From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Larry Stone) Organization: InterServe Communications, Inc. Date: 10 Jun 96 12:16:56 References: 1 2 Followups: 1
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In article <airliners.1996.886@ohare.Chicago.COM>, kls@ohare.Chicago.COM (Karl Swartz) wrote: >Sure. The damage was not all the severe, so why not? Many planes >with far more serious damage have been repaired and returned to >service. United did take the rather unusual sstep of re-registering >it, from N4713U to N4724U. I've seen it at SFO and if I hadn't known >the registration, it wouldn't have been any different from any other >UAL 747-122. I've flown on it twice in the last 5 years. Once over the Atlantic in the damage area. I figured it was probably the safest part of that plane. It is scheduled for retirement by UA this September but as far as I can tell, that it will be one of the earliest of the the 747-1xx retirements is just because of when its overhaul (D-Check) is due, not its history. -- -- Larry Stone --- email@example.com http://www.interserve.com/~lstone/ Belmont, CA, USA My opinions, not United's.