Stockholm, Sweeden - Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) carried out the last commercial flight on Nov.30 with a Boeing 737-600.
The aircraft with registration LN-RPG flew from Stockholm to Oslo via Copenhagen. The three Scandinavian capitals of which SAS acts as the flag carrier. The pilots drew the number 600 in the air near Gothenburg before landing at Oslo International Airport.
SAS was the last European operator to fly the 737-600. The carrier operated 29 Boeing 737-600 over time. They were now replaced with the Airbus' newer generation single-aisle jets, A320neos.
The chubby looking -600 is the smallest model of the 737's Next Generation series. Like in the case of the Airbus A318, it has never been a success story.
Boeing has sold only 69 copies. The last 737-600 left the final assembly line in 2006. Airlines preferred to fly with the larger and more efficient 737-700, -800 and -900 variants of the NG Family.
SAS LN-RPG Boeing 737-600