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St-Louis/Lambert quand TWA y reignait en maître quasi absolu. Au contact, un Boeing 727-200 fait de l'ombre à un McDonnell MD80 tandis qu'un ATR42 occupe un poste hors-contact.
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Guess who is big in Minneapolis? While Northwest airline is the dominant carrier at MSP airport, the later is to be absorbed by Delta Airlines. The company will be the largest airlines worlwide
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WestCoastSpirit
 
On the (helicopter) way to downtown Dallas
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An incoming Midway Douglas DC.9-32 taxies to gate. Based at Chicago Midway, the airline was among scores which took their chances of the Deregulation Act passed in 1978. As which most entrants of the period, life was not kind for Midway which reformated trice before disappearing completely during the late 90s'.
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An Air China Boeing 737 seconds before runway contact in Paine Field, Everett. The plane did a touch and go, came back minutes after for a go-around test.
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WestCoastSpirit
 
a Southwest 737-700 on the runway at Las Vegas McCarran airport
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Aeronautic business landscape is somewhat different more than 3 years after I took this pictures. The Delta spin-off Song is now over. This faithful Boeing 757 wears probably the new livery or was maybe scarped, striped off for parts or stored in the desert. On the JetBlue side, it's business as usual as far are Airbus A320 planes are concerned. One could spot exactly the same ship back tracking the runway here in Orlando International Airport. Back from a week long IT training, en route to Atlanta.
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