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Old Jul 16, 19, 4:51 pm
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13. (1982) Back in 1982, passengers desiring nonstop jet flights between Houstonís 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.

Already answered: Ozark, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-3
3rd airline:
Braniff, Boeing 720


I like it! But hey - what do I know? Alas, the reference I sourced for this question says differently, as in different airline and different equipment. Please, guess again.
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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.

Republic operating a DC-9-10 on a routing of Portland-Seattle-Pasco-Spokane-Calgary.

You'd think, wouldn't you? But NO! It was a different airline flying along a completely different routing. Please do have another go at this one!

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.

Emerald operating a DC-9-10 on a routing of McAllen-Houston-San Antonio-Austin.

Hmm... yes and no. Per the schedules I referenced for this question, the flight was marketed as having been operated by Pan Am. That said, this was a cooperative effort with Emerald Air. There were no DC-9's ever painted in the Pan Am livery. As to the stops, here's what we know so far... MFE - ________ - IAH - AUS. Let's finish this one off!

And hey! It feels great to say Welcome Back and thank goodness that you all managed to escape the worst of Barry. Here's hoping you've successfully relocated to the high ground by the time the next big storm comes through. ^
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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.
A N S W E R E D

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.
Please see Post 15927

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.
Please see Post 15932

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.
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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.
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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.
A N S W E R E D

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.

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 15925

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 piston engine propliner from the 1950s. The flight doesn’t operate nonstop of course – two enroute stops in Ohio 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 16, 19, 6:06 pm
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Originally Posted by Seat 2A View Post

17. (1983) Youíve got a breakfast meeting with a new client scheduled for Wednesday morning up in Austin. Itís a bit far to drive from your office in McAllen, Texas but thankfully thereís a direct morning flight thatíll 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.
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17. Well, I want to say the first stop was Corpus Christi.....however, in keeping with the wild nature of my initial guess, let's go with this Pan Am Express flight operated by Emerald Air with a DC9 flying a routing of McAllen - San Antonio - Houston Intercontinental - Austin.
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Old Jul 16, 19, 7:14 pm
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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.
Seems like the only other possibility is a Frontier 737; stops at BZN, Denver (DEN), Rapid City (RAP), and Sioux Falls (FSD)

For the most part, yes. Frontier is the airline of record here, and the 737-200 is the correct aircraft type. Now you just need to clean up the itinerary a little bit. Here's what we know so far...

FL 737-200 HLN - BZN - ________ - DEN - FSD - FAR.

Go get 'em, J!

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.

Okay, let’s go with TWA — a Lockheed L-749 Constellation stopping at Pittsburgh (PIT), MDW, and Las Vegas (LAS)

You are inching closer. The airline was not TWA, but the aircraft was indeed a Constellation, though not the L-749 model. Finally, Chicago Midway remains the only correctly identified airport of the three enroute stops. I look forward to your next effort. ^

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.
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I am taking Seat 2A’s response to mean that the aircraft in question was a CV5, so I will offer Wright Airlines operating via Detroit City Airport (DET) and Columbus (CMH)

You would be correct in your assessment of the Convair 580. In every other regard however, you are flailing wildly. As you must surely suspect by now, it warms the cockles of my heart to see participants as knowledgeable as you all flailing over any of my questions. I sit here rubbing my hands in glee as I await your next response!

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Old Jul 16, 19, 7:26 pm
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17. (1983) Youíve got a breakfast meeting with a new client scheduled for Wednesday morning up in Austin. Itís a bit far to drive from your office in McAllen, Texas but thankfully thereís a direct morning flight thatíll 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.

Well, I want to say the first stop was Corpus Christi.....however, in keeping with the wild nature of my initial guess, let's go with this Pan Am Express flight operated by Emerald Air with a DC9 flying a routing of McAllen - San Antonio - Houston Intercontinental - Austin.

Sometimes first instincts are correct. This would be just such an occasion. Here's the schedule...

Pan Am 962 McAllen (MFE) 600a-630a Corpus Christi (CRP) 645a-730a Houston (IAH) 745a-825a Austin (AUS) DC-9-10 Daily X7
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2- I don’t recall FL with much Montana-to-Denver service down thru Wyoming after the Convair 580 days, so I’m gonna look in a somewhat more westerly direction and guess Salt Lake City (SLC) was the stop after BZN

23- well, I think I will be looking for my bottle of Russell’s Reserve ... last guess: Herman the Duck adorning the tail of a Republic Airlines CV5, stopping in Detroit (DTW) and Kalamazoo (AZO)
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Old Jul 16, 19, 7:43 pm
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I just want to say thanks to all of you for your patience with the large lag in my getting back to your responses over the past couple f days. Between a family emergency and poor internet connections, my response time has been slower than I would have liked. At present I am ensconced in seat 2F aboard an Alaska Airlines 737-900ER speeding southeast over northwest Wyoming toward Denver. $6.20 will get you an hour of fairly decent internet speeds on this flight. Most likely my next response to your responses will be either tomorrow morning or late tomorrow afternoon. Thursday morning and evening also look good at this time. Thanks again for your patience and your participation. ^
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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.

already answered correctly: Ozark, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30

new answer: Texas International, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-10
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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.

I don’t recall FL with much Montana-to-Denver service down thru Wyoming after the Convair 580 days, so I’m gonna look in a somewhat more westerly direction and guess Salt Lake City (SLC) was the stop after BZN

Now you're cookin'! Here's the schedule:

Frontier FL 352 Helena (HLN) 734a-754a Bozeman (BZN) 814a-912a B Salt Lake City (SLC) 937a-1035a Denver (DEN) 1125a-145p L Sioux Falls (FSD) 203p-248p Fargo (FAR) 737-200 Daily

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.

Well, I think I will be looking for my bottle of Russell’s Reserve ... last guess: Herman the Duck adorning the tail of a Republic Airlines CV5, stopping in Detroit (DTW) and Kalamazoo (AZO)

Now, now... don't make this the last guess. With Republic you've eliminated just about every possible airline except for the one we're looking for. Additionally, both stops were in Ohio but in cities yet to be identified. You can do it, J! Don't make me have to call WHBM!

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Originally Posted by Toshbaf View Post
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.

Already answered correctly: Ozark, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30

New answer: Texas International, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-10


We're getting closer, T - Although Texas International is not the airline we're looking for, the aircraft of record is a DC-9-10. Good luck, T! You can get this one!
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8. (1982) The Canadian rock band Rush is playing next weekend in Calgary and youíre 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 youíll fly up to Vancouver and connect to Calgary from there. Alas, you canít find anything but First Class seats between YVR and YYC. No way, manÖ thatís too much money. HmmÖ whatís this? Well how Ďbout that?! Thereís 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.
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Republic operating a DC-9-10 on a routing of Portland-Seattle-Pasco-Spokane-Calgary.
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You'd think, wouldn't you? But NO! It was a different airline flying along a completely different routing. Please do have another go at this one!
8- well, that would have been my first guess as well ... how about Cascade, operating a Beech 99 with stops in Yakima (YKM), Walla Walla (ALW) (their primary maintenance base), and Kalispell (FCA)
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Now, now... don't make this the last guess. With Republic you've eliminated just about every possible airline except for the one we're looking for. Additionally, both stops were in Ohio but in cities yet to be identified. You can do it, J! Don't make me have to call WHBM!
Are you sure it's a turboprop and not, even better, a piston aircraft
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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.

Already answered correctly: Ozark, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-30

New answer: Continental, McDonnell Douglas DC-9-10

Hobby Airport is not a large airport. I'll go to each airline ticket counter and ask if I have to!

Seriously, having been to almost 100 airports in the U.S. as a passenger, it's an experience that not everybody has. Since mind reading is not possible, someday, maybe I'll sketch the airport terminals from memory. I can still envision the terminal at Hobby even though most of it was demolished around 1998. The check in part of the terminal was not too deep but somewhat wide, interrupted by the entrance / doors. To the left was Southwest. To the right were several others. Thinking about it, let me imagine walking through the check in counters, asking "does your airline fly to San Antonio?"

Selected airports in the US that I haven't been to include AUS (Austin, TX), ICT (Wichita, KS), BDL (Hartford, CT), PVD (Providence, RI), JAX (Jacksonville, FL).
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