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Topic: Anual Convention
Username: Jer32382
Posted 2001-11-29 07:50:51 and read 736 times.

Has anyone ever given any thought to havinf an anual Airliners.net convention? I think it would be really neat to have something like that where everyone is welcome to come and meet people, share stories, spotting tips, etc. Granted that is kind of what this forum is for, I just think it would be neat to have an anual convention and maybe award like best photo of the year or something? Reply back and tell me what you think.

Topic: RE: Anual Convention
Username: Jer32382
Posted 2001-11-29 15:48:30 and read 706 times.

Doesn't anyone have any opinion on this?

Topic: RE: Anual Convention
Username: GARUDAROD
Posted 2001-11-29 20:36:11 and read 701 times.

This is something like that called "Airliners International"
Every year it is in a different city. Its a gathering
of aviation collectors and enthusiasts. In 2002 it
will be in IAH. There are lots of great stories
and memorabilia to be found......

Topic: RE: Anual Convention
Username: Acidradio
Posted 2001-11-29 22:48:55 and read 687 times.

I'd totally be up for an airliners.net convention! The downside is that everyone else on earth with more seniority than me would snap up every non-rev seat to get there, but I'll find a way  Smile

Topic: RE: Anual Convention
Username: LMML 14/32
Posted 2001-11-29 23:19:31 and read 684 times.

An Absolutely positive suggestion. I'm in.

Topic: RE: Anual Convention
Username: Jer32382
Posted 2001-11-30 02:55:30 and read 670 times.

4 replies, not bad. There has got to be more interest though........

Topic: RE: Anual Convention
Username: HSVXJ
Posted 2001-11-30 04:18:59 and read 666 times.

I'm game!

chRis
http://www.spaldingcm.com


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