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ASA: EMB-120

Tue Jul 11, 2000 6:45 am

I have been reviewing the ASA C/S for this year as well as the one for 1999, and 1998 and I have noticed that in 98/99 they got their CRJs in the New Livery and this year they are painting their ATR-72s in the Old/New Livery. But are they going to get rid of the Orange/Yellow, Silver Fuselage and paint it into the Existing Paint Scheme, In my opinion, It certainly would make it look New and better.

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RE: ASA: EMB-120

Tue Jul 11, 2000 9:22 am

I heard that the plan was to slowly get rid of the EMB-120, without repainting them. I surely think they'd look alot better re-painted, but i don't know.

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RE: ASA: EMB-120

Tue Jul 11, 2000 11:27 am

Camille is correct. The 120's are gradually going away. They are going to be replaced by the CRJ and the ATR-72. Both types have orders presently from ASA.


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