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LH MUC Longhaul Interior Versions

Sat Oct 08, 2005 7:04 pm

I was just thinking if a B747-400 in the 16F/99C/234Y layout could replace the current A343 to JFK and the BBJ to EWR.
But I don´t know which routes the different interior versions of the LH A343 are used on.
Somebody to help ?
Exceptions confirm the rule.
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RE: LH MUC Longhaul Interior Versions

Sat Oct 08, 2005 8:10 pm

This will not happen as 0 LH747-400's are based/stationed in MUC. I think LH closely thought about what aircrafts to use to EWR/MUC, and would never consider moving 747-400's over to MUC, when FRA is the airport with the biggest slot problems. Hope this helps.

Cheers, Konstantin G.
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RE: LH MUC Longhaul Interior Versions

Sun Oct 09, 2005 6:12 am

Why would they want to cut down their destinations served? If MUC-EWR and MUC-JFK are both doing fine, why combine the two? Additionally, this offers more options to business traveler (which they are catering to with the Privatair all-biz flights). EWR is more convenient than JFK for many biz travelers as well.


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