Matt D
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What's Up With Legend?

Wed Mar 08, 2000 4:37 am

All kinds of hype was surrounding the imminent startup of Legend Airlines, including Americans announcement of flying F-100's from DAL-LAX.
Legend's startup was delayed "for a few days" pending certification.
Ok, so where are they? I haven't seen or heard anything on them since the announcement of the delay.
Are they still coming?
And what's the status of AA's Fokker service to LAX?
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RE: What's Up With Legend?

Wed Mar 08, 2000 5:51 am

News Reports here in DFW is legend will start up Mid-March and AA is suppose to start ORD/LAX service in May?????????

RE: What's Up With Legend?

Wed Mar 08, 2000 6:28 am

AAs first F-100 has be converted up in TUL, A/C 2CT , not sure of the N number , just the AA tail number. It has 56 seats in it and will be makeing some test flights out to LAX shortly.

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