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Untitled (Pace Airlines)
Boeing 737-291/Adv
Cleveland - Hopkins International (CLE/KCLE)
USA - Ohio, July 29, 2006
Chuck Slusarczyk Jr.
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N583CC / N75FC (cn 21069) Across from the FedEx ramp, this is view of the old Air Services hangar on south Juliet in 2006. Now one of the Continental maintenance hangars, it was recently expanded to accommodate larger aircraft. At the time, Air Services was home to a number of aircraft that would be familiar with many Cleveland spotters including the 737 that was operated by Pace Airlines for the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Jason Y January 16, 2011 at 10:12PM Rating: 10
Yea, the "cookouts"! How could I forget... Didn't we watch fireworks on top of the hangars? Didn't we have a spitting contest? You said it Pat, good times.

Thanks again Chuck.

Patrick Ruedisueli January 16, 2011 at 07:45PM Rating: 10
Oh yeah, and Jason, you forgot to mention the memorial day cookouts between the hangars....great times.

Patrick Ruedisueli January 16, 2011 at 07:41PM Rating: 10
No, he was a successful investor, among other things, he also ran a couple businesses I believe. I was never really sure....all we ever talked about was flying!

Chuck Slusarczyk Jr. January 16, 2011 at 05:29PM Rating: 9
I had a feeling you guys would appreciate this one! The Bonanza owner was a doctor, wasn't he? Glad it brought back memories for you. :-)

Jason Y January 16, 2011 at 03:01AM Rating: 10
I agree with Pat, a ton of memories are associated with this shot. N75FC, The Bonanza, The Sirrus, the Cavs plane, I can see the Malibu 188RW stowed in the back there. Good old Dick Patton's office, the top of the hangar where we all, at one point climbed up on.... dude, we had some good times. I met my wife there, made some friends, and had aviation engrained into my genes there.... Thanks Chuck.

Patrick Ruedisueli January 16, 2011 at 12:51AM Rating: 10
Oh man, this picture brings back so many memories for me. I learned to fly in the Beech Bonanza in front under the tail. N3243B, owner Roger Levering passed away July 5, 2009, a friend and amazing pilot. I will never forget my flights with him and my time at Air Services, I hate to see it closed these days.
(Lets not forget these were better days for the Cavs as well!)
Thanks for sharing this photo, Chuck.