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Old Feb 21, 08, 3:35 am
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Originally Posted by HB-IWC View Post
There are currently quite restrictive capacity restraints placed on the JRO AMS sectors throughout the summer because KLM is contemplating to anyway operate the route with MD11 instead of the planned B772ER.
Why is KLM contemplating this? Are the bookings low or does it has something to do with the need of the 772ER on other stations which really need the capacity and/or the range.

If KLM changes the Tanzania triangle to an MD11 operation does this mean that KLM will further push forward the PTV and new WBC refit or will the plane simply be sourced from another station where then the 772ER will be deployed in place.

A bit of topic but how are normally the loads and yield on the Tanzania triangle both in the high as the low season.
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