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The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:08 am

what are the airlines that fly the 737NG in Europe?
I have just noticed that the 737NG is not at all popular in the European National carriers compared to the 737 classics.
Only,Ryanair, SAS, Maersk, Easyjet,Air berlin, Happag Llyod come to my mind.

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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:14 am

Ryan Air is the most obvious one that comes to mind. But you're right, the majority of national carriers in Europe flocked to their hometown player.
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:16 am

Plenty fly it, particularly charter operators and LCCs. SAS have a few -600s IIRC, but very few other flag carriers have the NG's. TK also operate NG's.
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:21 am

Don't forget KLM, they've got 800s and 900s, and are rumored to place an order for more.

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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:23 am

Well, let's see, I don't know if you're asking for 737NGs in Europe or specifically in European legacy carriers, but this might help you:


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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:24 am

Here are a few...

KLM - 738, 739
EasyJet - 73G
SkyEurope - On Order
Sterling - 73G, 738
Snowflake - 736
Air Berlin - 73G, 738
SAS - 736, 738
Transavia - 73G, 738
Hamburg International - 73G
Malev - 736
Braathens - 73G
FlyGlobespan - 736, 738
Lauda - 73G, 738
Prvitair - BBJ
Astraeus - 73G
Excel Airways - 738 (73G, 739ER On Order)
Turkish Airways - 738
Ryanair - 738
Hapagfly (Hapag Lloyd) - 738
Helios Airways - 738
Air Europa - 738
Pegasus Airlines - 738
Thomsonfly - 738
Futura - 738
Eurocypria - 738
Travel Service - 738
Jetair - 738

The 737NG isn't as popular as the A32S in Europe  Smile

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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:30 am

Quoting B742 (Reply 5):
FlyGlobespan - 736, 738

73G due Feb next year  Smile

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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:33 am

Quoting B742 (Reply 5):
SAS - 736, 738

SAS also operates the 73G.

Quoting B742 (Reply 5):
Malev - 736

Malev also operate the 73G and 738.
 
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 2:35 am

what are the airlines that fly the 737NG in Europe?
I have just noticed that the 737NG is not at all popular in the European National carriers compared to the 737 classics.
Only,Ryanair, SAS, Maersk, Easyjet,Air berlin, Happag Llyod come to my mind.



Youre quite wrong... Let's see:

Ryanair
Sas
Maersk
Easyjet
Air Berlin
Happag Lloyd
Lauda Air
KLM (strange you forgot that one)
Air Europe
Helios
Transavia (20+ NG's...)
SkyEurope (soon)
Sterling
Britania
Braathans (although now its SAS)
Excel Airlines
Malev Hungarian airlines
FlyGlodeSpan
Turkish Airlines
Pegasus airlines
Sun Express
Hamburg International
Air Astana
Travel Service
Astraeus
Neos
PrivatAir
JetAirFly
Travelservice Hungary
Sky Airlines
EuroCypria
Futura


Im sure i missed some, but this is already more than youre list  Wink
 
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 5:18 am

Wow 767-332ER! That's what I call dedication to proving your point.
 
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 5:19 am

He wanted to see some...I am just here to help  Smile
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 1:09 pm

Not to forget Luxair and the 73G

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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 8:42 pm

Fly DBA (DI) hast some 737NG on order too.

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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 9:05 pm

However, Air Berlin, EZY and HHI have ordered A319s to replace or supplant the 737 NGs, and SAS uses the 73G and 736 besides the A320.

On the other hand, as said, DBA is ordering new 737s...
 
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sat Mar 04, 2006 11:17 pm

Quoting TheSonntag (Reply 13):
However, Air Berlin, EZY and HHI have ordered A319s to replace or supplant the 737 NGs, and SAS uses the 73G and 736 besides the A320.

On the other hand, as said, DBA is ordering new 737s...

The mixing of A32X/737NG fleets seems to be a popular occurance in Europe. Look at Easyjet also.
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sun Mar 05, 2006 2:59 am

Quoting 767-332ER (Reply 14):

Very true... It seems that the "One aircraft only" philosophy is not that dominant at European LCCs. Also, many carriers use Fokker 100s (on Wet lease, but still).

For example, DI, HLX, AB have F100s (wet leased from Germania).
 
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:26 pm

Inter and Sky airways from Turkey also operate NGs....

wow i just looked at that list, it's spreading around the world, I saw the Malev -600 i think the other day, looks awesome and like a toy lol
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Sun Mar 05, 2006 6:34 pm

national carriers tend to use the A320 though
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Tue Mar 07, 2006 1:25 am

European national carriers do usually select the A320, especially France, Germany, UK and Spain's national carriers for obvious reasons.
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Tue Mar 07, 2006 1:43 am

Major Network carriers using the A32X

EI
BD
BA
AF
IB
JK
TP
AZ
KM
CY
LH
OS
SN
SK (Mixed A/B fleet)
AY

Network carriers using the 73G

SK (Mixed A/B fleet, includes Braathens)
KL
MA
TK

The following 73g carriers have since ordered Airbus 32x

Sas
Easyjet
Air Berlin
Hamburg International
PrivatAir
EuroCypria
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RE: The 737NG In Europe

Tue Mar 07, 2006 2:20 am

Eurocypria have ordered A320s? A bit pointless considering they got rid of A320s previously, which were replaced by the current 738s.
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