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    Starting 12/20/14, Delta Airlines will resume SLC - MEX service, 1x daily utilizing a Babybus(A319). This is after a 2 year hiatus.
    FLT#641 SLC 9:50am – 2:53pm MEX
    FLT#642 MEX 3:45pm – 7:00pm SLC
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddagencylv View Post
    Starting 12/20/14, Delta Airlines will resume SLC - MEX service, 1x daily utilizing a Babybus(A319). This is after a 2 year hiatus.
    FLT#641 SLC 9:50am – 2:53pm MEX
    FLT#642 MEX 3:45pm – 7:00pm SLC


    Oh how I like that - the Airbus A319 is a "BABYBUS" with 24 less coach seats than the Airbus A320 is what the "BIG BUS" ?
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    Isn't the big bus the A321?
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    OR is it the A330 ? A340 ? A350 ? or the really really BIG Enormously BIGGIE the A380 ?
    Sort of like comparing apples to watermelons !
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    Going the other way, if the A319 is the babybus, what is the A318? A fetus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by isppilot View Post
    Going the other way, if the A319 is the babybus, what is the A318? A fetus?
    I want to comment so badly...
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    Quote Originally Posted by R.M.Anderson View Post
    OR is it the A330 ? A340 ? A350 ? or the really really BIG Enormously BIGGIE the A380 ?
    Sort of like comparing apples to watermelons !
    I love this--VERY GOOD, RMA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by R.M.Anderson View Post
    OR is it the A330 ? A340 ? A350 ? or the really really BIG Enormously BIGGIE the A380 ?
    Sort of like comparing apples to watermelons !
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    I love this--VERY GOOD, RMA!

    I’ve heard the 380 called the “whale” and in some circles “Dumbo“… uh-huh it’s that “forehead”.
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    Windowless jet cockpit


    Airbus applies for windowless cockpit patent
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    You know, I believe I've seen this cockpit before - “On screen Mr. Sulu.”
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