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When the 737 is a type, the 737-700 (IATA: 73G) and 737-800 (IATA: 738) are sub-types. They have different capacities and differing weights. Other documents will use the word "variants" where your document uses "subtypes". Related info here.


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At my carrier, there are no rules along the lines asked about; the rules that apply are generated by the Schedule Planning department, and will change as they see fit. They produce many schedules each year, and how much "this" one differs from the previous one depends on lots of factors regarding fleets and markets and priorities. Some things are ...


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