FlagshipAZ
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Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:10 am

Gentlemen & ladies too....
Anyone think a carrier will eventually operate all the NG types of the 737? If some carriers can operate the whole A320 family, why not the airlines using a 737NG now? Seems like Southwest will get them all someday.
Any thoughts? Regards.
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avion
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:14 am

Scandinvian does it already today.

Tom
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:18 am

Avion...
SAS operates all four types??? Holy Cow! Thanks for the info. I learned something new today. Regards.
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:37 am

Yes, SAS operates all types avilable right now, but they have ordered the 321 instead of the 739, so they will soon loose this title.
-Tom
 
avion
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:41 am

Yep

SAS operates all 73G types available until now. The 737-900 hasnt been delivered yet.

Tom
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:41 am

If Continental orders the 737-600 in the future (which I can see being possible), it will be them.
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:43 am

If Continental decides to place an order for the 737-600, they will operate all the types of 737NG aircraft. I think they have already ordered the 737-900.
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 4:59 am

As previously stated, CO operates all NG types except for the -600. I don't see CO getting the 736 any time soon though, as their 735's are only 5-10 years old at most/
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 9:03 am

Cba is right about CO. Not only are the 735s relatively new (delivered 1994-98), but many of the routes that were once dominated by the 735 and DC-9-30 are now flown by COEX Jungle Jets.
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 9:41 am

I would think that CO could still use the 736 on thin intercontinental routes (ie EWR - ONT, EWR - OAK, etc.

Jeff
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Sun Mar 18, 2001 10:05 am

I just wanted to say that SAS does not have all 737-NGs in it's fleet. The only use the -600, -700 and -800. They havn't ordered the -900.
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Mon Mar 19, 2001 6:56 am

Continental already operates the 737-700 and the 737-800 and will has 15 737-900's on order. If it orders the
737-600, then it will operate all NG types. I doubt that
CO will go for the slow selling -600. The -600 is the same size as the -500 but with greater range. CO has
acquired 56 737-500's since the mid-1990's and the
serve the airline's short to medium haul route network
quite well. They don't need the -600. If anything, CO
needs more high capacity jets. The -800 and the -900
are becoming MD80 replacements.
 
IndianGuy
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Mon Mar 19, 2001 1:05 pm

Jet Airways (9W) also operates all NG types except the 739, which they are planning to order for high-density routes.

Current Fleet: 734's (~10), 735(~2-3), 736(~3), 73G(~5), 738(10)
 
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RE: Think Any Carrier Will Operate All 737NG Types?

Mon Mar 19, 2001 8:58 pm

Indian Guy > Jet Airways doesn't have any 736's, not is it planning to buy or lease, as far as I am aware. If you have other info, mail me, because I keep up a 737 production list on my website www.airlinerlist.com.

Also, DeltAirlines, I never was aware there's an ocean between EWR and ONT/OAK !
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RE: MEA-707

Tue Mar 20, 2001 4:11 am

Interesting site.

I took the figures from the Jetwings magazine which they have on board. The one with me shows the 736's as well.
 
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MEA-707

Tue Mar 20, 2001 6:30 am

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