Scramble World Airline Fleets 2017
Already the fourth edition of the Scramble World Airline Fleets lies in front of you. A lot of hard work has gone into compiling this year’s publication by the editorial team these past few months. We stuck to the same format with binder and protective covers front and back to take this book along on your travels across the globe.
A lot of changes have taken place since last year or are in the process of taking place. For instance, Boeing has decided not to use customer codes anymore on the 737NG, 747, 767 and 777 production line to bring them more in line with the designations used on the 737 Max and 787 production. So no more 737-8K5, 767-3S2FER or 777-36NER, but just 737-800, 767-300F or 777-300ER. These designations are shown in the official registers and are effective from the following line numbers: 6082 (737NG), 1534 (747), 1102 (767) and 1422 (777). Another big change from last year’s edition is that we have combined the South American airlines AVIANCA and LATAM and have put them under Colombia and Chile respectively like SAS that can be found under Sweden. All information you find in this issue of SWAF is current up to 15 March 2017.
Once again we have enjoyed putting this publication together and sincerely hope you enjoy it too!