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narcissus
09-14-2007, 11:26 PM
Please click here:
http://bbs.feeyo.com/posts/260/topic-0016-2605958.html
I booked the flight from PHL-MSP-SEA-MSP-PHL on Sep 12 first, then I can take A330 from MSP-SEA, and B742 from SEA-MSP.
But I am afraid of delaying in PHL-MSP segment, it was only one hour transfer time in MSP. So cancelled the original ticket and booked another one with Mileage Run
Sep 11, PHL-MSP-DTW-SEA
Sep 12, SEA-MSP-PHL
Sorry for Chinese remark only, but I bet everyone here can understand what I said even only through the photos I took that day.

Nonstop2AUH
09-15-2007, 12:48 AM
Nice pics, surprised we didn't hear more about this as IIRC this would be the retirement of the last 747 Classic in US passenger service (with any airline - at one time or another, just about every major US airline operated them). In fact, someone correct me if I'm wrong but this also marks the end of first generation widebodies in US scheduled passenger service as nobody is operating Tristars and the only pax DC-10s out there are strictly charter (ATA, Omni, etc.).