Re: Air France 767-300?

From:         rna@leland.Stanford.EDU (Robert Ashcroft)
Organization: Stanford University, CA 94305, USA
Date:         02 Apr 94 00:20:11 PST
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In article <airliners.1994.1105@orchard.chicago.com>,
Andrew Sapuntzakis <andrewsa@comm.mot.com> wrote:
>  Air France has quit a few Boeing planes, including 737s (-200, -300, ... ?)
>and 747s. Some of these are used for cargo service (e.g. Aeropostale), but I'm
>pretty sure they are also used for passengers.
>
>  I believe that a very diverse fleet is one of the reasons for AF's financial
>woes - they have to maintain so many dissimilar aircraft types!

Often for political reasons.  The French govt forced Air Inter to accept
A330s (which are far too large for the domestic routes) and wouldn't let
them take F100s (which is what they really want).

Air Inter is the AF-controlled domestic carrier.

RNA