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TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 8:57 am

here it is, and no cheating:Loading aircraft image...

 
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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 8:59 am

It is a 737.I'm not sure of the airline but it could be Delta.


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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:01 am

757?
 
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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:02 am

looks like a 737-300 to me, althoguh the seats don't ring a bell. Maybe Continental?
 
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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:09 am

Obviously a 737... I'm gonna say one of the older ones, -200?
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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:17 am

No! It's an A320. Look at the curved plastic thingthat shows the seat number at the end of the light/aircon panel above the seats. That is only on the A320. I have no idea what airline... I'm guessing Lufthansa?

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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:23 am

Finnair A321. How do I know? (Well, besides that I check the Cabin Photo section daily-- and much to my dismay it is rarely added to, as it is my favorite section--) For one, it has, as was said before, the curvy overhead bins of the A320 series. It also has the small airbii vinders. Also, Finnair currently has, I believe, only one airbus model-- the A321.
As a sidenote, when I first saw this pics months or several weeks ago (it has fallen back from the first page you get when you search for interiors), I marveled at the very business-like and professional decor of Finnair's A321.
 
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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:25 am

You can also tell by the shape of the windows. From experience, you can notice that Airbus windows are more oval-like.
 
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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:26 am

Hmm... Lufthansa 737
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RE: TRY To Guess What Airline/aircraft This Is

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:27 am

HeHe, Ooops  

Well, I've never been in an A320 and don't intend to anytime soon, so I have no idea what they look like.
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Trvlr...

Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:29 am

I think you are right Trvlr about guessing its an Airbus. I can't really tell though if there is two emergency exits or just one. So I will wing it and say its an A320.

Now that I think about it more I am thinking its not from the US. Airlines here don't take the time to put a white sheet for your head. I will say Air Portugal TAP just for fun but I think your right with Lufthtansa.
 
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Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:29 am

IMKEWW, you guessed it! I can see where it may have looked like a 737 to some...
I was pretty sure no one would get it for a while anyway.
Oh well, I guess I'll just have to look that much harder for a more challenging pic!


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Thu Jun 22, 2000 9:41 am

Contrary to popular belief, some US airlines DO take the time to put the sanitary cloths behind your head. United, for one, has light blue "head-cloths" on all its premium transcontinental/widebody repositions/international flights. They make absolutley no difference in comfort whatsoever, though.