Does anyone have any old timetables? (1989 to 1993)

Old May 9, 20, 5:00 am
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Does anyone have any old timetables? (1989 to 1993)

I'm spending my lockdown working out my flight history, and I'm currently dealing with a section of flights I did from Gatwick to Roissy CDG in 1989 to March 1993 on Air France.

I have one old timetable from winter 1989 to Spring 1990, but looking for flight timings and aircraft types for August 1989, August 1990, November/December 1990, July 1991, March 1992, June1993, March 1993.

Any help greatly appreciated.
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Old May 9, 20, 8:47 am
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Originally Posted by bisonrav View Post
July 1991
Link below concerns May to October 1991:

https://airline-memorabilia.blogspot...ance-1991.html

While I was checking which type of aircaft could be B12 or B15 (which I still don't know btw) rostered to LGW, I've noticed that smoking sections on all planes.
When was the smoking ban implemented?
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Old May 9, 20, 11:19 am
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Originally Posted by flying_blue_white_red View Post
Link below concerns May to October 1991:

https://airline-memorabilia.blogspot...ance-1991.html

While I was checking which type of aircaft could be B12 or B15 (which I still don't know btw) rostered to LGW, I've noticed that smoking sections on all planes.
When was the smoking ban implemented?
B12 and B15 were 1-11 200 and 500 respectively. Thanks for the link! [edit] - the 1-11 flights look like the Dan-Air flights from LGW which would figure, I was definitely on Air France for these trips.

Smoking continued well into the 1990s, I think must transatlantic stopped in the mid 90s, I certainly flew in a smoking cabin 1993 or so.

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Question now is, what was the "100" aircraft type operated by AF out of Gatwick. Thinking it might be a Fokker 28 1000 but it's not listed in my 1989 timetable. Any clues are welcome.
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Originally Posted by bisonrav View Post
B12 and B15 were 1-11 200 and 500 respectively. Thanks for the link! [edit] - the 1-11 flights look like the Dan-Air flights from LGW which would figure, I was definitely on Air France for these trips.

Smoking continued well into the 1990s, I think must transatlantic stopped in the mid 90s, I certainly flew in a smoking cabin 1993 or so.
Ah yes indeed you are definitely right, I only focused on "K" airport and aircraft, rather than on flight numbers as well
Interesting info, never thought that smoking onboard was allowed so long into the 90s.
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Old May 9, 20, 12:41 pm
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Got it, Fokker 100, TAT. There's a picture of one of them here

https://abpic.co.uk/pictures/operato...0xSx%20TATxBCx
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I do have a few old timetables, but mine mostly don't predate 1996.
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