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Northwest 777’s left only to be on a picture. Scan from a Boeing sales presentation to NW in July 2000 — © Joe Wolf via NWA Facebook fan page.

Northwest 777’s left only to be on a picture. Scan from a Boeing sales presentation to NW in July 2000 — © Joe Wolf via NWA Facebook fan page.

  1. sboutellie reblogged this from sboutellie
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    In November 1999, I flew Northwest from EWR to MNL, but although it was a 777, it was actually a Continental aircraft....
  3. baeddelshinsgirl reblogged this from retrospectivecivilaviation and added:
    Alas, if only Northwest had flown B777s…
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    This is one of my all time favorite airline liveries. I personally think that it would look really cool on a T7.
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  11. uppiluften reblogged this from airlinederegulation and added:
    TBH, neither the NWA or Northwest livery would have looked good on any variant of the T7.
  12. airlinederegulation reblogged this from retrospectivecivilaviation and added:
    NW Bowling Shoe. One of my favorite airline liveries. As far as newer-gen twin-engined widebodies were concerned,...
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