|Quoting Ikramerica (Reply 3):|
734 is not a bad plane. Airlines are running 733/734/735 efficiently alongside 737NGs in their fleets. Their oldest 734 is only 13 years old and the majority of their 734/735s are between 11 and 13 years old, so putting off the order for a while isn't the end of the world.
|Quoting Lazybones (Reply 9):|
Aint that the truth, we're very quick to write-off old hardware on a.net. Just look at OzJet (www.ozjet.com.au). New service based on the steam driven 737-200.