DeltaMike
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July 2004 - MSP-YUL - What Type Of DC-9?

Sat Jun 25, 2011 10:42 pm

My log is pretty complete, but there are still a few holes I am trying to fill.
In July 2004 (the 23rd to be exact) I flew MSP-YUL on an NW DC-9.
I'm trying to figure out what variation it was. -30?,-40?,-50?....maybe even a -10!?!? (where those still flying with NW then?)

Any and all help is greatly appreciated 
 
Viscount724
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RE: July 2004 - MSP-YUL - What Type Of DC-9?

Sat Jun 25, 2011 10:59 pm

Quoting DeltaMike (Thread starter):
.maybe even a -10!?!? (where those still flying with NW then?)

I believe NW retired their last few DC-9-10s in January 2005. There are 129 NW DC-9 photos in the database taken at YUL including the -30/-40/-50 but no -10s. That of course doesn't mean that they didn't use them to YUL. There are a few DC-9-10 photos at YYZ.
 
DeltaMike
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RE: July 2004 - MSP-YUL - What Type Of DC-9?

Sun Jun 26, 2011 12:49 am

Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 1):
I believe NW retired their last few DC-9-10s in January 2005

Interesting, they stuck around longer than I thought. Good to know, thanks.
 
timz
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RE: July 2004 - MSP-YUL - What Type Of DC-9?

Sun Jun 26, 2011 9:13 pm

9/04 OAG shows two MSP-YUL flights, both "D9S", which presumably includes -30 and -40.
 
deltairlines
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RE: July 2004 - MSP-YUL - What Type Of DC-9?

Sun Jun 26, 2011 10:01 pm

7/04 data shows 2x D9S, which for NW included the -30/40 (the -10s were coded DC9).
 
cvg2lga
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RE: July 2004 - MSP-YUL - What Type Of DC-9?

Tue Jun 28, 2011 4:53 am

I didn't know the 10's were still around that long either. I was lucky to fly one between MSP & CVG in 2002. Also a MidEx from DFW-MKE.

Anyhow, a bit off topic but still a kind relevant, I know how to look up the aircraft registration on BTS for domestic flights, but is there a way to look up international flights & reg numbers? I've always wondered this and am quite in need of this information myself.


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