CRJ-200 Slides of Runway in Fort Dodge, IA

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  1. rwoman
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    Glad nothing happened and they are all safe! Thanks for posting the MSNBC link too! I just think about that nose gear!
     
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    Isn't this one of the subsidized routes that was recently in the news?
     
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    Yes

    see

    http://www.messengernews.net/page/content.detail/id/543279.html

    Fort Dodge (FOD) is one of those end of the world places with Delta two flights a day to MSP, service there used to be those wonderful Saabs but I think that's been 'upgraded' to CRJ-200s.

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    Glad the passengers are safe, but I sure hope the aircraft is damaged beyond repair!! One less CR2 in the world is never a bad thing!!
     
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    I had that same thought :).
     
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    Yeah, but I suspect the Fort Dodge denizens think their CRJ-200 service is wonderful, compared to no service at all, and it's even subsidized.
     
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