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    Senior Member moose135's Avatar
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    No, the LOT 767 did not return to service. Often times, it's not a question of whether the aircraft can be repaired, but whether it is economically worth repairing it.

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    I didn't say in-service... I said flew again
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    The latest update from the local paper is that the Southwest 737 is destined to be scrapped. It's only being held at the port of albany until litigation is settled.

    http://www.timesunion.com/business/a...ap-5187232.php

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    Is it still there? It could take up to a year for the litigation and the investigation.

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    Yep, still there. I can see the top of the tail out of my office window.

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    I was across the street from the storage site this week. The are disassembling it where it sits. Tail and engines are now gone.

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