USAir767
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See If You Can Get This?

Sat Jan 08, 2000 3:39 am

What was the first airline to bring in the 767 in Central Europe?. I will post the answer at 6p.m Pacific time.
 
JZ
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RE: See If You Can Get This?

Sat Jan 08, 2000 3:50 am

I think the answer is LOT, Malev or Lauda depending on your definition of Central Europe.
 
Jetstream 61
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RE: See If You Can Get This?

Sat Jan 08, 2000 4:38 am

i believe it was Lauda, but as JZ already said, it depends on the definition of Central Europe.
 
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RE: See If You Can Get This?

Sat Jan 08, 2000 4:41 am

West-Europe: BA
Central Europe (means form countries in the East block): LOT

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USAir767
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RE: See If You Can Get This?

Sat Jan 08, 2000 7:30 am

Who was Second?
 
USAir767
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You Need To Study More

Sat Jan 08, 2000 8:46 am

Mn nobody can get this just three people come at least guess.
 
flumuc
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RE: See If You Can Get This?

Sat Jan 08, 2000 8:50 am

maybe LTU or CONDOR?
 
Ratzz
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RE: See If You Can Get This?

Sat Jan 08, 2000 9:00 am

Uhhh....I dunno,depends on what you mean with central Europe....in them northern parts(Scandinavia)Braathens
S.A.F.E got their two 767-200´s way back in 1984.
They had them for two years and I remeber when the first few "glitches"appeared and the manual was consulted....nothin´but empty pages since the 767 was a brand new a/c back then and the maintenance manuals lacked huge parts of info submitted either by Boeing themselves or other 767 operators.
Peak through one today,and you´ll find that one manual isn´t enough......
Either way,Braathens returned one of the 767´s 1986 and leased the other one to a south american airline(don´t remeber wich).
My dad used to run the technical dept.for Braathens at ARN back in 1980´s&early 90´s before they withdrew all
maintenance outside Norway due to financial strains...
The fact that they returned later with the purchase of Transwede(ex.domestic&charter airline),only to almost cancel all ops.last year from Sweden,has little or nothin´to do with the question asked....just sharing some info... 
 
Ratzz
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RE:my Last Post

Tue Jan 11, 2000 9:53 am

Wow....no reaction whatsoever.....does this mean I´m the winner????...
Well,seriously speakin´guy´s n´gal´s:My bet is on Braathens S.A.F.E.....
Anyone else disagree with my statement that they were first in Europe to use the 767´s??If so...convince me...
 
 
Scanair
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RE: RE:my Last Post

Wed Jan 12, 2000 1:36 am

The first airline in Central europe to get the B767-200
was Britannia.
As you know they were also the first with the B737-200.