One serious question.
You are not really a jealous attorney, aren't you. As if you were, you do something wrong. How many US-$ has a small worker for a small airline (30,000 $ p.a.) to pay for 1 hour in your company?
I have been here once since 1947?
Wow. Ah, a few years ago, most probably I was thinkin of this one, survivable (the newest word that I've learned here. It means that at least 1 human has survived, or, as in this case, 61 of 583):
Los Rodeos '77
To answer your 'deregulation' forum entry:
One year before I was born, the upper deck of the 747 seemed a little different than today. I have seen TV footage where they tried to establish something like a cigar humidor, with wing chairs, candelabrum and open fire on the 747 upper deck. Those days have gone by, definitely.
But the 747 survives. As you and me.
PS: What would Jetphotos be only with Junior members...
Hey Teevee, that russian jet that went down over Indonesia - I'd post for the benefit or Norwester and the other conspiracy clowns that the polish deliberately caused the Russian Jet to crash in retaliation. Waddaya reckon, stir up some trouble?
No, thankfully I'm only a survivor of what I think was a near disaster. Back in the 70's I think I only flew like twice--in the entire decade.
You seem like another survivor of all the last centuries aviation disasters. May I ask, do you know another '78-survivor? Seems to me that - at least in Germany - only a hand full of 78ers exist.