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  1. Andreas Mowinckel
    Andreas Mowinckel at |

    Now ‘Proudly 69.5% Boeing’ …

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    1. Seth Miller
      Seth Miller at |

      With Horizon and SkyWest it hasn’t really been an “all Boeing” operation for a while now.

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    2. Andreas Mowinckel
      Andreas Mowinckel at |

      I was being nice. That would make them Proudly 62.8% Boeing ..

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    3. Amol Koldhekar
      Amol Koldhekar at |

      Proudly all airplanes!

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  2. Thomas
    Thomas at |

    You saying eskimo is like me calling you a camel jockey…

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    1. Scott Laird
      Scott Laird at |

      Alaskan here, and not quite. Eskimo is incorrectly applied to many circumpolar indigenous peoples who do not accept the term, but in Alaska the term remains in accepted, common use to self-describe Native Alaskans from the North and Northwest of the state. “Native Alaskan” is a term appropriate for all Alaska Natives (it’s also a legal distinction), through further delineation Alaska Natives can be Eskimo, Aleut, or Native American. Eskimo groups of people include Yup’ik, Cup’ik, and Iñupiat; while it’s always most correct to use an individual’s preferred term, Chester is a composite rendering of an Alaska Native from the particular region of Alaska where “Eskimo” would be appropriate and generally accepted by Native Alaskans from that region. “Camel jockey” has never been anything but a pejorative.

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  3. Jeff
    Jeff at |

    Is the inside still VX or did they re-do the interior already?

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  4. Mal Muir
    Mal Muir at |

    I wonder if one of the reasons they did it now is it is one year since the new livery?

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