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SAS Progresses With Plan To Phase Out MD-80s By Year-End
August 19, 2013
SAS is on track to phase out its fleet of McDonnell Douglas MD-80 aircraft by the end of the year, and has finalized the delivery of 12 MD-82/83/87s and 12 spare Pratt & Whitney JT8D-217C/219 engines to Allegiant Air and its subsidiaries. The sale to the U.S. low-cost carrier was agreed in April...
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