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ASA And Their ATR's

Mon Jan 31, 2000 7:47 am

Hey yall! Do you know what the deal is with ASA and thier ATR's??? I mean starting FEB 10, they're gonna add 2 ATR72 flights to ROA instead of those 3 CRJ flights that were already there. Do you know if it has to do with their way of preforming in bad weather? I know that USAir does that, because they now fly the MD80 instead of the F100, and 737-232 to ROA. Anyways, I was just wondering..

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RE: ASA And Their ATR's

Mon Jan 31, 2000 8:00 am

The ATR's hold more pax.... 64 vs 50 on the CRJ's

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