|Quoting Matt D (Thread starter):|
Photo date unknown, other than early to mid 1990's.
|Quoting Cactus739 (Reply 5):|
Since USAir doesn't (didn't) have 737-500's, how'd you accomplish that?
|Quoting Matt D (Reply 4):|
then the old Mission or Church or whatever it is that is barely visible behind the horizontal stabs should confirm that it's indeed LAX.
|Quoting RIXrat (Reply 3):|
Maybe it's just me, but something just doesn't look right about the LAX skyline behind the US 733, nor the lack of traffic around it. Could this have been taken at BUR or Orange county, or didn't US fly there and I'm all wrong...
|Quoting Wedgetail737 (Reply 12):|
Those airplanes continued on to PHX, PHL, CLT, PIT, etc
|Quoting CentPIT (Reply 13):|
Before the Airbus aircraft came in, PIT-LAX/SFO/SAN/SNA were flown with B733s! I can remember those days all to well!
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