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Thread: First CO Winglitted 757 at EWR Friday 6-3

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    First CO Winglitted 757 at EWR Friday 6-3

    Well CO first winglit equipped 757 went on line today June 2, the winglits are back
    on N67134, it operated CO's Inagural Flight tonight EWR-ARN. If anyone wants to catch
    her at EWR tommorow (Friday 6-3) she is due back from ARN at 1210 CO 63 and departing
    to IAH at 1330 on CO 23. Come on guys Mike, Art, Senga, one of Senga's clones, somebody
    should catch this.


    Cheers LGA777

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    if anyone then at least one of the clones will get it...
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Looks like I wont be able to make this one. Although there are many clones. Unfortunatly the "Collective" share ONE car. And that car is being serviced.
    Senga

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    did anybody manage to catch the 757 after having her work done?
    it is mathematically impossible for either hummingbirds, or helicopters to fly. fortunately, neither are aware of this.

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    Okay folks here is another opportunity to catch her, as I type this she is
    in FLL and doing Flight 1468 back to EWR ETA 1454. does not depart till
    2015 Flight 38 to Oslo, any takers ?

    LGA777

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    I'd like to go for it but I want the MAS744 that i was hoping to get as well..lands at like 7pm. Thats a long time to do nothing at EWR.
    Please post again when it comes.
    Shows an arrival time of
    06/04/2005 02:58 PM
    I have about 30 mins to make a choice.

    Senga

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    Senga, assuming she goes to Oslo as scheduled tonight she would be back at
    1125 Sunday morning on CO 39

    Ron

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    Ron, Thanks for posting the info on the COA752WL. I decided to put off the MAS744 until next time and goget the COA. I did make it to EWR for the COA752WL. I did take several shots however, I felt it would be best to use a shot showing both Winglets instead of a profile.

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    It's a shame that it took so many years after the Cold War for a US airline to go buy a Tu-204.
    Email me anytime at [email protected].

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    I still think the TU-204 looks better :)

    Senga

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    Quote Originally Posted by SengaB
    I still think the TU-204 looks better :)

    Senga
    But this CO 757 looks damn fine too. :)

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    Would have loved to but my "real job" comes first, yippee.....

    Soon, some day soon.

    Mike
    "my finger on the shutter button, while my eye is over my shoulder"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil D.
    It's a shame that it took so many years after the Cold War for a US airline to go buy a Tu-204.
    Maybe we should let Continental know to call the winglet wonders "Tupolevskis" :)
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    Hey Mark, this bird is actually heading your way Sunday (subject to change) showing doing CO 1854 EWR-PBI
    arriving at 1829 local departing back to EWR at 1930 on CO 455, hope you can catch it !

    Regards LGA777

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    WOW!!...Thanks for the the info! I hope they are using 9L today - weather in South FLA has been wierd this week and had them using mainly 27R and sometimes, even 13 on occasions. If it's 9L, then there is a spot very close to the end of the threshold that I have been going to. I'll see if I can get out there this afternoon and catch it!
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