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    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Jun 2005
    • 2128

    Hainan Airlines, Allegiant Air, flyglobespan, Capitol International, Canadian North

    Airliners issue 96 ON SALE NOW!

    Hainan Airlines
    American investment in a growing, innovative carrier

    Blended Winglets Fly on Boeing 757

    Aviation partners Boeing enhancement enters service

    Allegiant Air
    A different kind of low cost model drives growth for the Las Vegas carrier, now developing a Florida hub

    flyglobespan

    Low fares and holiday packages from Scotland

    Canadian North
    Arctic flying and gravel runways for native-owned 737s

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    New technology allows close maneuvers more often

    Capitol International Airways
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  • Humberside
    Senior Member
    • Oct 2004
    • 1915

    #2
    Looks interested - Might buy this issue

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    • Humberside
      Senior Member
      • Oct 2004
      • 1915

      #3
      I bought it and it was well worth the 4.20

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      • Hugh Jarse
        Senior Member
        • Feb 2005
        • 193

        #4
        What's this about blended winglets entering service. I've seen Continental operating a 757 with winglets at LGW and here's a photo dating back to March showing them. http://www.airliners.net/open.file/792264/M/

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