US airways flies the Boeing 767-200ER to Amsterdam Schiphol
In november 2003 around noon this US airways Boeing 767-200ER
was landed at Amsterdam Schiphol airport.
The Boeing 767-200ER was introduced with a greater range and the first twin jet to do a transatlantic crossing.
The airline has 10 of these aircraft in 2008.
The US airways Boeing 767-200ER can take up
to 204 passengers in a 2-class configuration (18/186). It's a wide body aircraft (with two aisles).
US airways long term replacement plan for these aircraft is the Airbus A350-800.
In 2008 US airways also has 9 Airbus A330-300 in it's fleet, with 15
Airbus A330-200 on order. There airplanes can seat 288 (29/259)
and 258 (20/238) passengers.
US airways has orderd 18 Airbus A350-800 aircraft and 4 Airbus A350-900
aircraft, seating 270 and 330 passengers in a 2-class configuration of
which 36 in the best class.