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Frontiers June 2013 Issue

Airlines in France that operate Boeing jetliners BOEING FRONTIERS / JUNE 2013 33 Headquarters: Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport 74 Boeing airplanes in service Passenger fleet: Seven 747-400s, 25 777-200ERs (Extended Range) and 37 777-300ERs Cargo fleet: Three 747-400 Freighters, two 777-200Fs (Note: The data above refer to Air France only—not the full Air France–KLM fleet.) Air France has four 777s on order, and the Air France–KLM Group has 25 787-9s on order. Headquarters: Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport Fleet: 19 Boeing airplanes in service, including 13 737-300QCs (Quick Change), two 737-300Fs, two 737-400Fs and two 737-700s Transavia France (60 percent owned by Air France, 40 percent by Transavia Airlines in the Netherlands) Headquarters: Paris–Orly Airport Fleet: 11 Boeing 737-800s in service (Note: The airline plans to expand its fleet with three Next-Generation 737-800s by 2014. See Page 11.) Corsair International (owned by TUI) Headquarters: Rungis, France, with main base at Paris–Orly Airport Fleet: Three 747-400s in service Headquarters: Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport Fleet: Three 737-800s in service Headquarters: Juillan, France– Tarbes-Lourdes-Pyrenees Airport Fleet: One 737-500 in service Open Skies (a French subsidiary of British Airways) Headquarters: Rungis, France, with main base at Paris–Orly Airport Fleet: Three 757-200s in service


Frontiers June 2013 Issue
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