|Quoting 777gk (Reply 1):|
Of note is that CO has agreed to sell 10 737-500s to TRANSAERO in Russia, along with an additional 5 to an unidentified overseas carrier. 2 737-900ERs have been pushed up to 2008, and 4 additional 737-800s have been ordered (old news) to backfill this capacity lost
|Quoting STT757 (Reply 3):|
Have you heard anything with regards to the 737-900ERs that CO will start taking delivery of, I heard it might have AVOD and a different First Class product for Trans-Cons
|Quoting SJUSXM (Reply 2):|
That sounds ridiculous to me. 20 days. Is that possible with no mechanicals, weather, or other factors throughout the system?
|Quoting Dutchjet (Reply 4):|
This is very positive news: reducing the 735 fleet is a good thing for CO; the 735s are not the most effecient aircraft on a per seat basis and can be expensive to operate. The 15 735s
|Quoting FUN2FLY (Reply 7):|
Are these 15 part of those 16 previously announced
|Quoting Alitalia744 (Reply 6):|
Any word on what total (overall) operating margins and RASMs were. Also what was CASM and non-fuel CASM?