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ATL-PHL-SEA (US1159/107)

Fri Jun 28, 2002 7:44 pm

This is my first trip report,here it goes. We left ATL on time at 0650 heading for PHL on US1159 (733). The flight was about 60% full. Flight crew was very courteous and pleasent. Flight was uneventful until about 50mi south of PHL. We were then put in a holding pattern because of traffic for about 25min. We were then cleared to land. After landing, it took another 15min to get to a gate because there were none available. After a beer or two at the bar, and a plesent conversation with the waitress/ bartender, I boarded US107 (752), 1010am departure for SEA. This flight was about 80- 85% full. We pushed back from the gate and finally took off about 50min later. Nice crew, good food (baked ziti), good movie (A Beautiful Mind).
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RE: ATL-PHL-SEA (US1159/107)

Fri Jun 28, 2002 8:24 pm

And...? Anything else?
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RE: ATL-PHL-SEA (US1159/107)

Sat Jun 29, 2002 12:12 pm

Not bad for a first report!

Lighten up RyanAir!

Next time, maybe include more details such as gate numbers, ETDs, ATD's, flight times...etc etc

Include the things that you think are really stupid and would probably bore us to death.....in turn, it is most likely what we are looking for!

A good thing to include when you can find it is the registration of your aircraft which is located at the rear and above or below the back windows before the last door of the plane (incase you didnt know)

Again, great first report...keep em coming!
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RE: ATL-PHL-SEA (US1159/107)

Sat Jun 29, 2002 12:47 pm

Sorry... didn't mean to sound like I had something up my ass! I should have added a  Smile or something.

I am a nice guy, really... despite the lashings I receive for bashing NWA!

Hee!

Really... all the mundane details are really what we "geeks" (that's what my partner calls us!) are looking for. Take a cue from the zillions of trip reports in this forum, you'll know what I mean.

Cheers
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RE: ATL-PHL-SEA (US1159/107)

Sat Jun 29, 2002 1:16 pm

Haha............suuuuuuurrrrrrrreeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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