Blue Air 737-400 YR-BAS

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YR-BAS, 737-400, Blue Air, Luton 5/5/16.

Blue Air of Romania is one of the few operators still operating 737 Classics on passenger services in Europe. This particular aircraft was built in September 1992 and saw service with Lufthansa, Sun Express, GOAL, Air One, Air Italy and City Airways before joining Blue in 2014.

By late 2019 Blue Air were operating 11 Classics (all three series -3/4/500's) and 12 737-800s. They hope to retire all of the Classic's in 2020 and start to acquire MAX's.

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*** Updated 23 Nov 2020 ***

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