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Executive Jet Aviation BBJ @ YQG, Why?

Wed Jul 03, 2002 8:43 am

Yet another pleasant surprise for me here in YQG! N171QS, a 737-7BC (BBJ) operated by Executive Jet Aviation has been parked next to the RMG Aero apron since at least yesterday (Monday) morning. According to EJA's website the a/c is equipped with an 18-person seating arrangement, so I guess it's not a sport charter to Detroit. Any other ideas? It must be quite expensive to have a BBJ fly you around and wait for days on the ground for you, huh? Big grin

YQG may not be a very busy airport, but when we do get some action it's very easy to spot. The main ramp, for instance, is located less than 100 feet from a public road with only a chain link fence separating it from the outside.  Smile

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