I was just thinking of SR becoming all-airbus soon, and LH, too. Can't tell about SN, though, but in Spain, JK (Spanair, aka SPP) are also directing themselves towards this direction. Last, TAP have almost completed their migration to all-airbus.
But I would like to know, though, from knowers better than myself at this subject, if, for example, as Cba and SA-JET writes, if CO and SAA have just three or some more types, meaning that 737 has a lot of versions, supposedly of the same model, but:
1st type: 737-200
2nd type: 737-300 & -400
3rd type: 737 -500, -600, -700, -800 & -900
4th type: 757-200, 767-200 and 767-300
5th type: 757-300, 767-400 & 777-200 & -300
And, as for 747s,
one type 747-200, -300 & -SP and
another type 747-400
Could anyone better than me clarify if I'm right from the point of view of pilot qualification types?
Thanks in advance.