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Author Topic: World's First Boeing 737 is now the last flying at Dragonfly  (Read 92 times)

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World's First Boeing 737 is now the last flying at Dragonfly
« on: November 22, 2020, 07:43:31 AM »
MILAN - Two decades after introducing the world to the Boeing 737, Dragonfly has retired its fleet and introduced the Airbus A320 to the skies over Italy. As we wait for Airbus to deliver more planes, we decided to give the world's first 737, registered I-BSAA, a victory lap around Italy.

"After twenty years and thirty thousand flights, carrying more than three million passengers safely to their destinations all over the Mediterranean, she's earned her retirement," said Dragonfly's CEO, Cardinal.

The last flight of I-BSAA is scheduled to be DF2076 from Cyprus to Milan, on Saturday the 10th of September 1988. It is scheduled to arrive in Milan at 11:00pm local time.


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