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USAirways 737-200

Tue Feb 16, 1999 12:39 pm

Does anyone know when USAirways will get rid of their 737-200's? Either get rid of them or give them to MetroJet.
 
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RE: USAirways 737-200

Tue Feb 16, 1999 1:17 pm

I think they won't totally get rid of all there 737-200's. Most of them will be transferred over to MetroJet as soon as A-319's and A-320's arrive.

Hope it answered your question.
Jonathan
 
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RE: USAirways 737-200

Wed Feb 17, 1999 1:35 am

Jonathan nailed the question. The 737-200s will be transfered to Metrojet. Eventually though they will be phased out in favor of the A320 and A319 as they themselves get long in the tooth and move to Metrojet!
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