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Topic: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Bigphilnyc
Posted 2003-06-29 19:13:19 and read 3298 times.

What airline brings the most amount of aircraft types into an airport?

Like at LGA, US Airways Express operates 8 different aircraft in and out, making it the winner for this airport.

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Jhooper
Posted 2003-06-29 19:43:52 and read 3268 times.

my guess is that Delta brings more a/c into ATL than any other airline/airport combination.

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Eric505
Posted 2003-06-29 19:47:53 and read 3249 times.

CAE-

Delta/Delta Connection

MD-88
737-200
CRJ-700
CRJ-200
ERJ
FRJ

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: N766UA
Posted 2003-06-29 19:48:06 and read 3248 times.

At CLE that'd be Continental. B1900s, All ERJs, All 737s -300 and up, MD-80s, and 757s. Plus the occasional visitor 777.

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Bigphilnyc
Posted 2003-06-29 19:50:36 and read 3244 times.

Yeah, hooper, thats what I was thinking. List them.

Is this right?:

762
763
764
772
MD-80
CRJ
733
738
752

That's 9. Are there more?

What about US Airways hubs?

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: ConcordeBoy
Posted 2003-06-29 20:02:04 and read 3224 times.

If you really want to be specific with DL mainline in ATL:

732
733
738
M88
752
762A
763A
763ER
764ER
M11
772ER


That's 11. And then there are the regionals as well.


For UA at ORD:

733
735
A319
A320
752
762A
763A
763ER
772A
772ER
744A

Same number.

Then of course, there's CO at IAH:

733
735
73G
738
739
752
753
762ER
764ER
772ER

With 1 fewer type than the first two  Big grin

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Caetravlr
Posted 2003-06-29 20:02:42 and read 3225 times.

Wow, someone from my home airport!

Eric505
I didn't realize that DL Connection flew ERJs here too. Where do they fly them to?

I would have to agree though, that Delta/Delta Connection in ATL would have to have the most types. However, AA at DFW might give it a run for its money.

Would like to see that analysis...

CAETravlr

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: B747-437B
Posted 2003-06-29 20:08:06 and read 3220 times.

my guess is that Delta brings more a/c into ATL than any other airline/airport combination

Try Air Canada and Toronto. Not counting Jazz they operate 11 different types :

CRJ
732
319
320
321
333
343
762
763
744
74E

Compare that to Delta and Atlanta where excluding DLC planes you have 10 types :

732
733
738
752
762
763
764
772
M11
M88

Also look at KLM and Amsterdam where excluding Cityhopper you have 11 variants :

733
734
738
739
742
743
744
74D
74M
763
M11

Even Continental and either Newark/Houston gives you 11 variants excluding XJT :

733
735
73G
738
739
752
753
762
764
772
M80

I'm not going to sit and do the math with LH/FRA or AF/CDG or even BA/LHR but I'm sure we will see similar numbers.

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Britair
Posted 2003-06-29 20:17:40 and read 3205 times.

BA at Heathrow has variety....

Concorde
747-400
777-200A
777-200ER
767-300ER
757-200
A321 (GB Airways & BMed)
A320-200
A320-100
A319
737-400

but i think Air France at CDG wins...

747-400
747-300
747-200
777-200ER
A340-300
A330-200
A321
A320-200
A320-100
A319
737-300
737-500
F100 (Brit Air, Regional)
CRJ700 (Brit Air)
CRJ200 (Brit Air)
ERJ145 (Regional)
ERJ135 (Regional)
BAe146 (CityJet, BE)

and until recently
Concorde
767-300ER

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: HlywdCatft
Posted 2003-06-29 20:30:19 and read 3187 times.

I think the orriginal question wasnt asking for the most most types in the world, but for the most at an individual airport.

Like the most at my old home airport DTW would be Northwest with

747-200
747-400
757-200
757-300
A319
A320
DC-9-15
DC-9-30
DC-9-40
DC-9-50
DC-10
coming this summer

A330-200
A330-300

Northwest Airlink
ARJ-85
CRJ-200
Saab 340

At my new home airport MCO it would have to be Delta

737-200
737-300 (occassionally)
737-800 (occassionally)
757-200
767-200
767-300
767-400
777-200
MD-80
MD-90
MD-11 (occassionally)

DL Express
CRJ-200
ERJ-135
ERJ 145

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: USAir330
Posted 2003-06-29 20:43:39 and read 3175 times.

KPHL

USAirways

A319
A320
A321
A330
737-300
737-400
757-200
767-200
CRJ
ERJ
D328
Dash 8-100/200/300

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Flairport
Posted 2003-06-29 20:56:45 and read 3151 times.

ATL now gets MD90's, so 11

NOW, Comair and ASA are owned by Delta, so add CRJ EM2, AT7, CR7 and you get 15

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Eric505
Posted 2003-06-29 20:57:39 and read 3146 times.

CAETravlr-

The ERJ's will be used on the new service to Orlando starting July 2nd.

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Jhooper
Posted 2003-06-29 21:06:00 and read 3135 times.

Actually, I misread the question. I thought you were talking about total number of aircraft, but now that I re-read your post, clearly you're talking about aircraft types

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: JetRanger2000
Posted 2003-06-29 21:08:34 and read 3132 times.

I'm thinking for PDX, it would be Southwest or Alaska.

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: ZSSNC
Posted 2003-06-29 21:08:50 and read 3128 times.

FAJS

SAA

from shortest to longest:

732
738
762
74L
332
342
742
743
744
346

ZSSNC

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Mandala499
Posted 2003-06-29 21:19:03 and read 3112 times.

CGK:
GA: 733/4/5, A333, 742, 744, DC10, F28

Halim:
Pelita: F28, F100, Dash7, C212, Bell 412, Bell 222, BO105

Medan:
Merpati: 732/4, F27, F28, F100, C212, CN235, Twin Otter

Mandala499

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Tekelberry
Posted 2003-06-29 21:40:37 and read 3083 times.

MKE (Milwaukee)

Northwest

A319
A320
757
DC9-10
DC9-30
DC9-50

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Syncmaster
Posted 2003-06-29 22:00:19 and read 3054 times.

My hometown airport (SBN):

Northwest/Northwest Airlink:

DC-9
CRJ
Saab 340

United Express:
BAe 146
CRJ

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Airbus_330_340
Posted 2003-06-29 23:43:44 and read 2998 times.

Northwest at DTW

A319
A320
DC-9-10
DC-9-30
DC-9-40
DC-9-50
DC-10-30
DC-10-30ER
757-200 (5500 series)
757-200 (5600 series)
757-300
747-400

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Godbless
Posted 2003-06-30 01:19:31 and read 2948 times.

I guess it would have been more fun if the question would have been cut down to most types to non-hub destinations of a certain airline. Because the more diversitive fleet an airline has, the more types will buzz around their hub...

Don't get me wrong, I don't want to mess the game here but maybe we could imply this non-hub feature yet...

Max

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: MSYtristar
Posted 2003-06-30 02:04:15 and read 2910 times.

New Orleans,LA (KMSY)

Continental flies the most varied aircraft......

B737-300
B737-500
B737-700
B737-800
B737-900
B757-200
B757-300
MD-80
ERJ-145 (ExpressJet)


Steve in N.O

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Dan2002
Posted 2003-06-30 03:54:13 and read 2838 times.

Try CLE And Delta

Delta and Connection

MD-88
737-200
CRJ-700
CRJ-200
ERJ
FRJ
And the more rare but seen today ATR

CO
733
734
735
73G
738
739
752
ERJ-145
ERJ-140
ERJ-135
B1900D

Topic: RE: Airline W/ Most Aircraft Into An Airport?
Username: Clickhappy
Posted 2003-06-30 05:06:14 and read 2795 times.

would it be NW @ SEA?

A320
752
753
DC-10
742
744


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