Longhornmaniac
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CO At AUS

Fri Dec 30, 2005 8:01 am

I'm looking at the upcoming weeks for the AUS-IAH run, and I notice that on many days there are two 757s leaving within 2 hours of each other, on some days, just 1, and on some days none. I can't seem to find a pattern for the 757 schedule in here, can anyone else give me some info?

Also, on Tuesday, January 10th there is a scheduled AUS-IAH flight 3461 leaving AUS at 3:05 AM, arriving IAH 3:58 AM, an ERJ. Seems a bit odd to me, especially considering the ERJ that comes in on the 9th from IAH as 3211 turns right back around as 3212 to IAH. The only other ERJ service on the 10th is the daily to CLE. Seems weird to be a positioning flight, so my question is, where does it come from, and why is it at that time?

Help is much appreciated.

Cheers,
Cameron
Cheers,
Cameron

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