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  • FlyingPhotog
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    I have every WN book since I started my job there, back to June 2001.

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  • Chris@YYZ
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    You'd be surprised how generous some airlines are

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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Originally posted by [email protected]
    I just send airlines a gernric e-mail asking for stuff, signing with my name and mailing address, of the 30 or 40 airlines I've e-mailed, about 3/4 have sent me stuff, or have told me they would send stuff, and of that 1/4 left over, most havent responded. Tho a lot of the airlines dont respond to me, they just send me stuff.
    Cool thanks for the tip. I should try that myself

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  • YEG boy
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    I have always collected them were I can.My pride and joy are still my Wardair canada timetables that range from 1985 to 1988.I also have some rare ones like Points of call who was a YEG based DC-8 charter airline in the mid to late 80s.I have multis of most and I am willing to trade.

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  • Chris@YYZ
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    Originally posted by avro_arrow_25206
    Mail = snail mail (postal service)

    But how did you manage to get them in the mail? Would airlines bother to send any if I ask?
    I just send airlines a gernric e-mail asking for stuff, signing with my name and mailing address, of the 30 or 40 airlines I've e-mailed, about 3/4 have sent me stuff, or have told me they would send stuff, and of that 1/4 left over, most havent responded. Tho a lot of the airlines dont respond to me, they just send me stuff.

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  • scramjet
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    Got a USAir one (or had) from the early nineties. It advertised "USAir Arriving on your computer desktop," one of the first airlines to put a website up. Got a WN one laying around too. Also, have a United Air Atlas from the 1960's, no schedules on it just route map and something interesting information.

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  • MaxPower
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    Originally posted by avro_arrow_25206
    Mail = snail mail (postal service)
    But how did you manage to get them in the mail? Would airlines bother to send any if I ask?
    Ngek Oops My bad !
    Oh I had that option too not long ago, If you ask them polite, they'de be more then happy to send it to your via mail. Unless you're talking with them personally, They might just hand the timetable over the counter ! But either way, you always end up getting one ! WEll some are lucky. though! Hmm

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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Originally posted by OY-KBN
    Hmmm hows that gonna be part of your collectables if you have it in your email? Are you printing them out ?
    John
    I've got a few timetables that airlines have sent me in the mail
    Mail = snail mail (postal service)

    But how did you manage to get them in the mail? Would airlines bother to send any if I ask?

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  • MaxPower
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    Originally posted by [email protected]
    I've got a few timetables that airlines have sent me in the mail.
    Hmmm hows that gonna be part of your collectables if you have it in your email? Are you printing them out ?


    John

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  • Chris@YYZ
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    I've got a few timetables that airlines have sent me in the mail.

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  • Genessee
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    I've only got a couple Jetsgo time tables.

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  • MaxPower
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    I started collecting timetables a couple of years ago.
    I use them to see my connecting flights and what leg I might use next time I travel and stuff. Before I go upstairs for my flight I wander around trough the bookings desks in CPH and in summer in MNL, I have BA's, LH's, CX's, Alitalia, 5J's, AY's (almost all the airlines serving CPH)..

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  • avro_arrow_25206
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    Do airlines still publish timetables, and if so where can one go about finding them?

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  • Lufthansa320
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    I have a ton of Timetables.....I base my selection on everything and anything avaliable at the airport. Every year while in Germany, I try to snag as many as possible. My fav. are probably Co ones from 99-01, which, if I can still find them, are in really bad shape cause IO was really young then and took it for granted Co printed them, which, of course, they stopped!

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  • DAL767-400ER
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    Well, you're probably aware that I am focussing my attention strictly on DL timetables . Though I also have a few others that I collected "as a side", primarily in the airport lounge in HAM, and at the check-in counters in JAX, when they were still available.

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