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Martinair's Fleet.

Mon Apr 19, 1999 1:28 am

What is the current makeup of Martinair's fleet?
"History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or timid." D. Eisenhower
 
KL808
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RE: Martinair's Fleet.

Mon Apr 19, 1999 4:05 am

4 MD-11s
1 MD-11F

6 767-300ER
2 747-200C
1 727-200F

Drew
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RE: Que ?

Mon Apr 19, 1999 5:22 am

Where did that 727 come from ? At Schiphol with all those noise regulations ? I very much doubt it.

This is the list according to a recent Flight International:

2 B747-200C
1 B747-200F
6 B767-300ER
2 MD11F
4 MD11CF
2 Cessna Citation VI
1 EMB-120 Brasilia (based in the Carribean I believe)
 
IL76
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RE: Que ?

Tue Apr 27, 1999 5:08 pm

Cool Cat,

Yep, you got it right.
The 727 was just a typo. KL808 meant 747-200F...

Ed

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