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How Did Your Airline Ring In The New Year?

Sat Jan 01, 2005 2:33 pm

I'm assuming that most airlines will have rung in the new year in one of two similar fashions: 1) free "mini-glass" of champagne or 2) do nothing.

I know that at WN we were stocking all of the late depatures out of BWI that would be in the air at midnight Eastern with champagne so all legal pax could have a small glass.

Anyone else?

Happy 2005. It's going to be an interesting year for us all.

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RE: How Did Your Airline Ring In The New Year?

Sat Jan 01, 2005 5:18 pm

Nothing special on DL...I was on N102DA, The Spirit of Delta 762 ATL-JAX for it, just a brief Happy New years from the pilots and flight attendants, nothing too special...just another day in my opinion lol.

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