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Not as much as they used to do. We used to refer to the 744 fleet as being Kangaroo Config or Pacific Config, with the Pacific config having the enlarged business class cabin. This change a little with the Skybed installation, but is somewhat reverting to the old days again.
The 744-ERs and the 64J config 744s are generally used on the Pacific routes, but it is not at all unusual to see the 64J config 3-class 744s operating the Kangaroo run.
Obviously the 2-class fleet are used on the 2-class routes like QF5/6, QF25/26, QF176/176 etc.
Its only the 744 aircraft that could be considered to have sub-fleets.
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And the only aircraft that has operated the mission twice in the last 3 weeks is VH-OGQ. I do not see any evidence to indicate there is a sub-fleet of QF's International Config 767-338 aircraft that are that are dedicated to the SYD-CGK-SYD route. Please share any evidence you may have that indicates otherwise.