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  • RETRORIDAIR : YYC-YYC-YUL-CDG, AUG2002

    Thanks for your time in visiting this one
    The pictures
    YYC-YYC 10AUG CF-TCC [photoid=228432][photoid=178545]
    YYC-YUL 14AUG C-FKCR [photoid=169440]
    YUL-CDG 14/15 AUG C-GDSU [photoid=329343]
    Details are on
    http://www.freewebs.com/alaindurand/2002flightlog.htm
    Alain
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  • #2
    Very Nice! I love how you have the details displayed on your website.

    Patrick



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    • #3
      Thanks everybody for visiting and keep coming
      Thanks Patrick for your post, I tried my best in squeezing as much info as possible into a space as small as possible, the good old table provided me with a solution. Main reason comes form the web hosting, the limit of which in terms of freebees is set to 7 pages.
      Alain
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      • #4
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        Nice review! How was the old prop?

        Happy Flying!

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        • #5
          Although overwholly narrow (one of the reasons why I picked up a seat next to the door), the aircraft provides for a nice surpise when seating. I would have loved to see how really looked the armchair shaped original stuff fitted in '37. Today's one are modern (either from a CRJ or Dash 8, forgot to ask, sorry)
          Also a very good point is the single-seat rows ; so no unwanted neighboor as there is always the separation provided by the albeit narrow middle corridor !!! But the separation is there ...
          And soundproofing fittings work well, probably too well, I hoped the old lady to be noisier. I got the impression I was right to avoid any of the 4 seats next to the wings, not because of the noise, but because of vision obstructed by the wings' surface. On the otherhand they allow a good view on the cockpit.
          Globally, I rate the flight 10 / 10, definitly worth the try. I got an opportunity not to be missed. The aircraft is operated for funding some Charities and getting a seat on a go-show basis is usually hard.
          Alain
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          *JetPhotos*
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          • #6
            Nice report!

            -Pete
            Pete Ganabathi
            Embry Riddle Aeronautical University

            Fly Frontier Airlines - A Whole Different Animal

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