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Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:25 am

Going through the Planespotters database, I noted that the remaining active fleet is as follows, with 107 remaining in service or due to enter service with an airline:

Bangladesh (1)
Sky Capital Cargo: 1

Bolivia (5)
TAM (Air Force): 5

Canada (17) (+ 2 planned)
Air Inuit: 3
Air North: 1
Canadian North: 2
Chrono Aviation: 2
Glencore Canada: 2
Nolinor Aviation: 7 (+ 2 due - from Angola) - this airline is installing glass cockpits on its 737-200s

Central African Republic (1)
Karinou: 1

Chile: (4)
Aerovias DAP/Mineral Airways: 3
Chilean Airways: 1

Colombia (3)
Aerosucre: 3

Congo (4)
Sococi: 1
Trans Air Congo: 3

Democratic Republic of the Congo (2)
Canadian Airways Congo: 1
Gomair: 1

Ecuador (1)
Air Force: 1

Honduras (1) (+ 1 due)
Aviatsa: 1 (+ 1 due)

India (4)
Air Force: 4

Indonesia (8)
Air Force: 4
Jayawijaya Dirgantara: 3
My Indo Airlines: 1

Iran (1)
Meraj Airlines: 1

Kenya (2)
Multiple Solutions: 1 (leased from Africa Charter Airline of South Africa - was built as a freighter)
Transafrican Air: 1

Mexico (2)
Air Force: 1 (the Mexican Air Force was also the last 737-100 operator worldwide)
Global Air: 1 (+ 1 stored - likely parts)

Nigeria (1)
JedAir: 1

Norway (1 due)
MSG Productions: 1 (due)

Pakistan (2)
Vision Air: 2

Philippines (1)
SEAir: 1

Peru (5)
Air Force: 3
Peruvian Airlines: 2

United Kingdom (1)
Jet Connections: 1 (last B732 active in Europe)

United States (10)
Air Force: 1
Ameristar Jet Charter/Sierra America: 2
Basic Capital Management: 1
Northern Air Cargo: 1
Transair Hawaii: 5

Venezuela (15)
Avior: 5
Estelar Latinoamerica: 3
Rutaca: 3
Venezolana: 4

Zimbabwe (2)
Air Zimbabwe: 2 (original operator)

Private owner: 1 (Cayman Islands registration)

There are also 2 aircraft stored in the USA - 1 at Pinal Airpark in a VIP configuration.

Breaking it down:
19 in service for a country's Air Force (includes the 5 for TAM Bolivia)
20 that operate into pretty harsh environments (the Canadian north or Patagonia - both of which have permafrost) for which it may not be wise to operate newer generation frames, oftentimes with unpaved runways) (all of those on the Canadian registry plus Aeorvias DAP in Chile)
15 in a country where aircraft and parts are hard to come by in the Americas (Venezuela)
9 in similar countries in Africa (Category 2 countries in Africa)
1 in Iran (largely blacklisted)
Most others with niche operators or ad hoc operations.

I was actually surprised to see over 100 B732s remaining
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:00 am

Canadian North very recently scaled back the use of their 732's. Their Edmonton - Yellowknife - Rankin Inlet - Iqaluit run is now operated by a 733.
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:57 am

Is the Cayman registered 732 VP-CAQ ? If yes, I think that it it is the same that the one listed as belonging to "Jet Connection".
This airframe was a really frequent visitor in Nice until 2017 (several times a week) and we didn't see it even once in 2018... I unfortunately believe that it is now stored somewhere (also perhaps due to the Saudi Arabia crisis that took place last year, the owner is/was saudian)...
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 8:52 am

Thanks for this comprehensive list!
aemoreira1981 wrote:
United States (10)
Air Force: 1

I wasn’t aware that the USAF is still flying a single aircraft. To which tail number do you refer?

In 2008 „someone“ decided to register this B732 in Romania to paint it and to call it Dreamjet (this was before all the delays of the 787-programme so any name similar to Dreamliner was considered as fancy...).



It never made a single flight, correct me if I am wrong. It still seems to be in Bucharest Baneasa, a quick check showed the latest picture from 2016.

I guess it will be scrapped soon... :-(

Obviously not a wise decision to invest in a B732 in Europe in the year 2008...
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 9:57 am

N14AZ wrote:
Thanks for this comprehensive list!
aemoreira1981 wrote:
United States (10)
Air Force: 1

I wasn’t aware that the USAF is still flying a single aircraft. To which tail number do you refer?


The Planespotters database which they said the list was sourced from, says that 73-1155 NT-43A is still active which matches other sources I have checked. Apparently based at Hill AFB.
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 11:40 am

Hi. First posting. VPCAQ is the Jet Connections aircraft, is still active and a frequent visitor to London Luton EGGW/LTN. I believe it's usual 'home' base is Bournemouth EGHH/BOH
 
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Tue Feb 05, 2019 2:09 pm

Topcat49 wrote:
Hi. First posting. VPCAQ is the Jet Connections aircraft, is still active and a frequent visitor to London Luton EGGW/LTN. I believe it's usual 'home' base is Bournemouth EGHH/BOH


Are you sure, I think VP-CAQ has been at Lasham QLA for a while now (most of 2018) and I can't see any reports of it being seen anywhere else or operating since late 2017.
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 3:56 pm

heathrow wrote:
Canadian North very recently scaled back the use of their 732's. Their Edmonton - Yellowknife - Rankin Inlet - Iqaluit run is now operated by a 733.


Makes sense to save on cycles for their two remaining 732s to employ them to where they're really needed, namely to YCB and YCO on a sked basis, and to any other gravel/dirt/ice strips on a charter basis.
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:27 pm

Dominion301 wrote:
heathrow wrote:
Canadian North very recently scaled back the use of their 732's. Their Edmonton - Yellowknife - Rankin Inlet - Iqaluit run is now operated by a 733.


Makes sense to save on cycles for their two remaining 732s to employ them to where they're really needed, namely to YCB and YCO on a sked basis, and to any other gravel/dirt/ice strips on a charter basis.


Nolinor also acquired a 733 for that same reason...and for longer charters (that 733 was a rescue for AF66).
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:44 pm

The 732's are popular in Canada as they can be fitted with gravel kits to operate from unpaved airstrips.. often for the mining businesses..
In fact it will be difficult to find a suitable replacement when the 732's finally run of cycles and hours.
The engines of the more modern 737's are too close to the ground to be fitted with gravel kits ...
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:50 pm

Oddly enough, N268AU, which I flew in 2001 with MetroJet from RSW to LGA, is still flying in Indonesia with Jayawijaya Dirgantara as PK-JRA.
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 4:55 pm

flyingphil wrote:
The 732's are popular in Canada as they can be fitted with gravel kits to operate from unpaved airstrips.. often for the mining businesses..
In fact it will be difficult to find a suitable replacement when the 732's finally run of cycles and hours.
The engines of the more modern 737's are too close to the ground to be fitted with gravel kits ...

That's when they'll have to switch to different type of aircraft such as the ATR or Q400's.
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:13 pm

I see a little bit of work here so thank you for compliling the list. From a Canadian perspective it looks accurate to me. Canadian North continue to operate C-GOPW and C-GDPA.
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:15 pm

Is a220 good replacement of B732?
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:21 pm

Have Chrono Aviation's two 732s actually flown for them yet? I know their first had been languishing in New Zealand (I think) for a good number of years. Based at Montreal St. Hubert I believe, which I didn't think was big enough to cope with a 732 (but obviously is!).
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:35 pm

I saw Ameristar's pax B732 operate a sports charter yesterday (WVU basketball CKB-LBB). It's in a rather dated looking all F/C configuration (something like 66F).
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:43 pm

Why does NT-43A have such few photos?
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:52 pm

Veigar wrote:
Why does NT-43A have such few photos?


GCT64 wrote:
N14AZ wrote:
Thanks for this comprehensive list!
aemoreira1981 wrote:
United States (10)
Air Force: 1

I wasn’t aware that the USAF is still flying a single aircraft. To which tail number do you refer?


The Planespotters database which they said the list was sourced from, says that 73-1155 NT-43A is still active which matches other sources I have checked. Apparently based at Hill AFB.


Because it is a testbed, and is actually normally flying out of a place that doesn't exist, in the Nevada desert...
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:53 pm

Here is an interesting article about the NT-43A

https://foxtrotalpha.jalopnik.com/the-w ... 1686479619
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 5:54 pm

Air Zimbabwe is now on ground.

However, i flow to VFA Airport last year just to take the 737-200, real AvGeek experience. Here the departure :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpaP3wTk-cE
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:13 pm

I have to admit I miss the 737-200s a bit, it was so easy to work on them. I started to loathe the 737s when the 300s were launched and from then on they became my most detested plane.
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:20 pm

JakTrax wrote:
Have Chrono Aviation's two 732s actually flown for them yet? I know their first had been languishing in New Zealand (I think) for a good number of years. Based at Montreal St. Hubert I believe, which I didn't think was big enough to cope with a 732 (but obviously is!).


One of them is in Kitchener (CYKF) till March for avionics and cockpit upgrades. Should be getting a treatment similar to Nolinor's
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Wed Feb 06, 2019 9:52 am

GCT64 wrote:
Topcat49 wrote:
Hi. First posting. VPCAQ is the Jet Connections aircraft, is still active and a frequent visitor to London Luton EGGW/LTN. I believe it's usual 'home' base is Bournemouth EGHH/BOH


Are you sure, I think VP-CAQ has been at Lasham QLA for a while now (most of 2018) and I can't see any reports of it being seen anywhere else or operating since late 2017.

Same for me, I work at the airport in LFMN (Nice) where VP-CAQ was a really frequent visitor (3/4 times a week) but I didn't see it for the entire year 2018...
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Mon May 27, 2019 9:12 pm

How many basic 737-200s remain in service? I am talking about the non-advanced model.
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Mon May 27, 2019 9:23 pm

aemoreira1981 wrote:
Going through the Planespotters database, I noted that the remaining active fleet is as follows, with 107 remaining in service or due to enter service with an airline:

Bangladesh (1)
Sky Capital Cargo: 1

Bolivia (5)
TAM (Air Force): 5

Canada (17) (+ 2 planned)
Air Inuit: 3
Air North: 1
Canadian North: 2
Chrono Aviation: 2
Glencore Canada: 2
Nolinor Aviation: 7 (+ 2 due - from Angola) - this airline is installing glass cockpits on its 737-200s

Central African Republic (1)
Karinou: 1

Chile: (4)
Aerovias DAP/Mineral Airways: 3
Chilean Airways: 1

Colombia (3)
Aerosucre: 3

Congo (4)
Sococi: 1
Trans Air Congo: 3

Democratic Republic of the Congo (2)
Canadian Airways Congo: 1
Gomair: 1

Ecuador (1)
Air Force: 1

Honduras (1) (+ 1 due)
Aviatsa: 1 (+ 1 due)

India (4)
Air Force: 4

Indonesia (8)
Air Force: 4
Jayawijaya Dirgantara: 3
My Indo Airlines: 1

Iran (1)
Meraj Airlines: 1

Kenya (2)
Multiple Solutions: 1 (leased from Africa Charter Airline of South Africa - was built as a freighter)
Transafrican Air: 1

Mexico (2)
Air Force: 1 (the Mexican Air Force was also the last 737-100 operator worldwide)
Global Air: 1 (+ 1 stored - likely parts)

Nigeria (1)
JedAir: 1

Norway (1 due)
MSG Productions: 1 (due)

Pakistan (2)
Vision Air: 2

Philippines (1)
SEAir: 1

Peru (5)
Air Force: 3
Peruvian Airlines: 2

United Kingdom (1)
Jet Connections: 1 (last B732 active in Europe)

United States (10)
Air Force: 1
Ameristar Jet Charter/Sierra America: 2
Basic Capital Management: 1
Northern Air Cargo: 1
Transair Hawaii: 5

Venezuela (15)
Avior: 5
Estelar Latinoamerica: 3
Rutaca: 3
Venezolana: 4

Zimbabwe (2)
Air Zimbabwe: 2 (original operator)

Private owner: 1 (Cayman Islands registration)

There are also 2 aircraft stored in the USA - 1 at Pinal Airpark in a VIP configuration.

Breaking it down:
19 in service for a country's Air Force (includes the 5 for TAM Bolivia)
20 that operate into pretty harsh environments (the Canadian north or Patagonia - both of which have permafrost) for which it may not be wise to operate newer generation frames, oftentimes with unpaved runways) (all of those on the Canadian registry plus Aeorvias DAP in Chile)
15 in a country where aircraft and parts are hard to come by in the Americas (Venezuela)
9 in similar countries in Africa (Category 2 countries in Africa)
1 in Iran (largely blacklisted)
Most others with niche operators or ad hoc operations.

I was actually surprised to see over 100 B732s remaining

Why can't you operate a 737 Classic or an A319 in a permafrost environment?
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Mon May 27, 2019 9:58 pm

A bit of a bind there. If you want a good runway in permafrost conditions, cheapest way to do it, and often the only practical way, is to have a gravel airstrip.

Which means you need a gravel-capable airplane. Cannot speak of A320 series, but 737 Classic engines are too low - which means gravel ingestion.
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Mon May 27, 2019 11:21 pm

aemoreira1981 wrote:
Going through the Planespotters database, I noted that the remaining active fleet is as follows, with 107 remaining in service or due to enter service with an airline:

Iran (1)
Meraj Airlines: 1


Meraj Airlines actually doesn't own that 737-200 in question which is EP-AGA, the Iranian Government VIP fleet including the 737-200, A321-200 and A340-300 are all operated by Meraj Airlines although in Iranian Government livery. Surprisingly that 737-200 was actually in storage for some years and was reactivated in 2014.
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue May 28, 2019 2:34 am

blacksoviet wrote:
aemoreira1981 wrote:
Going through the Planespotters database, I noted that the remaining active fleet is as follows, with 107 remaining in service or due to enter service with an airline:

Bangladesh (1)
Sky Capital Cargo: 1

Bolivia (5)
TAM (Air Force): 5

Canada (17) (+ 2 planned)
Air Inuit: 3
Air North: 1
Canadian North: 2
Chrono Aviation: 2
Glencore Canada: 2
Nolinor Aviation: 7 (+ 2 due - from Angola) - this airline is installing glass cockpits on its 737-200s

Central African Republic (1)
Karinou: 1

Chile: (4)
Aerovias DAP/Mineral Airways: 3
Chilean Airways: 1

Colombia (3)
Aerosucre: 3

Congo (4)
Sococi: 1
Trans Air Congo: 3

Democratic Republic of the Congo (2)
Canadian Airways Congo: 1
Gomair: 1

Ecuador (1)
Air Force: 1

Honduras (1) (+ 1 due)
Aviatsa: 1 (+ 1 due)

India (4)
Air Force: 4

Indonesia (8)
Air Force: 4
Jayawijaya Dirgantara: 3
My Indo Airlines: 1

Iran (1)
Meraj Airlines: 1

Kenya (2)
Multiple Solutions: 1 (leased from Africa Charter Airline of South Africa - was built as a freighter)
Transafrican Air: 1

Mexico (2)
Air Force: 1 (the Mexican Air Force was also the last 737-100 operator worldwide)
Global Air: 1 (+ 1 stored - likely parts)

Nigeria (1)
JedAir: 1

Norway (1 due)
MSG Productions: 1 (due)

Pakistan (2)
Vision Air: 2

Philippines (1)
SEAir: 1

Peru (5)
Air Force: 3
Peruvian Airlines: 2

United Kingdom (1)
Jet Connections: 1 (last B732 active in Europe)

United States (10)
Air Force: 1
Ameristar Jet Charter/Sierra America: 2
Basic Capital Management: 1
Northern Air Cargo: 1
Transair Hawaii: 5

Venezuela (15)
Avior: 5
Estelar Latinoamerica: 3
Rutaca: 3
Venezolana: 4

Zimbabwe (2)
Air Zimbabwe: 2 (original operator)

Private owner: 1 (Cayman Islands registration)

There are also 2 aircraft stored in the USA - 1 at Pinal Airpark in a VIP configuration.

Breaking it down:
19 in service for a country's Air Force (includes the 5 for TAM Bolivia)
20 that operate into pretty harsh environments (the Canadian north or Patagonia - both of which have permafrost) for which it may not be wise to operate newer generation frames, oftentimes with unpaved runways) (all of those on the Canadian registry plus Aeorvias DAP in Chile)
15 in a country where aircraft and parts are hard to come by in the Americas (Venezuela)
9 in similar countries in Africa (Category 2 countries in Africa)
1 in Iran (largely blacklisted)
Most others with niche operators or ad hoc operations.

I was actually surprised to see over 100 B732s remaining

Why can't you operate a 737 Classic or an A319 in a permafrost environment?


The issue has to do with unpaved runways. A gravel kit is available for the low-bypass B732 engines, but it would not work on high-bypass engines. If one comes up on the market with significant time left, Aerovias DAP or a Canadian bush airline will want to buy it. I personally have one picture of a B732, an ex-Transavia frame now with Nolinor that's now 45 years old. Nolinor also operates the Convair CV-240 series still, giving an idea of where it serves in Quebec.
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue May 28, 2019 3:28 am

chunhimlai wrote:
Is a220 good replacement of B732?


I doubt that any carrier currently operating a B732 can afford an A220, so no.
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue May 28, 2019 3:32 am

Air North's C-GANV flew off a few mos ago to GSO for some work and then she'll go to an operator in Quebec. They wanted a passenger version of the -200, but not sure who it went to.
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Mon Jun 17, 2019 10:17 pm

I think avior and venezolana are done with 732s
 
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:39 am

gunsontheroof wrote:
chunhimlai wrote:
Is a220 good replacement of B732?


I doubt that any carrier currently operating a B732 can afford an A220, so no.


Quite simply, an A220 can not do what a gravel 737-200 can do. Purchase price or otherwise. The reason so many are still flying in Canada’s arctic has absolutely nothing to do with whether they “can afford” something else.

Looking at the investment Nolinor has recently made in upgrading the gravel 737-200s makes one think that purchase price comes second to actually completing a mission. When an A220 can take off from a 4000’ gravel strip in a Combi configuration, then maybe you may see some flying in the arctic. (Never going to happen btw).
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Re: Remaining 737-200s in service

Tue Jun 18, 2019 2:51 am

I was thrilled to see one at the gate next to mine at SAL. Turns out it is from Honduras doing flights to Roatan. Beautiful paint job on that aircraft too!
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