The TriStars in the pic are TF- registered, so I think these were ACMI jobs from Air Atlanta Icelandic, so you hardly can blame Peach Air for the conditions/ops of those planes. What I have been told/read, the 737s (G-....) were a mess. One was actualy the oldest 737 in europe at that time and it went tech regulary, while operating a high density flight plan to southern europe. It once suffered a de-compression in flight, which was heavily reported by the media, who got picky about the aircrafts' age. It wasn't too long after that, that Peach Air got buried.
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"I really don't know one plane from the other. To me they are just marginal costs with wings."Ã¯Â¿Â½ Alfred Kahn, 1977