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Identification.......

Sat Sep 09, 2000 3:48 am

What does BUS stand for on airline timetables?

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N312RC
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RE: Identification.......

Sat Sep 09, 2000 3:56 am

Probably a real diesel BUS or some sort of airBUS aircraft. ????????????
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N863DA
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RE: Identification.......

Sat Sep 09, 2000 4:04 am

In what context? It could mean different things in different timetables. Tell us the context, we'll tell you what it means.


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Trvlr
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RE: Identification.......

Sat Sep 09, 2000 4:45 am

Did you see this when you looked at a flight that required connecting between two different airports in the same area (SFO & SJC, HOU & IAH)? If so, that means a auto shuttle bus between the two airports.

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RE: Identification.......

Sat Sep 09, 2000 5:03 am

Could it mean BUSsines class?
 
Tom in NO
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RE: Identification.......

Sat Sep 09, 2000 5:25 am

The universal codes for use by airlines when describing aircraft use "BUS" to denote a vehicle shuttle service of some sort, be it a van service to the bus services United uses in the Rockies, Rockford to O'Hare, at PDX, etc.

The Airbus codes usually look thusly: 319, 320, 330, 340, and 343 (for the A340-300).

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