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Old Jul 14, 19, 4:07 pm
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7. (1982) Three airlines operate a single daily nonstop flight between Kansas City and Las Vegas. Each airline operates a different aircraft type Ė one with 2 engines, one with 3 engines and one with 4 engines. Identify each airline and the aircraft it operates on this route.
7- we know the OZ D9S, so Iíll offer a TWA 707 and a United 72S as the others
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Old Jul 14, 19, 7:28 pm
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24. (1987) After forgetting your 43rd wedding anniversary last week, you’ve decided to make it up to your beloved by taking her on a surprise weekend trip to Innsbruck. You call British Airways to book reservations. Whaaat? BA doesn’t fly to Innsbruck?! The BA agent helpfully suggests you call a different airline which offers the only nonstop service between London and Innsbruck via a single twice-weekly flight. Identify the airline and the aircraft type operated on this route.
Dan-Air BAe 146-100 from Gatwick ?
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27. (1961) You need to fly from New Orleans to New York next week. For a variety of reasons, youíve never much cared for Douglas airliners, so you decide to book a flight on the only airline offering service with a Boeing built jetliner. The flight makes one stop enroute. Identify the airline, the aircraft and the single enroute stop.

If I were a betting man I would wager this was an Eastern Airlines 720 stopping (naturally) in Atlanta (ATL)

Well let's hope you're not a betting man because the airline was not Eastern. However, the aircraft was a 720 and the flight did route through Atlanta. Care to finish this one off?
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27. (1961) You need to fly from New Orleans to New York next week. For a variety of reasons, you’ve never much cared for Douglas airliners, so you decide to book a flight on the only airline offering service with a Boeing built jetliner. The flight makes one stop enroute. Identify the airline, the aircraft and the single enroute stop.

If I were a betting man I would wager this was an Eastern Airlines 720 stopping (naturally) in Atlanta (ATL)

Well let's hope you're not a betting man because the airline was not Eastern. However, the aircraft was a 720 and the flight did route through Atlanta.

Dependent on when in 1961, this would likely be either Capital, operating with leased United 720s, or United themselves, as the two merged together in that year. The merger had been a long time planning, and United aircraft were being introduced onto Capital routes.
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6. (1988) You and your wife have just settled into the plush First Class seats of a big, beautiful Lockheed L-1011 and are savoring the first sips of your pre-flight Bloody Marys. Looking out your window, you can’t help but admire the impressive lineup of 747 freighters parked at Anchorage International Airport. Still, in your eyes, Lockheed’s big bird – the only one flying out of Anchorage – is the most beautiful airplane on the tarmac. Can you identify the airline you’re flying on and the destination of your flight?

Per OskiBear:
1988 seems late to still route via ANC, but I'll try British Airways to Tokyo (NRT)

Per Toshbaf: United Airlines to San Francisco.

Please see Post 15894 above...
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7. (1982) Three airlines operate a single daily nonstop flight between Kansas City and Las Vegas. Each airline operates a different aircraft type – one with 2 engines, one with 3 engines and one with 4 engines. Identify each airline and the aircraft it operates on this route.

Per Toshbaf:
Ozark, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30
TWA, Boeing 727-100
United, McDonnell Douglas DC-8-71

Per jrl767: We know the OZ D9S, so I’ll offer a TWA 707 and a United 72S as the others

And the correct answer goes to: jrl767 Nice try, Mr. T ^ You certainly set the table with your original answer, but the knife and spoon were on the wrong side of the plate. Does anyone here know if by chance United ever operated scheduled flights with the DC-8-71 into MCI?

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13. (1982) Back in 1982, passengers desiring nonstop jet flights between Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport and San Antonio had a choice of three airlines. One of them was of course Southwest. Please identify the other two airlines and the aircraft type each operated on this route.

Ozark, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30
Muse Air, McDonnell Douglas MD-80

Not so sure about Muse but more sure about Ozark


Good call on Ozark and the DC-9-30, T. As for Muse Air, I don't believe it commenced service into San Antonio until after it had been acquired by Southwest and changed its name to Transtar (1985)

So - we're looking for one more airline here. Go for it!
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24. (1987) After forgetting your 43rd wedding anniversary last week, youíve decided to make it up to your beloved by taking her on a surprise weekend trip to Innsbruck. You call British Airways to book reservations. Whaaat? BA doesnít fly to Innsbruck?! The BA agent helpfully suggests you call a different airline which offers the only nonstop service between London and Innsbruck via a single twice-weekly flight. Identify the airline and the aircraft type operated on this route.

Dan-Air BAe 146-100 from Gatwick ?

You are correct, Sir! Here's the schedule:

DanAir DA 884 London (LGW) 130p-430p Innsbruck (INN) Bae-146 Sat Sun

27. (1961) You need to fly from New Orleans to New York next week. For a variety of reasons, youíve never much cared for Douglas airliners, so you decide to book a flight on the only airline offering service with a Boeing built jetliner. The flight makes one stop enroute. Identify the airline, the aircraft and the single enroute stop.

Dependent on when in 1961, this would likely be either Capital, operating with leased United 720s, or United themselves, as the two merged together in that year. The merger had been a long time planning, and United aircraft were being introduced onto Capital routes.

And WHBM scores on the rebound!! You are correct on all counts. The source I referenced for this question was issued pre-merger, so the airline I was looking for was indeed Capital. Its 720s were leased from UA and never wore Capital's livery. Here's the schedule:

Capital Airlines CA 872 New Orleans (MSY) 1025a-1235p Atlanta (ATL) 120p-410p New York (IDL) Boeing 720 Daily
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13. (1982) Back in 1982, passengers desiring nonstop jet flights between Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport and San Antonio had a choice of three airlines. One of them was of course Southwest. Please identify the other two airlines and the aircraft type each operated on this route.

Ozark, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30
Muse Air, McDonnell Douglas MD-80

Not so sure about Muse but more sure about Ozark


Good call on Ozark and the DC-9-30, T. As for Muse Air, I don't believe it commenced service into San Antonio until after it had been acquired by Southwest and changed its name to Transtar (1985)

So - we're looking for one more airline here. Go for it!
Republic (the Hughes Airwest / North Central / Southern airline, not the commuter airline using the name now), McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30

Right or wrong about the route, Republic did try to start a focus city at Hobby.

Related question: What happened to the terminal at Hobby? In the 1980's, it slightly resembled Eastern Airlines Terminal at JFK in that there were two concourses at each end. In between, there was a half circular bulge in the floor plan.

The original granite on the outside was kept when the terminal was replaced around 1998. The 2 concourses were demolished and a connected pier, like Dallas Love Field, was built. Was any of the terminal kept? Was the half circular bulge kept but enclosed? Or demolished?

Keeping the old terminal is not common but has been done. Part of Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is very old. The central portion is decades old but additions were built outward and is now a food court. Ben Gurion airport also has an old terminal that was made to look modern by adding a glass facade to the street side instead of an old brick building with individual windows.
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Old Jul 15, 19, 1:56 am
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2. (1982) Life in Helena, Montana is pretty nice but when it comes to flying out of town, the options are severely limited. And expensive. As fate would have it, your wife needs to help care for her mother who’s recently broken her hip in a fall. Mother B. lives in Fargo, North Dakota. A call to your travel agent reveals that there are a variety of connections available – some with long layovers – or there’s a four-stop direct flight – on a jet no less – that will get into Fargo in the mid-afternoon. After a missed connection last year that robbed the family of a day in the Caribbean, your wife opts for the four stopper. Identify the airline, aircraft and the four stops in order that she’ll be flying.

4. (1983) Your job as an airport police officer at Evansville, Indiana has you more familiar than most with the airlines and aircraft types that serve EVV. Lately, the only jets you ever see at EVV are DC-9s from Eastern and US Air. Eastern used to fly 727s into EVV but it’s been a while since any of those were scheduled through here. Imagine then your surprise to see a new jet aircraft type (Not a McDonnell-Douglas) operating with a different airline than EA or AL. The airplane overnights in Evansville before returning to the airport from whence it originated the next morning. Identify the airline, the aircraft and the city it flies into EVV from.
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5. (1958) It’s autumn of 1958 and you’re excited to be making your first trans-continental trip. Your flight will depart from Hartford’s Bradley International Airport and make three stops enroute to your destination at Oakland International Airport, conveniently located just four miles from your uncle’s house in San Leandro. Identify the airline, the aircraft and the three enroute stops you’ll make.

8. (1982) The Canadian rock band Rush is playing next weekend in Calgary and you’re excited to have scored two fourth row tickets to the concert. Although there are no nonstop flights between your home airport in Portland, Oregon and Calgary, you figure you’ll fly up to Vancouver and connect to Calgary from there. Alas, you can’t find anything but First Class seats between YVR and YYC. No way, man… that’s too much money. Hmm… what’s this? Well how ‘bout that?! There’s a daily three stop direct flight between Portland and Calgary that has two seats available at a fairly reasonable fare. Identify the airline, aircraft and the three enroute stops.

9. (1983) Per the 1983 OAG I referenced for these questions, what is Aspen Airways’ longest flight? Identify the city pair and the aircraft type operated, please.

10. (1987) You’ve got business in Dallas, Texas and because you successfully negotiated a multi-million dollar contract for the company last month, the boss has opted to reward you with – amongst other things – a First Class ticket from London to Dallas and back. The offer is somewhat bittersweet in that you’ve always wanted to fly in First Class aboard a 747 and since Braniff no longer operates its bright orange 747s on this route, you’re stuck with a DC-10 via the other airline(s) that fly LGW to DFW. Not so fast says the company travel agent. There is one airline that operates a single once weekly 747 between LGW and DFW. First Class is available. Book it, Danno! Identify the airline you’ll be flying, please.

11. (1988) You’ve just received an invitation from an old business partner to join him and a couple of associates for a weekend of golf and networking at Las Vegas’ Showboat Country Club. Well… why the heck not?! Especially since a hurricane is bearing down on the Florida Keys and the weather in Miami projects to be less than desirable over the next few days. A quick check of the schedules indicates that the MIA-LAS market is served via a single direct one stop flight that’ll get you into Las Vegas in the early afternoon, just in time for a nine hole warm up round followed by a round of cocktails and dinner. You quickly book a First Class seat and call your partner back to relay your arrival time. Please identify the airline, aircraft and the enroute stop.

12. (1961) You’ve been wanting to take your wife on vacation to Portugal for years. Now that a new two-stop direct jet flight has become available between Miami and Lisbon, what’s stopping you? Why, nothing, Senhor! Please identify the airline, the two enroute stops and of course the aircraft type to be flown.

13. (1982) Back in 1982, passengers desiring nonstop jet flights between Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport and San Antonio had a choice of three airlines. One of them was of course Southwest. Please identify the other two airlines and the aircraft type each operated on this route.
Please see Post 15907 & 15911

14. (1983) You’ve just received a call from an old college buddy to see if you and your better half would care to join him and his girlfriend on a short three-night pleasure cruise to Miami departing Montego Bay, Jamaica this coming Saturday night. Well, sure! Let’s check the schedules. Hmm… There are no nonstops from Logan down to Montego Bay, but one airline offers a single daily direct flight that makes two enroute stops. Identify all the usual qualifiers, please.

16. (1988) It’s not often that business calls for you to travel from your home office outside Atlanta, Georgia to the far-flung regional office in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. When it did recently, you were pleased to discover a two-stop direct flight from Atlanta that would put you into Sioux Falls early in the afternoon. You quickly book it and make a note to pack a sandwich since no meals will be offered enroute. Name the airline, the two intermediate stops and the aircraft type you’ll be flying.

17. (1983) You’ve got a breakfast meeting with a new client scheduled for Wednesday morning up in Austin. It’s a bit far to drive from your office in McAllen, Texas but thankfully there’s a direct morning flight that’ll get you into Austin at 8:25am. Two stops are made enroute but at least the flight is operated with a spacious jet rather than a small prop. Identify the airline, the stops and the aircraft type.
See Post 15882 above

18. (1982) Identify the only two U.S. airlines that in 1982 operated scheduled flights aboard their wide-bodied jets in an all-economy class configuration. Additionally, identify the type of wide-body each airline flew.

19. (1987) You need to fly from Brussels, Belgium into London’s Luton Airport. Not surprisingly, only one airline offers flights on the BRU-LTN route with two mostly daily flights (X67) and a single Friday night only departure. You quickly book a seat aboard the Friday night departure. Identify the airline and jet aircraft type you’ll be flying upon.
A N S W E R E D

20. (1983) You need to fly from Baton Rouge, Louisiana up to Virginia next week. Since your appointment is out near Dulles, IAD will be your airport of choice. Surely this is gonna involve a connection somewhere along the way. What’s that old saying… “When I die and go to heaven, I’ll probably have to connect in Atlanta”. Dulles is hardly heavenly, but you look skyward and say a small prayer upon discovering that there’s a three stop direct flight that departs Baton Rouge every morning at 7:43am. Identify the airline, the three enroute stops and the aircraft type.
See Post 15877 above

21. (1988) You need to fly from Seattle to New York, but since your brother lives in Flushing Meadows, the best airport for you to fly into is New York’s LaGuardia. Unfortunately there are no nonstops between Seattle and LGA. In fact, all of the airlines – with one exception – serve either JFK or EWR with either nonstop or direct flights. The one exception that serves LGA makes two stops enroute. Hmm… Well, at least you won’t be faced with any long layovers or potentially missed flights. Plus, the flight offers a couple of snacks enroute. Book it, Danno! Airline, stops and aircraft please!

22. (1982) In 1982, only one airline operated a turboprop nonstop from the U.S. mainland to the far reaches (over 1000 miles from the U.S. mainland) of the West Indies. The flight operated twice weekly and continued on to another island where it overnighted before returning to the U.S. the next day. Identify the airline, the U.S. gateway airport, the two destination airports s and the aircraft type.

23. (1983) Jets are wonderful inventions, but you’ve fond memories of your many flights aboard propeller driven aircraft such as the DC-6, Lockheed Electra and Vickers Viscount. You especially miss the large windows on airplanes like the Viscount, Convair 580 and Electra. Imagine then your surprise and delight to discover that in 1983 it’s still possible to fly all the way from Philadelphia to Chicago aboard a turboprop from the 1950s. The flight doesn’t operate nonstop of course – two enroute stops are made – but hey, so much the better as you’ll have that much more time to enjoy the experience enroute. Identify the airline, the aircraft and the two enroute stops.

25. (1988) What’s this? You’re driving to work through the Toronto suburbs when you spy a billboard touting Toronto’s only direct (one-stop) service to the Virgin Islands – specifically St. Thomas. Hmm... You quickly call your wife. What do you think, honey? Wanna go to the Virgin Islands next month? Right on! You quickly book a pair of seats while your wife works on the hotels. Please identify the airline, aircraft and the enroute stop, eh!

28. (1983) In the old days, if you wanted to fly from most anywhere in Canada to most anywhere in Texas, you had to make a connection in Chicago, Denver or New York. Since deregulation however, both nonstop and direct service is available from a variety of Canadian cities to either Dallas or Houston. Winnipeg is also a beneficiary of these new services, albeit via a daily two-stop direct flight to Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport. At least dinner and a snack are offered along the way. Identify the airline, aircraft and the two enroute stops.

30. (1988) You need to fly from Nassau in the Bahamas up to Hartford, Connecticut. To your surprise, the market is served by a single once daily direct flight that makes just one stop along the way. You quickly book yourself a First Class seat. Which airline will you be flying with? And while we’re at it, what’s the enroute stop and what type of aircraft will you be flying upon?

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Old Jul 15, 19, 2:04 am
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13. (1982) Back in 1982, passengers desiring nonstop jet flights between Houston’s William P. Hobby Airport and San Antonio had a choice of three airlines. One of them was of course Southwest. Please identify the other two airlines and the aircraft type each operated on this route.

Republic (the Hughes Airwest / North Central / Southern airline, not the commuter airline using the name now), McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30

While Republic did indeed serve Hobby, it did not do so on the HOU-SAT route - at least not per the 1982 source I referenced for this question. Additionally, the airline we're looking for did not fly the DC-9-30.

Please, deposit another quarter and guess again!

P.S. I enjoyed your Muse about the old terminal at Hobby. I've yet to fly into that airport.
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19. (1987) You need to fly from Brussels, Belgium into London’s Luton Airport. Not surprisingly, only one airline offers flights on the BRU-LTN route with two mostly daily flights (X67) and a single Friday night only departure. You quickly book a seat aboard the Friday night departure. Identify the airline and jet aircraft type you’ll be flying upon
1987, Luton, I believe that would be London European, on another of our old friends, a leased-from-Tarom One-Eleven.

Now, it must have been just after the end of that year that at the office we looked at doing a ski party to Austria. Not really my excitement so I didn't get involved with the arrangements, which were done by a cheapskate travel agency and involved a Saturday charter to Munich. From Luton. And the carrier was not Monarch or Britannia, but this "obscure" London European. Who I recall were doing weekday flights to mainstream Europe, and overnight/weekend charters for various holiday companies.

When the team got back they described a decidedly minimalist operation, with ZERO in flight catering, just a hard sell of duty free goods.

The money for London European behind the scenes had come from Ryanair, who at the time could not get licences for flights not serving Ireland, so this was a UK AOC used as an initial Trojan Horse into Europe. Tony Ryan, founder of Ryanair, had the idea, and his son, Cathal Ryan, up to then an Aer Lingus 747 pilot, became chairman of the airline. But not long afterwards the EU rules changed, Ryanair could go where they liked in Europe, LE was merged in … and the rest is history. Except for Luton to Brussels, where although several carriers have tried and failed over time, has no service today.

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Old Jul 15, 19, 11:15 am
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3. (1987) Passengers flying between Cork, Ireland and London, England have a choice of three BAC-111 operators, each operating the little British twinjet into a different London area airport (LHR, LGW or LTN). Can you identify each of the three airlines and match it up with the corresponding airport?

From my limited knowledge of British airlines, this sounds like British Airways to LHR and British Caledonian to LGW. No idea about LTN since EasyJet wasnít around back then.

Well now, you're correct on BA into LHR, however BCal was not one of the other airlines we're looking for. How about a wild guess on those two? This approach has occasionally served other participants well... I mean, what have you got to lose? Surely embarrassment at the wrong answer could hardly count. Look at me and how I thrash about with wild answers and questions to boot. Life goes on. Roll the dice and give it a go!

20. (1983) You need to fly from Baton Rouge, Louisiana up to Virginia next week. Since your appointment is out near Dulles, IAD will be your airport of choice. Surely this is gonna involve a connection somewhere along the way. Whatís that old sayingÖ ďWhen I die and go to heaven, Iíll probably have to connect in AtlantaĒ. Dulles is hardly heavenly, but you look skyward and say a small prayer upon discovering that thereís a three stop direct flight that departs Baton Rouge every morning at 7:43am. Identify the airline, the three enroute stops and the aircraft type.


With Southern long gone, Iím thinking Delta was about the only game in town at that point. Iíll suggest a DL 727 via BHM and ATL. (Hey, at least itís just a stop and not a connection.)

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Delta would be a likely candidate out of BTR, but alas, it was not DL, nor did the flight stop in either BHM or ATL. Please, guess again!
I see someone else got to the Cork to London question before me - which is quite alright, as I was truly out of ideas, and Iíd prefer to work from memory.

As for Baton Rouge to Washington, I see I misread it as two stops rather than three. Eastern was in BTR, but an Eastern milk run that avoids ATL seems unlikely. So Iíll say Republic via Southernís MEM hub and North Centralís DTW hub. Iím guessing the additional stop would be between those two - SDF (Louisville) seems reasonable.
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When was the last time you flew on a flight with an enroute stop?
Last April in the Caribbean twice on Winair DHC-6 Twin Otters.....

St. Maarten - St. Barts - Saba (and the SBH stop wasn't in their schedule) and then Saba - St. Eustatius - St. Maarten a few days later.
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Originally Posted by Seat 2A View Post
23. (1983) Jets are wonderful inventions, but youíve fond memories of your many flights aboard propeller driven aircraft such as the DC-6, Lockheed Electra and Vickers Viscount. You especially miss the large windows on airplanes like the Viscount, Convair 580 and Electra. Imagine then your surprise and delight to discover that in 1983 itís still possible to fly all the way from Philadelphia to Chicago aboard a turboprop from the 1950s. The flight doesnít operate nonstop of course Ė two enroute stops are made Ė but hey, so much the better as youíll have that much more time to enjoy the experience enroute. Identify the airline, the aircraft and the two enroute stops.
23 - the only turboprop operator I can recall from this time period across this part of the country was Freedom Airlines with Convair 580s ... how about stops at Allentown (ABE) and Cleveland (CLE)
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