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How Are Airlines Dealing With This Cold

Fri Jan 16, 2004 12:52 pm

I know this is asked EVERY time, but how are the airlines and airports dealing with this BITTER (we're talking coldest in close to a century) weather in the NE? Can you DeIce, do you need to deice? What do you do?

I commend the airlines and airports for getting these flights out very close to on time with any delays being an hour (a couple over than that)
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a340pilot
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RE: How Are Airlines Dealing With This Cold

Fri Jan 16, 2004 3:22 pm

This would be my guess:



Or Possibly this:


Best regards,
a340pilot

PS- This Is a joke!!! only a joke.....yes i read the thread starter, and yes I do understand what the meaning of "COLD" is!!  Big grin
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