Re: New Aircraft: what's cooking?

From:         jenw@saphar.roc.servtech.com (Jen Wheelock)
Organization: ServiceTech, Inc.
Date:         15 Jun 95 19:27:55 
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In article <airliners.1995.726@ohare.Chicago.COM>, tim@me.rochester.edu
(Tim Takahashi) wrote:


>
> For smaller, non-hub cities such as Rochester jet traffic may even
> be on the wane. <50passenger prop-jets are replacing smaller
> jets. The ROC-EWR run used to be serviced predominantly with 737
> (People Express) and F-100 (New York Air); today it is ATR
> (Continental Express) and Jetstream 31 (United Express),
>
> USAir is flying 737s nonstop from SFO to PHL!
>




USAir also still flies DC-9s and 737's (usually -200s) from ROC to EWR,
especially if you catch them on that last flight out on Fridays (6pm-ish)
- which is usually packed to capacity.

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Jen Wheelock
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