FlagshipAZ
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Who Flies The 320th A320 & 737th 737NG?

Thu Apr 08, 2004 11:16 pm

Hi folks...
You saw the question. Anyone knows where the 320th A320 and the 737th 737NG is? And can anyone confirm if the 737th 737 Classic is still in the Far East currently in service? I believe it is/was a 737-2T5. All replies appreciated. Regards.
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Scorpio
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RE: Who Flies The 320th A320 & 737th 737NG?

Thu Apr 08, 2004 11:47 pm

The A320 with cn 320 is currently with Mexicana, as F-OHML, pictured below. It was delivered to the airline new on June 12, 1992.


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RE: Who Flies The 320th A320 & 737th 737NG?

Thu Apr 08, 2004 11:53 pm

Mexicana took delivery of the 320th 320 on 05/10/95 - F-OHML owned by AIFS

Can't seem to find the 737th 737.

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RE: Who Flies The 320th A320 & 737th 737NG?

Fri Apr 09, 2004 12:14 am

You are correct regarding the 737th 737 Classic--it is a 737-2T5, registered to Batavia Air (PK-YTF):

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Still looking for the 737th 737NG...
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RE: Who Flies The 320th A320 & 737th 737NG?

Fri Apr 09, 2004 12:37 am

737th 737NG was delivered to Southwest Airlines on December 21st, 2000, as N792SW, pictured below.


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RE: Who Flies The 320th A320 & 737th 737NG?

Fri Apr 09, 2004 12:51 am

Dang, you beat me to it.  Smile Yes, that's the one.
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RE: Who Flies The 320th A320 & 737th 737NG?

Mon Apr 12, 2004 9:27 am

Thanks for the responses, guys. So WN has the 737th 737NG..... I'd should've known on that one  Wink/being sarcastic I guess the Mexicana A320 was not XA-RJZ after all, which I thought it was but rather F-OMHL. Anyone ever noticed that when Mexicana originally painted the tail (on the A320), the scheme used to go down & around the bottom of the rear fuselage, but nowadays stops right at the top of the fuselage? Again many thanks, and regards.
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