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AC E190 Routes

Mon Sep 17, 2007 5:38 am

Hello all,

I am in the process of puttung together a Star Alliance RTW ticket and would like to try AC's E190 on a longer flight, ie not just YYZ-YUL.

Any information will be appreciated!


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RE: AC E190 Routes

Mon Sep 17, 2007 5:58 am

YYZ-SEA (1790 nm) must be one of the longest AC E190 routes. It's now an A319 but changes to E190 with the winter schedule starting October 28. Block time 5 hrs. 22 min. westbound, 4 hrs. 32 min. eastbound.
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RE: AC E190 Routes

Mon Sep 17, 2007 6:01 am

Is FLL long enough? I believe that is served by a E190 correct me if I'm wrong.

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RE: AC E190 Routes

Mon Sep 17, 2007 6:57 am

The Los Angeles-Calgary and San Francisco-Calgary routes are E-90. So are Edmonton-Ottawa and Edmonton-Montreal and there are E-90s on the YVR-Edmonton route that would connect with those flights. Kelowna-Toronto is a weekend route with an E-90. Phoenix-Toronto is an E-90, at least through November. So is Fort McMurray-Toronto and most Calgary-Montreal flights. You see a lot of E-90 on flights from Toronto-Montreal-Ottawa to St. John's and Halifax. Calgary-JFK is E-90. The E-90 makes an appearance on a lot of other routes, even Calgary-Toronto, but in those situations it may be more likely to be swapped out for an Airbus narrowbody in the event of a mechanical.

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RE: AC E190 Routes

Mon Sep 17, 2007 8:27 am

YYZ-TPA is currently E-90 (even E-75 on occasions!) untill the winter schedule is introduced in November. That is 1097 miles.
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