Back in the days of Concorde, it was easy to arrive at your destination way before you left, local time, if you went westbound. Today, crossing the date line eastbound will obviously make you arrive before you left, but I'm asking about westbound flights (chasing the sun) where this happens. Obviously subsonic planes can't fly faster than the earth's rotation, but some flights that fly very northerly or southerly routes, or have their origin and destination close to time zone boundaries, could do the same. For example Paris-London or Amsterdam-London flights usually arrive before they leave, but in the schedule they are longer than 1h because of schedule padding.
Here's the closest thing I could find: AF5238, ANR-LCY, 1735-1735
Are there any flights scheduled at less flying time than the time difference?
Edit: I found one! BA879, LED 18:05, LHR 17:40
Who can find others?
[Edited 2012-11-26 13:17:04]
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