DAP Mineral Airways has withdrawn the latest Boeing 737-200 from its fleet
Can you imagine that there are still Boeing 737-200 aircraft in commercial service? It is true that their number is decreasing, but it exists. These aircraft have been in the 30 for years since they left the factory gate. One of them, Boeing 737-200 (CC-AAG) DAP Mineral Airways, was withdrawn from operational service.
On Friday, 12 July 2019, DAP Mineral Airways operated the last commercial flight with Boeing 737-200 (CC-AAG). It was on the Santiago (SCL) - El Salvador route.
The latest Boeing 737-200 DAP Mineral Airways
But aviation sources said in the international press that this plane, the Boeing 737-200 (CC-AAG), will arrive at an airline in Alaska. The other 2 Boeing 737-200 aircraft - CC-ABD (msn 22736) and CC-CTK (msn 22402) - were dismantled.
The Boeing 737-200 DAP Mineral Airways aircraft were used by mining companies to transport personnel between Santiago and cities in northern Chile. At the same time, they have operated charter flights for football teams.
DAP Mineral Airways will continue to operate BAe146 / Avro RJ charter flights.
Returning to Boeing 737-200 (CC-AAG), the plane is 32.1 years old. It was manufactured in 1987 and flew in the fleets of Delta Air Lines, Sky Airline and DAP Mineral Airways (from 2014).