BelugaBoy
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Questions Citybird Fleet

Thu Apr 12, 2001 7:44 pm

Does anybody know how many B737NG Citybird has on order and when they will be delivered ? I guess that will be the first Belgian carrier operating this type of aircraft.

Furthermore I heared that they would add 1 Airbus A300 to there fleet to be used in charter operations. Does anyone know that is an extra aircraft or will that replace one of there B767's.
I know for sure that they are currently operating 2 A300 freight planes and if I am not mistaken also 2 B767 pax. ( besides the 3 MD11 and ? B737's ) But like I also put in another topic I'm not sure that all 3 MD11 are currently being used.
 
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RE: Questions Citybird Fleet

Thu Apr 12, 2001 7:48 pm

Ever tried the Citibyrd website? The URL is www.citybird.be

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