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By Anthony Holmes

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Learn concerning the Egyptian gods, mummification and the way the Egyptians equipped the single ask yourself of the traditional international nonetheless status – the Pyramids of Giza.

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The choice was the DC-9 and in July 1965 the airline took the plunge and ordered five 100-passenger DC-9s which cost $20 million, and took an option on five more. Douglas was to deliver three of the new airliners in 1967, and two more in 1968. In the meantime six more Convair 440s were purchased bringing the Convair fleet up to thirty, and ·the remaining sixteen DC-3s were utilised as all-cargo aircraft. The airline took delivery of its first DC-9-3l on 28 July 1967, this being N95lN c/n 47067 fin 143 and two of these Long Beach-built airliners inaugurated jet services to seventeen cities on 8 September 1967.

It is seen at Crescent City, California, on 18 August 1971. Note the airstair, most convenient at small airports served by the airline. (A. Aereas de Espana (IB/IBE) Spain Iberia is the national airline of Spain founded in 1927 as Lineas Aereas de Espana, from a succession of carriers dating back to 1921. After World War 2 the airline was re-established, opening services first to London on 3 May 1946, and to Rome the following August. 52/3m Tri-Motor airliners were used. 7 per cent. However, during 1990 the airline was substantially re-organised to create a number of clearly-defined profit centres, thus clearing the way for privatisation.

The General Mitchell Airport is also the home of the Midwest Express maintenance facility utilising a 60,000 sq ft state-of-the-art hangar built in 1988. At Milwaukee the airline employs 850 of its 1,000 airline personnel and has earned its reputation as "The care in the air" by offering its passengers luxury service at coach fares or less. Catering for the business traveller the airline operates eight DC-9-14/15 aircraft in a two-by-two luxury configuration seating sixty in extra wide leather-covered seats.

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