GOT
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Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 2:37 am

What airline, except of SAS, operate the little 737-600?

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flumuc
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 2:43 am

Lauda Air and Tunisair have them
 
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 6:00 am

The only airlines I know for sure who operate the 736 are SAS, Lauda Air and TunisAir. Im not sure but I think Royal Air Maroc might operate the type also.
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 7:25 am

RAM does not have any 736s. How many do TunisAir have?
Tom
 
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 7:26 am

I forgot,
Air Algerie should be receiving theirs very soon to replace 732s.
Tom
 
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 9:03 am

4 years on the market, and this plane is not exactly a runaway success....
wonder why.
 
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 12:48 pm

I saw somewhere that Continental had about 30 736's on order. Is this true, and if so, when do they get them?
 
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 1:38 pm

CO decided the 736 was too small for their needs. So they converted the order to 738s before any were built.
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RE: Who Operate 737-600?

Tue Jan 09, 2001 6:04 pm

SAS have at least 30 B737-600, but they have had lots of technical problems with their new B737. It seems like they were more pleased with their old DC9's and MD80's.
 
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Vadheim

Wed Jan 10, 2001 3:57 am

The "problems" SAS has been having with thier 736s are not serious technical problems but nothing more than transitional problems which appear to be solved.
The reason why the 736 has not been selling too hot in the past couple of years is for the fact that there are already huge amounts of young 735s on the market which satisfy their customers. When airlines will look for replacement for those aircraft, thats when more orders will come.
The Best, Tom

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