Yep, UA flies 757s overseas, it's usually the very thin routes, some of them are very marginal. If the weather is bad, they may have to reduce cargo, sometimes they even come down for a fuel stop. My impression is that UA's international config 757s are fine for long haul with flat bed seats up front. The domestic config ones only has the recliners up front. Sometimes you may be lucky and get an international config one (to be repositioned) on a domestic flight. EWR - OSL/ARN is usually operated with a 757-200, it also was back when it was CO.You flew a 757 internationally? Damn, I didn't think they were really suited for that. I've usually only flown in those when I fly ORD-SFO or south to LAX and San Diego. They look like cigarettes with tiny wings.
Eversince the terrorist attacks on the stade de france France is offically suspended from the Schengen Agreement. I learned that the hard way having only a 50min layover coming from DUS and getting to CVG... Almost missed the flight, because the staff at CDG was not very helpful...Immigration at CDG was terrible - I'm flying in from Schengen, wtf?