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Flying Blind

Posted November 19, 2006 by Mario J. Craig O.D.

We’ve just landed, picked up the car, and after a short drive, we turn toward a huge looming sign that says “DC Jets, Home of the 717.” Yes, we are here to do a bit of flight simulator training in the 717.

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Rendering of a Delta Air Lines Boeing 717. (Image by Delta)
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First Delta 717s to Arrive Next Year in Deal With Southwest

Posted July 9, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Delta’s first batch of ex-AirTran Boeing 717 jets will arrive in 2013.

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Southwest Airlines new Evolve interior seats.
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Southwest Airlines Upgrades Seats and Interiors With Eye On Sustainability

Posted January 18, 2012 by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren

Southwest Airlines introduced a fresh cabin overhaul Tuesday at their Dallas headquarters, touting advancements in sustainability, comfort and efficiency.

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An AirTran Boeing 717-200 (N950AT) wearing a special Little Debbie decal. (Photo by Cary Liao)
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Delta Air Lines to Snatch Up AirTran’s Entire Boeing 717 Fleet

Posted May 22, 2012 by NYCA Admin

Delta Air Lines announced on Tuesday that it had reached a deal with Southwest Airlines to take delivery of all 88 Boeing 717 aircraft in the AirTran fleet should Delta’s pilots ratify a new collective bargaining agreement.

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New Spanish Airline Volotea to Launch Flights This April

Posted February 16, 2012 by NYCA Admin

An all-Boeing 717 carrier backed by some serious players seeks to make a dent in the European airline industry in just a few weeks.

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Midwest Airlines Boeing 717-2BL N902ME touches down on LaGuardia Airport Runway 31
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Midwest Airlines Out of Business as of Tonight

Posted November 2, 2009 by NYCA Admin

Along with bringing the end of Midwest’s Boeing 717 service, Monday marks Midwest Airlines’ final day of service as an independent carrier.

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