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Last minute AO souvenir?

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jasonja3

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A quick search on Ebay has AN models for $10-$20. Its your call mate....:rolleyes: :cool: :rolleyes:
 

DPG

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Yada Yada said:
Might be worth purchasing one of these before the doors close later this week. I wonder if they will be worth a bit more when it's all history?
I will probably purchase one, not as I think they will skyrocket in value next week, but more because it is a nice looking bird!

It will be a shame not to see AO colours in the sky any more!

D P G
 

bfmi

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Wait a while, Qantas will probably relaunch the brand in another 10 or so years time.

Who knows, the airline fashion at the time maybe LCC out and position as a boutique airline or perhaps space travel. Just another cycle - part of the marketing mix.
 
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DPG said:
I will probably purchase one, not as I think they will skyrocket in value next week, but more because it is a nice looking bird!

It will be a shame not to see AO colours in the sky any more!

D P G
I confess that I never liked that burnt orange colour. I prefer the Jetstar silver (but without their orange bits please).
 

JohnK

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I confess that I never liked that burnt orange colour. I prefer the Jetstar....
Is there any chance we can ever forget that this abomination, Jetstar, ever occurred?
 

Commuter

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JohnK said:
Is there any chance we can ever forget that this abomination, Jetstar, ever occurred?
Orange bits (interior) with pizza ads are somewhat unforgettable :D
 
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