|Quoting 6thfreedom (Thread starter):|
Also, any examples of airlines really cutting it fine eg 2255 departures with an 2300 curfew??
|Quoting Jacobin777 (Reply 7):|
live in toronto, expect cold winters
|Quoting MissedApproach (Reply 8):|
Toronto doesn't get cold winters. Edmonton, Pembroke & Quebec City get cold winters! I suppose it's all relative though.
6thfreedom Thread starter
As most know, SYD has a curfew 2300-0600, although some services are allowed in between 0500-0600 for the summer schedule (1 x BA, 1 x QF and 1 x SQ).
|Quoting Tbanger (Reply 10):|
Just adding to this. The aircraft landing after 5.00am is only accepted if a landing can be made on Rwy34L. If a stiff southerly is blowing, then the flight holds @ Bindook until ATC clear it in.
|Quoting Bill142 (Reply 3):|
Simple solution for SYD - High Speed Train and CBR.
|Quoting VirginFlyer (Reply 14):|
With any luck, as engines get quieter, aircraft noise issues will become more of a non-event - especially if Boeing delivers on its promise of the 787 only causing a high noise level within the average airport boundary, but I wouldn't be holding my breath for this moment...