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Saw one of the DA-20's taking on fuel (over wing, whats up with that) at MDW last friday. On the west side of the airport, next to signature's ramp. Still had that ugly paint job!!

Rice :cool:
A lot of old 20's didn't have single point refueling, and a lot that did, don't work worth a crap... Who knows what was going on with that plane, probably one of the financial backers picking up their collateral...
I know some didn't have the single point. Just didn't realize Indigo had some. Doesn't surprise me though, they were probably some of the oldest and cheapest DA-20's on the market when Indigo started ops. Thought most were in cargo service.

Rice :cool:
Indigo's first DA-20 was a 1968 GE powered C model and used to be tail number N654E, it was the biggest piece of sh!t airplane I ever flew...

They should have melted it down and made beer cans out of it...

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