1929155

Etihad Airways promises red carpet welcome to Air India pilots with double salaries and perks

Wednesday, Dec 4, 2013

Air India Boeing 777 pilots are most happy with the Jet-Etihad deal. For, they are suddenly in demand.

Last week, Etihad Airways emailed Air India pilots individually, promising them a red-carpet welcome with tempting salaries and compensations that are hard to refuse. AI pilots who have been complaining of salary cuts for the past year or so are more than glad to accept the offer.

“Etihad Airways invited us through personalised emails. The vacancies are for Indian pilot licence holders with experience of flying Boeing 777 aircraft,” a senior AI pilot said.

Only Air India and Jet Airways so far operate Boeing 777 aircraft in the country. At least 10 AI pilots have confirmed that they would join the Etihad Airways. They will be based in Abu Dhabi.

Etihad airways needs 50-70 pilots for ultra-long haul flights, specially to the US, Canada and other places as it will be adding over seven Boeing 777 aircraft by April next year.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2013 1:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

^^ Good for the pilots - those that are interested should quickly grab the offer and move over to EY. AI will manage I'm sure!
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 07, 2013 5:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/ai-firms-up-deal-to-sell-5-boeing-777-to-etihad-113120700460_1.html

AI firms up deal to sell 5 Boeing 777 to Etihad

December 7, 2013

Air India has finalised a deal to sell its five wide-body Boeing 777 aircraft to Etihad Airways by signing an agreement with the Abu Dhabi-based carrier, airline sources said today.

Top Air India officials signed a formalising agreement with their Etihad counterparts in Abu Dhabi earlier this week, they said, adding that the deal would be implemented after the Indian government's approval, which is expected soon.

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 24, 2013 11:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.ptinews.com/news/4263147_Govt-to-decide-soon-sale-of-Boeing-777-to-Etihad-nbsp--.html

Govt to decide soon sale of Boeing 777 to Etihad

Dec 24

The sale of five long-haul Boeing 777 aircraft of Air India to Etihad Airways is likely to come up before the Union Cabinet for approval soon, official sources said today.

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AI may also get rid of all of its eight Boeing 777-200 (long range) fuel guzzlers. While five of them are being sold to Etihad, AI is going to deploy Dreamliners on the routes the other three fly to by February. "Once we do that, then we have no use for the B-777 200 LRs. To have an ultra luxury product, AI chose to have only 238 seats in the aircraft while globally airlines have over 300 seats on this aircraft. So the economics per seat never worked out. We may either have more seats on them or sell them off," said an official.


http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/AIs-realty-sale-set-to-miss-target/articleshow/27934051.cms
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http://www.thehindu.com/business/Industry/air-india-gets-cabinets-nod-for-sale-of-5-boeing-777-to-etihad/article5504122.ece

Air India gets Cabinet’s nod for sale of 5 Boeing 777 to Etihad

December 26, 2013

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) on Thursday approved the proposal by the Civil Aviation Ministry to allow Air India to go ahead with the sale of its five long-haul Boeing 777 aircrafts to Etihad Airways.

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 26, 2013 10:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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AI may also get rid of all of its eight Boeing 777-200 (long range) fuel guzzlers. While five of them are being sold to Etihad, AI is going to deploy Dreamliners on the routes the other three fly to by February.




They should reconfigure them for VIP use and hand them to the IAF. The 744s can be retired.

It will also end the silly practice of leasing AI aircraft whenever the President or the PM go on foreign visits.
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http://www.business-standard.com/article/companies/air-india-to-complete-sale-and-lease-back-of-787s-by-march-114011300780_1.html

(Air India) also it plans to sell three remaining fuel guzzling Boeing 777-200LRs.
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http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/news/news-by-industry/transportation/airlines-/-aviation/air-india-to-sell-3-of-its-costly-boeings-to-pare-debt/articleshow/28768242.cms

Air India to sell 3 of its ‘costly’ Boeings to pare debt

14 Jan, 2014

Air India plans to sell three more of its Boeing 777-200 Long Range planes as it has found the planes too costly to suit its plan to turnaround to profitability, its finance chief said on Monday. "We tried different configurations for the planes, but saw nothing is working out. So we are planning to sell those too," S Venkat told ET.

Venkat said the remaining three are of more recent origin and the airline aims to earn more from the sale of those.

"The total we earn from the sale of eight planes should be enough to retire debt on them," he said without elaborating.

State-owned Air India is likely to float tenders for sale of these planes by the end of February, he added. "When we bought the (777) planes, we had made certain projections as to their fuel burn, maintenance cost and the kind of load factors we would get. That hasn't worked out," he said, explaining why the airline has decided to sell the planes. He added without elaborating that like the last five, Air India has found ample demand among foreign carriers for these planes as well.

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 6:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The first Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALA, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRA.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 05, 2014 12:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The first Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALA, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRA.


Good progress selling the birds!
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 08, 2014 8:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The first Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALA, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRA.


The former VT-ALA will be ferried from AUH to AMS today, where she will be repainted in her new colors.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2014 4:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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The first Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALA, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRA.


The second Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALC, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRC.

Etihad seems to be maintaining commonality of the last alphabet of the previous registration.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2014 6:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

[quote="747-237"]
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Etihad seems to be maintaining commonality of the last alphabet of the previous registration.
...and the plane type, as the first two (LR*). Interesting! AI has had this only with the CR7 `masked bandits' (RJB, RJD, RJD, RJE) and perhaps...the AT4s as well (AB*).
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747-237 wrote:
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Etihad seems to be maintaining commonality of the last alphabet of the previous registration.
...and the plane type, as the first two (LR*). Interesting! AI has had this only with the CR7 `masked bandits' (RJB, RJD, RJD, RJE) and perhaps...the AT4s as well (AB*).
Cheers, Sumantra.

Also, do take note that EY's counterparts in Qatar (QR, i.e.,) have registered their Boeing aircraft as A7-B** and Airbus A7-A**. This was noted by Dad back in 2008.
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Also, do take note that EY's counterparts in Qatar (QR, i.e.,) have registered their Boeing aircraft as A7-B** and Airbus A7-A**. This was noted by Dad back in 2008.
Sir, I wish I knew as much, or were as observant as the Basu family!
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Also, dojavascript:emoticon('Smile') take note that EY's counterparts in Qatar (QR, i.e.,) have registered their Boeing aircraft as A7-B** and Airbus A7-A**. This was noted by Dad back in 2008.


and the airplanes in the QR livery which don't follow that rule are the Amir's private rides Smile
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Any intel on which routes Etihad is going to use them on?
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Any intel on which routes Etihad is going to use them on?


AUH-LAX
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Any intel on which routes Etihad is going to use them on?


AUH-LAX


And AUH-DFW
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..... title of the planes to be transferred by April, official sources said on Sunday.


http://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/etihad-helps-air-india-with-aircraft-purchase-1.1291829
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The second Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALC, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRC.


The former VT-ALC has also been ferried to AMS for repaint into Etihad livery.
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The first Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALA, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRA.


The former VT-ALA will be ferried from AUH to AMS today, where she will be repainted in her new colors.



The last picture of VT-ALA in her Air India colors, as she arrives at AMS sans titles, as A6-LRA for repaint. The only Air India 777-200LR to wear two liveries (current, and the "stillborn" colors), she has now been painted in full Etihad livery and will be back in AUH soon.







747-237 wrote:
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The second Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALC, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRC.


The former VT-ALC has also been ferried to AMS for repaint into Etihad livery.



And the last picture of VT-ALC in her Air India colors, as she arrives at AMS sans titles, as A6-LRC for repaint. The first 777-200LR to be delivered to Air India.





Once together, in my 1:500 scale section - now a part of Air India history !


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...she has now been painted in full Etihad livery and will be back in AUH soon.


The former VT-ALA, now A6-LRA, in her new colors at AMS, before flying back to AUH as the first 777-200LR for Etihad.


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A6-LRA departs AMS for AUH.


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What happens to the four 77L AI has retained?
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What happens to the four 77L AI has retained?


Three, not four .... VT-ALF, VT-ALG, VT-ALH. Air India intends to sell them as well.
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EY will deploy the former AI 772LRs on AUH-FRA from Oct '14 and temporarily on AUH-CDG in Sept '14.
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747-237 wrote:
The second Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALC, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRC.


The former VT-ALC has also been ferried to AMS for repaint into Etihad livery.


A6-LRC, the former VT-ALC, will carry special "Abu Dhabi to the World" titles for EY.
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747-237 wrote:
747-237 wrote:
747-237 wrote:
The second Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALC, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRC.


The former VT-ALC has also been ferried to AMS for repaint into Etihad livery.


A6-LRC, the former VT-ALC, will carry special "Abu Dhabi to the World" titles for EY.


As in, a new livery?

Because, EY, has those titles on all aircraft!
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abhijith16 wrote:
747-237 wrote:
747-237 wrote:
747-237 wrote:
The second Air India 777-200LR, VT-ALC, has been delivered to Etihad as A6-LRC.


The former VT-ALC has also been ferried to AMS for repaint into Etihad livery.


A6-LRC, the former VT-ALC, will carry special "Abu Dhabi to the World" titles for EY.


As in, a new livery?

Because, EY, has those titles on all aircraft!


Apparently different titles is what I am told, but not the new livery that will be coming later in the year.
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A6-LRC, the former VT-ALC, will carry special "Abu Dhabi to the World" titles for EY.

Wait isn't that Jet's new motto?
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