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What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Wed May 15, 2002 9:57 am

What are all of the routes flown by SAS 737-600s? What is the frequency (if you know)? If it is more than one flight a day on a specific day or every day, does the 737-600 fly every one of those flights, or does it only fly some? If it does not fly all of them, what aircraft flies the other ones? Thank you very much!
 
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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Wed May 15, 2002 10:54 am

Well, I think that you should really look for youself Instead of asking us to do all that for you... http://www.scandinavian.net/


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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 6:52 am

The 736 at SAS is used all over on domestic routes in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, and for inter-Scandinavian and short European routes.

They are just one size of plane in the SAS fleet - used when the size fits. It may be on a lone daily route or one or more frequencies on routes with 20 daily departures.

When the 736 is too small, then they have -700, -800 MD-80/-90, and A321 - roughly a hundred such planes in total.

When they are too big, then Dash-8, F-50 or SAAB 2000 takes over. Or the flight is handed over to a partner, for instance Cimber Air and their ATR-42/-72.
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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 7:09 am

SAS has Saab 2000's??

 
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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 7:23 am

SAS has SAAB 2000?

Here is one less fortunate example http://www.airliners.net/open.file/050163/M/

But Staffan, I'm in fact not sure they have them any longer, I think the plan was to get rid of them when the Dash-8 order was fulfilled. But at least I saw one not too many months ago.
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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 7:30 am

Staffan, you are right, the last SAS SAAB 2000 flight was 24th March last year. They are all gone by now.
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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 7:35 am

Haha, great picture! Wonder who got sacked for that..

Do you know how many they had and for how long? Guess there weren't that many of them..

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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 7:50 am

No, don't know exactly how many they had, but they were not many - I think that they were all on a rather short term leasing contract. They may have had half a dozen or so, maybe a little more. They were mostly used on thin domestic routes in Sweden.

About the hangar ramming incident, I don't remember much details, but there were no pax on board, and as far as I know nobody got injured.

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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 7:57 am

I guess SAS had 6-8 Saab 2000. Could be wrong, but thats my guess.

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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 8:19 am

Well i've seen SAS 737-600's at LHR, so they definitely send them here.

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RE: What Are All Of The SAS 737-600 Routes?

Thu May 16, 2002 8:41 am

Hey you guys, you must learn to spell SAAB correctly - it has to be capital letters, Saab is wrong. Just like nobody would write Ibm, Gm, Vw or Ge for IBM, GM, VW or GE.

SAAB is the abbreviation of Svenska Aeroplan Aktie Bolaget which is plain Swedish language meaning Swedish Aircraft Company Ltd.

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