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Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 3:53 am

Please could anybody tell me what routes Ryanair use their Boeing 737-200's and their Bae 146's on.

I am desperate to get on either before they are retired from FR's fleet. (Especially B737-200)


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If so please could you tell me what routes they are used on from the following airports:-

-London Gatwick (Obviously Dublin)
-London Luton
-London Standsted

Or is there a website that anybody knows that will tell me this information.

Thanks a lot.

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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 4:10 am

The 732s are generally based at DUB, so any flight to/from DUB operated by a DUB-based aircraft is a good chance for a 732. Although there are also some Excel 738s and Islandsflug 734s replacing the grounded 732s. Oh yes, and one EAL 732 is used as well, this one is apparently based at STN.
 
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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 4:36 am

I didn't realise FR used BAe 146-300s...

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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 4:43 am

I fly almost everymonth on a Ryanair BAe 146-300 STN-GRQ ( Groningen, North-East of the Netherlands. Coolest town in the country. as good nightlife as Amsterdam, but for very cheap 'student' prices. This one's always in Buzz colours btw. 80.000 students, many foreign, what else do you want??  Laugh out loud
 
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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 5:15 am

STN-Prestwick has always been a 732 whenever I've looked. Also STN-Blackpool is always a 146 (probably due to the runway length). DUB-LGW always used to be 732's but more 738's are appearing now.

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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 5:30 am

STN-SNN is a -200 I flew it yesterday and a lovely place Shannon is too.

LGW-DUB is all -800's now apart from the odd Islandsflug 734's which I also flew on yesterday (got diverted to LTN though Big grin)

As has been said try DUB to most places esp the minor UK routes, ABZ, CWL, BRS, MME, LPL etc all -200's im sure.

You can check baa.com's timetable for the 146 routes, it will tell you

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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 5:47 am


Some of the recent STN-BLK rotations have recently been performed by 737-200s. (Just in passing, yesterday saw some fun...the BLK-STN morning service ddn't leave BLK and didn't arrive STN).

and the BLK runway can't be that short....remember they get the "dinner dance" charters using 757s from Reykjavik.

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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 6:38 am

DUB to pretty much any UK regional airport will be a 732.

From my recent FR reservation:

"Please be advised that with effect from 1st May 2003 Ryanair flights between London-Stansted and Altenburg (Leipzig), Ancona, Bergerac, Blackpool, Brest, Carcassonne, City of Derry, Eindhoven, Groningen, Kerry, La Rochelle, Ostend, Pau, Poiters, Rodez, Tours, Montpellier and Newquay, and on occasion other routes or flights may be operated on Ryanair's behalf by the U.K. air carrier Buzz Stansted Limited under Ryanair's Airline Designator Code by way of sub-service."

These flights will be a BAe 146 or a 737-300 from Buzz.

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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 6:42 am

Does a 737-800 operate LTN-BGY?

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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 7:36 am

LTN-DUB is nearly always a 732

IIRC LTN-BGY is serviced by a BGY aircraft, which are all 800's
 
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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:15 am

In august, I flew from CRL to PIK (and back). Both flights were the same plane (Jaguar logojet 732 - EI-CJE). So maybe there are a lot of B732's on PIK-routes too?

At the same time when we left CRL, there was a flight to STN, also a B732 (Vodaphone logojet)
 
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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:33 am

NCL-DUB is served twice daily by 737-200
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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:40 am

STN - Aarhus, Denmark has the 737-200 or at least it did in November when I had a return flight.

This one on the flight to STN:


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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 8:09 pm

flew STN - PIK - STN 3 weeks ago, both legs on the 732 EI-CNT


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RE: Ryanair's B737-200's + Bae 146's

Fri Dec 12, 2003 9:02 pm

Break down of the routes on which the 143, 732 and the 733 operate from STN and LGW. I have intentionally excluded the routes on which the 738 operate, although they will be all the routes not stated below. The stated aircraft will operate all the flights for the time being - the vast majority until the summer 2004 seasons begins or further. It is, of course, quite possible that a change of aircraft might occur.

Routes operated by the 143:

STN-TUF (From STN-TUF: FR8868 (Mon. only). From TUF-STN: FR8869 (Mon. only).

Routes operated by the 732:

STN-BLK (From STN-BLK: FR2752. From BLK-STN: 2753.)
STN-BES (ALL services)
STN-CFE (ALL services)
STN-DUB (From STN-DUB: FR205; -209; -211; -283; and -287. From DUB-STN: FR202; -206; -212; -226; and -292.)
STN-FRL (From STN-FRL: FR198. From FRL-STN: FR199.)
STN-GOA (From STN-GOA: FR972 (except Sat.); -976. From GOA-STN: FR973 (except Sat.); -FR977).
STN-HAU (From STN-HAU: FR2254 (daily except Sun). From HAU-STN: FR2255 (daily except Sun).
STN-LRH (ALL services)
STN-LIG (ALL services)
STN-LDY (From STN-LDY: FR611 (except Sun). From LDY-STN: FR612 (except Sun).)
STN-PIS (ALL services)
STN-PIK (ALL services)
STN-RHE (ALL services)
STN-RDZ (ALL services)
STN-SNN (ALL services)
STN-TRN (From STN-TRN: FR464. From TRN-STN: FR465).
STN-VBS (ALL services)
LGW-DUB (From LGW-DUB: FR1123; -117; -119. From DUB-LGW: FR1122; -116; -118.)

Routes operated by the 733:

STN-AAR (ALL services)
STN-AOC (ALL services)
STN-AOI (ALL services)
STN-EGC (ALL services)
STN-DNR (sunday service only)
STN-BLK (From STN-BLK: FR2756. From BLK-STN: FR2757.)
STN-EIN (ALL services)
STN-EBJ (ALL services)
STN-GOA (From STN-GOA: FR972 - Sat. only. From GOA-STN: FR973 - Sat. only)
STN-GSE (From STN-GSE: FR964; -966 (except Sat. 17/1-25/9); -968. From GSE-STN: FR965; -967 (except Sat. 17/1-25/9); -969.)
STN-GRQ (ALL services)
STN-HAU (From STN-HAU: FR2254 (Sun. only). From HAU-STN: FR2255 (Sun only).)
STN-FKB (From STN-FKB: FR9772. From FKB-STN: FR9773.)
STN-KLU (ALL services)
STN-LDY (From STN-LDY: FR611 (Sun. only); -FR613. From LDY-STN: FR612 (Sun. only); -614).
STN-MST (ALL services)
STN-NQY (ALL services)
STN-OST (ALL services)
STN-PUF (ALL services)
STN-TRN (From STN-TRN: FR462 (except. Sun). From TRN-STN: FR463 (except Sun).)

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The 143 used to be scheduled to operate several flights within the UK (including LDY) and to mainland Europe. Clearly, however, this is now - and unfortunately - not the case. Still, you've got numerous 732- and 733-operated flights from which to choose. If you're keen to go on a 732, I'd recommend visiting DUB or PIK (from STN) in view of the many daily flights.
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