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What Is This A/C Doing Here?

Tue Jun 22, 2004 12:39 am


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InnocuousFox
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RE: What Is This A/C Doing Here?

Tue Jun 22, 2004 12:40 am

Well, the caption says "taxiing into position". Is there a more specific question?
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RE: What Is This A/C Doing Here?

Tue Jun 22, 2004 12:54 am

If your referring to the fact that a PanAm aircraft is still flying in 2004, it is because the name has been revived to front a new airline, which I think flies around South Eastern USA, sorry I don`t have any specific details save that they use around 20 B727-200's.
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RE: What Is This A/C Doing Here?

Tue Jun 22, 2004 12:58 am

I think he does mean what Pan Am makes still in the US Market.

Well, this is not the original Pan Am. This Pan Am on the picture is operating a small fleet of B727s with Winglets. Maindestinations are Airports in the Caribbean. I think this is a correct description. If not, so correct me.

After the original Pan Am failed for bankruptcy there were a lot successors. One of them operated a lot A300s an A310s mainly out of JFK in the late 90's. (95-98?)

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RE: What Is This A/C Doing Here?

Tue Jun 22, 2004 12:59 am

Probably a charter.

On a side note, in 2000, they, PAA (version 3.0) came to TPA for a stop on the Gore/Lieberman campaign. I dunno if they were using the plane as a press corps plane, or what. The reason I remember was it was the LOUDEST 727 I have heard in decades. Shook things in my office near TPA as it started it's roll.
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RE: What Is This A/C Doing Here?

Tue Jun 22, 2004 1:00 am

This topic is discussed at least once a week. Go to www.flypanam.com to find out all about this rinky-dink airline....
 
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RE: What Is This A/C Doing Here?

Tue Jun 22, 2004 1:08 am

EXACTLY~

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