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Old Jul 27, 19, 9:02 am
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Originally Posted by Seat 2A View Post
25. (1988) ... Toronto’s only direct (one-stop) service to the Virgin Islands – specifically St. Thomas. ... Please identify the airline, aircraft and the enroute stop, eh!

Per Toshbaf: Already answered: American Airlines, Boeing 727-200. Enroute stop: MIA

Per jrl767: How about Raleigh/Durham (RDU)?

Both of these are excellent and very logical answers given AA's hubs of the day. Rather amazingly though, neither of them is the correct answer. Please, guess again!
25- I can’t recall exactly when they set it up or how long it lasted, but I know AA had a “hublet” of sorts for their Caribbean services (which I do remember included long flights on ATR-72 turboprops to Barbados (BGI)) at San Juan (SJU)

if this guess turns out to be incorrect, it’ll be time to start randomly working my way thru AA’s destinations along the Atlantic seaboard :/
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