socalatc
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Busy Airport With Small Diversity Of A/C Type

Tue Jan 13, 2004 8:36 am

Anyone think of a large airport with maybe only one or two types of A/C flying. Burbank is really only 737's with a few MD-80 and CRJ's.. Until a few weeks ago no airbus. I dont count the 2 daily FEDEX A300's
 
ConcordeBoy
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RE: Busy Airport With Small Diversity Of A/C Type

Tue Jan 13, 2004 8:38 am

CLE = 737s and RJs (the odd 757)

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FMAL
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RE: Busy Airport With Small Diversity Of A/C Type

Tue Jan 13, 2004 11:49 am

We have many in Brazil, Congonhas (São Paulo), Santos Dumont (Rio), and Pampulha (Belo Horizonte).

Congonhas is the busiest airport in Latin America, but it gets nothing but 737s, Airbus 319s and A320s, EMB-120 Brasilia, ERJ-145, ATR-42 and the general aviation aircraft.

Regards

FMAL
 
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OzarkD9S
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RE: Busy Airport With Small Diversity Of A/C Type

Tue Jan 13, 2004 12:14 pm

DAL and HOU come to mind, WN 737's for days....
Next up: STL-OAK-RNO-LAS-ICT-STL
 
mu2
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RE: Busy Airport With Small Diversity Of A/C Type

Tue Jan 13, 2004 12:29 pm

Ft. Pierce FL, a lot of Cherokee traffic. Rare to see a Micco and they build them there.

Vero Beach FL, you see a lot of Cherokees on the ground and not moving at Flight Safety.
 
N323ER
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RE: Busy Airport With Small Diversity Of A/C Type

Tue Jan 13, 2004 12:41 pm

BWI is 737 heaven with SWA, US Airways, Continetal and soon to be AirTran 737's in July.

Other a/c type's

MD-80's
L-1011's
DC-10's

thx RYAN
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