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Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 6:54 am

We have seen from these other thread that there are some long ass RJ flights. Then I see UAX will launch Austin to San Francisco. Looking through Sabre its the longest I can find.This beats PHX-YYC,this beats EWR-MSP by over an hour,this beats IAH-PSP by 40 min. The only flight close to it is EWR-OKC which is 20 min shorter.These are the only one's I can think of. So AUS-SFO, Will it be the longest?

Please only respond if you have milage and /or time!!!

Austin(AUS)-San Francisco(SFO)
UAX (Skywest) Flight #7103 1,498 miles and 4 hours 10 min.

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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 7:09 am

I'm guessing here, but perhaps the new AUS/IAD service is longer?

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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 7:09 am

CO's new IAH-BFL (begins Apr. 3, ERJ-145XR, 4hr5mn) will be pretty close.

BFL=Bakersfield, CA




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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 7:43 am

Mariner...close 3.45 and 1303 miles
N670UW...I forgot that one 4.05 and 1438 miles..good call
I'm sorry but this is to damn long for me and I fly myself, when I fly regionals I will avoid these at all cost!
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 7:50 am

i was going to say XNA-LAX! but I'm wrong

HLN-CVG is 1474...close
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 7:53 am

Yes, this is very longer flight any kind of those hub. So what are you guys think about ERJ or CRJ on their way with the final destination city. Is that will give them with the snacks? I was flew on the CRJ out of MHT-ATL nonstop from 4 years ago and during for my vacation time at the work in FLL. This is really longer flight for me.
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 8:00 am

Yes it does appear that AUS-SFO is the longest at 1307nm. The second longest I could find was DEN-RDU at 1248nm.
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 8:08 am

Yes it does appear that AUS-SFO is the longest at 1307nm. The second longest I could find was DEN-RDU at 1248nm.


DL's DFW-OAK is currently the longest. Will be 2nd when SFO-AUS starts.
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 8:17 am

I wonder on these REALLY long RJ flights if people get impatient with no IFE or short isles or anything. I don't know if I could take a 4 hour 10 minute flight on an RJ. Do you think there will be sucess?
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 8:20 am

ASA will soon be operating JFK-DFW with the CRJ-700, also very long.
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 8:20 am

DL's DFW-OAK is currently the longest. Will be 2nd when SFO-AUS starts.

IAH-BFL will be second (at 4:05).

DFW-OAK is 3:55.


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[Edited 2004-01-19 00:21:25]
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A

Mon Jan 19, 2004 8:29 am

DFW-OAK is really 29 miles longer than IAH-BFL!
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 8:32 am

IAH-BFL will be second (at 4:05).

DFW-OAK is 3:55.


DFW-OAK is still longer. It is shorter in time because it operates with faster CRJ-700s.
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Mon Jan 19, 2004 11:40 pm

I think US Airways ALPA had it right...these are just "small jets" not "regional jets." Granted they are being operation in United States region.  Smile
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 12:00 am

RJ's suck...LOL

They are so easy to board, but to me they are more of a hassel than they're worth.

One of my agents the other day got blasted by a VP from Air Midwest because he announced that the pax would be travelling on a small regional jet (CR9). Came over to the door and started yelling at him...right in front of all the passengers...then he had the balls to say "It's just like an MD80!" Yeah...what have you been smoking? Unfortunately I wasn't there, but believe me he would have gotten a lesson or 2 about the difference between the 2 planes. I was a bit upset when I heard about it.

I understand their cost effectiveness...but they have to draw the line somewhere when it comes to flying them on 4 hour flights. I can understand why people freak out when they find out they're on a little plane.
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 12:20 am

The CR9 is hardly a little plane in my humble estimation.

The only people that seem to be freakin out are the posters on these boards who worry about in flight entertainment. Perhaps you as gate agent can attest differently to passenger reactions, but having a nonstop in a market versus a connection is hands down the winner with about 90% of today's traveling public.

If some are so worried about in-flight entertainment, I suggest you visit http://www.apple.com and buy yourself an iPod.
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 12:24 am

"I understand their cost effectiveness...but they have to draw the line somewhere when it comes to flying them on 4 hour flights. I can understand why people freak out when they find out they're on a little plane."
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Maybe United will put a 735 on the AUS-SFO route and CO a 735 on the IAH-BFL route just because people don't like little jets....  Smile/happy/getting dizzy Wonder how long that would last with loads of 35-45 passengers.....?

Folks- don't whine! Consider the alternatives. UAL would be AUS-DEN-SFO or AUS-ORD-SFO. CO wouldn't probably even fly to BFL if it weren't for the RJ's.

Here in GRR we're thrilled about the RJ. We would never have routes like GRR-EWR, GRR-IAH, GRR-DFW, GRR-ATL without the RJ. (Although we now do have a DL 732 on one of the GRR-ATL flights.)
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 12:30 am

Legacy airlines are using their regional partners to develop new routes at high yields. Being a long-time business frequent flier - if I can avoid a hub connection (especially at the chaotic, DFW), shave an hour or more of travel time, and still get my mileage - I would be willing to put up with a 4-hour ride on a cramped mini-jet like the CRJ.

When the Embraer 170~190 series enters service, I think these new jets will push the CRJs and ERJs back to the (sub-1K-mi.) routes they were meant to serve. The 170~190 jets are being designed to address the comfort issues of first-generation RJs and will probably blur the categories of mainline and regional jets.
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 12:46 am

All valid points, however I still stand by my statements.

I deal with RJ's on a daily basis and get numerous complaints on a daily basis, particularily from Continental passengers. They are not popular with the general flying public (those not interested in aviation). Since Expressjet has been flying to TUS, I have personally had a dozen or so passengers, outright refuse to fly on them.....I had to rebook them on the mainline flights.

Had CO not added mainline service and a EWR nonstop this past holiday....we would have had riots at the airport from people being denied boarding due to oversells. As it was we had the most denied boardings ever, even with the extra capacity.

While the changes necessary may not come for a while, if ever to make mainline operations on obscure routes profitable, RJ's ARE being overutilized. As convienent as it is to fly out of my own station (when seats are available!), I will make the 2 hour drive to PHX to avoid flying RJ's, especially one's operated by Mesa.  Smile
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A

Tue Jan 20, 2004 8:04 am

Here in GRR we're thrilled about the RJ.

We are?  Wink/being sarcastic True, we're thrilled to have those routes. But I'm sure some people aren't thrilled about the type of aircraft (given the length of the flight).
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Tue Jan 20, 2004 10:49 pm

"We are? True, we're thrilled to have those routes. But I'm sure some people aren't thrilled about the type of aircraft (given the length of the flight)."
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Without the RJ, GRR would have main line flights to DTW, MSP, ORD, and perhaps one each to CVG and ATL- that's about it.
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 12:36 am

I live in Austin, and while I am thrilled there is new non-stop service coming to the airport, I don't agree with the choice of equipment. That said, I understand that UA may not be able to justify a mainline aircraft, especially as AA has the "nerd bird" which is served with an MD80.

Correction: AA does not fly AUS-SFO, that is AUS-SJC, my apologies. I find it interesting that this "new" service has not been announced on the ABIA website...hmmm

I like regional jets for shorter segments, i.e. <2 hours, but my wife gets claustrophobic aboard them...yee haa. I could care less about the IFE, isn't that what the window and the in-flight magazine are for? The comfort however is questionable given the small dimensions of the RJ's.

As for airline service here in AUS, yeah we have to fly through IAH, DFW, ATL, or DEN to get any distance, but frequencies are good and connecting is fairly easy. Flying out of AUS, you really have to want to make multiple connections, as you can get to most anywhere in the lower 48 with 1 connection.

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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 12:56 am

TcFc424- UAX serves ORD-AUS. I fuel this flight almost every day.....takes alot too. I sure as heck wouldnt want to be cramped on a CRJ-200/ERJ-145. The CRJ-700/900 wouldnt be so bad but thats about it. Otherwise i would wait for a mailine flight. It is shocking to find how far some of these RJ's travel, but as mentioned above alot of places that are served with these RJ's wouldnt get service at all if we where without them.
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 1:30 am

AUS-SFO...lol.

An appropriate name could be "The Weirdo Shuttle" or "The Purple Hair Shuttle."
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 1:47 am

IMHO, the biggest reason people complain about the ERJ/CRJ aircraft is due to the lack of storage space aboard.

People have become accustomed to lugging their rolling carryons aboard, most of which do not fit comfortably on a small jet and need to be gate-checked.

This angers many people, who are uncomfortable with the idea of being separated from their bag, even for a short hop.
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 1:47 am

Bob, what would make getting on the CR7 better then the CR2? They are the same other then length. Still the same width and damn cramped.
Jcs17...Weirdo Shuttle or Purple Hair Shuttle...I don't follow? WHat do you mean?
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 1:48 am

I agree with Tjwgrr's comments about the service being less if RJ's weren't around. Here in BHM, we just got BHM-DEN service on UAX and BHM-MSP service on Northwest Airlink (Pinnacle). With a 134 daily O/D number between BHM and DEN daily, I'm sure we wouldn't justify anything larger. Besides, even if a 735 were on the route, it would be one daily with the O/D numbers. With the RJ's, we get two frequencies. I don't think we would have BHM-DCA, BHM-PHL, BHM-LGA or BHM-EWR if RJ's weren't around either. The jets are cramped and I have flown the BHM-EWR segments which are a bit long but to me at 2 1/2 hours it beats making a connection and adding a couple more hours to my journey.
 
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 1:51 am

Austin(AUS)-San Francisco(SFO)
UAX (Skywest) Flight #7103 1,498 miles and 4 hours 10 min.


Dude... it's not SkyWest operating the flight (yet - but we will be ground handling)... it's Mesa, using a CR7 with F6/Y58 configuration.

UAX flight numbers go something along the line of this:
5000-5999 Air Wisconsin
6000-6999 SkyWest
7000-7299 Mesa Air Group
7300-7999 Atlantic Coast Airlines
8000-8100 Trans States Airlines

The thing that really sucks is that this aircraft is on a 30 minute turn, arrival 1010am and pushout at 1040am.

Happy Travels!  Smile
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 2:06 am

United States RJ flying over 1,000 miles:

Al Org Dst Miles Flight Equip Block Mins DOW
UA AUS SFO 1,496 7103 CR7 250 1234567
UA SFO AUS 1,496 7104 CR7 205 1234567
DL DFW OAK 1,452 4908 CR7 235 1234567
DL DFW OAK 1,452 4855 CR7 235 1234567
DL OAK DFW 1,452 4803 CR7 206 1234567
DL OAK DFW 1,452 4908 CR7 204 1234567
UA DEN RDU 1,432 7114 CR7 190 1234567
UA DEN RDU 1,432 7100 CR7 190 1234567
UA RDU DEN 1,432 7101 CR7 240 1234567
UA RDU DEN 1,432 7125 CR7 240 1234567
CO BFL IAH 1,428 3424 ERJ 210 .....6.
CO BFL IAH 1,428 3424 ERJ 210 12345.7
CO BFL IAH 1,428 3422 ERJ 210 .....6.
CO BFL IAH 1,428 3422 ERJ 210 12345.7
CO IAH BFL 1,423 3421 ERJ 245 .....6.
CO IAH BFL 1,423 3421 ERJ 245 12345.7
CO IAH BFL 1,423 3423 ERJ 245 12345.7
CO IAH BFL 1,423 3423 ERJ 245 .....6.
DL DFW JFK 1,387 4506 CR7 197 1234567
DL JFK DFW 1,387 4506 CR7 250 1234567
AA LAX XNA 1,371 3209 CR7 188 12345.7
AA XNA LAX 1,371 3210 CR7 210 12345.7
CO EWR OKC 1,322 2587 ERJ 232 12345..
CO EWR OKC 1,322 2556 ERJ 232 1234567
CO OKC EWR 1,322 2360 ERJ 183 12345.7
CO OKC EWR 1,322 2557 ERJ 187 12345.7
DL BIL CVG 1,298 5094 CR7 180 1234567
DL BIL CVG 1,298 5093 CR7 180 1234567
DL CVG BIL 1,298 5023 CR7 215 1234567
DL CVG BIL 1,298 5129 CR7 215 1234567
UA AUS IAD 1,293 7149 CR7 190 1234567
UA AUS IAD 1,293 7116 CR7 190 1234567
UA IAD AUS 1,293 7135 CR7 225 1234567
UA IAD AUS 1,293 7149 CR7 225 1234567
CO IAH PSP 1,266 2961 ERJ 211 1234567
CO IAH PSP 1,266 2790 ERJ 211 .....6.
CO IAH PSP 1,266 2790 ERJ 211 12345.7
CO PSP IAH 1,266 3250 ERJ 191 1234567
CO PSP IAH 1,266 2864 ERJ 191 .....6.
CO PSP IAH 1,266 2864 ERJ 175 12345.7
HP MEM PHX 1,260 6093 CR9 210 1234567
HP MEM PHX 1,260 6092 CR9 210 1234567
HP PHX MEM 1,260 6390 CR9 178 1234567
HP PHX MEM 1,260 6398 CR9 180 1234567
CO CLE SAT 1,238 3285 ERJ 206 123456.
CO CLE SAT 1,238 2380 ERJ 221 12345.7
CO SAT CLE 1,238 2877 ERJ 177 1..45..
CO SAT CLE 1,238 2877 ERJ 177 .....6.
CO SAT CLE 1,238 2877 ERJ 177 .23...7
CO SAT CLE 1,238 3286 ERJ 177 12345.7
HP DSM LAS 1,216 6420 CRJ 199 1234567
HP LAS DSM 1,216 6421 CRJ 160 1234567
CO EWR TUL 1,211 3291 ERJ 225 12345.7
CO TUL EWR 1,211 3290 ERJ 167 12345.7
DL DFW SNA 1,201 4910 CR7 205 1234567
DL DFW SNA 1,201 4931 CR7 204 1234567
DL SNA DFW 1,201 4930 CR7 201 123456.
DL SNA DFW 1,201 4930 CR7 201 ......7
DL SNA DFW 1,201 4910 CR7 176 1234567
CO IAH ORF 1,198 2860 ERJ 165 1234567
CO IAH ORF 1,198 3495 ERJ 165 .....6.
CO IAH ORF 1,198 3495 ERJ 162 12345.7
CO ORF IAH 1,198 3417 ERJ 216 1234567
CO ORF IAH 1,198 2246 ERJ 209 .....6.
CO ORF IAH 1,198 2246 ERJ 209 12345.7
CO CLE DEN 1,197 3320 ERJ 199 123456.
CO CLE DEN 1,197 3318 ERJ 200 1234567
CO DEN CLE 1,197 3321 ERJ 172 .....6.
CO DEN CLE 1,197 3321 ERJ 172 12345..
CO DEN CLE 1,197 3319 ERJ 170 1234567
UA ATL DEN 1,196 7105 CR7 215 1234567
UA ATL DEN 1,196 7107 CR7 215 1234567
UA DEN ATL 1,196 7106 CR7 170 1234567
UA DEN ATL 1,196 7108 CR7 170 1234567
CO IAH SLC 1,193 3304 ERJ 205 .....6.
CO IAH SLC 1,193 3304 ERJ 205 1..45.7
CO IAH SLC 1,193 2246 ERJ 205 12345.7
CO SLC IAH 1,193 2336 ERJ 180 .....6.
CO SLC IAH 1,193 3305 ERJ 187 12345.7
DL DCA DFW 1,189 4205 CR7 205 1234567
DL DCA DFW 1,189 4195 CR7 207 1234567
DL DCA DFW 1,189 4199 CR7 211 1234567
DL DFW DCA 1,189 4195 CR7 169 1234567
DL DFW DCA 1,189 4199 CR7 175 1234567
DL DFW DCA 1,189 4201 CR7 173 1234567
CO IAD IAH 1,188 2295 ERJ 213 .....6.
CO IAD IAH 1,188 2295 ERJ 213 12345..
CO IAD IAH 1,188 3229 ERJ 213 .....6.
CO IAD IAH 1,188 3229 ERJ 213 1.345.7
CO IAD IAH 1,188 3337 ERJ 213 .2...6.
CO IAD IAH 1,188 3337 ERJ 213 1.345.7
CO IAD IAH 1,188 2562 ERJ 213 .....6.
CO IAH IAD 1,188 3336 ERJ 187 1.34567
CO IAH IAD 1,188 2558 ERJ 187 .....6.
CO IAH IAD 1,188 3280 ERJ 187 .2....7
CO IAH IAD 1,188 3255 ERJ 187 1.345..
CO IAH IAD 1,188 3280 ERJ 187 .....6.
CO IAH IAD 1,188 3252 ERJ 187 12345.7
DL DFW ONT 1,186 4179 CR7 206 1234567
DL DFW ONT 1,186 4188 CR7 207 1234567
DL DFW ONT 1,186 4507 CR7 205 1234567
DL ONT DFW 1,186 4509 CR7 175 1234567
DL ONT DFW 1,186 4186 CR7 174 1234567
DL ONT DFW 1,186 4179 CR7 174 1234567
CO AUS CLE 1,174 2803 ERJ 168 1..45..
CO AUS CLE 1,174 2803 ERJ 168 ......7
CO AUS CLE 1,174 2805 ERJ 168 12345.7
NW JAX MSP 1,173 5741 CRJ 200 1234567
NW MSP JAX 1,173 5742 CRJ 195 1234567
CO CLE AUS 1,170 2620 ERJ 203 123456.
CO CLE AUS 1,170 2650 ERJ 203 ..345.7
CO IAH RIC 1,154 2764 ERJ 165 1234567
CO IAH RIC 1,154 3260 ERJ 165 12345.7
CO IAH RIC 1,154 2864 ERJ 167 12345.7
CO RIC IAH 1,154 3261 ERJ 198 12345..
CO RIC IAH 1,154 3499 ERJ 196 .....6.
CO RIC IAH 1,154 3499 ERJ 198 1.345.7
CO RIC IAH 1,154 2865 ERJ 205 .....6.
CO RIC IAH 1,154 2865 ERJ 198 12345.7
DL SLC STL 1,153 5646 CR7 160 1234567
DL SLC STL 1,153 5655 CR7 160 1234567
DL STL SLC 1,153 5641 CR7 205 1234567
DL STL SLC 1,153 5649 CR7 205 1234567
HP DSM PHX 1,147 6152 CRJ 194 .....6.
HP DSM PHX 1,147 6104 CRJ 194 12345.7
HP DSM PHX 1,147 6021 CRJ 187 1234567
HP PHX DSM 1,147 6424 CRJ 155 1234567
HP PHX DSM 1,147 6426 CRJ 158 1234567
AA LGA XNA 1,144 4876 ER3 210 12345..
AA LGA XNA 1,144 4861 ER3 215 12345..
AA LGA XNA 1,144 4887 ER3 220 1234...
AA XNA LGA 1,144 4838 ER3 185 12345..
AA XNA LGA 1,144 4880 ER3 180 1234...
AA XNA LGA 1,144 4875 ER3 155 1234..7
CO EWR OMA 1,130 2106 ERJ 193 12345.7
CO EWR OMA 1,130 2199 ERJ 201 .....6.
CO EWR OMA 1,130 2199 ERJ 201 12345.7
CO EWR XNA 1,130 2601 ERJ 203 12345..
CO EWR XNA 1,130 2701 ERJ 203 12345.7
CO OMA EWR 1,130 3488 ERJ 165 123456.
CO OMA EWR 1,130 3488 ERJ 165 ......7
CO OMA EWR 1,130 2198 ERJ 165 12345.7
CO XNA EWR 1,130 2878 ERJ 170 12345..
CO XNA EWR 1,130 2574 ERJ 170 12345.7
CO IAH PIT 1,115 2658 ERJ 165 12345..
CO IAH PIT 1,115 2358 ERJ 165 1.345.7
CO IAH PIT 1,115 2658 ERJ 165 .....6.
CO IAH PIT 1,115 2681 ERJ 165 .....6.
CO IAH PIT 1,115 2681 ERJ 165 12345.7
CO PIT IAH 1,115 3258 ERJ 196 .....6.
CO PIT IAH 1,115 3258 ERJ 196 12345..
CO PIT IAH 1,115 2553 ERJ 196 .....6.
CO PIT IAH 1,115 2659 ERJ 196 1..4567
CO PIT IAH 1,115 2429 ERJ 196 12345.7
HP PHX SEA 1,106 6345 CR9 167 1234567
HP SEA PHX 1,106 6435 CR9 160 1234567
NW MSP SAV 1,092 5994 CRJ 165 .....6.
NW SAV MSP 1,092 5995 CRJ 185 .....6.
CO EWR MCI 1,089 2853 ERJ 199 123456.
CO EWR MCI 1,089 2484 ERJ 199 1.345.7
CO EWR MCI 1,089 2484 ERJ 193 .....6.
CO EWR MCI 1,089 2669 ERJ 199 12345.7
CO MCI EWR 1,089 2110 ERJ 157 123456.
CO MCI EWR 1,089 2047 ERJ 157 1.34567
CO MCI EWR 1,089 3460 ERJ 157 12345.7
NW MHT MSP 1,088 5602 CRJ 185 1234567
NW MSP MHT 1,088 5673 CRJ 170 1234567
NW CHS MSP 1,087 5998 CRJ 185 .....6.
NW MSP CHS 1,086 5996 CRJ 160 .....6.
UA BHM DEN 1,085 6629 CR7 170 1234567
UA BHM DEN 1,085 6627 CR7 170 1234567
NW MYR MSP 1,085 5999 CRJ 185 .....6.
HP AUS LAS 1,084 6222 CR9 184 1234567
HP LAS AUS 1,084 6223 CR9 155 1234567
NW MSP MYR 1,084 5997 CRJ 175 .....6.
CO CLE MIA 1,082 3246 ERJ 174 .....6.
CO CLE MIA 1,082 3246 ERJ 174 1..45.7
CO MIA CLE 1,082 3298 ERJ 175 1..45.7
CO MIA CLE 1,082 3298 ERJ 175 .....6.
UA DEN BHM 1,080 6628 CR7 155 1234567
UA DEN BHM 1,080 6630 CR7 155 1234567
DL COS CVG 1,075 5742 CR7 155 1234567
DL COS CVG 1,075 5743 CR7 156 1234567
DL CVG COS 1,075 5742 CR7 190 1234567
DL CVG COS 1,075 5363 CR7 185 1234567
HP LAS SAT 1,067 6169 CR9 159 1234567
HP SAT LAS 1,067 6179 CR9 172 1234567
DL DFW RDU 1,058 4733 CRJ 157 12345..
DL DFW RDU 1,058 4786 CRJ 170 1234567
DL DFW RDU 1,058 4579 CRJ 161 12345.7
DL RDU DFW 1,058 4766 CRJ 194 123456.
DL RDU DFW 1,058 4734 CRJ 196 12345..
DL RDU DFW 1,058 4786 CRJ 195 1234567
HP DFW LAS 1,053 6248 CR9 171 1234567
HP LAS DFW 1,053 6249 CR9 215 1234567
DL DFW MYR 1,048 5616 CRJ 153 .....67
NW MSP PNS 1,046 5628 CRJ 170 1234567
NW MSP PNS 1,046 5686 CRJ 170 1234567
NW PNS MSP 1,046 3797 CRJ 185 1234567
NW PNS MSP 1,046 5673 CRJ 170 1234567
DL MYR DFW 1,045 5616 CRJ 173 .....67
AA BOS STL 1,043 5777 ERD 205 1234567
AA BOS STL 1,043 5779 ERD 200 12345.7
AA BOS STL 1,043 5865 ERD 199 1234567
AA STL BOS 1,043 5836 ERD 153 12345.7
AA STL BOS 1,043 5864 ERD 155 1234567
AA STL BOS 1,043 5838 ERD 160 .....6.
AA STL BOS 1,043 5838 ERD 160 12345.7
CO GRR IAH 1,042 2961 ERJ 169 .....6.
CO GRR IAH 1,042 2961 ERJ 169 12345..
CO GRR IAH 1,042 2925 ERJ 169 ......7
CO GRR IAH 1,042 3222 ERJ 169 12345.7
CO IAH GRR 1,042 3221 ERJ 167 1234567
CO IAH GRR 1,042 2856 ERJ 167 12345.7
NW MSP ORF 1,041 5631 CRJ 175 1234567
NW MSP ORF 1,041 5634 CRJ 180 1234567
NW ORF MSP 1,041 5638 CRJ 195 1234567
NW ORF MSP 1,041 5683 CRJ 165 1234567
CO IAH RDU 1,040 2183 ERJ 166 123456.
CO IAH RDU 1,040 2880 ERJ 166 1.34567
CO IAH RDU 1,040 2734 ERJ 166 .....6.
CO IAH RDU 1,040 3498 ERJ 166 12345.7
CO IAH RDU 1,040 3498 ERJ 166 .....6.
CO RDU IAH 1,040 2765 ERJ 181 .....6.
CO RDU IAH 1,040 2765 ERJ 181 1.345.7
CO RDU IAH 1,040 2192 ERJ 181 123456.
CO RDU IAH 1,040 2881 ERJ 181 1234567
CO RDU IAH 1,040 2622 ERJ 181 .....6.
NW AUS MSP 1,036 5773 CRJ 165 1234567
NW MSP AUS 1,036 5772 CRJ 160 1234567
HP OMA PHX 1,034 6521 CR9 176 1234567
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dsuairptman
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 2:26 am

Just pure evedience that the RJ concept is abused to death!

Who in their right mind would want to fly for 3+ hrs. in the cramped confines of a plane not meant to hold someone over 45 minutes?

Get w/ the program airlines and keep RJs on the short routes or put lager seats and pitch in!
GEAUX SAINTS!
 
ssides
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A.?

Wed Jan 21, 2004 2:51 am

Dsuairptman --

If you don't like the RJs, then don't fly them. Connect on a larger jet if you want, but let us that prefer non-stops to keep flying on the smaller planes. I'd much rather do that than connect at a huge hub.
"Lose" is not spelled with two o's!!!!
 
jcs17
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RE: Austin-San Francisco: Longest RJ Flight In N.A

Wed Jan 21, 2004 5:25 am

Jcs17...Weirdo Shuttle or Purple Hair Shuttle...I don't follow? WHat do you mean?

Both Austin and San Francisco have their share of "interesting" people. Oops, and it was supposed to be called "The Purple Hair Express"
America's chickens are coming home to rooooost!