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SkyWest 6371, operating on behalf of United Airlines, arrives from Seattle-Tacoma.

This used to be a mainline trunk route for United Airlines, but during the gutting of United in the 2000's, it was downgauged to regional jets. Alaska Airlines and Virgin America are the mainline aircraft operators on this route today.

N745SK, Bombardier CRJ-700

Source SkyWest for United Express - N745SK
Author InSapphoWeTrust from Los Angeles, California, USA
Camera location33° 56′ 41.73″ N, 118° 24′ 22.25″ W Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap - Google Earthinfo


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