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Transavia B732

Sat Nov 17, 2001 11:37 pm

Is it true transavia gets a B732???

look at the adress---


That would be pretty strange to me....

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RE: Transavia B732

Sun Nov 18, 2001 1:12 am

Nope. Transavia used to have them in the past, but not now.

The aircraft in the back is a 757-200 from Transavia. It is most likely an older one there for maintenance (either that or it is an old picture), as Transavia has no plans to get more 757s (in fact, there are rumours they are planning to sell them all).
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