Womack17
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RDU-LAX N/S On DL Is Off The Schedule Already

Sat Mar 18, 2006 7:29 pm

I just can't believe it. The nonstop RDU-LAX flight on the DL 738 is gone already. It no longer comes up as a option. I even called Delta Resv. and talked with three people. They all said they had no idea why the flight was no longer on the schedule. I thought this new flight was doing rather well. What did it last 3 weeks? Jeez
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RE: RDU-LAX N/S On DL Is Off The Schedule Already

Sat Mar 18, 2006 7:41 pm

not sure what dates you are looking at but I just found it on delta.com under flight schedules on the 25th of every month for the rest of the year until I got to Nov and Dec when I found it on the 15th since Nov 25 and Dec 25 are on or near holidays. didn't go beyond that.
 
Womack17
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RE: RDU-LAX N/S On DL Is Off The Schedule Already

Sat Mar 18, 2006 8:28 pm

Really. I wanted it for June 5th. I didn't check any other date and the agent I spoke with looked 3 weeks out from that date. Very odd. I hope you are correct. It would make a planned trip to Taipei much easier.
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RE: RDU-LAX N/S On DL Is Off The Schedule Already

Sat Mar 18, 2006 10:32 pm

Quoting Womack17 (Reply 2):
Really. I wanted it for June 5th.

It doesn't start until June 8th... and it's doen't fly on Sat's.. otherwise, the flight is still there.. no worries.. DL not pulling anything.. I too checked last night and it was still there...
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RE: RDU-LAX N/S On DL Is Off The Schedule Already

Sun Mar 19, 2006 4:40 am

I was going to come back and post that myself, but you beat me to it as usual.  Smile
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