Denny's Airlines was founded on January 17, 2006 and serves many destinations in Europe.
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|Boeing 737 MAX 8||0||15|
Denny's Airlines fleet renewal plan involves 737-800s older then 12 years to be phased out. Denny's Airlines operate Europe's second largest fleet of Boeing 737 aircraft. Denny's Airlines planes are completely orange. The lettering for Denny's is in white. The airline has placed orders for 15 Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft that are due for delivery starting July 2018, these 15 will replace older Boeing 737-800s. The airline plans to have all of it's Boeing 737-800s retired by 2035. The 2 Boeing 737-900ERs are leased and should be retired by 2021.
Former Fleet Edit
In it's history, Denny Airlines has sent 19 Boeing 737-800 series to Mojave Desert airplane boneyard and they have sold 29.
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In-flight Service Edit
All of Denny's Airlines Boeing 737-800 except for DN-RTN have seatback entertainment with TV shows, new-release movies. Denny's Airlines offers customer average amounts of legroom and seat pitch. On flights over 1 hour, beverages and snacks are offered and on flights over 4 hours, meals are offered.
Denny's Airline has had 1 incident leading to 1 injury.
Denny's Airline Flight 647 on July 19, 2007, from Milan-Malpensa to London-Heathrow was evacuated on the tarmac at Malpensa International Airport after a bomb threat was called in. The unidentified caller called the airport and said the Denny's Airline Flight 647 will have a bomb explode in 7 minutes. The air traffic controllers had the aircraft evacuated. The aircraft was moved as far away from the terminal as possible. There was no bomb aboard the aircraft. A passenger was injured on the evacuation slide.
Denny's Airlines Flight 1108 on January 9, 2016, from Paris-CDG to London-Gatwick clipped the wingtip of another 737. No injuries were reported.
Denny's Airline Flight 602 on December 13, 2016, from London-Heathrow to Amsterdam-Schipol suffered an onboard fire after a passenger started smoking in the lavatory, he threw his half smoked cigarette into the garbage, which caught fire. The fire was extinguished, but the cabin did fill with smoke. The aircraft landed at Schipol airport, where 4 passengers and 2 crew members were sent to hospital.