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apuneger
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BA096 YYZ-LHR July 31st 2006: Which RWY @ YYZ?

Thu Aug 24, 2006 6:37 am

Hi everybody,

As many others over here I try to keep track of all my flights and put as much info as possible in a nice little Excel spreadsheet. For my flight YYZ-LHR I'm having some problems with identifying the correct departure RWY. It must have been either 33L or 33R. I think it was 33R but I'm not 100% sure since I'm not familiar with the airport and it was already night by then. Maybe somebody over here has access to this information?

Thank you very much in advance,
Ivan
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RE: BA096 YYZ-LHR July 31st 2006: Which RWY @ YYZ?

Thu Aug 24, 2006 10:31 am

do you remember anything out the window as you rolled? if you were u on the left or right? its hard to know unless we are nav canada here. let me know if you remember
 
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RE: BA096 YYZ-LHR July 31st 2006: Which RWY @ YYZ?

Thu Aug 24, 2006 11:14 am

Ivan.

BAW 096 departed on 33R on July 31st.

Cheers.
 
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RE: BA096 YYZ-LHR July 31st 2006: Which RWY @ YYZ?

Fri Aug 25, 2006 6:39 am

Quoting RicardoFG (Reply 1):
do you remember anything out the window as you rolled? if you were u on the left or right? its hard to know unless we are nav canada here. let me know if you remember

Hi RicardoFG,

I was sitting on the right side, and tried to remember as much as possible, but did not get to see that many TWY & RWY signs, and the ones I did see, I already forgot. But I know that it must have been 33L or R because of theheading on the airshow program and the view of some aircraft etc after takeoff. Thanks for your help.

Quoting RDPS (Reply 2):
BAW 096 departed on 33R on July 31st.

Hi RDPS,

Thanks very much for your help. Gotta love our aviation enthusiast community!

Best regards,
Ivan
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