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Old Jan 17, 20, 9:18 pm
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Toshbaf
 
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46. This airline was operating three daily direct one stop flights from Toronto to Houston at this time. All three flights stopped at the same city with the same aircraft type being operated on every one of these flights. Identify the air carrier, the stop, the equipment and the airport in Houston these flights arrived into

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We're running out of airlines to ask if they fly to Houston! DFW was ruled out, which suggests AA but not really AA. I'm heading to the AA ticket counter!

American Airlines, YYZ - BNA - IAH, Boeing 727-200.

BNA was the fAAiled hub at Nashville, which had a number of lofty spokes, such as YYZ and IAH. Around 1989, AA's Sabre was famous for the one stop through hubs even though the equipment used might be different on the different legs of a flight number. So BNA is my current answer.
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