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Jetairfly's new fleet

Post by JAF-195 »

Hello,
I found this on wikipedia:

Joining the fleet in the foreseeable future are:

1 Boeing 737-700 (in 2007) [2]
2 Boeing 737-800 (in 2008)
1 Boeing 787-800 (in 2010) [3]

I didn't know that there was a 737-700 coming up, and I also thaught that only one more 738 would be added to the fleet, not two.
And for the 787, old news, everyone knows.

Greetz,
Alex
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Post by Sabena320 »

Naja I don't know, but I know that you can find a lot of mistakes on Wikipedia, so...

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Post by letscruise »

http://www.luchtvaartnieuws.nl/news/?id=21025

2 B737-800 in 2008
1 B787 "binnen enkele jaren..."

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Sabena320 wrote:Naja I don't know, but I know that you can find a lot of mistakes on Wikipedia, so...
Can be, but references are given if you click on the numbers next to the info of the future fleet on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jetairfly ,
like the 737-700...
Don't know if the references are actually right offcourse :?
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Post by TUB001 »

They could be right for the -700 :wink:

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Post by KrisLHT »

Interesting that JAF is going to switch over to the next gen.
How many planes are they planning on having in total?

If they keep on expanding like this they'll be a major player on the belgian market!

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Post by sab319 »

I think the new 737NG's will be to replace the 737 classics they operate now, and not necessarily to expand ;)

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Post by JAF 23 »

Indeed. First replacement, then expanding.

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Post by Spotter 22 »

I read this on the nl Wikipedia article of 'Jetairfly' :
"De nieuwe 737-700 is reeds in Brussel (Ex jet airways)." (translation: "The new 737-700 is already in Brussels").
Is that correct? Is it allready flying? Pics or info anyone?
Thanks :)

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Post by Dreamliner »

Hey,

There was a Jet Airways Boeing 737-700 at Brussels a few weeks ago, but I guess this was just a technical stop on a ferryflight. This aircraft left BRU on 11/8.

grtz

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Post by LX-LGX »

Good news: the AOC has been extended again for 2 years (last time, it was only for 6 months).

Source : Flemish financial newspaper De Tijd (16/09), quoting Hans Van Halemeersch (Jetair/JAF)

http://www.tijd.be/nieuws/ondernemingen ... Id=3209161

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Post by callingostend »

I heard that the 737-700 will replace the Fokker100 before the summer season

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Post by KrisLHT »

The Jet airways 737-700 was in Brussels just as a presentation.
Aircraft was brand new and just came from the states i believe!

Interior and exterior were really goodlooking...
But all that has nothing to do with Jetairfly, totally different topic :)

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Post by rut-her »

KrisLHT wrote:The Jet airways 737-700 was in Brussels just as a presentation.
Aircraft was brand new and just came from the states i believe!

Interior and exterior were really goodlooking...
But all that has nothing to do with Jetairfly, totally different topic :)
Already 2 B737-700's from Jet Airways (9W, JAI) visited BRU. VT-JGZ and VT-JGX. They made a fuelstop in BRU on the way from Seattle to Delhi.

The name is quite confusing, but this has nothing to do with Jetairfly (TB, JAF).
The source wikipedia isn't reliable at all!!

Greetz,
Rutger

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Post by KrisLHT »

rut-her wrote: Already 2 B737-700's from Jet Airways (9W, JAI) visited BRU. VT-JGZ and VT-JGX. They made a fuelstop in BRU on the way from Seattle to Delhi.

The name is quite confusing, but this has nothing to do with Jetairfly (TB, JAF).
The source wikipedia isn't reliable at all!!

Greetz,
Rutger
So i missed the second one :oops:
Was it also in front of the lufthansa hangar for a few days or not?

And indeed: never trust wikipedia :idea:

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Post by rut-her »

KrisLHT wrote: So i missed the second one :oops:
Was it also in front of the lufthansa hangar for a few days or not?
Yep, arrival 29/08 1100lt, departure 30/08 1600lt.

Greetz,
Rutger

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Post by Andries »

Spotter 22 wrote:I read this on the nl Wikipedia article of 'Jetairfly' :
"De nieuwe 737-700 is reeds in Brussel (Ex jet airways)." (translation: "The new 737-700 is already in Brussels").
Is that correct? Is it allready flying? Pics or info anyone?
Thanks :)
Wikipedia is 'open-source' which means anyone can put anything on it. If I want to post on wikipedia that Brussels Airlines will take over Jet Airways, then I surely could. It's not because it's on the internet that its true ...

At this time NO new aircraft for TUI at EBBR.

Greetz,

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Andries wrote:Wikipedia is 'open-source' which means anyone can put anything on it. If I want to post on wikipedia that Brussels Airlines will take over Jet Airways, then I surely could. It's not because it's on the internet that its true ...
At this time NO new aircraft for TUI at EBBR.
But a reference is given about the 737-700 on wikipedia in this article-> http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/globes/ ... 14&fid=942:?: :?: :shock: Don't know what to think about it?

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Spotter 22 wrote:
Andries wrote:Wikipedia is 'open-source' which means anyone can put anything on it. If I want to post on wikipedia that Brussels Airlines will take over Jet Airways, then I surely could. It's not because it's on the internet that its true ...
At this time NO new aircraft for TUI at EBBR.
But a reference is given about the 737-700 on wikipedia in this article-> http://www.globes.co.il/serveen/globes/ ... 14&fid=942:?: :?: :shock: Don't know what to think about it?
Don't always believe what you read in press articles. Some journalists really don't have any about aviation. Just like a few years ago, we could read about the Boeing A380 ... :?

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Post by Spotter 22 »

true :) :roll: a 737 becomes a 747 easily and vice versa in paper articles...

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