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A319LR: Mtow And Runway Length

Sat Aug 07, 2004 6:57 pm


If an A319LR were to be operated at MTOW, say from an airport such as Teteboro in NY (7,000ft/2180m runway), could it be done?

I.e. a Europe-Teteboro service, year round, using a A319LR?
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RE: A319LR: Mtow And Runway Length

Sat Mar 05, 2005 1:14 pm

I don't know the 319-LR ETOPS certification. With 180' ETOPS it's possible flying North Atlantic, but 2180m in runway maybe is a bit short. Sincerely, I do not Know the right answer. But your question it's a very interesting question indeed- It's very sad no-one have (or it seem) answer.
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