maiznblu_757
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Its A Sad Day Today... Ktvc Saw Its Last NW 727

Tue Sep 03, 2002 2:54 pm

To me, being a big aviation enthusiast, its a very sad day. KTVC
seemingly saw its last Boeing model 727-200 in the Northwest Airlines
livery. I wasnt even there to see it.  Sad Tomorrow its back to seeing only DC9's for mainline flights.

Dedicated to the paint on a Boeing 727!



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airlinelover
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RE: Its A Sad Day Today... Ktvc Saw Its Last NW 727

Tue Sep 03, 2002 4:33 pm

Sad indeed.. I have a strange feeling FNT will see the last of them soon as well.. I'm glad I got to fly on one before they are gone.. Long live the 727!!!

Chris
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KROC
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RE: Its A Sad Day Today... Ktvc Saw Its Last NW 727

Tue Sep 03, 2002 6:19 pm

Don't be so blue Maiz. While the 727 is, and will always be a classic bird, at least you can look forward to Northwest A320 service to TVC. Oribably in the near future, or at least once the new terminal is opened up. Once that happen, Farve and his boys can all choke on those A320 fuselages.

Late