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HNL Jet Questions

Wed Jun 19, 2002 10:14 pm


I was lucky to be in Hawaii recently.

Last Tuesday June 11th, I saw an Aloha 737 in the hanger in HNL with a badly damaged tail. Does anybody know what happened to this plane?

Also, what's up with the last Hawaiian DC-9. I saw it was moved when I was in HNL on Monday June 17th. Does it ever fly?

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RE: HNL Jet Questions

Thu Jun 20, 2002 9:34 pm

No one knows about these two planes?
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RE: HNL Jet Questions

Fri Jun 21, 2002 8:51 am

Um. no. lol

I think there is still a DC-9 stored at HNL in Hawaiian's colors. The rest are in the desert.

Was the tail of the 737 badly damaged or was it just under inspection? If it was damaged to some extent, it might have been reported to the NTSB. It's a long shot, but I'd bet if the damage was in the air, people would be reporting it. If it happened on the ground...well that's another story.

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