TRIP REPORT | Delta | Embraer E170 | Los Angeles (LAX) - San Francisco (SFO) | Economy Class |

| September 15, 2016

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Airlines: Delta Flight: DL3224 Date: 7 september 2016 Aircraft: Embraer E170 Registration: N626CZ Take off: Los Angeles International Airport Destination: San Francisco International Airport Time departed: 13:20 local time Flight time: 50 minutes ca. Seat: 18D

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