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Fri Jul 25, 2003 7:19 am

This is my return trip.

MSP(Minneapolis/St. Paul International) - DEN(Denver International)
Boeing 733
United Airlines FL. 1595

Scheduled Departure: 12.30p
Pushback: 12.28p
Actual Departure(from runway):12.36
Scheduled Arrival: 1.34p
Actual Arrival 1.28p

Woke up at 8 for then 12:30p flight. I arrived at the airport 3 hours early and enjoyed watching many of the morning departures leaving. We boarded at 12 and I then slipped into my seat 15F. Before departure we were asked what we would like to drink and I took a orange Juice. We had a smooth takeoff into a fairly-cloudy sky. Ten minutes into flight my drink was brought and a small and half-full(or half-empty?). I then started to watch LOTR: The Fellowship of the Ring. The flight attendants did a good job however there seemed to be a few people still needing things. After a rather uneventful flight we touched down smoothly into clear Denver day. We arrived 6 minutes early into the gate and we deplaned.


Takeoffs and landings: 10
Flight attendants: 8
Infight entertainment: n/a(LOTR was also good though Big grin)

Overall United has been a wonderful experience and I will continue to give them my business. Thanks for reading and any comments are appreciated.
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Fri Jul 25, 2003 2:13 pm

Well, that was short. But not bad. Next time you might wanna put both legs of your trip in the same report post. Just a suggestion. ^^
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Sat Jul 26, 2003 2:35 pm

737-300's don't have video,how did you watch LOR ? Otherwise,thanks for flying UAL  Smile
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Sun Jul 27, 2003 4:38 am


Yeah, sorry about the shortness. Sorry, Next time I'll put both legs in the same report Post.


Sorry for not being very clear. I watched LOTR on my Laptop  Smile

Thank You all for your comments and for reading my TR.
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Mon Jul 28, 2003 9:50 am

I agree with you about United, in the last year or so they seem to have gotten there act together and make flying enjoyable again. (CO does too, in my mind anyways.)

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