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Topic: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: 3rdGen
Posted 2012-11-16 10:17:15 and read 1762 times.

Just wondering, which large(ish) airlines have no aircraft from one of the major two manufacturers, Airbus or Boeing?

The only ones that come to mind, and I'm not sure if I'm correct but:

American (Boeing only? No more A300s)
Iberia?

And low cost carriers don't count either, because almost all of them fly a single manufacturer.

[Edited 2012-11-16 10:46:55]

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: PlymSpotter
Posted 2012-11-16 10:26:38 and read 1794 times.

Quoting 3rdGen (Thread starter):
And low cost carriers don't count either, because almost all of them fly a single manufacturer.

That does seem slightly odd, considering it's single manufacturer fleets that you are asking for.

Others which come to mind:

TAP
Aer Lingus
Finnair
El Al
RAM
Icelandair

If you discount those also operating BAe, Bombardier or Embraer aircraft under the main brand, there are many more.


Dan  

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: Stitch
Posted 2012-11-16 10:31:34 and read 1782 times.

American currently doesn't have any Airbus planes, but that will be changing in the years ahead (doubly so if they merge with US Airways).

I don't know if you'd consider them "large", but Alaska Airlines only flies Boeing.

And I believe you would consider Southwest and Ryanair to be large and they're all-Boeing. As is easyjet (all Airbus).

[Edited 2012-11-16 10:32:20]

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: 3rdGen
Posted 2012-11-16 10:32:31 and read 1779 times.

No, what I am asking for is fleets with either: no boeing aircraft, or no airbus aircraft. i.e. American Airlines, which contains MDs and Boeings (although they have airbus on order). There are very few large airlines that lack either an Airbus or Boeing type.

Quoting Stitch (Reply 2):
And I believe you would consider Southwest and Ryanair to be large and they're all-Boeing. As is easyjet (all Airbus).

Ya its easy with the LCCs, because they usually only fly one type anyway, so its not hard. I was thinking more along the lines of a Legacy carrier with a number of different types for different missions, short/medium/long haul. American is the best example I can think of

[Edited 2012-11-16 10:34:34]

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: leftyboarder
Posted 2012-11-16 10:33:01 and read 1771 times.

I too was confused by the thread title; thought you were asking for airlines operating neither Airbus nor Boeing (in which case there aren't any, depending on your definition of "large airline"). Only one manufacturer out of the two; now that's a long list. PlymSpotter named quite a few.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: BoeingGuy
Posted 2012-11-16 10:34:16 and read 1771 times.

Alaska
Southwest
West Jet
ANA (I think they phased out their A321s already)
Ryanair

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: 3rdGen
Posted 2012-11-16 10:37:46 and read 1769 times.

Quoting leftyboarder (Reply 4):
I too was confused by the thread title; thought you were asking for airlines operating neither Airbus nor Boeing

Ya sorry for that, don't really know what else to call this thread.

EDIT: added the "either" in the title, maybe that will help.

[Edited 2012-11-16 10:48:02]

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: mogandoCI
Posted 2012-11-16 10:43:59 and read 1769 times.

isn't JAL all Boeing ? LH is nearly all Airbus

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have No A Or B Planes?
Username: n729pa
Posted 2012-11-16 10:44:17 and read 1768 times.

Japan Airlines....no Airbuses now
Swiss......no Boeings
Alaska.....no Airbuses
South African Airways.....no Boeings?
Transaero, Kenya Airways, LOT , Ethiopian .....no Airbuses
Cyprus Airways, Air Malta, MEA .....no Boeings

Interesting question....gets the brain going!

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: PHX787
Posted 2012-11-16 10:52:09 and read 1768 times.

Quoting n729pa (Reply 8):
Japan Airlines....no Airbuses now

NH is retiring their A320s soon, (or already have) so they'll too become an all-B airline.

JS flies neither Airbus or Boeing

  

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: Fuling
Posted 2012-11-16 10:53:03 and read 1769 times.

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 1):
Finnair

Has AY already phased out all their Boeing 757?

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 7):
LH is nearly all Airbus

LH still has quite a few B737 and B747-400 to get rid of first. However, LH have just recently started taking delivery of the new B747-8i, so I guess Boeing aircraft will remain in the LH fleet for a while yet.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: spottingpete93
Posted 2012-11-16 10:53:20 and read 1774 times.

The largest one i can think of that doesn't operate either Airbus or Boeing is Flybe - they operate Dash 8s and Embraers only and have a fleet of about 70 aircraft

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: PlymSpotter
Posted 2012-11-16 11:02:09 and read 1771 times.

Quoting 3rdGen (Reply 3):
There are very few large airlines that lack either an Airbus or Boeing type.

I'd venture a guess that there are more majors/flag carriers with such a fleet than major LCCs flying just one type.

AeroMexico
TACA
Belavia
LOT
Swiss
Olympic Air/Agean
UTAir (A321 on order)
Gulf Air (788 on order)
Air Mauritius
Yemenia
MEA
Ethiopian (350 on order)
Kenya Airways
Brussels Airlines (737s wfu)
Transaero
Air Malta
Cyprus Airways

For every carrier with a new manufacturer on order, I can think of another which is going to a one manufacturer fleet.


Dan  

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: PlymSpotter
Posted 2012-11-16 11:04:49 and read 1769 times.

Quoting Fuling (Reply 10):
Has AY already phased out all their Boeing 757?

Good point, was thinking they were operated by Air Finland, but they are no longer around.


Dan 

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: BoeingGuy
Posted 2012-11-16 11:04:54 and read 1769 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 7):
LH is nearly all Airbus


LH is the launch customer for the 747-8I, so "nearly" doesn't count.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 7):
isn't JAL all Boeing ?

Yep, if you count the MD-90s they inherited from JAS as Boeing.

Quoting n729pa (Reply 8):
South African Airways.....no Boeings?

They fly the 737-800.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: bjorn14
Posted 2012-11-16 11:07:19 and read 1768 times.

Widerøe neither A or B only Bombardier

Flybe neither A or B only Embraer & Bombardier

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: horstroad
Posted 2012-11-16 11:08:11 and read 1767 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 7):
LH is nearly all Airbus

LH has 221 Airbus and 70 Boeing. that´s 3.1 : 1, I wouldn´t call that 'nearly all airbus'

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: Fuling
Posted 2012-11-16 11:14:37 and read 1767 times.

Jetstar could be put in if we include LCC, however they have B787 on order.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: Caspian27
Posted 2012-11-16 11:15:31 and read 1769 times.

Probably not what you're thinking of, but regional airlines can be quite large and don't possess either Boeing or Airbus equipment. OO for example has over 320 airframes, all Bombardier or Embraer.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: flyingalex
Posted 2012-11-16 12:48:47 and read 1767 times.

COPA in Panama has a whole lot of Boeing 737NGs, a couple Embraers, but no Airbus aircraft.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: aloges
Posted 2012-11-16 13:03:39 and read 1767 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 7):
LH is nearly all Airbus

You must be joking! In addition to the 737s and 747s of LH mainline that have already been pointed out, their wholly owned subsidiaries operate one of the most varied fleets of western airliners that you can find. ATRs, Avros, Boeings, Bombardiers/Canadairs, Embraers, Fokkers, MDs... they have them all.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: mogandoCI
Posted 2012-11-16 13:19:33 and read 1767 times.

Quoting aloges (Reply 20):
You must be joking! In addition to the 737s and 747s of LH mainline that have already been pointed out, their wholly owned subsidiaries operate one of the most varied fleets of western airliners that you can find. ATRs, Avros, Boeings, Bombardiers/Canadairs, Embraers, Fokkers, MDs... they have them all.

Really ... you're counting cargo divisions now ?

LH mainline is ~75% Airbus so calling it "mostly Airbus" isn't too stretching it. LH+OS+LX probably increases the Airbus ratio even further.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: flyingalex
Posted 2012-11-16 13:31:19 and read 1767 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 21):
LH mainline is ~75% Airbus so calling it "mostly Airbus" isn't too stretching it.

I think the reason people are disagreeing so strongly is that the absolute numbers involved are so large.

On LH mainline, there about 220 Airbus aircraft vs. over 70 Boeing aircraft.

That does make LH a "mostly Airbus" airline, but it makes them irrelevant to this thread because - after all - they operate a sub-fleet of Boeings that is larger than most airlines' total fleet.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: aloges
Posted 2012-11-16 13:34:07 and read 1767 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 21):
Really ... you're counting cargo divisions now ?

Since LH Cargo is a wholly owned subsidiary, I counted it - that shouldn't be

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 21):
stretching it

too far for someone who considers a fleet with 25% Boeing aircraft in it to be

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 7):
nearly all Airbus



[Edited 2012-11-16 13:35:54]

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: mogandoCI
Posted 2012-11-16 13:47:36 and read 1767 times.

Quoting flyingalex (Reply 22):
That does make LH a "mostly Airbus" airline, but it makes them irrelevant to this thread because - after all - they operate a sub-fleet of Boeings that is larger than most airlines' total fleet.

Then at what point is "mostly" a suitable descriptor ? 90%? 95%?

UA mainline is "only" 78% Boeing, so I guess you can't call it "mostly Boeing" either.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: flyPBA
Posted 2012-11-16 13:57:50 and read 2154 times.

y'all are forgetting SkyWest/ExpressJet ...

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: PlymSpotter
Posted 2012-11-16 14:05:10 and read 2249 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 24):
Then at what point is "mostly" a suitable descriptor ? 90%? 95%?

Technically 50.000000001% and above  

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: UALWN
Posted 2012-11-16 14:25:15 and read 2353 times.

IB doesn't fly any Boeing. Neither do VY or U2.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: aloges
Posted 2012-11-16 15:22:26 and read 2338 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 24):
Then at what point is "mostly" a suitable descriptor ? 90%? 95%?

"Mostly" is far from the same as "nearly all", your use of which was the reason for my strong disagreement in the first place. I'll happily agree with "mostly".

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 26):
Technically 50.000000001% and above

Interesting, we do have a "smirk" smily.   

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: blueflyer
Posted 2012-11-16 15:34:03 and read 2315 times.

By my book, flybe is pretty large, certainly larger than some of the other airlines already mentioned, and it has no aircraft from Airbus and Boeing.

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 12):
Brussels Airlines (737s wfu)

All the 737s are out already?

Quoting aloges (Reply 23):
Since LH Cargo is a wholly owned subsidiary, I counted it

Perhaps, but Lufthansa Cargo has its own AOC, as does Singapore Airlines Cargo, so they probably deserve to be treated distinctly from their passenger brethren, and neither operates Airbus aircraft.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: American 767
Posted 2012-11-16 18:34:02 and read 2309 times.

Those who live in France probably remember Air Inter, it used to be a French domestic airline. They flew mostly French built planes (A300, A320, A330, Caravelle and Mercure) except the Fokker 27 and the Vickers Viscount, but the main point is they never flew any US built planes.

Malev has never flown any Airbus model, neither did El Al.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: anrec80
Posted 2012-11-16 18:44:25 and read 2271 times.

There is also Air Koryo - neither A nor B.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: HOONS90
Posted 2012-11-16 19:07:42 and read 2277 times.

All Airbus

Sri Lankan Airlines
Aegean Airlines
Sichuan Airlines
Afriqiyah
MEA
Cyprus Airways
Onur Air
Aircalin
Virgin America
Mandala
Tiger Airways
Spring Airlines
Volaris
Ural Airlines
IndiGo
Go Air
Air Arabia

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: KFlyer
Posted 2012-11-16 19:28:02 and read 2246 times.

Perhaps why not change the thread title to "Which large airlines have either only A or B planes". I feel that it is still a bit misleading.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: rotating14
Posted 2012-11-16 19:41:54 and read 2235 times.

What ever happened to the speculation of the widebody order from South African Airways?

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: American 767
Posted 2012-11-16 22:13:34 and read 2264 times.

Quoting blueflyer (Reply 29):
All the 737s are out already?

I think they have two left, one 300 and one 400. They'll be gone early next year. By then SN will be Boeing free.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: PlymSpotter
Posted 2012-11-17 05:03:42 and read 2082 times.

Quoting blueflyer (Reply 29):
All the 737s are out already?

I was under the impression that they are being used as 'hot spares' but are weeks from leaving altogether.

Quoting anrec80 (Reply 31):
There is also Air Koryo - neither A nor B.

Well they have Antonovs but no Berievs   


Dan  

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: liftsifter
Posted 2012-11-17 05:11:51 and read 2070 times.

Apart from the Ebrarer regionals, Royal Jordanian operates an entirely Airbus fleet, until the 787 begins arriving.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: metjetCEO
Posted 2012-11-17 05:27:04 and read 2064 times.

Azul is all ERJ, right

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-17 05:50:33 and read 2051 times.

Frontier is all Airbus.

Horizon Air has neither A or B.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: JumboJim747
Posted 2012-11-17 07:54:30 and read 1995 times.

Virgin blue doesnt operate airbus

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: rjm777ual
Posted 2012-11-17 08:53:25 and read 1972 times.

Finnair still has their fleet of 757's, and ANA still has A320's, so they're out of the question. South African has some 737's, I believe they are -800's. I don't believe that Gulf Air has any more 777's, so they're all Airbus, except for their Embraer jets. Lastly, airlines like Adria and Aegean airlines are based on an all A320 fleet.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: MattH
Posted 2012-11-17 09:39:28 and read 1949 times.

Westjet in Canada has a fleet of Boeing 737NGs.

As an aside, Jazz Air has a fairly large (relative to other CDN airlines) fleet of Bombardier aircraft. No Boeing or Airbus.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: American 767
Posted 2012-11-17 09:50:39 and read 1947 times.

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 1):
American currently doesn't have any Airbus planes, but that will be changing in the years ahead

This will change already in one year from now, even if AA doesn't merge with US or B6. The first A319 or A321 is expected end of 2013. American will have remained Airbus free only for four years, from 2009 to 2013.

Jet Blue flies the A320 and the ERJ (170 or 190 not sure which, I know it's one of the two) but no Boeing.

Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 39):
Horizon Air has neither A or B.

That's a regional subsidiary of Alaska.
Because if I follow your reasoning, then one could say American Eagle has neither A or B.

TWA has never flown any Airbus, however they did consider seriously the A330 for long hauls and the A318 for short hauls.

Delta wouldn't be flying any Airbus plane if they didn't merger with Northwest. The only Airbus they ever flew prior to the merger was the A310.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: brilondon
Posted 2012-11-17 09:58:47 and read 1938 times.

Quoting n729pa (Reply 8):
South African Airways.....no Boeings?

I thought that they had B737's.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: BoeingGuy
Posted 2012-11-17 10:08:51 and read 1935 times.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 43):
TWA has never flown any Airbus, however they did consider seriously the A330 for long hauls and the A318 for short hauls.

Didn't they have them on order?

Quoting brilondon (Reply 44):
Quoting n729pa (Reply 8):
South African Airways.....no Boeings?

I thought that they had B737's.

Yes, that's what I said in an earlier post - 737-800s.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 30):
Those who live in France probably remember Air Inter, it used to be a French domestic airline. They flew mostly French built planes (A300, A320, A330, Caravelle and Mercure) except the Fokker 27 and the Vickers Viscount, but the main point is they never flew any US built planes.

I think they merged with AF. Air Inter did look seriously at the 737-500, but went with Airbus instead. I remember when they were bidding for a fleet renewal and did come to Boeing.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: BoeingGuy
Posted 2012-11-17 10:09:11 and read 1931 times.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 43):
TWA has never flown any Airbus, however they did consider seriously the A330 for long hauls and the A318 for short hauls.

Didn't they have them on order? I think it was more than just considering.

Quoting brilondon (Reply 44):
Quoting n729pa (Reply 8):
South African Airways.....no Boeings?

I thought that they had B737's.

Yes, that's what I said in an earlier post - 737-800s.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 30):
Those who live in France probably remember Air Inter, it used to be a French domestic airline. They flew mostly French built planes (A300, A320, A330, Caravelle and Mercure) except the Fokker 27 and the Vickers Viscount, but the main point is they never flew any US built planes.

I think they merged with AF. Air Inter did look seriously at the 737-500, but went with Airbus instead. I remember when they were bidding for a fleet renewal and did come to Boeing.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: Viscount724
Posted 2012-11-17 12:49:25 and read 1935 times.

Quoting Stitch (Reply 2):
As is easyjet (all Airbus).

And originally all Boeing.

Quoting BoeingGuy (Reply 46):
Quoting American 767 (Reply 43):
TWA has never flown any Airbus, however they did consider seriously the A330 for long hauls and the A318 for short hauls.

Didn't they have them on order? I think it was more than just considering.

TWA ordered 20 A330s (with options on 20 more) in 1989, 3 years before the A330 had even flown.
http://www.nytimes.com/1989/03/28/bu...a-order-to-airbus-is-expected.html

In 1998 they ordered 50 A318s and 25 others from the A320 family (plus 50 717s).
http://articles.baltimoresun.com/199...iness/1998344136_1_a318-boeing-twa

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: B6JFKH81
Posted 2012-11-17 12:57:09 and read 1926 times.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 43):
Jet Blue flies the A320 and the ERJ (170 or 190 not sure which, I know it's one of the two) but no Boeing.

...and soon the A321 too. B6 flies the E190, but not the E170. They were actually the launch customer for the E190.  

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: rjm777ual
Posted 2012-11-17 14:25:19 and read 1907 times.

Quoting B6JFKH81 (Reply 48):
...and soon the A321 too

Neo!

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: B6JFKH81
Posted 2012-11-17 15:12:17 and read 1909 times.

Quoting rjm777ual (Reply 49):
Neo!

The A321's are not going to be NEOs, in fact they are going to start arriving in 2013. The NEOs (as of right now) are A320's and those aren't due to start rolling in until like 2016 I think.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: vhqpa
Posted 2012-11-17 15:27:38 and read 1906 times.

Quoting JumboJim747 (Reply 40):
Virgin blue doesnt operate airbus

Well Virgin Blue doesn't exist in that form anymore. However Virgin Australia operates the following (not counting Skywest's ATR72 operation)

- 18 Embraer 190
- 4 Boeing 737-700
- 68 Boeing 737-800
- 5 Airbus A330-200
- 5 Boeing 777-300ER

So they don't qualify as all Boeing but no Airbus operator.

[Edited 2012-11-17 16:06:10]

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: AirframeAS
Posted 2012-11-17 19:10:40 and read 1855 times.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 43):
Because if I follow your reasoning, then one could say American Eagle has neither A or B.

Which you would be correct.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 43):
That's a regional subsidiary of Alaska.

So? The QX pilots don't fly the 737 and the AS pilots don't fly the Q400 nor the CR7's. Horizon may be under the AAG but they are still Horizon Air, a separate company. So this counts.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: yeelep
Posted 2012-11-18 00:12:21 and read 1848 times.

Well, to be pedantic, QX doesn't fly the CR7 for AS anymore. That flying is now done by OO.
Skywest (OO) is also non A or B airline, that while operating as a regional is classified as a major airline.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: abrown532
Posted 2012-11-18 03:17:53 and read 1843 times.

Air Tahiti Nui is only A340!

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: scbriml
Posted 2012-11-18 03:42:38 and read 1843 times.

Quoting mogandoCI (Reply 21):
LH mainline is ~75% Airbus so calling it "mostly Airbus" isn't too stretching it.

Doesn't matter as it still doesn't apply in the context this thread.   

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: afterburner
Posted 2012-11-18 04:37:42 and read 1842 times.

AirAsia group of airlines only operates A320 and A330. Indonesia AirAsia used to operates several classic 737 though.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: TK1244
Posted 2012-11-18 07:24:35 and read 1839 times.

Not the largest airlines but to name a few:

All Boeing
Arkefly
Transavia
Pegasus Airlines
Turkmenistan Airlines
SunExpress
Anadolujet

All Airbus
Atlasjet
Onur Air
Cyprus Airways

Quoting PlymSpotter (Reply 36):
Quoting anrec80 (Reply 31):
There is also Air Koryo - neither A nor B.

Well they have Antonovs but no Berievs

lol

[Edited 2012-11-18 07:25:05]

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: Alasizon
Posted 2012-11-18 14:02:21 and read 1824 times.

Quoting leftyboarder (Reply 4):
you were asking for airlines operating neither Airbus nor Boeing (in which case there aren't any

That is not true, as some people have brought up, Skywest, although a regional, is still not operating either and operates a very large and vast fleet.

Quoting American 767 (Reply 43):
Quoting AirframeAS (Reply 39):
Horizon Air has neither A or B.

That's a regional subsidiary of Alaska

Actually, Horizon is its own company and up until recently flew under its own banner as a sister airline of AS.

Topic: RE: Which Large Airlines Have Either No A Or B Planes?
Username: fanofjets
Posted 2012-11-19 16:33:07 and read 1788 times.

There's Mesa Airlines, which flies a Canadair/Bombardier/De Havilland Canada fleet for a host of legacy carriers. Thus neither Airbus nor Boeing.


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