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Stefanos_N

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Hello People, This is a Topic where you can discuss and share your Fictional Airline's retired aircraft stories. Whether they merged with an other airline or that they unfortunately had to be decommissioned and scrapped for parts. They are all amazing stories to tell. Here's an example of what happened to SX-HAT, a Boeing 777-300ER that was part of my Airline Hellenic Airlines for 7 years.

 

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POTKC

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I like the idea, but 777-300BCF?



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Stefanos_N

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I like the idea, but 777-300BCF?

i noticed it after i posted. i will change it to a 777-200BCF



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http://www.airline-e...t-from-service/

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Stefanos_N

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http://www.airline-e...t-from-service/


Hellenic Airlines is also about to end 747-400 flights

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Planetary Airlines is sad to announce the retirement of their 767 fleet. These aircraft served us well in their 30 year career. These aircraft will be replaced by the incoming 787s, and mark the end for such a historic aircraft. The last flight will be from San Francisco to Honolulu, departing at 7:56 Pacific time. People onboard the last flight will get a model of the aircraft and a wine glass saying; Goodbye 767. We have also brought in a new livery for our fleet:

 

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