Just wondering if anyone can confirm if "-37" is Air India. If so, do they have 73Gs? Then we can say that there are 737-737s flying about. Just a lame attempt at trival humor here. Regards to all.
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Another joke, Ansett does NOT own any 737NGs, let alone 737-777s. Unfortunately 07 (Luftwaffe), 17 (Canadian), 27 (Braniff), 47 (Western), 57 (Swissair), 67 (Cathay) are either not existing as such, or (just as Ansett and Swissair, cardcarrying Airbus 320 family operators) very unlikely to ever buy 737ng's, so this funny combinations will not occur any time soon.
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My info (www.boeing.com) tells me that "Ansett Worldwide Avation" placed an order for (4) 737-700s on 9-02-96 and recived the first one on 3-22-99. All 4 deliveries have been made. There code is "3A" .