Cody
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A300 Trivia

Mon Jan 18, 1999 8:07 am

Who was the second U.S. scheduled carrier to fly the A300?
 
mirage
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RE: A300 Trivia

Mon Jan 18, 1999 8:25 am

Eastern Airlines?
 
drew
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RE: A300 Trivia

Mon Jan 18, 1999 8:29 am

I think its Continental or it might be Pan Am not sure though but ill put my money on Continental.

I thought Eastern was the first one.
 
Cody
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RE: A300 answer

Tue Jan 19, 1999 4:54 am

Northeastern International Airways of Ft. Lauderdale was the second U.S carrier to fly this aircraft. I think Capitol was the third, then Pan Am, athen Continental
 
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RE: A300 Trivia

Wed Jan 20, 1999 7:18 am

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