|Quoting StarGoldLHR (Reply 5):|
I reckon it'll be a codeshare
|Quoting Pawsleykat (Reply 7):|
Can the A346 fly from Glasgow, is there a long enough runway??
|Quoting Leezyjet (Reply 8):|
If a 747 can operate from GLA, an A346 sure can based on runway length. The problem that the A346 has is the turning circle as it is so long and the body gear does not steer so it cannot make turns as tight as the 744 can so tends to be restricted more by taxiways than runways.
|Quoting Comet4b (Reply 16):|
Yes GLA can take 747s .Nationair used to fly in there and Air Canada have also run 747 in also.But I must say that 747s are a very rare site at GLA.
|Quoting JAT74L (Reply 15):|
I'm happy that VS are offering a token gesture by stopping off with the MAN - MCO
|Quoting Ozvirginuk (Reply 18):|
The flight is a tag-on to the existing MAN-MCO service
|Quoting BA787 (Reply 20):|
Thye flight is definitely a continuation from MAN and it is going to be a 744 that operates the flight according to Airliner World. I might be wrong but I'm sure the flight is from GLA-MCO via MAN and vice-versa. It said it was just simply a contination of an existing flight from MAN?
|Quoting GLAGAZ (Reply 21):|
I'm 90% certain the flight positions in from MAN, NOT carrying pax, then operates GLA-MCO-GLA before positioning back to MAN.