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Old Nov 22, 15, 8:50 am
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Originally Posted by jrl767 View Post
16: so we have STL-ORD-DTW-ROC-SYR-xxx-BOS ... the only AA destination between SYR and BOS would have been Albany (ALB), and since (a) the elapsed times don't line up with an Electra's capability and (b) there's no way AA would have put a 707 on that milk run, I'm thinking the equipment must have been a BAC 1-11-400

20: AL D9S STL-IND-xxx-PIT-PHL-yyy-PVD ... how about xxx = Dayton (DAY) and yyy = Hartford (BDL)

just for fun, I have a wild-card guess for the only aircraft in EP's fleet (q12) ... the Handley Page Herald
12. The Handley Page Dart Herald turboprop is correct according to the Eastern Provincial Oct. 26, 1964 system timetable. The airline did operate other aircraft types but at this time only the Herald was being flown in scheduled service. The DC-3 would reappear later and the Carvair was also operated in scheduled service later on. By 1970, Eastern Provincial (PV) was operating new Boeing 737-200 aircraft. Meantime, the airline eventually replaced the Herald with the Hawker Siddeley HS748 before PV was merged into CP.

16. Correct!

20. Correct!

Last edited by jlemon; Nov 22, 15 at 10:07 am Reason: additional info
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