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JAF-195
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Sabena and CityBird's transatlantic destinations

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Hello,
What destinations did Sabena fly in america?
I already know about these:

Brussels - Montreal
Brussels - Boston
Brussels - New-York (JFK)

and CityBird:

Brussels - Miami
Brussels - Los Angeles
Brussels - Las Vegas
Fly Belgian!

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Re: Sabena and CityBird's transatlantic destinations

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JAF-195 wrote: and CityBird:
Brussels - New York (Newark)

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Post by jan_olieslagers »

SABENA Summer 1998 timetable mentions SN flying to ATL Atlanta , BOS Boston , ORD Chicago, CVG Cincinnati, YUL Montreal, JFK New York, EWR Newark, GRU Sao Paulo.

Quite impressive, eh?

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Post by SabenaForever »

Sabena:

- Atlanta
- Chicago
- Dallas
- Cincinnati
- New York
- Newark
- Boston
- Montreal

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Post by YYZ727 »

CityBird also used to fly to Oakland for a while. Sabena also had a flight to Washington DC

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dont forget punta cana,puerto plata, cancun,san franscisco, santo domingo and two three outhers but can't remember

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Add for SN
In the US,
Detroit, Michigan
Anchorage, Alaska

In Central America:
Mexico City, Mexico
Guatemala City, Guatemala

In the Carribic:
Nassau

In S. America, but as Trans Atlantic:
SCL, Santiago de Chile
BUE, EZE Aiport, Argentina
MVD, Montevideo, Uruguay, officially República Oriental del Uruguay

All these stations I went.

OO-SLA and SN full cargoes B707c's operated Air America-like operations via Miami into S. America in the 6ties and 7ties. Is that still secret, or is the ban lifted on that. btw, these B707 went to and have flown, maybe they are still flying for the IDF. Oeps :oops:

If you go further back, Sabena was also using Bangor.....
And many SN aircraft came from Seattle, or went back for modifications.

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YYZ727 wrote:CityBird also used to fly to Oakland for a while. Sabena also had a flight to Washington DC
I flew indeed on an SN A330-200 to Washington Dulles (IAD) in May 2001 - my last intercontinental flight with Sabena, which was competing on the route with United.

Close-in Washington National (DCA) was reserved for domestic flights.
André
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City Bird flew to Los Angeles and Miami too ?

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jaf217 wrote:dont forget punta cana,puerto plata, cancun,san franscisco, santo domingo and two three outhers but can't remember
I don't remember CityBird ever flying to SFO. They instead opted for Oakland, just across 'the Bay'.

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yes sory oakland really near airports

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Post by oosfp »

City Bird Also flew on Orlando, I used it in 1997

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YYZ727 wrote:I don't remember CityBird ever flying to SFO. They instead opted for Oakland, just across 'the Bay'.
Distance SFO (37°37'08"N 122°22'30"W) OAK (37°43'17"N 122°13'15"W) would be no more than 18 km @ 50° (NE)

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Post by Airbus330lover »

SN30952 wrote:
YYZ727 wrote:I don't remember CityBird ever flying to SFO. They instead opted for Oakland, just across 'the Bay'.
Distance SFO (37°37'08"N 122°22'30"W) OAK (37°43'17"N 122°13'15"W) would be no more than 18 km @ 50° (NE)
Indeed, but .... 2 hour car !!!
18 km across the bay in straight line... over water

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Post by PNC »

CTB:
Los angeles
Las Vegas
San francisco
Orlando
Newark
Miami
Mex city
Cancun
Puerto Vallarta
Cuba (3dest)
Republic dominican (3dest)
Isla marguerita (Venezuela)
some flt to Montreal for sabena
thats's for the transatlantic destinations

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