I've just been reading about how Qantas is going to upgrade their 737-800's with the new Interior design known as "Project Amber".

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kenner

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I've just been reading about how Qantas is going to upgrade their

737-800's with the new Interior design known as "Project Amber". I'm wondering if they are going to upgrade their 737-400's. If not is it still possible to upgrade 737-400 aircraft to the new interior design? I'm thinking it might not be possible because of the different window shapes.

aero-seat

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I might be wrong but I thought Qantas was trying to sell their B737-400s for an unreasonable $20,000 last year.

johnaboxall

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aero-seat/James when you come up with statements like this, could you please provide a source?

David

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Heath Tecna, the people behind 'Project Amber' (which, as you mention, Qantas will trial later this year) say "Project Amber is a pivot bin interior that is designed to replace the OEM interior on Boeing 737s and 757s" – they don't break out specific variants, but either way, Qantas has made no mention of rolling this out beyond the trial installation into a single 737-800.

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