AC773
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Any A.netters On HP Flight 4/21?

Sun Apr 23, 2006 2:29 am

Not the most worthwhile thread I know, but this has been bugging me...

I flew HP flight 757 PDX-PHX yesterday; the one that departed at 5:35 in the morning. As I passed the cockpit on my way to the jetway in PHX, I noticed a passenger in there talking to the captain. He was saying something like "This is my favorite aircraft, you know" (it was an A319).

I was just wondering if that was in fact an A.netter (he did look suspiciously like Birdwatching). I felt like asking him, but I didn't want to interrupt and there was a long line of passengers behind me, rabidly eager to deplane (you know how it is)  Wink.

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RE: Any A.netters On HP Flight 4/21?

Mon Apr 24, 2006 10:37 am

Quoting AC773 (Thread starter):
I flew HP flight 757 PDX-PHX yesterday; the one that departed at 5:35 in the morning. As I passed the cockpit on my way to the jetway in PHX, I noticed a passenger in there talking to the captain. He was saying something like "This is my favorite aircraft, you know" (it was an A319).

I was just wondering if that was in fact an A.netter (he did look suspiciously like Birdwatching). I felt like asking him, but I didn't want to interrupt and there was a long line of passengers behind me, rabidly eager to deplane (you know how it is) .

Could be just coincidence. Actually, I missed ya by a day. Yesterday (4/22) I flew us LAS-SEA on 890 and returned this morning on 798. I love Seattle, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. I think I should move there.
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RE: Any A.netters On HP Flight 4/21?

Mon Apr 24, 2006 11:01 am

Quoting HPLASOps (Reply 1):
I love Seattle, one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

Definitely. Climate's not bad either, as I happen to like clouds and rain.
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RE: Any A.netters On HP Flight 4/21?

Tue Apr 25, 2006 12:15 am

Quoting AC773 (Thread starter):
I was just wondering if that was in fact an A.netter (he did look suspiciously like Birdwatching).

Hm, must have been my twin brother then... oh wait, I don't even have a twin brother. Or maybe I have one and I don't even know (and his favourite plane is the A319)

Sorry, AC773, it was not me! Big grin

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