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737 Classics at Heraklion

Heraklion (LGIR) 31 Oct 2018. I taxyed past a line up of three 737s and had to double check that these were actually Classics - two -300s and a -400. It is becoming increasingly rare to see Classics these days let alone three in a line.

The aircraft are (L-R):

  • 9H-AJW, 737-300, Bluebird, 28733/2969, FF Dec 1998, Ex Air New Zealand and various others
  • SX-MAI, 737-400, Air Mediterranee, 24901/1854, FF May 1990, Ex Hapag Lloyd and various others.
  • 9H-TAS, 737-300, Bluebird, 24770/1941, FF Oct 1990, Ex Philippine Airlines for 16 years and various other airlines.

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*** Updated 23 Nov 2020 ***

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