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FAX - "Boeing Operator"? Since When?

Mon Aug 21, 2006 1:36 am


Fax should also upgrade from Fokker 50 to Boeing because the company has bought new planes and Fokker has limited capacity (50 seats), he said.

Alternatively, Fax can provide extra flights at least every alternate day if not daily, he suggested.

Since when is FAX having Boeings? Has he mixed FAX with Air Asia?
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RE: FAX - "Boeing Operator"? Since When?

Mon Aug 21, 2006 1:40 am

FAX is just an affiliate of Air Asia, so they can step in or substitute with 737s and A-320s if and when needed, just like between KLM and Cityhopper or American mainline and Eagle.
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