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Old 28th Aug 2016, 00:28
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The first 734 freighter looks to be G-DOCY which was retired from the BA fleet back in January last year.
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any update about the 737 fleet, route and ACMI contract?

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Old 21st Feb 2017, 21:26
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Any Info guys about the upcoming summer season contracts, routes for the 737??
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Old 21st Feb 2017, 21:50
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Where is the 734F planned to be operated?


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Is that true so far, 2 733 QC and 1 734F?( speaking about the 737)
And What about the night mail operation ?
IS the roster of the 737 more stable in any way?..something running on regular basis?
and how many hours per month minimum during summer season?
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Old 21st Feb 2017, 23:31
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I understand that Jettime have handed a -400F back which is currently in store at Lasham.
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Any more info /update Buster about the others 733 operations?
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Old 23rd Feb 2017, 17:12
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Titan's web site states the B737 will do a summer Sunday service to Zadar, Croatia on behalf of Neilson
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Old 23rd Feb 2017, 21:55
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Regarding Royal Mail: West Atlantic now holds the contract but I believe they are retaining the services of Titan until at least August.
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Old 24th Feb 2017, 19:57
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Jethro's has the B734-436F down as being G-POWP. ex-N844AU
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Old 24th Feb 2017, 21:18
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G-POWP was indeed once G-DOCY of BA.
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Old 25th Feb 2017, 22:33
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Any update on whether Titan are going to add more Airbus aircraft to the fleet before the summer?. I believe a A319, A321 and A330 have all been rumoured to be joining the fleet but cant find any further info.
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Old 26th Feb 2017, 06:11
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No A330 on their AOC yet.
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Old 26th Feb 2017, 08:11
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Originally Posted by Buster the Bear
G-POWP was indeed once G-DOCY of BA.
The same lessor has a second, newly-converted, ex-BA -436(F), presumably also intended for Titan.
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Old 26th Feb 2017, 10:03
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I don't think an A330 will be arriving this year, a pro-Boeing ethos seems to be returning instead of a full 100% Airbus fleet.

Latest rumour is a Letter of Intent to purchase an ex-BA A318, LCY cleared, 30 odd seater type...
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Old 26th Feb 2017, 13:00
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737-400 G-POWP passing Preston inbound to Stansted on delivery https://fr24.com/2017-02-26/14:00/12x/GPOWP/c934435
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Latest rumour is a Letter of Intent to purchase an ex-BA A318, LCY cleared, 30 odd seater type...
I had heard rumours that IAG were intending selling one of the A318's over the next couple of months. It will be interesting to see what they do when it comes to the Cabin layout. Titan may find it very challenging to find companies wanting to lease the A318 if it was to remain in the 32J BA configuration.

Personally I think Titan would likely refit the aircraft with a with anywhere between a 128Y or 132Y high density all economy layout similar to what they have done with the A320's and the A321 they have added over last couple of years. This would make it far easier to lease to other airlines. Does anyone know if the aircraft would still be cleared for LCY ops if a high density cabin was fitted?.

A 128Y+ configuration would mean the A318 would be able to carry the same number of pax as Titan's ageing 130Y config 737-300's. Could the aircraft be lined up to replace one of them?.
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Or they could leave the interior in place and use it when (if) BA need a sub on the JFK run. Plus corporate charters will find a need for it no doubt.
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Originally Posted by BAladdy
Personally I think Titan would likely refit the aircraft with a with anywhere between a 128Y or 132Y high density all economy layout similar to what they have done with the A320's and the A321 they have added over last couple of years. This would make it far easier to lease to other airlines. Does anyone know if the aircraft would still be cleared for LCY ops if a high density cabin was fitted?
That sounds more likely than leaving the aircraft as is and severely restricting the market.

Whether it would be usable at LCY remains to be seen - clearly it could carry more than BA's 32 pax out of there at the expense of fuel while still remaining within the current TOW limit. Landing there with 100+ pax might be a different story.

But then there's no reason why they would necessarily care about serving LCY.
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G-POWP turned-up on the Belfast mail run last night.
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