JZ
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Non-Boeing Trivial Question

Wed Feb 24, 1999 1:01 am

Two trivial questions:
1. Which US national airline (not cargo or charter, not affiliated witha major) operates only DC and MD jets in it fleet?

2. Which Regional US airline (same criteria as above) has the same distinction?

I will post the answer tomorrow.
 
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RE: Non-Boeing Trivial Question

Wed Feb 24, 1999 1:23 am

1. Reno Air

2. Air Tran
"History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or timid." D. Eisenhower
 
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Not a serious entry

Wed Feb 24, 1999 1:38 am

When conducting a trivia or survey, according to my experience, there's always someone who comes up with the most "wild" answers. Let me be the one for this trivia... :)

1). None

2). None

As of now, they're all Boeing.

I know, this is kinnda stupid, but I prefer things to be straight :).

Have a smooth flight...
 
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RE: Non-Boeing Trivial Question

Wed Feb 24, 1999 1:53 am

How about Midwest Express? I think they have a fleet of DC-9s and MD-88s. Kudos to them.
 
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RE: Non-Boeing Trivial Question

Wed Feb 24, 1999 3:44 am

1. US National - Midwest Express DC-9s & MD80s

2. US Regional - Hawaiian DC9-50s and DC10s


TAD

 
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RE: Non-Boeing Trivial Question

Wed Feb 24, 1999 6:25 am

This is just a guess!!!!!

A. World Airways

B. Midwest Express

I'am pretty sure World Airways is a charter co'
so that can't be right.It's probably Hawaiian Air.

I know I have given two answers for one question....sorry.

VC10
 
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RE: Non-Boeing Trivial Question

Wed Feb 24, 1999 7:42 am

1. I think it's Reno Air.
2. No regional airline flies DC or MD jets!

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RE: Not a serious entry

Wed Feb 24, 1999 8:50 am

Funny A1ex! Sorry, but all DC- jets are still and always will be considered either Douglas or McDonnell Douglas jets, seeing how they were out of production before MD was bought by Boeing.