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CGH Aircraft Restrictions Question

Mon May 16, 2005 2:12 am

How is CGH restricted to smaller planes?

Is it by weight, by capacity of the aircraft, or both?

Thanks in advance,
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RE: CGH Aircraft Restrictions Question

Sat May 21, 2005 11:29 am

The information I know is that the only restriction is about speed.

Smaller jets can operate but non jets are restricted to the ones
which transports at least 35 passengers.

The main problem is the row for landing (a non jet will delay Boeings, Airbus, Embraer jets and others to wait so long for its landing) but for take off
prop aircraft need a different route or the others must wait more.

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