Thanks for the list. TK
website still has an addition mistake at A321 column, it should be 9 not 10 as total, bringing the total fleet number to 99. 7 more 320,321 will leave hopefully to make room for the 9 320,321 coming this year and the numbers will start to increase again.
As Bahadir always points out TK
paid more money to lease this fleet to actually buy them, what a waste of money to lease a plane for more than 15 years. Looks like the 3 734s are -4QEs, so the number for 734s in servide are at 11, and will stay there until a decision is made about their future.
|Quoting Kaitak (Reply 68):
Do you think the 787 will be in contention; it would seem to be a good replacement for the A310, A330 and A340, since the -8 (or -3) could replace the A310 and a mixture of -9s and -10s could replace the A330 and A340.
Hello Kaitak, nice to see you here.
In my wildest dream TK
will do down to two types 787, and 737 in less than ten years, but that is me. 787-8,-9,-3, and 737-7, -8, -9. or a combo.
Also Dublin is a natural choice with its economy booming and attracting young visitors from all over Europe. I wouldn't be surprised if it goes daily.
Edited for wrong calculations, misspelling, and bunch of other errors since I haven't had any coffee yet.
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