The number of Boeing 737 Classics classified as stored has increased by nearly 19% since the end of 2012, the Aviation Week Intelligence Network Fleets database shows. Data show 198 stored Classics as of April 30: 107 Boeing 737-300s (four for which are freighters), 47 Boeing 737-400s and 44 Boeing 737-500s. That is an increase from the 161 classified as stored as of the end of 2012. Since the end of 2012, the number of Classics classified as stored has risen from 30 to 44 for the ...
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