Re: 747-300 Question

From:         rna@gsb-mailhost.stanford.edu (Robert Ashcroft)
Organization: Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Date:         25 Jul 95 03:06:40 
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In article <airliners.1995.1093@ohare.Chicago.COM>,
Karl Swartz <kls@ohare.Chicago.COM> wrote:

>>Could it have been a -200 which was converted to `SUD' (stretched
>>upper deck) (as per some KLM `-300s' I believe) during construction
>>perhaps?

>Could have been, but wasn't.  Both KLM and UTA have 747-200B(SUD)
>aircraft

UTA _had.  At least one of UTA's 747-300 was lost to a fire on the ground,
I believe, and of course the rest were swallowed into the black-hole
we call Air France when AF took over UT, making AF an airline with
747-100,200,300 and 400.

RNA