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Trivia Question...

Thu Jan 06, 2000 4:18 am

Which airliner was the first to employ the use of a spiral staircase to move between decks?

Be careful I think the answer will surprise you. I will post it tomorrow.

Good Luck, MD80DRVR
 
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RE: Trivia Question...

Thu Jan 06, 2000 6:38 am

Clue: Think Sea Plane.
 
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RE: Trivia Question...

Thu Jan 06, 2000 6:46 am

Hey,

Well, I'm going to guess the Pan Am Clipper sea plane.

Phil
 
FrontierMan
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DOX

Thu Jan 06, 2000 7:12 am

i think it's the DOX
 
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RE: Trivia Question...

Fri Jan 07, 2000 11:04 am

Congratulations to Frontier man.
Air Canada also had a good answer.

The first Airplane to employ a spiral staircase was the Dornier DOX which first flew in 1926. This magnificent plane was in a museum and destroyed by US allied bombs during WWII. What a tragedy.

Other aircraft that employed spiral stairs were the Boeing 314 flying boat,Boeing 377 Statocruiser and the Boeing 747.

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