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    V1 (Guest)

    #21
    RE: The future of the 757

    Point taken. I must have out of date info, as I have a fleet list of Condor, and they have got quite a few -200's in their fleet.

    I think Airbus has well and truly killed the 757 in terms of sales. I like the A320 series very much, and so do the airlines by the look of things. As was mentioned in an earlier post, BA are replacing their 757's with a mix of '320 variants (although not the 321, as far as I know) and the likes of United are building up large fleets.

    Say mate, you know your stuff!

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      keltic (Guest)

      #22
      RE: The future of the 757

      Good news for V1 and all the B757 lovers, theres a new start up in Spain using B757-300 (from Arkia), called South Atlantic airways.

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      • Airforce1
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        • Jan 2000
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        #23
        RE: The future of the 757

        Singapore used to operate B-757 until mid-80s than it replaced it along with A-300 with A-310.

        Few airlines in Latin and South America operate B-757 and N.America is full of big B-757 operates along with China that is PR.

        But I still have to admit that its is the most attractive and slick airliner along with MD-11.

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