|Quoting StarAC17 (Reply 8):|
Well the metal operating AC 33/34 has always as long as I can remember originates and ends in YYZ even when there was a fuel stop in HNL.
Has a non-stop YYZ
route ever been talked about, perhaps to supplement a single YVR
frequency in the high season? The Great Circle distance of that route is about 8400nm, whereas the published range of the -200LR, is around 8850nm. That makes it sound like it could do the flight without significant restrictions... Of course, the bigger question would be economic viability of such a long flight (and demand from YYZ
in the first place).
Such a flight would be a bit over 100nm longer than Singapore's former SIN