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Seattle, WA - Monday, November 18, 2002 - Chief Captain Wilson (Six) Hines and Assist. Chief Shaun (Nortie) Holland of Bush Logistics Corporation (http://heavylhc.com) took delivery of Bush Flying Unlimited's 747-400F HEAVY and the Lockheed C-130H last night at KBFI (Boeing Field, Seattle, WA). After making a commitment to at least five Boeing 747-400F Freighter units with luxury First Class accommodations in the "topside" quarters, BFU's board of directors decided to cancel the project and thereby their lease with Boeing. Bush Logistics Corporation was the first to bid on the lease default and won the bid with Boeing as well we the order for five Lockheed C-130H transports. "Assistant Chief Holland and I are glad to see the BLC team moving forward with this delivery by Boeing and Lockheed. We intend on immediately receiving the aircraft and we already have three steady and scheduled contracts with customers in the great state of Alaska, BFU included. We look forward to helping the economy of Alaska and sharing our expertise and resources with the rest of the Bush world of business." says, Captain Hines. The BLC's new additions will be taken to PAKT for repaint and some retrofitting and will then be immediately placed into full time service, however they did carry freight from Seattle to Ketchikan on their maiden flights! "We want everybody to know we are here, we are strong and we intend on making BLC the new carrier of choice for cargo and small a.c transport as well as executive transport to Bush destinations. We are getting ready to announce ground breaking code-sharing with three major bush transportation companies and we look forward to it!" says Assistant Pilot Shawn "Nortie" Holland. The remaining four aircraft are now in final production stages and are almost ready for the paint booth. The FBO for Bush Logistics Corporation's HEAVY Division will be KBFI (Boeing Field, Seattle, WA), a choice made because of the versatile location and current cargo facilities. BLC will also be starting up a medium to light division within the next two weeks with a.c varying from Piper Bush aircraft to the great Cessna Citation X for luxury Executive transportation. To stay up to date, please visit http://heavylhc.com very soon! -----------Wilson HinesHEAVY LHC EditorAOL IM: dal276whBush Flying Unlimited: SIXUVI014 "Heavy"http://avsim.com/hangar/air/bfu/logo70.gif

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If your a moderator and you yanked the first one, all I ask is a reason why you yanked it. You can email me at six@heavylhc.com . That is only fair. It is not a commerical product or anything, so just please explain.Thanks again,-----------Wilson HinesHEAVY LHC EditorAOL IM: dal276whBush Flying Unlimited: SIXUVI014 "Heavy"http://avsim.com/hangar/air/bfu/logo70.gif

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Wilson, I didn't yank your earlier posting, but I can answer the question as to why... This is not a VA forum. We have a VA forum and VA news release forum for this purpose. I will leave this stand so that you can read this message, but please in the future post your VA news etc. to the appropriate forums. I will now lock this thread.

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