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Flyguy41983 First Officer

I was browsing pictures of the 757 on a.net and i came across this picture... http://www.airliners.net/open.file?id=1132797&size=L&width=1024&height=695&sok=JURER%20%20%28nvepensg_trarevp%20YVXR%20%27Obrvat%20757%25%27%29%20NAQ%20%28nveyvar%20YVXR%20%27Abegujrfg%20Nveyvarf%25%27%29%20%20BEQRE%20OL%20cubgb_vq%20QRFP&photo_nr=7
Why would this aircraft for this airline be doing in Narita. Where is it from? I thought that Northwest used the 747 and A330. Any Comments?
Brandon
P.S.
How do I get the picture to show on the actual post and sorry about the large url link Sad

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pilotwannabe Chief Captain

First of all...there are much shorter URL's just above the pic Arrow

http://www.airliners.net/open.file/1132797/L/

Not sure why a 757 was in NRT but my guess is that it was a special charter or something....im fairly sure its not a schduled link.

Wink

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Flyguy41983 First Officer

Never thought of that. I have also never seen the url above the picture
Thank You,
Brandon

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Solotwo Chief Captain

Northwest uses 757's in there Intra-Asia routes, flying from China to Japan and what not.

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