|Quoting 7E72004 (Reply 4):|
What happened to the AirFlorida international route authorities/slots?
|Quoting Cody (Reply 5):|
Midway did end up picking up MIA-STT and STX and later some Bahamas service from FLL, but the rest of the international routes simply expired or were taken by Eastern (Central America/Madrid) when the rights came up for grabs.
|Quoting SWA TPA (Reply 11):|
Did Pan-Am ever get any of Air Florida's -200 aircraft?
Somewhere I have a picture I took of a Pan-Am -200 thats registration ended was N8*AF.
|Quoting OPNLguy (Reply 10):|
The 737-200s that Midway v1.0 got were some of the better ones that Air Florida had. All were the ADVanced versions, and all had -15 engines with the exception of two that had -17 engines. (There was a third -200 with -17 engines, but that one, N83AF, went straight from Air Florida to Southwest, and was later re-registered as N130SW.)
|Quoting Flightopsguy (Reply 14):|
The best part of the high rated engines was NO overmountain driftdown restrictions! We also leased seasonally a dog from Britiannia Airways that was 3,000 lbs. heavier than our heaviest 737. I don't recall the engines on it.