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How Old Are the Aircraft Flown by Selected Airlines?

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Most online airline-booking services will indicate the type of aircraft when you are making a reservation. Here are the average ages of the fleets for selected airlines, along with the average ages of the aircraft in those fleets:

 Airline Aircraft Avg. Age
 Air Canada/Jazz 9.0
  Airbus A319 9.7
  Airbus A320 14.7
  Airbus A321  5.8
  Airbus A330-300 7.2
  Airbus A340-300 9.8
  Boeing 767-200 20.7
  Boeing 767-300 14.4
  Boeing 777-200 0.3
  Boeing 777-300 0.6
  Embraer 190 (ERJ 190) 0.9
  Embraer 175 (ERJ 175) 2.3
     
Air Wisconsin   7.0
     
AirTran   4.0
  Boeing 717 5.3
  Boeing 737 1.9
     
Alaska   8.3
  Boeing 737-400 12.4
  Boeing 737-400C 15.3
  Boeing 737-400F 8.8
  Boeing 737-700 7.0 
  Boeing 737-800 1.1
  Boeing 737-900 5.4
  Douglas MD-80  15.1
     
Allegiant Air   17.8
     
American Airlines 15
  Airbus A300-600R 18
  Boeing 737-800 8
  Boeing 757-200 13
  Boeing 767-200 ER 21
  Boeing 767-300 ER 14
  Boeing 777-200 ER 7
  Douglas MD-80 18
     
 American Eagle    8
   Bombardier CRJ-700  5
   Embraer 135  8
   Embraer 140  5
   Embraer 145  5
   Super ATR  14
   Saab 340B/340B Plus  15
     
Atlantic Southeast   6.5
     
Chautauqua Airlines   5.9
     
Colgan   16.4
     
Comair   8.5
     
Compass   0.2
     
Continental Airlines* 10
  Boeing 737-300 21.2
  Boeing 737-500 11.8
  Boeing 737-700 9.0
  Boeing 737-800 6.5
  Boeing 737-900 6.3
  Boeing 757-200 10.9
  Boeing 757-300 5.3
  Boeing 767-200 ER 6.8
  Boeing 767-400 ER 6.3
  Boeing 777-200 ER 7.6
     
 Delta Airlines 12.4
  Boeing 737-800 7.2
  Boeing 757-200 16.3
  Boeing 757-200 ER 10.0
  Boeing 767-300 16.9
  Boeing 767-300 ER 11.9
  Boeing 767-400 ER 6.8
  Boeing 777-200 ER 7.9
  Bombardier CRJ-100 10.3
  Bombardier CRJ-200 5.2
  Bombardier CRJ-700 4.2
  Bombardier CRJ-900 0.2
  Douglas MD-88 17.5
  Douglas MD-90 12.1
     
ExpressJet   6.1
     
Frontier Airlines  3.8
  Airbus A318  
  Airbus A319  
     
Hawaii    9.7 
     
Horizon   5.9 
  Bombardier Q200 10.2
  Bombardier Q400 4.0
  Bombardier CRJ-700 5.5
     
JetBlue   3.1
  Airbus A320 3.6
  Embraer 190 1.5
     
Mesa Airlines   6.8
     
Midwest Airlines   10.6 
     
Northwest Airlines 17.5
  Airbus A319 5.8
  Airbus A320 13
  Airbus A330-200 2.7
  Airbus A330-300 2.3
  Boeing 747-400 14.1
  Boeing 757-200 16.5
  Boeing 757-300 4.8
  Douglas DC-9 35.6
     
Piedmont Airlines   17.2
     
Pinnacle   4.5
     
Republic   2.0 
     
Shuttle America   2.5

 

   
Southwest Airlines  9.4
  Boeing 737-300 16.7
  Boeing 737-500 16.7
  Boeing 737-700 4.2
     
Spirit   3.3 
   
United Airlines  13
  Airbus A319-100 8
  Airbus A320-200 10
  Boeing 737-300 19
  Boeing 737-500 16
  Boeing 747-400 12
  Boeing 757-200 16
  Boeing 767-300 13 
  Boeing 777-200 9
     
US Airways 11.9
  Airbus A319 7.2
  Airbus A320 9.7
  Airbus A321 6.5
  Airbus A330-300 7.3
  Boeing 737-300 19.7
  Boeing 737-400 17.8
  Boeing 757-200  17.8
  Boeing 767-200 18.4
  Embraer 190 (ERJ 190) 0.5
     
 US Airways (Regional)   10.8
  CRJ-200 3.8
  CRJ-700 3.3
  DeHavilland Dash 8-100 17.2
  DeHavilland Dash 8-300 16.3
     
Virgin America   1.0

* Does not include regional subsidiaries
Sources: Airline annual reports,
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