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SAS Scandinavian Airlines - Aircraft Configuration

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Hello.

 

I am looking for the aircraft configuration for SAS Scandinavian Airlines' newer 737.800. In particular LN-RGC.

 

If there's someone who can help me out, feel free to contact me. Thanks for any help. :rolleyes:

 

Best regards,

 

 

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Hello.

 

I am looking for the aircraft configuration for SAS Scandinavian Airlines' newer 737.800. In particular LN-RGC.

 

If there's someone who can help me out, feel free to contact me. Thanks for any help. :rolleyes:

 

Best regards,

If you are talking about the seating configuration there is no way it canbe changed.

 

Michael Cubine

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I am pretty sure he is talking cockpit conf...

 

Christian - I'll take a look, but I am afraid I don't have any friends at NAX flightline...

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Indeed, I am talking about the aircraft cockpit configuration and not the seating configuration.

 

Peter; thank you very much! Just to be clear, I am looking for SAS and not NAX (Norwegian Air Shuttle). But if you stumble across a good source for NAX I would not decline it. :smile:

 

In the meantime I have added three more SAS aircraft to my list: LN-RPX (600), LN-RRB and LN-RRM (both 700s).

 

Best regards,

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There are a couple SAS flightdeck videos on YouTube, maybe you should contact the uploaders and hope they can provide you with the information you need. 

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For the ones who are not aware and therefore for the sake of curiosity which are the specific cockpit configurations of newer SAS 737 ng ?

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Peter; thank you very much! Just to be clear, I am looking for SAS and not NAX (Norwegian Air Shuttle). But if you stumble across a good source for NAX I would not decline it.

 

Ah! My bad, seen LN though NAX automatically. SAS unfortunately I am pretty sure I cannot help you.

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When I fly with SAS I ususally visit the cockpit at the end and what I have noticed is that all SAS planes have very different equipment on board. There are all kinds of versions in the SAS fleet: SAS Sweden, SAS Norway, SAS Denmark, Ex Braathens, ... I asked the pilots about standard configuration and they say that it is very different from plane to plane. A few things that I know though is that they have carbon brakes, no brake temp, they have HUD, very few have VSD, no airstairs, ISFD standby instruments, Navigation performance scales visible. I have seen both MCP types in the planes. 

 

All this is very random info and might be wrong but it fits at least few SAS planes.

I know that you are looking for specific aircraft but I can not help you with that.

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The older B737-600 and B737-800 seems to have Collins A/P but all pictures I've seen they have ISFD, supose they were delivered with analogue standbyinstruments and have been changed then.

 

Regards

Johnny

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I've spent some time looking into SAS 737 cockpit configs, and found a few commonalities:

 

1) ex Braathens-fleet (B737s regged LN-TU*) are mostly still with

-Honeywell MCP, analog stby instruments, 100kt bug, V2+20 bug, no AOA, no GS, radio alt at the bottom of the PFD, TRK up, no range rings, no VSD, no VOR lines, no RNP/ANP, round fuel dials, Kilograms, Oil in quarts, no info on brake temp or FCS display; callouts are 1000/500/50/40/30/20/10/PLUS HUNDRED, MINIMUMS

 

2) frames delivered in recent years (like LN-RG* series)

-AOA dial, pitch limit flags on PFD, still TRK up, RNP/ANP, FCS display, fuel total display, callouts seem the same. I'm still figuring out on this one. 

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Christian- Thrilled to see you back in the saddle!  Hope all is well.... will your Dropbox be functional once more, soon?

Best- C

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7 hours ago, lasnubes said:

Christian- Thrilled to see you back in the saddle!  Hope all is well.... will your Dropbox be functional once more, soon?

Best- C

It's a thread dug up from 2013 :)

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