|Quoting Monorail (Thread starter):|
So how did they work things? The best I could speculate was that they just used 25R for takeoffs and banked them left after takeoff. How big was the no fly zone around BOB?
They didn't change anything AFAIK. I flew EWR
the evening of game 7. When we were on final, the pilot came on and announced that those on the left side would have a spectacular view of the World Series underway. Unfortunately I was on the right, but pretty much everyone strained in their seatbelts to get a look. So they were landing to the east and there were no diversions around the stadium.
Unrelated to your specific question, the plane was electric with excitement that night since we were going between the land of the Yankees and the home of the Dbacks. When we got off the plane, the CSR standing at the podium with connecting gate information just kept repeating "0-0, top of the second." That was great.