OK guys, now I'm relying on someone's really advanced knowledge of the 737-200. As many aviation enthusiasts, I failed to write down the registration of the plane on my very first flight from Turin to Paris in October 1994 (I was eleven and I didn't even know that planes had a registration!). I just took some pictures that clearly show it was an Air France 737-200.
From later researches, I found out that AF operated two batches of 732s in 1994:
- B737-228Adv, F-GBY*, 114 seats WITH business class, delivered new to Air France.
- B737-2K5Adv, F-GFL*, 130 seats WITHOUT business class, former Hapag-Lloyd and Spantax.
I would be very happy to know which group "my" 732 belonged to, and here comes the need for a real 732 expert. Here's an horrendous picture of the cabin I took:
(It took just 10 years for me to reach A.net quality... )
There are some "advice" that may lead someone understand whether this plane had a business class or not:
1) What is it? Is it a light? Where is it usually located?
2) Looks like a galley
3) Looks like a support for a curtain (that separates the galley from the cabin?)
4) Is it someone's ear? A flight attendant maybe?
5) Overhead bins?
Is it enough to say whether it had a business class or not?