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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sat May 22, 2004 1:08 am



Type-rated,

you are right I checked my airline to SEA yesterday and it is now $100 higher. Please book NOW.

cheers


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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sat May 22, 2004 2:42 am

In the past 3 days, every airline jumped thier prices for fares. DL was like $390 or so 3 days ago and now they are $470 all because of fuel charges.
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sat May 22, 2004 4:47 am

I was probably lucky to get a Continental round-trip (EWR to SEA) for $357. yesterday. I could've gotten a Northwest one for $325 but it wasn't non-stop, which I much prefer. Too bad (NOT!) I missed a chance to fly one of their antique DC-9s.  Big grin I'll bring several cameras since it's likely to be the only time I get out there, seeing how little I get around. The term, 'Frequent Flyer' doesn't apply to me, unfortunately.
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sat May 22, 2004 10:10 am

This didn't occur to me before, Steve and Vik, but is there any possiblity it'll cause you a problem with the tours if the group gets too big? With all of the interest I see in this, I wonder if those facilities have a cutoff point for the number of people in a group. Might we have to split up into more than one group and if so, what does that do to scheduling the tours? I may be worried about nothing but it seems the response is greater than you might have anticipated when you extended the invitation. A big group is great for us, expensewise, but will the Boeing centers allow that many together? Just wondering and hoping it all comes together without any hitches. Let us know and have a great weekend!
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sat May 22, 2004 11:03 am

Alright guys I've formally started the shirt logo contest under a separate thread. It is now open to all a.net members, regardless of if they are going to make this trip or not.
It appears that it is going to be the SEATAC Ramada Inn after all, Vik will be making the reservations for everyone and will send out a distribution for this tommorrow.
BTW, for those of you who are coming, I'm flying into SEA on Frontier 811 on the 28th. Anyone else booked on this flight?
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sat May 22, 2004 11:29 am

Just my $.02, for those airline employees heading up to this event,if hotels are an issue,you may want to look into ID90 discounts in the SEA area. There are some good deals going on right now.
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sat May 22, 2004 4:29 pm

ACB777 whats your e-mail address.. im also from YVR
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 23, 2004 2:50 am

Is it just for one day? Think I could fly in and see it and leave that night??
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Cen

Sun May 23, 2004 4:11 am

Continental -

The core (main) tours will be taking place over two days, June 29th and 30th. So you COULD come and leave in one day, but you'd be missing a lot.

I think the best way to do it would be come in on the 28th and could leave as early as the evening of the 30th.

Anyway, let me know if there's anything I can do to help.

Steve
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 23, 2004 6:02 am

Priceline offers some really low fares around Sea-Tac, usually the Doubletree for under $40. So, if you're a NR and $ is tight, that might help you out. Enjoy your trip guys.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 23, 2004 1:56 pm

I'm in! Just emailed my flight details and confirmation to the seattlemeet email address above. Look forward to meeting all of you that are going in Seattle. Thinking up some sort of design for the t-shirt too. Although I have absolutly no artistic skills. Thank god for computers!

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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 23, 2004 8:35 pm




Dinker225,

Received the e mail with your flight details. Excellent. I have also booked my tickets since last night and so I'll see everyone there on the 28th.

cheers


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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Mon May 24, 2004 12:40 pm

For those of you so inclined to do something in-and-about the area after the Boeing Tours, I created some tour ideas for ya....

http://gmwnet.com/BestOfSeattle.htm

Far from complete, and completely biased. But info from a local yokel...  Smile

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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Mon May 24, 2004 1:07 pm

How many people are confirmed to be going so far? And how long are most people staying?

Dinker
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 3:46 am


UPDATE:

HOTEL CONFIRMED
We are staying at the Ramada Inn at Sea-Tac Airport. All of those who have sent me confirmed e mails about coming to this meet will be sent individual e mails letting them know who they are sharing the room with if they have opted to do so. Please respond to the e mail as soon as possible with your flight details so I can make necessary arrangements for transport to avoid leaving anyone behind. You will not be able to call and get the special rate on your own

TEAGUE DISPLAY CENTER TOUR: IMPORTANT CHANGES
We have been told by BOEING that the maximum number of people that we can have for that tour is 20. THERE WILL BE NO SECOND GROUP. I am currently bordering on 20 confimed people, and the priority is as follows.
1) People who have sent me confirmed air bookings.
2) In-town people who have already confirmed (you better not no show, if I am going to deny any more)
3) Any out of town people who have confirmed with me via email but have not sent in their air bookings yet (Deadline to send in air booking details is Thursday May 27, 2004 5pm Eastern)
4) Any other people who want to join if there is space left over.


cheers

Vik.


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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 4:00 am

Charlib52: Nice job!!! Looks very professional with all the times, etc  Wink/being sarcastic.

WindowsSeat: Hehehe. I was just about going to ask if there were any updates.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 4:58 am

Oh yeah guys.. I almost forgot. Don't you worry.. we will be sure to make a stop at the Boeing Store so you geeks can fulfill your intense cravings for Boeing memorabila!  Big grin
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 6:15 am

bcainfosys

I resemble that remark
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 6:18 am

You mean you "resent" that remark? Ok, well then you need to go find yourself a sense of humor buddy. (In case you hadn't noticed, the geek part was SATIRE as noted by the the little winking-smiley face after the post)

And if you "resemble" that remark, then yeah, who cares? Why am I supposed to care that you're a geek? :P
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 7:58 am

I think many of us going could be considered 'geeks' but that's in a good way. I'm certainly something of a geek, considering my collection of aircraft models, books and other paraphernalia. Surely, a visit to the Boeing Store could conceivably bankrupt me if I don't put a cap on spending. Then again, I'm traveling as light as possible and won't be able to bring much back, may have to have stuff shipped home if I get carried away. Not a good year for me to be doing that but this chance will likely never come again for me, better make the most of it. Too bad Boeing has no tour of the Renton site, as well, that too would make a great stop. Glad I put in extra time for Seattle and its' surroundings, this city has always appeared pristinely beautiful in every photo and film I've seen of it. Really looking forward to that, as well. This trip's a winner!  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 8:08 am

ok guys...Back home in Georgia if we say we resemble a remark or we represent that statement, it is a smart-aleck way of agreeing with someone in a purely goodnatured way. What my response meant was "I'll be right beside you ogling the stuff that is all the more special because it came from the Boeing Store AT THE FACTORY!"

If you read some of my other posts you would see that I referred to myself as an aviation geek, and my suggestion for the t-shirts for the trip said 'A.nets SeattleMeet 2004..Airplane Geeks in Paradise'. I would not have suggested this if I did not proudly identify myself as one. Anyone sensitive to this term as a perjorative, I am profoundly sorry...I probably won't change my way of speaking, but I am sorry.

I too am looking forward to this trip and meeting all of my fellow airliner geeks, and my wife already explained to me the penalty for overspending at the store. She says I already spend too much on comic books, airplane models, and trips to Farnborough and other aviation related locales. I guess I am a geek extraordinaire!  Big grin
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 12:11 pm

And just in case anyone didn't catch on my overdose of sarcasm today, I was just messin with our Georgian friend here. He and I both know we're messin with the other and we've made our peace.  Big grin
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue May 25, 2004 1:46 pm

Me me me! I'm in I'm in I'm in! I will send email. Only problem could be if I get a new job, I could have to spend time out of town around then. (I'm local.)
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 3:31 am

BREAKING NEWS!

OK guys, it took a little bit of work to find the right contact and to get everything all worked out, but I am on the verge of confirming a tour of Renton for us, where the venerable 737 is assembled. (Unfortunately the last 757 has entered production and so they're starting to wind that line down. No tour of the 757 line for us  Sad) But hey, all those 737s you've flown in your life, you get to see where they were born! This is a tour that even I haven't taken, and I work like 1/4 mile from there!

Just one more memorable accomplishment to add to this already stellar line-up of Boeing greatness! WOOT!  Big thumbs up

Oh, and just as a sidenote, here are the Rules for the Renton tour:

Section 8 – Tour Rules and Regulations

1) All tours will be conducted as defined in BPI-3051, 737/757 Renton Site Tours.
2) No cameras, video or cell phones permitted as defined in Boeing procedure PRO-2783.
3) Visitors must comply with all safety regulations;
- No open-toed shoes
- No high-heeled shoes
- Wear appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (safety glasses, ear plugs) as posted for the areas being visited (Steve's note: If any safety gear is required, they will provide it. This just states that you must comply with the regulations.)
4) Visitors must adhere to the tour path as defined by their tour guide.
5) No children under the age of 12.
6) Boeing escorts must remain with their visitors at all times and visit only those buildings defined on the badge request form.
7) The release or disclosure of Boeing Limited or Boeing Proprietary information in any manner is strictly prohibited. (Steve's note: I doubt we'd see anything "secret" anyway, but if we do, we have to keep our mouths shut and not blab about it here on a.net!)

[Edited 2004-05-26 20:48:26]
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 3:36 am

Wow that is awesome. I wonder what the tour of Renton will be like. It will probably be far less commercialized than that 747 one in Everett. By any chance would it involve going on the floor, or are there catwalks in Renton as well?
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 3:53 am

 Wow! BCAInfoSys... It just keeps getting better and better!!! Awesome...  Big thumbs up
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 6:10 am

I already confirmed my trip, Im so stoked to be there! One question....How many will be non-reving there and are you non-revers will be staying at the Ramada too? How are we doing with the transportation? Do we have anough vans to take us all?
Thanks guys for making this happen. Im looking forward to meet everyone there.


Migs
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 6:15 am

The Ramada provides transportation to and from the airport. From what I understand a few members are renting vans for other transportation and we are all pitching in for the rental and gas. I too am looking forward to meeting everybody that is going. Should be a blast!

Dinker
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 6:26 am

I will be non-reving, supposed to arrive about 930am on Monday. WindowSeat is going to send us all an email with addresses, times, and I believe phone number for each other so we can contact one another when we arrive.

What do you guys think of wearing name badges for the first day or so, with our username on top and our first name just below? Speaking for myself, I am bad with names until I associate a face and personality with the name.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 7:09 am

N685FE, the badge idea is an excellent one; it certainly will help us sort out who's who. I'm bad with names, too. By 'non-reving' does that mean 'not driving'? Never heard that term before. I'll contribute to a van rental. Can't believe we get to see Renton, too; didn't know they made ANY provision for tours of that plant. This most definitely will be a trip of a lifetime! I assume the emails on room-sharing and other details will go out after tomorrow's cutoff for each of us to forward our trip confirmations; isn't this correct?
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 7:24 am

Non-reving, he isn't paying for his airline ticket. Most likely an employee who has the benefit of free travel. Although if the flights are full they don't go. Is anybody originating in Denver or stoping over in Denver on their way to Seattle?

Dinker
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Thu May 27, 2004 7:36 am

Thanks, Dinker225. Guess I'd know that if I flew more. I'm likely one of only a few here NOT enrolled in a frequent-flyer program. My company certainly doesn't have that, not even for specific business. Sigh! And sorry, I'm coming straight from Newark, NJ to Seattle, I didn't want to deal with any stops.
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 30, 2004 8:14 am

Yup, Dinker225 is right. I work for an airline so i get to travel anytime I want if there is a seat for me. So far, in 5 years I have only missed a flight once.
Btw, I am departing from DFW with a co-worker who was very lucky to sign himself in at the last minute. We will pitch in for the rentals too.
See you guys


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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 30, 2004 12:01 pm

Where are you guys talking about meeting up? I'd love to go!! I've been dying to get to the Meseum of Flight ever since the Concorde arrived. What a beauty!!! I damn near wreck my truck every time I drive down I-5 toward SEA. Please let me know.
 
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 30, 2004 12:13 pm

Jetfixer75:

Start at the top of this thread and read down. It's all right here........

There are now less than 30 days left until this trip!
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 30, 2004 1:00 pm

Said earlier that the groups could only be max of 20, have they reached that limit? Or CAN a second group be put together?

I know myself and UADC8CONTRAIL want to attend, but we would only be doing a day trip. Maybe the 30th works better.


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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Sun May 30, 2004 2:24 pm

Do you guys plan on letting me know if I am in or not? I sent email. I am tentative, but I would appreciate knowing if I have *any* chance of joining the group.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Mon May 31, 2004 4:04 am

Information Bravo is now available.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Mon May 31, 2004 4:24 am

ScarlotHarlot (I will admit, that IS a name!)

Please contact WindowSeat for more information. He is handling the registration for this trip. He should know how we stand on the number of people that will be attending.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Mon May 31, 2004 5:31 am

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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Mon May 31, 2004 5:53 am

Andrew:

As stated in the e-mail that was sent to you as winner of the design contest you will be receiving your shirt free of charge. I already have the shipping and size information that you sent.

Allen
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Mon May 31, 2004 10:59 am

Once you recieve all of the flights can you put together a schudule of when everyone is departing and arriving in seattle, also the airline, departure airport, etc.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue Jun 01, 2004 3:35 am

I sent email to both WindowSeat and BCAInfoSys. Will you guys please let me know if I have a chance of going or not?
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue Jun 01, 2004 5:48 am



ScarlotHarlot,

I just sent you an e mail. For all those who are eager to join the tour. We have filled our 20 people quota for the group (although we would have loved to have more). So, the tours on the morning of 29th are full. But you are most welcome to join us the night before or for the stuff we've planned for the 30th. It's going to be a lot of fun and the more people who can meet up with us the better. However, I am really sorry, the tours for the 29th morning are fully booked.

cheers



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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue Jun 01, 2004 6:17 am

Thanks for the emails, Type-Rated and WindowSeat!
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue Jun 01, 2004 6:19 am

Hey guys, fellow A.nutters. I just wanted to chip in here and congratulate you with this fanatstic joint effort. It's heart warming to see how this thing came together, and all the time and effort you put into this to make it a unforgetable worthwhile visit for people that you may have never met before.

If I wasn't located 10,000 km from the Seattle area, I would have most certainly joined. I wish you all the best to all of you who have contributed to make this happen. Make sure you have a really good time, and off course those who are unable to participate, we expect a very extensive trip report with lots of photo's [where possible].

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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue Jun 01, 2004 7:26 am

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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Tue Jun 01, 2004 7:37 am

Andrew Great job on the artwork, dude.
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Wed Jun 02, 2004 7:03 am

OK guys, the tour of the Renton 737 Assembly is CONFIRMED!

I think this will also get us a visit out to the flightline where the 737s get their final work done before the flight over to Boeing Field for painting & delivery.

Anyway, I just got the confirming e-mail from the Renton Tours Coordinator and wanted to let you know the good news!

Tuesday, June 29th: 10:00 - 11:00 AM, Renton Assembly (4-81/82 Buildings)

Woo hoo!  Big thumbs up
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WindowSeat
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RE: Who's Interested?: Visit To Boeing Display Center

Wed Jun 02, 2004 7:46 am


That is absolutely fantastic news!!!!!

Steve,

I just want to thank you, on behalf of everyone, for arranging such wonderful tours for us. It is a lifetime opportunity and we owe it to you. Great job, thanks!

cheers

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