Another auction listing, so more extracts:
United's 737 Reno-Elko-Ely-SLC doesn't show it's to be discontinued, but it will be soon. Sky West is to begin EKO-RNO nonstop on 1 April and Air Chaparral's EKO-RNO nonstops are Pending Govt Approval; if it all pans out Elko will have eight nonstops a day to Reno. Air Chaparral also flies to WMC, HTH and TPH (but not from Elko, maybe).
Altair F28s fly ROC-BUF-PHL-RDU-GSO and BDL-PHL-DCA-JAX. Muse Air has just the one route, DAL-HOU with D98s (as they were then coded).
Braniff has a couple months to live; most of their flights touch DFW, but they also have MSP-MCI-TUL-IAH and LGA-IAH-ACA, and of course the DC-8-62s from SFO-LAX and JFK-IAD to South America. Texas International is still around too-- they disappeared (the name did, that is) later that year.
Guy-America Airways has weekly 707s JFK-SJU and JFK-MIA, and TWA has 707s too (until 1983).
Imperial has 30 nonstop Bandeirantes each weekday SAN-LAX; Mission Airlines has one Piper each weekday SEE-LAX and Airspur's Aravas MYF-LAX are Pending Govt Approval. Las Vegas Airlines has three a day VGT-GCN-- I thought that North Las Vegas service was a short-lived phenomenon, but not that short it seems.
Wien has a SaSu 727 PUO-FAI-ANC-SEA-BOI-SLC-PHX. NW has a 72S FLL-MIA-ORD-MSP-FAR-BIS-BIL-HLN-MSO-GEG-SEA and another MSP-FAR-BIS-BIL-BZN-HLN-GEG-SEA-SFO.