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BA 737-200s Gone

Thu Feb 22, 2001 8:23 am

Im suprised no one has posted this, but a big part of BAs history is in the books now. The last 737-200 was operated on the Glasgow-LHR route on Feburary 9th. G-BGDB had the honors that day. Anyone know where these loyal birds will be headed?
-Tom
 
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RE: BA 737-200s Gone

Thu Feb 22, 2001 8:28 am

And when will Air France retire the remaining 732 ?? there are still quite a lot of them in AF fleet.
 
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RE: BA 737-200s Gone

Thu Feb 22, 2001 10:03 am

OA still operates a large fleet of 737-200s on some of their domestic and European routes.

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