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Topic: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: virginvsbritish
Posted 2011-11-25 16:51:14 and read 7641 times.

For Wikipedia is not always true, I would appreciate some help in finding carriers with previous service to Dulles. I know the obvious ones, such as Independence Air (before they collapsed), Alitalia, and BMI, but I am pretty oblivious to some others. Have there ever been any Eastern European carriers (besides Turkish, when operates now)? Any help would be fantastic. Thanks!

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: aa1818
Posted 2011-11-25 17:24:47 and read 7575 times.

BWIA...(now Caribbean Airlines)...used to fly POS-IAD and POS-TAB-IAD I believe.

There are rumours of BW resuming service possibly in 2012.

AA1818

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: GRUIAD
Posted 2011-11-25 17:48:52 and read 7496 times.

Not too many Eastern European carriers besides Aeroflot, which still serves IAD.

Transbrasil once operated IAD-BRB
VARIG operated IAD-ATL-GRU
USAfrica IAD-JNB
Spanair IAD-MAD
Pakistan IAD-FRA?-KHI
JAL IAD-NRT
Air India IAD-JFK-DEL
Sabena IAD-BRU
Swissair IAD-ZRH and IAD-BOS-ZRH
LAB IAD-VVI

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: The777Man
Posted 2011-11-25 17:57:05 and read 7464 times.

Also

AZ IAD-MXP and AI IAD-JFK-DEL

The777Man

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: aviateur
Posted 2011-11-25 18:12:32 and read 7430 times.

I was going to say Ghana Airways.

But that was BWI, not IAD!


How about VIASA, the old Venezuelan airline?


PS

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: virginvsbritish
Posted 2011-11-25 18:19:31 and read 7411 times.

Oh, I remember the short-lived AI service. It is a shame that went away.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: RWA380
Posted 2011-11-25 18:26:00 and read 7388 times.

Wasn't that USAfrica an M11? Didn't that have an enroute fueling stop? I thought so, but can't remember where.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: bohica
Posted 2011-11-25 18:28:56 and read 7374 times.

LAB IAD-MIA-LPB
Carnival Air Lines IAD-FLL
Air Ukraine IAD-Kiev I can't remember where it stopped though.
Eastwind GSO-IAD-TTN

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: virginvsbritish
Posted 2011-11-25 18:29:44 and read 7374 times.

The fueling stop, if I am correct, was in the Cape Verde Islands

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: airontario
Posted 2011-11-25 18:35:13 and read 7337 times.

Air Canada Jazz used to operate YOW-IAD and YUL-IAD. Those were terminated in early 2011. Now all Air Canada/Jazz flights to Washington operate to DCA.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: cipango
Posted 2011-11-25 18:37:58 and read 7327 times.

EI served DUB-IAD and ended service not too long ago. However they still operate IAD-MAD on behalf of UA.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: WeAreUnited
Posted 2011-11-25 18:44:41 and read 7297 times.

Alaska (AS) to Seattle. The flight was a red-eye from Seattle with an early morning return back to Seattle. I believe it operated from the C councourse. Service ended in 2005.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: IADLHR
Posted 2011-11-25 18:47:38 and read 7296 times.

Quoting virginvsbritish (Reply 5):

Oh, I remember the short-lived AI service. It is a shame that went away.

How long did the AI service last?

Also, Ozark flew into IAD back in the late 60s to the mid to late 70s, before it moved to BWI.

[Edited 2011-11-25 18:49:39]

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: RWA380
Posted 2011-11-25 19:01:26 and read 7237 times.

Didn't Western serve IAD at one time? Also didn't they tag DCA with that at one time or another?

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: lawair
Posted 2011-11-25 21:09:07 and read 7069 times.

Back in 2001 Air Jamaica once announced IAD-MBJ...not sure if that ever happened though.

Qantas also did IAD to SYD via LAX, I believe...

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: washingtonian
Posted 2011-11-25 21:11:34 and read 7073 times.

Quoting lawair (Reply 14):
Qantas also did IAD to SYD via LAX, I believe...

When was this?!

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: gocaps16
Posted 2011-11-25 21:40:31 and read 7028 times.

Quoting lawair (Reply 14):
Qantas also did IAD to SYD via LAX, I believe...

I believe it was codeshare flight on AA's IAD-LAX.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: AeroWesty
Posted 2011-11-25 21:50:40 and read 7000 times.

New York Air.


(Filler, filler, filler.)

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: PExDCA
Posted 2011-11-25 22:13:24 and read 6958 times.

PEOPLExpress used to fly IAD-EWR and IAD-MIA back in the mid-1980's. Fares to EWR were as low as $19 on some flights and as low as $49 on the MIA flights.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: SierraAir
Posted 2011-11-25 22:18:27 and read 6946 times.

Quoting RWA380 (Reply 13):
idn't Western serve IAD at one time? Also didn't they tag DCA with that at one time or another?

Western operated SLC-IAD-DCA to get around the perimeter restrictions at DCA.

America West also did something similar, operating DCA to places like OMA, DSM and CMH.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: MEL
Posted 2011-11-25 22:23:42 and read 6929 times.

Air Canada IAD-YVR with A319s during summer months.
ATA operated 757-200s IAD-MDW after 9/11
Midwest Express operated DC-9s to MCI
Legend flew DC-9-30s IAD-DAL
America West operated to several cities
PIA routing was 747-200s YYZ-IAD-FRA-Pakistan
Allegro flew 727s to CUN I believe

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: AA737-823
Posted 2011-11-25 22:32:55 and read 6916 times.

Quoting MEL (Reply 20):
Legend flew DC-9-30s IAD-DAL

Indeed. Best flights I've ever taken in my life. What I wouldn't give for them to have survived...

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: SurfandSnow
Posted 2011-11-25 23:11:08 and read 6873 times.

Quoting WeAreUnited (Reply 11):
Alaska (AS) to Seattle. The flight was a red-eye from Seattle with an early morning return back to Seattle. I believe it operated from the C councourse. Service ended in 2005.

Yes, I do remember AS serving both DCA and IAD back then. I presume they dropped IAD the moment they got the beyond-perimeter slot for a second daily SEA-DCA service.

Another domestic carrier that served IAD was the ill-fated N7 (to LAS).

Let's not forget that FL will soon join this list, when their IAD-ATL flights are terminated next summer.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: RWA380
Posted 2011-11-25 23:45:47 and read 6845 times.

Of course the infamous BN/BA-AF concorde inter-change service routed via IAD.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: chootie
Posted 2011-11-26 02:27:14 and read 6746 times.

If I recall correctly,

Bahamasair used to have an old 737 flying to NAS mid to late 90´s

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: spokemd
Posted 2011-11-26 04:13:08 and read 6862 times.

Let's not forget Presidential Airways which was based at Dulles

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: virginvsbritish
Posted 2011-11-26 05:01:33 and read 6830 times.

Quoting airontario (Reply 9):
Air Canada Jazz used to operate YOW-IAD and YUL-IAD.

Yes, I remember that. I flew that route from YOW-IAD back in 2010. It's a pity that now the Jazz services have moved to DCA, now its a longer drive to see them
 

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: planeguy727
Posted 2011-11-26 05:07:15 and read 6920 times.

IIRC - valujet served IAD prior to the airTran merger

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: virginvsbritish
Posted 2011-11-26 06:02:16 and read 6848 times.

Quoting lawair (Reply 14):
Back in 2001 Air Jamaica once announced IAD-MBJ...not sure if that ever happened though.

Really? Hmm..that's interesting. I don't think that ever happened..

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: IADLHR
Posted 2011-11-26 06:46:02 and read 6629 times.

Quoting SierraAir (Reply 19):
America West also did something similar, operating DCA to places like OMA, DSM and CMH.

Are you sure about that? OMA, DSM, and CMH are not outside the perimeter rule at DCA. There were dozens of times, IO flew DCA-OMA on America West and it was always non stop.

In fact, at some point, Western Airlines, even flew OMA-DCA.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: af773atmsp
Posted 2011-11-26 07:31:49 and read 6330 times.

SY used to fly MSP-IAD, but they switched to MSP-LAN-DCA service.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: OzarkD9S
Posted 2011-11-26 08:12:13 and read 6093 times.

Quoting IADLHR (Reply 29):


Are you sure about that? OMA, DSM, and CMH are not outside the perimeter rule at DCA. There were dozens of times, IO flew DCA-OMA on America West and it was always non stop.

SierraAir is correct. The idea of those flights were to get pax to LAS and PHX, which were outside the perimeter. Once the perimeter exemption slots were granted to LAS and PHX, the need to stop inside the perimeter was eliminated.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: lawair
Posted 2011-11-26 08:15:48 and read 6084 times.

Quoting washingtonian (Reply 15):
Quoting lawair (Reply 14):
Qantas also did IAD to SYD via LAX, I believe...

When was this?!
Quoting gocaps16 (Reply 16):
I believe it was codeshare flight on AA's IAD-LAX.

I don't have any personal experience seeing this flight, but Qantas did show up in random terminal maps during the early 90s and Wikipedia's Qantas destinations shows Dulles as a terminated station. It could very well have been a flight where QF gave the IAD-LAX portion to another carrier a la LY at BWI.

This is wikipedia's source (not sure how accurate this is): http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1996/1996%20-%200811.html

For some reason it shows Boston as well and I'm doubting that. Also the cited link seems to mention some sort of codeshare but I don't think it applies to the cities listed.

When I check back, AA did operate IAD-LAX back then so they could very well have just carried a QF code as a normal codeshare. The flight carries the QF code today, but perhaps it was one of the few to do the same back in the 1990s... If this is the case, then there does seem to be a lack of clarity about this...A lot of other codeshare cities aren't mentioned.


[Edited 2011-11-26 08:49:33]

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: rjm777ual
Posted 2011-11-26 08:21:40 and read 6043 times.

I believe Iberia has stopped serving, and El Al has too.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: virginvsbritish
Posted 2011-11-26 08:34:07 and read 5965 times.

Quoting rjm777ual (Reply 33):
I believe Iberia has stopped serving, and El Al has too.

Yes, if I am correct, Iberia stopped service back in October 2010.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: rjm777ual
Posted 2011-11-26 08:43:36 and read 5899 times.

Yeah, thats what i thought.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: l1011buff
Posted 2011-11-26 10:35:25 and read 5411 times.

I remember going to IAD in the mid/late 70s when my sister lived near Manassas. I used to see North Central Convairs and Ozark DC9s right under the obs deck. I recall the old Pan Am 707s and 747s going to LHR, FRA and I believe TXL too, IIRC. I remember even the old BA VC-10 there on occasion. North Central and Southern became Republic and then got to see those along with " Continental's" New York Air DC9s. I loved seeing the Concordes there and the Braniff flying colors too! IIRC AA even served BOS with a DC10 around that time. UA had its "ocean to Ocean" service to LAX back then too, with DC10s.

Happy Holidays! Kevin

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: viajero
Posted 2011-11-26 10:38:57 and read 5362 times.

Don't forget Mexicana, which served IAD until its shutdown last year utilizing primarily A318s, with an occasional A319 or A320.

[Edited 2011-11-26 10:43:25]

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: virginvsbritish
Posted 2011-11-26 10:41:52 and read 5347 times.

Has there ever been any service from LOT Polish Airlines?

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: kgaiflyer
Posted 2011-11-26 10:50:24 and read 5318 times.

Quoting RWA380 (Reply 6):
Wasn't that USAfrica an M11? Didn't that have an enroute fueling stop? I thought so, but can't remember where.

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Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: kgaiflyer
Posted 2011-11-26 10:58:03 and read 5263 times.

Quoting WeAreUnited (Reply 11):
Alaska (AS) to Seattle. The flight was a red-eye from Seattle with an early morning return back to Seattle. I believe it operated from the C councourse.

No -- from the D concourse. They shared a gate with BWIA.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: rjm777ual
Posted 2011-11-26 11:09:55 and read 5220 times.

An obvious on: Pan Am!!

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: flyiguy
Posted 2011-11-26 11:26:47 and read 5127 times.

Frontier served IAD to DEN for a short time off the H gates back in 2003 and Open Skies now IAD to ORY has now been terminated as of Oct 26th.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: CODC10
Posted 2011-11-26 12:27:13 and read 4890 times.

CO had a fairly extensive IAD operation after absorbing New York Air.

In Summer 1987, mainline CO service was available to:

ACA
ATL
BOS
CHS
CLE
DEN
DTW
FLL
GSP
BDL
IAH
ISP
JAX
TYS
LAX (733 transcon)
MEX
MIA
YUL
MSY
EWR
LGA
MCO
YOW
SFO (733 transcon)
TPA
PBI
HPN
ORH

Presidential Airways BAe-146 service (operating as CO Jet Express) was available to:

CAK
ALB
BHM
CHS
CMH
DAB
HSV
IND
LEX
MLB
JFK
PHL
PWM
SRQ
SAV

Colgan flights (B1900C I presume):

BGM
CHO
CKB
EKN
HOT
MGW
ORF
ROA

Quite a comprehensive operation.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: mk777
Posted 2011-11-26 13:48:41 and read 4561 times.

BMI flew IAD-MAN. I remember this as i flew this route on BD in summer 2004.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: AirUtopia
Posted 2011-11-26 13:53:46 and read 4549 times.

MARKAIR of Alaska in early 90s
RANSOME
COLGAN AIR
TRANSBRASIL

Air Ukraine (mentioned above) used to stop at JFK

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: rjm777ual
Posted 2011-11-26 15:36:52 and read 4120 times.

Colganair still does serve.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: RWA380
Posted 2011-11-26 22:12:28 and read 3773 times.

Eastern, Allegheny, Piedmont

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: IADLHR
Posted 2011-11-27 06:33:54 and read 3655 times.

Quoting virginvsbritish (Reply 38):
Has there ever been any service from LOT Polish Airlines?

No there hasnt. However, about 5-6 years ago, I was flying FRA-IAD on LH. I happened to exit the customs area with some people, who as it turned out, were upper management at LOT. There were higher ups,from IAD management, who met them outside customs. The management at IAD, started to give them a tour, of sorts, of IAD at that time.

I thinkl there were rumors, prior to that, LOT was interested in IAD. I thought maybe something would come of all that but, so far, nothing has.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: bhmdiversion
Posted 2011-11-27 13:58:40 and read 3449 times.

Did anyone else say Independence Air?

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: aviateur
Posted 2011-11-27 18:55:24 and read 3288 times.

Quoting OzarkD9S (Reply 31):
I don't have any personal experience seeing this flight, but Qantas did show up in random terminal maps during the early 90s and Wikipedia's Qantas destinations shows Dulles as a terminated station. It could very well have been a flight where QF gave the IAD-LAX portion to another carrier a la LY at BWI.
For some reason it shows Boston as well and I'm doubting that.



Qantas has never flown into IAD or BOS.

Sigh. More confusion/obfuscation thanks to code-shares.


PS

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: b4real
Posted 2011-11-28 12:20:49 and read 3051 times.

Quoting cipango (Reply 10):
EI served DUB-IAD and ended service not too long ago. However they still operate IAD-MAD on behalf of UA.

I find this both incredibly interesting and incredibly odd.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: aviateur
Posted 2011-11-28 19:03:59 and read 2949 times.

Quoting b4real (Reply 51):
Quoting cipango (Reply 10):
EI served DUB-IAD and ended service not too long ago. However they still operate IAD-MAD on behalf of UA.

I find this both incredibly interesting and incredibly odd.

It * is * odd, but it's an arrangement that UA made with EI to provide subcontracted service to Madrid. In a way, they've chartered to route to the best bidder, who happened to be Aer Lingus.

The UA pilots have been none too happy about this.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: washingtonian
Posted 2011-11-28 19:10:19 and read 2944 times.

Quoting SurfandSnow (Reply 22):
Another domestic carrier that served IAD was the ill-fated N7 (to LAS).

What gate area did they use?

Quoting rjm777ual (Reply 33):
I believe Iberia has stopped serving, and El Al has too.

Did El Al ever operate to Dulles?!

Quoting CODC10 (Reply 43):
LAX (733 transcon)
Quoting CODC10 (Reply 43):
SFO (733 transcon)

Didn't realize the 733 could make this flight!

Quoting CODC10 (Reply 43):

CO had a fairly extensive IAD operation after absorbing New York Air.

In Summer 1987, mainline CO service was available to:

Thanks for that list! Was it all out of the C/D concourse?

What made CO wind down their IAD operation? I wonder if they regretted that over the years, but I guess they are back in force now!!  

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: PExDCA
Posted 2011-12-03 01:43:40 and read 2723 times.

Quoting washingtonian (Reply 53):
What made CO wind down their IAD operation?

CO's IAD operations wound down as the CLE hub ramped up. I believe that the feeling was the IAD hub competed too much with the much larger CO (ex-PE) hub in EWR, and that CLE would give CO a midwest hub that it was lacking at the time.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: PI767
Posted 2011-12-03 12:42:19 and read 2604 times.

Quoting planeguy727 (Reply 27):
IIRC - valujet served IAD prior to the airTran merger

You do recall correctly. In fact, prior to the crash, IAD was somewhat of a focus city for ValuJet.

Looking at their March 1, 1996 timetable, J7 operated from IAD to:

Atlanta (6x daily)
Boston (5x)
Chicago Midway (3x)
Columbus (2x)
Fort Lauderdale (1x)
Hartford/Springfield (2x)
Miami (1x)
New Orleans (1x)
Orlando (2x)
Raleigh/Durhan (3x)
Tampa (2x)
West Palm Beach (1x)

There was also short-lived service from IAD to Montreal.

Quoting CODC10 (Reply 43):
LAX (733 transcon)
Quoting CODC10 (Reply 43):
SFO (733 transcon)
Quoting washingtonian (Reply 53):
Didn't realize the 733 could make this flight!

It is hard to believe, I agree.

However, effective April 1, 1987:

IAD-LAX CO987 8:00pm-10:24pm 733 Daily
LAX-IAD CO 896 9:50pm-5:39am 733 Daily

IAD-SFO CO 899 9:10m-12:03am 733 Daily
SFO-IAH CO 898 9:30pm-5:29am 733 Daily

Other smaller airlines that served IAD over the years included Air Florida, Carnival, Americair, Air Virginia and Christman Air System.

[Edited 2011-12-03 13:09:26]

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: CODC10
Posted 2011-12-03 16:29:50 and read 2536 times.

Quoting washingtonian (Reply 53):
Didn't realize the 733 could make this flight!

CO had about 10 737-300s fitted with extra tanks in the cargo area and IFE (believe they were '73R' internally) for transcontinental flights. For a while, the only aircraft in the CO fleet that had transcontinental range were A300/747/DC-10 and the handful of transcontinental 737-300s. After the 757s were delivered, they mostly supplanted the 73R, and the arrival of the 737NGs made them redundant.

They could be found, at different times, on routes such as EWR-SEA/SAN/SJC/PDX/PHX, CLE-LAX/SFO, in addition to all 'regular' 737-300 routes. Several years ago, these were among the handful of 733s fitted with winglets, before they were retired last year.

Quoting washingtonian (Reply 53):
Thanks for that list! Was it all out of the C/D concourse?

CO operated out of the main terminal (old gates A-S, since demolished) with some flights out of what used to be called the 'Midfield Concourse', now C/D.

Quote:
What made CO wind down their IAD operation? I wonder if they regretted that over the years, but I guess they are back in force now!!

CO and UA essentially traded places at CLE and IAD, respectively, in the late 80s.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: PI767
Posted 2011-12-03 17:05:13 and read 2501 times.

Quoting CODC10 (Reply 56):
w!!
CO and UA essentially traded places at CLE and IAD, respectively, in the late 80s.

Exactly.... for whatever reason, as United pulled down the CLE hub.... they began building up the IAD hub. At about the exact same time, as CO pulled down their IAD hub, they began to build up CLE.

They really did, basically, trade hubs.

Ironic how it worked out.... a former UA hub (CLE) became a CO hub, a former CO hub (IAD) became a UA hub and now DEN (once a CO hub) is once again a hub for the combined UA/CO.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: eastern023
Posted 2011-12-04 05:09:36 and read 2396 times.

If I remember correctly the now defunct (or mergered into LAN to be exact) Ladeco of Chile operated into Dulles before switching airports to BWI in the early nineties. The Flight would have been SCL-MIA-IAD-JFK with a 707. They later switched to a 757-200.

Rudy from IAD

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: SCL767
Posted 2011-12-04 05:51:14 and read 2359 times.

Quoting eastern023 (Reply 58):
If I remember correctly the now defunct (or mergered into LAN to be exact) Ladeco of Chile operated into Dulles before switching airports to BWI in the early nineties. The Flight would have been SCL-MIA-IAD-JFK with a 707.

Ladeco operated twice weekly into IAD before switching to BWI during 1991. Ladeco switched over to BWI in order to strengthen ties with US Air and operated into BWI 3x weekly. Ladeco's passenger flights eventually became LANExpress in 1994 after LAN Chile acquired it. In 1998, Ladeco's cargo unit merged with Fast Air and became known as LAN Chile Cargo. Today, Ladeco's code UC is used on flights operated by LAN Cargo S.A.

Topic: RE: Airlines With Previous Service To Washington IAD
Username: mattdell
Posted 2011-12-04 06:58:40 and read 2314 times.

National Airlines N7 flew to IAD. I flew them once to Las Vegas and it was very nice. Shame they went under.


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