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by UK_Dispatcher
Sat Dec 22, 2001 9:01 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: European Aircharter 747s?
Replies: 10
Views: 1440

European Aircharter 747s?

I was talking to a member of bmi regional cabin crew who is being made redundant along with bmi's BAe 146-200 fleet, and he will soon be attending an interview with Bournemouth-based European Aviation Aircharter (EAF/YE)for a cabin crew position on the boeing 747. EAF only operate BAC 1-11 and Boein...

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by UK_Dispatcher
Sat Dec 22, 2001 8:46 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Boeing 737-100s
Replies: 14
Views: 1474

Boeing 737-100s

I'm sure there can't be many 737-100 aircraft left now, but can we between us account for all remaining examples since there were only 30 built? Or better still, can anyone provide an up-to-date list of all of the a/c with WFU/scrapping dates, or at least the details of the remaining examples?? Any ...

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by UK_Dispatcher
Sat Dec 22, 2001 8:37 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Most Refreshing Airliner..........
Replies: 11
Views: 1414

RE: Most Refreshing Airliner..........

Hey teahan - you're right, it's the airline that makes the difference in most cases..... Hey KaiTakFan - i've had the pleasure of flying SFO-LHR on a UA 747-400 in Business class - very nice too! and Herbman - I'm gonna agree with you on the A330, an excellent aircraft, but my experience was with bm...

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by UK_Dispatcher
Sat Dec 22, 2001 8:10 pm
Forum: Civil Aviation
Topic: Largest Aircraft/Shortest Route
Replies: 19
Views: 1651

RE: Largest Aircraft/Shortest Route

I think the shortest route there is may be Jersey-Guernsey in the Channel Islands flown by Aurigny Air Services (GR), using Britten Norman Trislanders, and occasionally Shorts 360s. The route is about 23 miles, and takes about 10-15 minutes! The route used to be flown as part of a NCL-GCI-JER-NCL ro...

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