Date: 19 Apr 99 02:22:00 From: "P. Wezeman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Organization: The University of Iowa References: 1
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On 6 Apr 1999 email@example.com wrote: > Sorry if this is an obvious question: I've checked the FAQ and > it doesn't seem to be there. The question is: having travelled in the > US, Europe and Asia, I see plenty of DC10's and older 747's, but I > never see a Tristar these days. Why is that? Did the marque fall > from commercial favour or dod Lockheed withdraw support....or did they > just _go_ somewhere? Last year I was driving by the Rochester, Minnesota, airport and I saw a Tristar land. This was rather a large plane for that airport, so I got off the highway to get a closer look. By the time I got there it had taxied to the terminal and a several limousines were taking the disembarking passengers. The plane was "Saudia", painted in white and green. I suppose it was bringing people to the Mayo Clinic. Can those planes fly direct to the middle east from Rochester? Peter Wezeman, anti-social Darwinist "Carpe Cyprinidae"