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Alessandro
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Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 4:57 am

Some planes will be banned in EU for noise and pollution,
anyone have a list of them?
 
LY744
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 4:59 am

Partial list:

IL-76 (except -MF of which only one exists, I believe)
IL-86
Most Tu-154's
Tu-134
Some 727's?
Some 707's?
Some DC-8's?

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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 5:23 am

The Yak 40/42 will be banned from the EU.
The Tu 154M will survive, B727's And B737-200's will also fly on-if they are equipted with Hush-kit's.
 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 5:47 am

Oh, how we love the EU.  Sleepy
 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 6:10 am

The Yak-40 and -42 are stage III aircraft and they can fly to the EU again.
 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 7:39 am

How many 727's are operating in the EU anyway? I didn't think that many at all.
 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 8:06 am

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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 8:07 am

FrequentFlyKid, DHL operate quite a few 727's from Brussels, but they are all stage 3.

 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 8:19 am

TNT operates 727's, and I think they are not hush-kitted (is that why they are using the Tu-204?).

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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 8:48 am

They are not banned in all of the EU, they are still allowed to fly charter flights to Greece, Belgium, Holland and the Scandinavian countries on whatever noisy ass aircraft they want. For the next 9 months anyway. It will be interesting to see if Russian government's threats to restrict foreign airline service into Moscow and St. Petersburg will work. I am not sure who's side to be on. On one hand, Russia cannot be expected to have modernized all of its planes and sends a lot of tourist money abroad. On the other hand their planes are really noisy, as anyone who has stayed at the Sheremetyevo airport hotel can tell you. While I find it exhilirating (sp?) to hear them, others probably find them annoying. We shall see!
 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 9:04 am

I read on justplanes.com that Russia has already been retaliating against some EU carriers for the restrictions on certain aircraft in EU airspace. They are trying to reduce KLM's frequencies from AMS to Russia and may begin trying to restrict other airlines as well.

Aeroflot STILL operates a large number of older Russian types into the EU:

SU201 SVO-DUS TU154
SU211 SVO-OSL TU154
SU239 SVO-DUB-SNN TU154
SU249 SVO-CDG TU154
SU273 SVO-NCE TU154
SU281 SVO-FCO TU154
SU285 SVO-MXP TU154
SU289 SVO-SKG TU154
SU293 SVO-VCE TU154
SU295 SVO-ATH TU154
SU297 SVO-BCN TU154
SU333 SVO-SNN IL96 cont. to HAV
SU637 LED-LHR TU154
SU641 LED-MXP TU154
SU651 LED-FCO TU154
SU661 LED-LGW TU154
SU795 MUR-RUV-LUL AN24
SU799 MUR-TRO AN24

Non-EU destinations include TU154s to Antalya and IST, and IL96s to IST and LCA. With the exception of the daily 737 SVO-BUC flight, TU154s are used to all other Eastern European destinations- WAW, BUD, PRG, BEL, ZAG, SOF.









 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 9:09 am

Aeroflot is unnafected by the EU ban as all of their international 154's are hushkitted and the IL96's and AN-24's are Stage III compliant to begin with. It is companies with the older 154 variants or ones that are not hush-kitted that are having trouble. Not to mention TU-134, IL-86, IL-62, IL-76's, etc.
 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 9:23 am

LHR had an IL 86 on Satuday which will now become a rare sight I guess
 
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RE: Which Airplanes Will Be Banned In EU?

Mon Apr 01, 2002 1:14 pm

You know, if the Soviet Union still existed today we wouldn't even be talking about flying Tu-154's into Western Europe--by now Aeroflot would have replaced them with a combination of Tu-204's and Tu-334's powered by high-bypass turbofans which would have been Stage III compliant.

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