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Airlines Flying The 737-600

Sat Apr 01, 2000 8:20 pm

As you probaly know, SAS was the launch customer for the 737-600. But does anybody know of other airlines flying the 600?

Please let me know

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Craig
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RE: Airlines Flying The 737-600

Sat Apr 01, 2000 9:01 pm

Hi,

Tunisair also flies the 737-600.

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RE: Airlines Flying The 737-600

Sat Apr 01, 2000 9:05 pm

Take a look on this site: http://surf.to/orders

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RE: Airlines Flying The 737-600

Sat Apr 01, 2000 11:28 pm

Hi,
Lauda Air flies the 737-600

 
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RE: Airlines Flying The 737-600

Sun Apr 02, 2000 12:48 am

American doesn't have any 737-600 on firm order yet but they do have a lot of those on option. They have on option close to 400 NG737's including 600's and 700's. The 737-600`s and 700`s will start replacing the Super 80's soon, five years from now at the latest.
If they convert at least half of their options to firm orders, American will be the largest operator of the 737-600 in the world.

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RE: Airlines Flying The 737-600

Sun Apr 02, 2000 2:59 am

The following airlines have ordered the -600

Air Algerie
Lauda Air
SAS
Tunisair

Also, ILFC, GECAS, and Pembroke have ordered them for leasing, not sure if they are placed yet.

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RE: Airlines Flying The 737-600

Sun Apr 02, 2000 6:23 am

Delta has options on them. They are probably (I'm about 96% sure) going to convert the 736 options to orders for Delta Express.

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RE: Airlines Flying The 737-600

Mon Apr 03, 2000 4:04 am

The 737-600 is not having as many orders as Boeing hoped. Most airlines are choosing the Airbus A318 instead.

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