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Bifrost's Third


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LokiLoki22

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As Bifrost Airways prepares to mark it's third anniversery of operation, we celebrate how far we have come by reminding you of N-000BF, the lost DC-7 that faithfully served our Chicago Midway routes despite being far past it's expiration date. You may be gone now, but you live on in our memories, old trooper.

 

 

 

 

 

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Yes, i forgot to tag this as a press release.



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What do you mean lost DC-7? Did it crash? I didn't know that crashes were possible.


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No, it didn't crash. Crashes aren't added yet. It's just a roleplay scenario.


People are stupid.





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