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This Week's Newsweek

Mon Jul 24, 2000 1:31 pm

This is driving me crazy...

In this week's Newsweek, there's a (rather bleak) article about what has "happened" to air travel nowadays in the US, &c. And so on and so forth...

One of the prominent pictures in the article is a photo of a full aircraft cabin. Since the article is written with specific regard to US air travel, the photo must have been taken in the cabin of a US carrier.

I can tell that the cabin is that of a 767, and appears to be the last section of economy, but it's a 767 of what airline? The seats are navy blue with leather headrests, but definitely aren't those of Detla. Has anyone else seen the article who can identify the airline? This is one of those "Name That Cabin" fests on of a different kind...
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RE: This Week's Newsweek

Mon Jul 24, 2000 1:37 pm

if the leather headrest's were blue,it is AA.
Give me a break, I created this username when I was a kid...
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RE: This Week's Newsweek

Mon Jul 24, 2000 3:27 pm

I saw that and those are American Airlines seats.

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