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Will there be a 747-400 "F" model?

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>If this has been answered just ignore me!Ok will do! :-P


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>If this has been answered just ignore me!>>;-)Cheers,Norbert - CLX001CEO Virtual Cargoluxwww.virtualcargolux.orgCLX_banner_grey.jpg

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>>If this has been answered just ignore me!>>Ok will do! :-POh... ha... I get it... you were being... funny???:)

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>>If this has been answered just ignore me!>>>>>>;-)>>Cheers,>Norbert - CLX001>CEO Virtual Cargolux>www.virtualcargolux.org>CLX_banner_grey.jpg:) Good one!

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Does anyone know if 747-400-F are used on some internal USA routes? Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2


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Guest Marc Harrington

Yes - Cargolux, Atlas Air and Polar Air are at least three that I know of. There are more if you count the various airlines i.e. Atlas Air flies for, such as China Airline Cargo (so the plane will be painted in CI colors, but operated by Atlas).

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So the "F" model is great for pogo shipments, yes?

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>Yes - Cargolux, Atlas Air and Polar Air are at least three>that I know of.hmm.. my question was whether they operate 747-400F on US domestic routes. A cursory glance at their websites suggest they operate mainly (exclusively ?) internationally.Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2


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Here i have the AtlasAir world air routes DVD featuring a flight Anchorage - Miami - Chicago, and a flight from Dallas to Atlanta.

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Thanks.Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2


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>Yes - Cargolux, Atlas Air and Polar Air are at least three>that I know of. There are more if you count the various>airlines i.e. Atlas Air flies for, such as China Airline Cargo>(so the plane will be painted in CI colors, but operated by>Atlas).>>>So? Yes/No?

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>If this has been answered just ignore me!There is a thing called "search button". Don't ignore it ;-)Michael J.WinXP-Home SP2,AMD64 3500+,Abit AV8,Radeon X800Pro,36GB Raptor,1GB PC3200,Audigy 2


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Guest Marc Harrington

Uhm, yes about the F and yes about the U.S. domestic flights with the airlines I mentioned.Cheers!

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>Yes - Cargolux, Atlas Air and Polar Air are at least three>that I know of. There are more if you count the various>airlines i.e. Atlas Air flies for, such as China Airline Cargo>(so the plane will be painted in CI colors, but operated by>Atlas).>:-) So much "demand" for the big pogo-stick carrier :-)CLX does fly some internal, ehmm sorry for you guys - Domestic Routes - in the Estados Unidos, namelyKMIA-KHSV, KORD-KHSV, KSEA-KSFOother "short hops" around the North American continent will bring you:KLAX-CYYC, KLAX-MMGL, KORD-MMMX, MMMX-KIAH, KSEA-CYYC, KJFK-MMMX, MMMX-KJFK.And before we start talking - ahhh, only so little flights, well this thing is built for hauling mucho freight over long distances :-)Now, i am trying to remember when "Capt. R." was talking about maybe 14 days to go.... when did he make this "statement", hmmmm... are we getting there ??? :-)Cheers,Norbert - CLX001CEO Virtual Cargoluxwww.virtualcargolux.orgCLX_banner_grey.jpg

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