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Aloha 737-200 Etops

Sat Jul 31, 1999 12:21 am

I just read that Aloha Airlines plans to begin service to the Marshall Islands from Honolulu with a refueling stop in Johnston Island. The equipment is a "specially modified Boeing 737-200 advanced model aircraft." What is different about this jet from normal 737-200's? More fuel capacity? The story is in the Aviation News! section of this website.
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RE: Aloha 737-200 Etops

Sat Jul 31, 1999 12:28 am

It could be anything from less seats to extra fuel tanks.
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