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777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Tue Mar 16, 1999 1:13 pm

Here are the airline I know that have 777's (-200 /-300) in there fleet. Is there another airlines that I am missing? What other airlines do you think will order the 777. SAS, Air India, Qantas Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Air New Zealand could be new customers for the 777. What do you think?

Japan Airlines
All Nippon Airways (ANA)
Japan Air System
Korean Air
Cathay Pacific Airways
China Southern Airlines
Air China
Thai Airways International
Singapore Airlines
Malasyia Airlines
Emirate Airlines
Saudi Arabian Airlines
Kuwait Airways
Air France
British Airways
Lauda Air
United Airlines
Continental Airlines
American Airlines

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RE: 777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Tue Mar 16, 1999 5:32 pm

Qantas some time again announced that they won't change their B747/767 fleet policy in the next time; about SAS and KLM as well as Alitalia it is said that they're going for A340/A330s; especially for SAS the B777 would be too large.
Air India is still evaluating both Boeing and Airbus, maybe they chose a mixture; Air New Zealand could be a future-B777-customer.
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RE: 777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Tue Mar 16, 1999 9:01 pm

The Qantas CEO James Strong said recently that no new acft were planned at the moment but new aircraft are always being evaluated for future fleet plans

RE: 777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Tue Mar 16, 1999 11:46 pm

I highly doubt SAS will buy the 777.
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I agree

Wed Mar 17, 1999 1:23 am

I agree with every body above.

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RE: I agree

Wed Mar 17, 1999 5:10 am

KLM has decided to stick with the MD-11 and go after more second hand examples. I doubt that SAS will purchase the 777 but what about the 767-400ER? They already operate the 767-300ER. This along with the fact that they purchased a large quantity of B737NGs.
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RE: I agree

Wed Mar 17, 1999 6:21 am

Delta has the 777-200, though it han't started service yet.
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RE: 777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Wed Mar 17, 1999 6:53 am

Didn't South African Airways order any?


RE: 777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Wed Mar 17, 1999 7:13 am

SAA did, but later cancel them for more 747-444s.
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RE: 777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Thu Mar 18, 1999 5:16 am

I know Air France, KLM and Alitalia have asked Boeing to produce an aircrafts that would be able to fly from Europe to West United States, in order to replace their old B747-200.


RE: 777-200 /-300 Customers ?

Mon Mar 22, 1999 7:02 am

Air France has the 777, they fly it to Rio de Janeiro.

Also, Varig ordered 5 of them, among orders for some 30 new Boeing airliners.

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