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      Post #4163, posted on 03-07-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      I found this on a site. News to me that Jetsgo is getting 757s


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      Post #4165, posted on 03-07-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      Doesn't look right on a 757. Flew with them on a 'Mad Dog' (YYZ-YVR and back) last year and thoroughly enjoyed it, great weather - great scenery, only I copped for the bl**dy seat that doesn't recline on the way out and the flight back was delayed 12 hours! I do recommend the Hilton in Richmond, BC, though. Thanks Jetsgo!

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      Post #4167, posted on 03-07-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      Nah, I don't believe it. Somebody got happy with Photoshop. They could've done a better job though. The titles look way too small for the fuselage. Actually, all the parts look too small for the size of the fuselage. Could look nice though, if they ever get any.

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      Post #4171, posted on 03-07-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      Andrew, just out of curiosity. Before LeBlanc conceived Jetsgo, did you fly for him under the Royal brand?

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      Post #4182, posted on 03-08-2005 GMT-5 hours    
      No I didn't work for Leblanc in the Royal days.

      I was getting my feet wet as a Bush pilot in Northern Canada during that time.

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