Pe@rson
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DUB-CRL: Op By DUB-based 737s But Which?

Sun Dec 19, 2004 5:35 am

I will be going to CRL for a part of the day on the 6th January from DUB. My outbound flight (FR042) and inbound flight (FR047), plus the flights on which I will not be travelling, are operated by DUB-based machines. Does anyone know whether they currently use the 732 on the route or the 738 or both?
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RE: DUB-CRL: Op By DUB-based 737s But Which?

Sun Dec 19, 2004 7:02 am

ahhh..why dont you wait and see??? It might make a nice surprise! Even if a 732 is assigned to that route, it could change at the last minute due to operational requirements so just wait and see.....
 
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RE: DUB-CRL: Op By DUB-based 737s But Which?

Sun Dec 19, 2004 8:58 pm

Nah, I'm a planner as far as possible! Can't be doing with surprises!  Laugh out loud I like to know where I stand and what to expect.
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Murtagh1108
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RE: DUB-CRL: Op By DUB-based 737s But Which?

Tue Dec 21, 2004 7:13 pm

Hi Pearson,

I travelled DUB <> CRL last weekend. I flew over on the early morning FR42 which was a 738. The flight home to Dublin on the FR49 was operated by a 732 (the Vodafone logojet incidentally).
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RE: DUB-CRL: Op By DUB-based 737s But Which?

Tue Dec 21, 2004 7:52 pm

Ok it was in september and things may have changed since, but I flew CRL-DUB-CRL on a 732 (EI-CNW for the both legs).


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RE: DUB-CRL: Op By DUB-based 737s But Which?

Tue Dec 21, 2004 11:35 pm

The route is now scheduled only with -800, however last minute equipment change could always happen.

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