7e72004
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Ozark Airlines Questions

Mon Apr 12, 2004 11:07 pm

I am not sure if anyone can help with this one but i figured what the hell. Back in 1985, July 27, to be exact i flew from PHL-MLI on Ozark airlines. I could swear that we made a stop in Baltimore, IND and STL before going on to MLI. Did Ozark have flights that made several stops like that? Any info would be appreciated  Smile It has been a while but it is something that i have always wondered  Smile
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747firstclass
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RE: Ozark Airlines Questions

Mon Apr 12, 2004 11:36 pm

That is quite possible you did. I used to fly a lot from PIA to various east coast cities and there were routings such as yours. My house is in a state of remodeling and all my old Ozark timetables are locked away for the time being. Otherwise I would have a positive answer for you.[Edited 2004-04-12 16:36:59]

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Cody
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RE: Ozark Airlines Questions

Tue Apr 13, 2004 12:54 am

I have a June, 1985 timetable. Flight 775, to be exact, left PHL for BWI and continued nonstop to STL and then there would have been an aircraft change to flight 660 in STL. If you would have taken this one, you would have left PHL at 7:10 AM. You also could have left PHL at at 6:42 PM and stopped in IND, then continued to STL. In STL you would have changed planes and taken Flight 767 to Moline.

From BWI Ozark only flew nonstop to PHL, STL, CLE. They did however fly nonstop from PHL to IND. In fact, Ozark considered making IND their second hub. They operated nonstop to STL, PHL, RDU, MCO and TPA. In July, they may have had nonstops to BWI, but I cannot swear to it.

Ozark had other strange routes. For example, LAS to MCI and Moline to MSP and Waterloo.
 
7e72004
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RE: Ozark Airlines Questions

Tue Apr 13, 2004 1:23 am

It was probably the 7:10am flight...i remember it was early and when we got to BWI it was pooring rain.
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