Re: Southwest Airlines 737-700

Date:         03 Feb 98 19:52:53 
From:         "Stefano P. Pagiola" <Spagiola@worldbank.org>
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candee@netcom.com (Bill Candee) wrote:
> On the thread about vanity tail numbers:
>    I have noticed that many DC9s at USAirways seem to bear the NxxxVJ
> designation, whereas ValuJet's DC9s bear a different appellation (so
> don't appear to be ex-Valujet).  Any idea where the VJ designation on
> these came from?

On a US airplane, VJ = "Vista Jet". This follows on from their (actually,
Allegheny's) earlier prop "Vistaliners" which supposedly gave you great
views of the countryside.

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