Alexdk
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Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Sun Nov 12, 2017 12:32 pm

What are in your opinion the last airline to operate more than 20 of each of the following plane types:
A319CEO
A320CEO
A321CEO
A330-300
737-700
737-800
737-900ER
757
767
777-200ER
777-300ER
 
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FlyRow
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Re: Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Sun Nov 12, 2017 1:54 pm

A319CEO
A320CEO
A321CEO
A330-300
737-700
737-800
737-900ER
737-900ER
777-300ER

Way to early to say, really, just impossible to tell yet. With the NB's you are talking 20/30 years in the future. Even 20 years ago we couldn't predict what would happened now.


757 / 767 is going to be US3, not that many 20+ 757/767 airliners outside the US. Most likely FEDEX or DHL.
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Re: Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Sun Nov 12, 2017 10:26 pm

FlyRow wrote:
A319CEO
A320CEO
A321CEO
A330-300
737-700
737-800
737-900ER
737-900ER
777-300ER

Way to early to say, really, just impossible to tell yet. With the NB's you are talking 20/30 years in the future. Even 20 years ago we couldn't predict what would happened now.


757 / 767 is going to be US3, not that many 20+ 757/767 airliners outside the US. Most likely FEDEX or DHL.


757 could also be FI, they have 27 and are probably adding a couple more next year.
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Re: Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Mon Nov 13, 2017 7:40 am

mehh.. they already have the MAX on order to replace it in the near (10yrs max) future.
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Re: Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:31 am

Alexdk wrote:
737-700
737-800


My money is on WN.
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Re: Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:35 am

Alexdk wrote:
What are in your opinion the last airline to operate more than 20 of each of the following plane types:
A319CEO
A320CEO
A321CEO
A330-300
737-700
737-800
737-900ER
757
767
777-200ER
777-300ER
Don't understand the question, must operate 20 or more of all of these aircraft at the same airline?


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Re: Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:17 pm

71Zulu wrote:
Alexdk wrote:
What are in your opinion the last airline to operate more than 20 of each of the following plane types:
A319CEO
A320CEO
A321CEO
A330-300
737-700
737-800
737-900ER
757
767
777-200ER
777-300ER
Don't understand the question, must operate 20 or more of all of these aircraft at the same airline?


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He means after all other airlines which is going to be the last major operater. For example for he Boeing 747-400 that will be BA.
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Re: Last airlines to operate more than 20 of each aircraft type

Tue Nov 14, 2017 12:52 pm

FlyRow wrote:
mehh.. they already have the MAX on order to replace it in the near (10yrs max) future.


The MAXs are not replacing on an aircraft-for-aircraft basis though, more like 1 757 out for every 3 MAXs in or so, and the rest of the MAXs go into expansion. That's the current plan anyway, of course it's flexible as FI own all their 757s and can park them anytime they want if a downturn occurs.
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