yanksn4
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Air Force One On History Channel Today

Sun Mar 21, 2004 12:47 am

Around one o'clock mountain (three eastern) there is a program on Air Force One. Now I have seen this before and never get tired of seeing it. The program outlines the history of all presidental planes from world war two to our current time. With the airing of this program today, I would like to ask everyone which airplane will be next to succeed the current Boeing 747-200 and which ones they would like to see take the place. Thanks in advance for all comments and suggestions.
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tokolosh
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RE: Air Force One On History Channel Today

Sun Mar 21, 2004 12:53 am

They probably won't replace it for quite a while yet (in fact there are two), but I'd imagine it would be a 747-400 if it stays in production.
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yanksn4
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RE: Air Force One On History Channel Today

Sun Mar 21, 2004 2:15 am

Does anyone see maybe that the boeing 747-200 could be replaced when the boeing 7E7 makes it arrival?
2013 Airports: EWR, JFK, LGA, LIS, AGP, DEN, GIG, RGN, BKK, LHR, FRA, LAX, SYD, PER, MEL, MCO, MIA, PEK, IAH