fuairliner
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Indonesian Airlines

Thu Mar 07, 2002 4:57 pm

Hi everybody,

currently being prepared for delivery to Indonesian Airlines is Boeing 737-330 D-ABXF at HAM:

http://justplanes.net/images/welcome717.jpg

This new airline from Indonesia will lease two Boeing 737 from Lufthansa:

737-330 D-ABXF
737-330 D-ABXH


Kind regards,

 Smile/happy/getting dizzy FUAirliner
(Frank Unterspann)
Frank Unterspann - Hamburg, Germany
 
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RE: Indonesian Airlines

Thu Mar 07, 2002 8:19 pm

Glad to hear it!!!
 
airmale
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RE: Indonesian Airlines

Thu Mar 07, 2002 8:42 pm

Aer777, are you answering every thread just for the heck of it?
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Flying-Tiger
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RE: Indonesian Airlines

Fri Mar 08, 2002 2:33 am

Last word is that they will get a total of four Lufthansa B737, not clear if only -300s or -500s, too. Mandala, can you tell us more?

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mandala499
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RE: Indonesian Airlines

Fri Mar 08, 2002 11:23 pm

FINALLY they have an aircraft... and up to 4. There has been a media blackout by Indonesian Airlines due to all their delays. This delivery is about 2 years late and after various upheavals in the board level and also they actually planned to go with 6 732s. Anyway, they will fly the plane for Jakarta-Surabaya shuttle service, directly attacking Garuda.
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fuairliner
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RE: Indonesian Airlines

Sat Mar 09, 2002 5:35 am

Latest update from HAM:

D-ABXH has arrived at HAM today. After final testing D-ABXF (will become PK-IAA) will leave HAM heading towards Indonesia on March 11th while D-ABXH (will become PK-IAB) is expected to follow on March 15th.

Hopefully these aircraft won't return soon!


Frank
Frank Unterspann - Hamburg, Germany