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SASBraathens Fleet?

Wed Sep 29, 2004 6:46 am

SASBraathens is steadily becoming a more and more integrated company, and has recently unveiled their new livery. But still there are problems to overcome.
(mainly regarding the integration of the two different pilot groups.)
Not intending to make this thread a discussion about those matters though.

SASBraathens are planning to operate an all 737 fleet made up of a mix of the Braaathens 734,5,7 and Sk 737NG's.
Because they are introducing a new livery, I'll guess that they over the time will get a dedicated fleet, and not using the SK 737 randomly.

So does anybody know the reg# of the new SKBU fleet, and what dash's they will use from the SK 737 fleet?

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RE: SASBraathens Fleet?

Wed Sep 29, 2004 5:17 pm

SASBraathens, SAS Denmark and SAS Sweden will all get their dedicated aircraft fleet. The fleet for SAS Braathens will have a slightly other livery than the other SAS planes.
According to their web site the fleet will be 50 B737 (400-500-600-700-800). I've read somewhere that it could be a fleet of 52 B737.
The airline will have 440 departures daily.

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