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How Rare Is This?

Thu Jul 29, 2004 6:08 am

The other day I flew GIG-MIA-LGA.
GIG-MIA was on a 767, very old.
MIA-LGA was on the EXACT SAME 767, when it was originally supposed to be a 757.

How often do 767s of AA go in to LGA? Ever?
And how often does and internationally configured plane fly domestically?
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RE: How Rare Is This?

Thu Jul 29, 2004 8:46 am

I believe it happens more often than most would think. As everyone knows, 767s are used for 757s equipment changes a lot, so the chance of being on a 767 into LGA isn't that rare, but on the same one is a little more interesting, but I'm sure it has happened before.

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