Five American couples headed to Europe this week for a two-week vacation. While their flights all left from New York on the same day, each coupleís flight left at a different time. None of these couples were traveling together and once in Europe, their travel plans differed greatly. In fact, each couple even lived in a different state. Determine the full name of each couple, what US state each couple lived in, and the flight number and departure time for each coupleís flight.
1. Patricia lived in Ohio. Sally didnít take the 3:00pm flight. Veronica, who wasnít married to Phil, lived in Virginia. Mr. & Mrs. Brennan left on flight 645. Rhodaís last name wasnít Malken.
2. Albert, who wasnít married to Rhoda, left before the couple on flight 212, but after Mr. & Mrs. Collins. The couple who lived in Florida left at 1:00pm. The couple from Ohio took flight 349.
3. Norm and his wife, Brenda, didnít live in Florida. Flight 417 left at 9:00am. The couple who lived in Oregon left on the 5:00pm flight. Normís last name wasnít Brennan.
4. The afternoon flights were taken by the following couples, in no particular order: Mr. and Mrs. Malken, the couple who took flight 756, and the couple from Virginia.
5. The five couples are represented by: Mr. and Mrs. Brennan, the couple who left at 11:00am, Rhoda, Phil, and the couple who lived in New York.
6. Edward Weed and his wife werenít on an afternoon flight. Stan and his wife left four hours after the couple whose last name was Sawyer.
August 26, 2007